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Reference CCA-U467
Former reference CCA-U467
Covering dates 1558-2000
Held by Canterbury Cathedral Archives
Extent 100 boxes
Archival history The material was given to and bought by Whitstable Museum in several different batches through the 1990s. The museum accession number for each document is listed at file level.
Source of acquisition Deposited by Whitstable Museum, 2004
Creators Harvey, Wallace, b 1906, of Whitstable, local historian
Arrangement Because of the vast range of different subjects in the Wallace Harvey collection it has not been possible to discern his filing system or replicate it in the catalogue. The original order of the documents has been disturbed on a number of occasions and been boxed and packaged by several people other than Wallace Harvey. He also suffered a burglary at his home where all the files were strewn all over the floor. As a result some files appear to have no logical cohesion. Before the burglary all the material had been arranged carefully into files and stored in order on shelves.
On arrival in the archive therefore the collection was resorted into 24 subject based categories as follows:
A) Topography;
B) Parish;
C) Non-conformist Churches;
D) Local Businesses;
E) Industry;
F) Local Services;
G) Whitstable Museum;
H) Schools;
J) Special Events;
K) Local Organisations;
L) Local Families;
M) Transcripts;
N) Whitstable Urban District Council;
O) Local Government;
P) Manorial;
Q) Newspapers;
R) Shipping;
S) Writers, Music and Art;
T) Canterbury;
U) Herne Bay;
V) Kent;
W) Out County;
X) General History;
Y) General Printed;
Related information Other catalogues relating to Whitstable or of administrative bodies surrounding Whitstable include:
Whitstable Urban District Council. Ref CCA-UD-WT;
Bridge-Blean Rural District Council. Ref CCA-RD-BB;
Herne Bay Urban District Council. Ref CCA-UD-HB;
Blean Poor Law Union. Ref CKS-G/BL;
Whitstable cum Seasalter Parish Council. CCA-PC20;
Whitstable ecclesiastical parishes - Whitstable All Saints CCA-U3/131, Seasalter St Alphege CCA-U3/137 and Whitstable St Alphege CCA-U3/290.

