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Documentary Photography Archive: PHOTOGRAPHS RELATED TO THE HUNTER FAMILY


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Reference D73
Covering dates 1914-1961
Held by Greater Manchester County Record Office
Extent 31 PHOTOGRAPHS; 5 GLASS NEGATIVES


No further details   Henry Hunter in 1914 when he joined the Cheshire Regiment. He got a stripe soon after joining because he was in the Territorials.  D73/1  1914
No further details   Henry Hunter with other Army swimmers at Aberystwyth. Henry is the man in front of the standing male at the back. Henry's arms are folded and another lad has an arm around his shoulder. Bottom right: W. Jenkins. Aberystwyth.  D73/2  No Date
No further details   Henry Hunter in the Army at Aberystwyth. Henry is seated on the left.  D73/3  No Date
No further details   Henry Hunter in the Army at Aberystwyth, seated on the right. Writing on the wall reads: 3/6 Ches. Regt. B. COY ?  D73/4  No Date

Folder icon  Officers and N.C.Os at Aberystwyth. Henry Hunter is seated in the front second right, his back against the outstretched legs of a fellow soldier. Bottom left: W. Jenkins, Arcade, Aberyswyth. Right: 3892.  D73/5  No Date

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No further details   Henry Hunter as a corporal with a wound stripe and physical training emblem, in 1918. He got wounded at the Somme. Printed on reverse: Photo by Allen Nield's Successors, 68 Wellington Rd. South, Stockport. 3862.  D73/6  1918
No further details   The donor, Madge Hunter, born November 1925 in the garden of 404 Hempshaw Lane, Offerton, Stockport.  D73/7  1925
No further details   Henry Hunter, his wife Jessie, daughter Madge (right) and sister Madge (born 1918) at Colwyn Bay in 1932. Printed on reverse: Cine Snaps, Sea View Road, Colwyn Bay. And at A.E. Vollam & Son, Gloddaeth Street, Llandudno. There were originally 4 prints on the sheet.  D73/8  1932
No further details   Hazel Grove Council School in c.1931. Back row, left to right: Elsie Arnold, Lily Greenhough, Lucy Horan, Doris Broadbent, Kathleen Gray. Middle row, left to right: Madge Hunter (donor) Lily Bennett, Eileen and Marjorie Bardsley, Ann Singleton, Mary Weld. Front row, left to right: Freda Banister, Marjorie Milward, Edith Bolton, Gladys Mabe, Betty Dawson, Evelyn Eccles. (Copy of original print).  D73/9  c1931
No further details   Hazel Grove Council School. Girls Class 3. 1937. Back row, left to right: Hilda Dyson, Alice Hawley, ?, Hilda Hadfield, Madge Hunter, Kathleen Clarke, Evelyn Eccles, Mary Harrison, Irene Eccles. 2nd row, left to right: Phyllis Corbett, ?, Betty Dawson, Gladys Charles, Gladys Hair, Mary Wild, Dorothy Hulme, Marjorie Millward, Kathleen Rowbotham. 3rd row, left to right: Freda Warburton, Olive Stone, Gladys Mabe, Mavis Brockley, Agnes Harrison, Freda Bannister, Brenda Hurst, Beryl Braybrook, Brenda Cotrill, Irene Harris. Front row, left to right: Lois Pass, Sheila Slater, Visula Darlington, Ivy Platt, Betty Johnson. (Copy of an original print).  D73/10  1937
No further details   In manuscript on reverse: St. Albans Young Mens Social Club. Football Team. 1920 to 1921. Henry Hunter is in the second row from the front, last footballer on right. (St. Albans was in Offerton, Stockport).  D73/11  1920-1921
No further details   Possibly the St. Albans Young Mens Social Club Football Team. Stamped on reverse: Hughes, Photographer, Hall St., Stockport. (Remainder illegible). Henry Hunter is on the far right of the second row from the front.  D73/12  No Date
No further details   Augusta Hunter (right), sister of Henry Hunter and her friend Agnes Low. Augusta and Agnes went cycling together. On reverse in manuscript: Dear Gussie. Just for Old Times Sake. Wishing you a Merry Xmas & a Happy New Year. Love Agnes.  D73/13  No Date
No further details   Jessie Tomlinson, later Hunter. She was a fancy machinist at Preston's Clothing works. Printed on reverse: Photo by Allen Nield's Successors, 68 Wellington Rd. South, Stockport.  D73/14  No Date
No further details   Henry Hunter (b.1897) donor's father. He did a variety of unskilled jobs including work at Battersby's hat works and keeping a fish cart.  D73/15  1897
No further details   Madge Hunter when she received her award for 50th Blood Donation. She received a scarf and a badge.  D73/16  No Date
No further details   The Hunter family on a camping holiday at Morfa Conway in 1947.  D73/17  1947
No further details   Passport photograph of Henry Hunter.  D73/18  No Date
No further details   The Hunter family on holiday in London in c.1929. Agnes Low went to live in London.  D73/19  c1929
No further details   Details as D73/19.  D73/20  [n.d.]
No further details   Donor with parents and relatives in c.1927.  D73/21  c1927
No further details   Donor with parents and relatives in c.1927.  D73/22  c1927
No further details   Augusta Hunter (born 1899), sister of Henry. She did not marry and worked at an off-licence.  D73/23  1899
No further details   Harry, Jessie and Madge Hunter with Agnes Low's baby in the pram, c.1929.  D73/24  c1929
No further details   The Hunter family on holiday at Aberystwyth.  D73/25  No Date
No further details   Left to right: Charlie Bleasby, ?, Henry Hunter and Charlie Bleasby's father-in-law in the garden of Charlie's house in Cashmere Road, Edgeley, Stockport.  D73/26  No Date
No further details   Edith, nee Hunter (sister of Henry) with her grandson. Edith married Ivan Henshall and they emigrated to America. On reverse in manuscript: My Seventh Heaven with my cuddle bunny.  D73/27  No Date
No further details   Works outing from Spicers Ltd. Paper Sales, in c.1950. The donor (front row, second left), worked there as a secretary six weeks short of 18 years. Stamped on reverse: A.M. Crown Copyright Reserved. This print is mounted in a paper folder. Printed on front of folder: Souvenir Photograph of A Happy Day at Cwrych Castle, Abergele, N. Wales.  D73/28  c1950
No further details   St. Johns Ambulance on parade in the boys yard of Hazel Grove Council School.  D73/29  No Date
No further details   Christmas Party in 1961 at Mirlees, Bickerton & Day Ltd., where the donor (bottom left) worked for 25 years.  D73/30  1961
No further details   Print from glass negative D73/2/5.  D73/31  No Date

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