Administrative history:
Wallace Harvey was a local historian and antiquarian who researched and developed a huge personal knowledge of the history of Whitstable in Kent. He collected together a huge amount of primary and secondary material which he amassed as an archive at his home in Whitstable. He was also a prolific writer and lecturer and regularly gave talks to local organisations and interest groups on many different angles of Whitstable history. He used the material he had gathered together in his home as a basis for his talks and books. He was also actively involved in the local community for most of his life and sat on the committees of over 20 local organisations as well as serving as a local councillor and chairman of Whitstable Urban District Council. His personal interests were wide ranging and covered sports, civic duty, charity work, historical records, all Whitstable history, shipping, religion, singing, horticulture and photography. The following list shows the organisations, many of which were voluntary, that he was known to have been involved with or had founded.
Whitstable Urban District Councillor 1953 to 1974;
Whitstable Urban District Vice-chairman 1970;
Chairman of the Whitstable Urban District Council 1971 to 1974. Justice of the peace;
Chairman of the Whitstable Non Ecclesiastical Charities;
Chairman of the Wynn Ellis Almshouses Trust;
Serving brother with Whitstable St. John Ambulance. President from 1955 for 40 years;
Founder member of the Whitstable Historical Society in 1947. Chairman at 1964 to 1982 and President 1982; Herne Bay Record Society 1959;
Member of Kent archaeological Society from 1948;
President of Whitstable and District Horticultural Society 1964;
Life member of the Association of the Men of Kent in Kentish Men;
President of the Whitstable Museum Trustees;
Steward of the Manor of Whitstable, from 1948 until his death;
Founder member of Whitstable Choral Society 1929;
President of Whitstable and District Horticultural Society 1964;
Whitstable and District Photographic Club 1963;
Founder member of the Swalecliffe Friendship Club and past President;
Life member of Whitstable Football Club. Vice President 1947, President 1953;
President of Canterbury and District Football League, 1968;
Member of Whitstable Bowling Club 1955;
Whitstable Excel Bowling Club 1963;
Whitstable Roller Hockey Club 1956;
Member of the Methodist church choir 1926 -1968;
Church of England lay reader 1968 -1971, licensed for life 1971;
Whitstable Urban District Ratepayers and Residents Association 1947;
Founder member of the Whitstable Rotary Club;
Member of the Whitstable Society 1975;
The Royal National Homing Union 1964;
The Whitstable Men's Fellowship 1938;
The Dickens Fellowship 1933;
Ancient Order of Foresters 1962;
Records and memorabilia of many of these organisations feature in this collection in the section called 'Local Organisations'. In many cases Wallace Harvey seems to have regarded himself as the custodian of the records of the societies with which he had been involved. In some cases he retained the records when he finished his term of office although it is unknown whether this was by prior agreement of the organisations. As a result official working documents of some local Whitstable organisations feature in this collection. This is most apparent for the Whitstable Charities and the Whitstable non Ecclesiastical Charities as well as for certain parish records relating to the parishes of St Alphege and All Saints.
Biographical details:
Wallace Harvey was born in 1906 at number 8 Argyle Road in Whitstable. He recalled spending much of his childhood at Reeves Beach listening to the stories and reminiscences of the mariners there and having the tales of the history of Whitstable and its shipping trade impressed into his mind. He was educated at the Board School from the age of four and then went the Endowed School at the age of six, which was run by the Whitstable Non Ecclesiastical Charities. In 1917 his family moved to a farm at Paramour Street in Ash. It was here that Wallace Harvey joined the Congregational Church and started singing in the choir. He also became involved with the St. John Ambulance Brigade at a similar time. In 1927 the family returned to Whitstable after the death of Wallace's father. He started working for his grandfather Wallace Camburn who was a builder and undertaker. Later on he took over the undertaking side of the business and bought the business from his uncles in 1945. After his retirement he had more time to turn his research into the numerous publications listed here:
'Whitstable and the French Prisoners of War', 1971;
'Thomas Clark of Canterbury 1775 -1859', 1983;
'The Seasalter Company: A Smuggling Fraternity 1750 - 1854', 1983;
'Seasalter and the Mystery of Robinson Crusoe', 1989;
'The Merchant Ships of Whitstable', 1993;
He was awarded an honorary degree of Master of Arts from the University of Kent at Canterbury in 1995 on the basis of his contribution to the study of Whitstable.
Whitstable:
The subject of this catalogue, Whitstable, used to comprise the three manorial centres of Swalecliffe, Seasalter and Northwood. The lands called Northwood comprised the area lying to the north of Blean Forest. The core of the modern town was called the Borough of Harwich. The name Whitstable comes from the name of the manorial hundred which stretched from the coast inland to Blean. The name of the manor increasingly took on the name of the hundred and subsequently became known as the Manor of Whitstable.
The town as we know it today grew from a small fishing settlement located roughly around modern day Harbour Street. Wallace Harvey's own research has found merchant ships both built in and trading from Whitstable from 1662 onwards. The industries which grew from this included ship building, global merchant trading, passenger sailings, fishing, oyster fishing, agriculture, copperas, diving, boat repair and salvage, smuggling and leisure. The first advertisement for bathing machines for visitors appeared in 1768. By 1840 Whitstable was still a village. Its centre was Harbour Street, which passed through the boundaries of the two parishes of Whitstable and Seasalter. Seasalter church was 2 miles away on Seasalter Marshes while All Saints was in the hamlet of Church Street.
More rapid development occurred in the 19th century. The first ever public railway was built in 1830 to link Whitstable and Canterbury, a proper harbour was constructed in 1832, a new town centre church was built in 1845 and after a Board of Health Report in 1849 which condemned the sanitary conditions of the town new public health measures and schools were introduced to serve the rapidly growing population.
The population growth was fuelled by the continuing success of local businesses. One example was the Oyster Stores which were built at the Horsebridge in 1883 as the headquarters of the successful Whitstable Oyster Company which had managed to send 60 million oysters to London in one year.
Whitstable has many strands to its survival and while, in the 20th century, some industries such as the oyster industry have declined others such as tourism and leisure have grown. Through this Whitstable has been transformed from a small fishing village to the cosmopolitan town that it is today with its new bars, famous residents, art galleries, specialist food shops, desirable properties and well developed sports and leisure facilities.
Many details about Whitstable and Wallace Harvey in this catalogue have been taken from Goodsall, Robert H. 'Whitstable, Seasalter and Swalecliffe: A History of Three Kent Parishes' (Canterbury, 1938), and 'Whitstable Remembered: A tribute to Wallace Harvey MA' by the Friends of Whitstable Museum (The Whitstable History Series: Number One)

Contents:
The Wallace Harvey collection comprises the research notes, local interest memorabilia, administrative documents of local organisations and writings of the local Whitstable historian Wallace Harvey. The collection, in some ways, is an immensely personal one as it reflects the personality, life history and fascinations of one man as well as being a valuable resource for the history of the Whitstable area. Not only does the collection contain research notes on subjects he had a particular interest in but it also contains the records and memorabilia of many of the organisations with which he had been involved with during his life.
The subject content of this collection therefore is huge and covers many many different aspects of Whitstable's history. Examples of the subjects covered include local trades and industries, local organisations, churches both Anglican and nonconformist, local services, significant historic events in Whitstable, local lands and properties, businesses, and the Whitstable Urban District Council. In addition to the Whitstable material there are several sections relating to Herne Bay, Canterbury, Kent, the rest of England and even abroad. These subjects are covered in a wide variety of documents which include published guides and histories, maps and plans, photographs, deeds, administrative documents, speeches, writings and research notes.
'The Whitstable area' comprises Whitstable, Tankerton, Seasalter, Swalecliffe and Chestfield.



Local Government  CCA-U467/O  1779-1976

Contents:
Items produced by local government bodies, by national government on a local government theme or general information about local government bodies. Excludes all Whitstable Urban District Council material but includes fore-runner bodies to the WUDC such as health boards and the Commissioners of Sewers. This section does not contain any official records of these bodies.

Commissioners of Sewers  CCA-U467/O/1  [n.d.]


Related information: The official records are held at the Centre for Kentish Studies in Maidstone.

Administrative history:
The Commissioners of Sewers were responsible for land drainage. In Whitstable and Seasalter they managed the local marshes to protect low lying lands from the encroachment of the sea. Their duties continued until 1930 when they were taken over by the Internal Drainage Boards.

'Plan for the New Insett Sea Wall at Whitstable' 1799  CCA-U467/O/1/1  [20th century]

1 plan

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Hand drawn plan 'Taken from the East Kent Sewer Records'

Notice of tax assessment by the Commissioners of Sewers, for Seasalter  CCA-U467/O/1/2  12 Jun 1843

1 doc

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Stuck onto card

'Plan of the Several Frontages Upon Whitstable Wall as Belonging to the Commissioners of Sewers...1849'  CCA-U467/O/1/3  [20th century]

1 plan

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Hand drawn

'Plan of the Several Frontages Upon Whitstable Wall as Belonging to the Commissioners of Sewers...1849'  CCA-U467/O/1/4  [20th century]

1 plan

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Hand drawn. Colour washed. Scale 50 feet: 1 inch

'Plan of the Several Frontages Upon Whitstable Wall as Belonging to the Commissioners of Sewers'  CCA-U467/O/1/5  [20th century]

2 docs

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A1 size photograph. With hand drawn A3 size plan attached.

'Plan of the General Vallies in the County of Kent'  CCA-U467/O/1/6  [1825]

1 plan

Very large

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Surveyed by order of the Commissioners of Sewers by J.Gouge, 1823-5. Composite plan

Health Board  CCA-U467/O/2  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Local Boards of Health were set up by the Public Health Act in 1848 and were mainly responsible for public health issues such as water and sanitation. They were taken over by urban district councils in the local government reorganisation of 1894. The General Board of Health carried out a report into the state of Whitstable in 1849. Appalling insanitary conditions were found which started a series of slow improvements to Whitstable through the rest of the 19th century.

Maps of the 'Reports of Superintending Inspectors of the General Board of Health' relating to the 'Boundaries of the Proposed New Districts' 1849  CCA-U467/O/2/1  [20th century]

2 maps

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Scale 4 inches: 1 mile. One annotated with local place names; one stuck onto green card.

Report to the General Board of Health  CCA-U467/O/2/2  1849

1 volume

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'---on a Preliminary Enquiry into the Sewerage, Drainage, and Supply of Water, and the Sanitary Condition of the Inhabitants of the Town of Whitstable'. By Thomas Webster Rammell. The report includes a plan of those catalogued as U467/O/1/1-5. Relates to the Public Health Act (11 & 12 Vict. Cap.63). Annotated on the front cover: 'W. C. Harvey' and 'Copy received from A. Revell 1969'.

Report to the General Board of Health  CCA-U467/O/2/3  1850

1 volume

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'--on a Further Enquiry held in the Town and Parish of Whitstable... Consequent upon the Proposed Alteration of Boundaries for the Purposes of the Public Health Act'. By Thomas Webster Rammell. Relates to the Public Health Act (11 & 12 Vict. Cap.63). Annotated on the front cover: 'W. C. Harvey'

'Map of 1849 from T. W. Rammell's Report to the General Board of Health on a Preliminary Enquiry into the Sewerage, Drainage, and Supply of Water, and the Sanitary Condition of the Inhabitants of the Town of Whitstable'  CCA-U467/O/2/4  [20th century]

1 map

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A3 size photocopy

Blean Rural District Council and Blean Union  CCA-U467/O/3  [n.d.]


Related information: For the official records of Blean Poor Law Union see CKS-G/BL. These records are held at the Centre for Kentish Studies in Maidstone. For the official records of Blean Rural District Council see CCA-RD-BL.

Administrative history:
Blean Union dealt with poor relief while Blean Rural District Council was formed in 1894 from the Blean Rural Sanitary District. Its main responsibilities were public health and highways.

Notice from the Blean Union Guardians regarding Registration Districts pursuant to 'An Act for Registering Births, Deaths and Marriages in England'  CCA-U467/O/3/1  28 Dec 1843

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Act dated 6th & 7th William IV. Cap. 86

Newspaper cutting reporting on Blean Rural District Council's fortnightly meeting  CCA-U467/O/3/2  6 May 1933

1 doc

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Taken from the Whitstable Times and [ ]

Bridge Rural District Council  CCA-U467/O/4  [n.d.]


Related information: For the official records of Bridge RDC see CCA-RD-BR.

Administrative history:
Bridge RDC was set up in 1894 as a successor body to Bridge Rural Sanitary District.

Newspaper cutting concerning the prevalence of flies  CCA-U467/O/4/1  27 May 1933

1 doc

Contents:
Report by Dr J. J. Day, Medical Officer of Health to the Bridge Rural District Council. The paper from which the cutting was taken has not been identified

Herne Bay Urban District Council  CCA-U467/O/5  [n.d.]


Related information: For the official records of Herne Bay UDC see CCA-UD-HB

Administrative history:
Herne Bay Urban District Council was set up in 1894 at the same time as Whitstable UDC.

Memo entitled 'Exemption from Enrolment for Fire Prevention Duties and Release from Duties'  CCA-U467/O/5/1  [1941]

1 doc

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Relates to the 'Civil Defence Duties (Compulsory Enrolment) Order, 1941'

Canterbury City Council  CCA-U467/O/6  [n.d.]

Letter from the Department of the Environment to Canterbury City Council concerning a report on sea defences at Whitstable  CCA-U467/O/6/1  19 May 1976

1 doc

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Relates to the 'Coast Protection Act 1949', the 'Acquisition of Land (Authorisation) Act 1946', and the' Town and Country Planning Act 1971'

Kent County Council  CCA-U467/O/7  [n.d.]

Newspaper cutting relating to the 'Shooting of Wild Duck'  CCA-U467/O/7/1  27 Feb 1932

1 doc

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Refers to a report to Kent County Council concerning the shooting of ducks during August

Newspaper cutting referring to a survey to be undertaken of footpaths, bridleways, and other public highways  CCA-U467/O/7/2  [1952]

1 doc

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Relates to the 'National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act'

Circular detailing 'Rates of Payment' in relation to 'Members' Financial Loss, Travelling and Subsistence Allowances'  CCA-U467/O/7/3  19 May 1954

1 doc

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Issued by Kent County Council. Relates to the 'Local Government Act, 1948, Part VI'. Compliments slip from the Divisional Education Officer attached.

Newspaper cutting relating to the proposed 'Kent County Council Act, 1958'  CCA-U467/O/7/4  [1958]

1 doc

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Concerns the powers of local and county councils. The paper from which the cutting was taken has not been identified.

Kent Development Plan (Part A), Herne Bay and Whitstable Town Map, Report upon the survey and Analysis of the Problem'  CCA-U467/O/7/5  1960

1 volume

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Published by Kent County Council. Relates to the information collected in preparation for a town map.

'Kent Development Plan (Part A), Herne Bay and Whitstable Town Map.  CCA-U467/O/7/6  [n.d.]

4 maps

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Comprises parts of the Urban Districts of Herne Bay and Whitstable and parts of the Rural Districts of Bridge Blean and Swale'. Shows proposed developments in the 1960s and 1970s. Relates to the 'Town and Country Planning Act 1947'. Consists of two maps and two 'Programme Map' overlays. Scale 6 inches: 1 mile.

'A brief history of Kent and the Coat of Arms'  CCA-U467/O/7/7  Spring 1995

1 leaflet

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Published by Kent County Council

Newspaper cutting relating to a book conference to be organised by Kent County Council Arts and Libraries  CCA-U467/O/7/8  [n.d.]

1 doc

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'Books Alive', to take place at the Lonsdale Court hotel, Cliftonville, from 9-11 October (year not specified). Taken from (unidentified) local newspaper

Kent Education Committee  CCA-U467/O/8  [n.d.]

Revised regulations relating to grants available for 'Evening Continuation Schools'  CCA-U467/O/8/1  1 Jul 1898

1 doc

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Issued by Kent County Council's Technical Education Committee.

Report concerning the provision of Technical Education in East Kent  CCA-U467/O/8/2  [c.1958]

1 doc

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Issued by Kent Education Committee

'Kent Educational Committee, St. Augustine Division. Divisional Estimates, 1960-1961'  CCA-U467/O/8/3  [c. 1960]

1 doc

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Details proposed maintenance costs for each primary and secondary school in the area.

Kent Council of Social Service  CCA-U467/O/9  [n.d.]

'33rd Annual Report and Accounts'  CCA-U467/O/9/1  1956

1 booklet

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Year ended 31 March 1956

County Administration  CCA-U467/O/10  [n.d.]

Newspaper cutting relating to the proposed creation of new county boroughs  CCA-U467/O/10/1  5 May 1956

1 doc

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Taken from 'The Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'

Pages from 'Local County Administration in English Parishes and Welsh Communities'  CCA-U467/O/10/2  1989

1 doc

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Third Edition. Written by Charles Arnold-Baker. Section relating to time limits with regard to the recovery of land and forsehore has been highlighted

Manorial  CCA-U467/P  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
The manor was bought by Charles Pearson in 1792. He employed John Zachariah Plummer, a Canterbury attorney, as steward. Yearly Courts Leet and Baron were held. The seat of the Lord of the manor was Tankerton Tower. Information on this building can be found under 'Topography'. When the last owner of the title of the 'Manor or Lordship of Whitstable', Albert Mallandain, died in 1956 Whitstable Urban District Council decided to purchase the title for the town. They decided also to appoint a manor steward and chose Wallace Harvey in 1958. By Wallace Harvey's time however this role just involved the care of the record books of the manor court. In 1974 the ownership of the manorial title passed to the succeeding Canterbury City Council although they did not revoke Wallace Harvey's stewardship.

Contents:
Original and copy material relating to or created by the Manor and Royalty of Whitstable and other manors holding lands in Whitstable. The Manor of Whitstable had formerly been known as the Manor of Northwood.

Whitstable Manor Court  CCA-U467/P/1  [n.d.]

Contents:
Originals, photocopies, and extracts of court rolls for the Manor of Whitstable. Also includes details of manor court appointments and lists of freemen.

'Abstract of Ancient Records Relating to the Manor and Royalty of Whitstable' 1312-1762  CCA-U467/P/1/1  [20th century]

1 file

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File entitled 'Court of Fishery'. Typewritten transcript.

'The Manor Roll of Whitstable: Court Baron and View of Frankpledge' 1791-1796  CCA-U467/P/1/2  [20th century]

1 file

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Typewritten transcript

Extract from the 'Manor of Whitstable Court'  CCA-U467/P/1/3  [20th century]

1 file

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Refers to Orders and Decrees consented to by the Free Fishers and Dredgers Company at a Court of Dredging in 13 July 1791 mentioned in a court case of 1808. Typewritten transcript.

Extracts from the 'Manor of Whitstable Court' 1793-1798  CCA-U467/P/1/4  [20th century]

1 file

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Refers to Orders and Decrees consented to by the Free Fishers and Dredgers Company at a Court of Dredging in 4 July 1793. Admission of freemen, 1794-1798. Handwritten transcript. Includes a copy black and white photograph of Seasalter Fishery fishing grounds, 1725.

Court Book of the Manor of Whitstable  CCA-U467/P/1/5  1795-1841

1 volume

Unfit for Production

Contents:
Indexed

Court Book of the Manor of Whitstable, 1795-1841  CCA-U467/P/1/6  [20th century]

1 volume

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Bound photocopy, incorrectly dated 1796-1841. Indexed. Interleaved are Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes on the Culver family's landholding, 1795-1822, extracted from the court book

Extracts from the Manor of Whitstable Court Baron, 1795-1824  CCA-U467/P/1/7  [20th century]

1 file

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Typewritten transcript. Also includes Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes relating to a charter noted in William Urry's book. File entitled 'Saxon Charters, Whitstable and Seasalter

'Extracts from the Whitstable Manor Rolls' 1795-1819  CCA-U467/P/1/8  [20th century]

1 file

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Wallace Harvey's handwritten transcripts. Also includes a letter, dated 1981, regarding a list of Free Dredgers.

Extracts from the Manor Court - Baron and Leet, 1795-1838  CCA-U467/P/1/9  [20th century]

1 file

'Extracts from the Manorial Rolls' 1795-1839  CCA-U467/P/1/10  [20th century

1 file

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Wallace Harvey's typewritten transcripts. Possibly virtually identical to U467/P/1/9

Whitstable Manor Roll: extract from the Court Baron, 1799  CCA-U467/P/1/11  [20th century]

2 sheets

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Wallace Harvey's handwritten transcripts

Extract from Manor Rolls, 24 October 1799  CCA-U467/P/1/12  [20th century]

1 item

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Relating to 43 Harbour Street? Wallace Harvey's handwritten transcripts.

Extracts from the Manor of Whitstable relating to land, 1794-1855  CCA-U467/P/1/13  [20th century]

1 file

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Typewritten transcripts. Comprises: Release of the Manor of Whitstable, 1794; information, dated 1853, relating to 'The Act for the Inclosure, Exchange and Improvement of Land; and notices of court Leet and Baron, 1855

Brief extracts from Manorial Rolls, and miscellaneous notes  CCA-U467/P/1/14  [20th century]

1 file

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Wallace Harvey's handwritten transcripts relating to land transactions in the manorial court, 1808 and 1830. File also includes notes relating to fishing, 1794-1795; notes relating to sewage and drainage - probably delivered by Wallace Harvey to a Whitstable Urban District Council committee meeting [post 1935]; part of transcript of indenture, 1689

Court Book of the Manor of Whitstable,1890-1921  CCA-U467/P/1/15  [20th century]

1 volume

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Bound photocopy

'Manor of Whitstable: Presentments of the Court Baron'  CCA-U467/P/1/16  19 Dec 1904

1 volume

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Lists all tenants and their landholdings, noting how acquired and the rent payable

Officers of the Manor of Whitstable, 1795-1841  CCA-U467/P/1/17  [20th century]

1 file

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Interleaved are notes of a speech by the owner of the Manor (author unspecified), December 1923. File also includes two photocopied lists of 'Constables and their Deputies' 1795-1841; and a photocopy, taken by Wallace Harvey in 1984, of 'A Survey of Houses, Buildings and Lands in the Parish of Whitstable 1802', which was undertaken to 'equalise the Poor Rates'.

'A List of the Names of Freeman of the Manor and Royalty of Whitstable'  CCA-U467/P/1/18  9 Jul 1887

1 item

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Stuck onto green card

'A List of the Names of the Freeman of the Manor and Royalty of Whitstable'  CCA-U467/P/1/19  12 Jul 1894

1 item

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Stuck onto white card. Annotated 'Cleybrooke'

'A List of the Names of the Freeman of the Manor and Royalty of Whitstable'  CCA-U467/P/1/20  11 Jul 1895

1 item

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Stuck onto green card

Extracts from 'Water Court Orders' 1751-1841  CCA-U467/P/1/21  [20th century]

1 volume

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Includes lists of names of freemen. Handwritten notes in a red 'Cash Book'

Whitstable Manor Accounts  CCA-U467/P/2  [n.d.]

Contents:
Originals, photocopies, and extracts of accounts for the Manor of Whitstable.

'A Pay Bill for the Manor and Royalty of Whitstable'  CCA-U467/P/2/1  March 1830

1 item

Fragile

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Court held at the 'Bear & Key'. Annotated with numbers of Freemen in 1883, 1885, and 1894. Stuck onto thick paper.

'A Pay Bill for the Manor and Royalty of Whitstable'  CCA-U467/P/2/2  10 Jul 1860

1 item

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Stuck onto thick paper

'Manor & Royalty of Whitstable. Table of Tolls'  CCA-U467/P/2/3  22 Oct 1860

1 item

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Relating to anchorage grounds and beach/sea shore

Manor of Whitstable Collecting Book  CCA-U467/P/2/4  1919

1 volume

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Rental

Manor of Whitstable Collecting Book  CCA-U467/P/2/5  1921

1 volume

Contents:
Rental

Manor of Whitstable Collecting Book  CCA-U467/P/2/6  1923

1 volume

Contents:
Rental

Notes on Whitstable Manor  CCA-U467/P/3  [n.d.]

Notes on the Manor of Northwood 1167-1300  CCA-U467/P/3/1  [late 20th century]

1 item

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Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes. Includes references to Urry's book - untitled.

Historical information on owners of the Manor of Whitstable  CCA-U467/P/3/2  [20th century]

1 file

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Includes correspondence, dated 1984, relating to missing manorial court rolls

Notes on owners of the Manor of Whitstable 1573-1714  CCA-U467/P/3/3  [20th century]

1 item

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Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes

Notes relating to the anchoring of vessels within the Manor 1792  CCA-U467/P/3/4  [20th century]

1 item

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Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes, taken 'From the East Kent Sewer Records. KCC Archives Office'

Chestfield Manor  CCA-U467/P/4  [n.d.]

Plan of the Chestfield Manor Estate  CCA-U467/P/4/1  [20th century]

1 map

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Relates to sale of property (plots are coloured in) belonging to George Reeves. Reproduction of an Ordnance Survey map - undated. Reverse of sheet has four coloured illustrations (relating to ships funnels?) and the letters A E K D

Faversham Manor  CCA-U467/P/5  [n.d.]

Table of fees due to the Officers of the Water Court, 1631  CCA-U467/P/5/1  [20th century]

1 item

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Typewritten transcript

Newspapers  CCA-U467/Q  [n.d.]

Contents:
Local and national newspapers. Also with cuttings that do not fit into any of the chosen categories.

Scrapbooks  CCA-U467/Q/1  [n.d.]

Scrapbook of cuttings  CCA-U467/Q/1/2  1898-1915

1 volume

Contents:
Wide variety of subject matter including Whitstable. Other main subjects concern the royal family, health and food. The cuttings have been pasted into a catalogue of Frederick Betts, Iron Merchant and Founder, 33 Skipton Street, London. The catalogue includes stoves and general ironware.

Scrapbook of cuttings  CCA-U467/Q/1/3  1896-1962

1 volume

Contents:
Common subjects are Whitstable, the first world war and household advice. Numerous loose cuttings and memorabilia interleaved, with complete copies of the Whitstable Times. Includes correspondence regarding Barn House in Joy Lane in Whitstable from 1974.

Scrapbook of cuttings  CCA-U467/Q/1/4  1952-1953

1 volume

Contents:
Main subjects are Whitstable and Whitstable Urban District Council.

Cuttings  CCA-U467/Q/2  [n.d.]

Changing Face of Whitstable feature  CCA-U467/Q/2/1  [n.d.]

Newspaper series cuttings  CCA-U467/Q/2/1/1  1961

1 file

Newspaper series cuttings  CCA-U467/Q/2/1/2  1960-1963

1 file

Contents:
Also includes a 'Souvenir of Kent's Big Freeze December 1962 - February 1963' edition of the Kentish Express, and an article on Robert Goodsall in the 'Whitstable Notebook' series. In a torn paper bag marked 'Old Whitstable'

Envelope titled 'Changing Face of Whitstable 1973'  CCA-U467/Q/2/1/3  1973

1 file

Memories feature  CCA-U467/Q/2/2  [n.d.]

'KM Extra'  CCA-U467/Q/2/2/1  27 Sep 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Photographs of Canterbury Road in Whitstable and soldiers at Canterbury West Station in Canterbury.

'KM Extra'  CCA-U467/Q/2/2/2  6 Mar 1992

1 sheet

Contents:
Article about traction engines and the Baldock family.

'KM Extra'  CCA-U467/Q/2/2/3  13 Mar 1992

1 sheet

Contents:
Photograph of the London Central Meat Company at 60 High Street Whitstable.

'KM Extra'  CCA-U467/Q/2/2/4  13 Mar 1992

1 sheet

Contents:
Three aerial views over Canterbury.

Times Gone By feature  CCA-U467/Q/2/3  [n.d.]

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/1  14 Feb 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Articles on aviation, the fire bell, football and Old Bridge Road.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/2  21 Feb 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Local cricket stories.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/3  2 May 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Picture and article about Oxford Street in Whitstable.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/4  23 May 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Photograph and article about Norman Funnell butchers in Whitstable High Street.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/5  30 May 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Articles on the Whitstable flood, 'Norman Funnell' the butcher in Whitstable High Street and Tower Parade in Tankerton.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/6  1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes two letters to the paper which concern Norman Funnell's butcher's shop and articles on both Canterbury Road in Whitstable and the Whitstable flood.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/7  13 Jun 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes a letter to the paper about Coronation celebrations in Whitstable plus two photographs of Whitstable Harbour.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/8  20 Jun 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Two photographs of Whitstable Harbour.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/9  27 Jun 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Articles about the Cliff Stores and the Jubilee Fountain, both in Tankerton.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/10  18 Jul 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes a photograph of the seafront beside the Continental Hotel in Tankerton.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/11  1 Aug 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Photographs of Long Beach and Whitstable Harbour.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/12  29 Aug 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes photographs of local Whitstable people.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/13  12 Sep 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Photographs of Tankerton Slopes, Beach and The Street.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/14  19 Sep 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Various photographs of Tankerton.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/15  3 Oct 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Double sheet which includes articles and pictures of the 'Moss Rose' and boatmen of Tankerton.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/16  12 Dec 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Photograph of Seaview Farm Farmhouse.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/17  nd[1990s]

1 sheet

Contents:
Photograph of Oxford Street.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/3/18  nd[1990s]

1 sheet

Contents:
Photograph of Mr Harold Jordan rescuing a cat from 1953 flood-stricken Island Wall.

What We Hear feature  CCA-U467/Q/2/4  [n.d.]

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/4/1  10 Mar 1934

1 sheet

Contents:
Local events described with dates and locations.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/4/2  nd[1930s]

1 sheet

Contents:
Local events are described with dates and locations.

Whitstable Then and Now feature  CCA-U467/Q/2/5  [n.d.]

Cuttings from local papers  CCA-U467/Q/2/6  [n.d.]

'The Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald'  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/1  30 May 1903

3 sheets

Fragile

Contents:
Includes cricket fixtures and local advertisements.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/1A  28 Jan 1933

1 sheet

Contents:
Advertisement for a special excursion price from Whitstable or Herne Bay to London or Bromley with the Southern Railway.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/2  27 May 1933

1 sheet

Contents:
Article about collision of bus and pony and trap.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/3  9 Dec 1933

1 sheet

Contents:
Article about trial and sentence of Tom Burgess who stole jewellery from Mrs Jessie Gray of St Peter's Street, Canterbury.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/4  nd[1930s]

1 sheet

Contents:
Articles about fashion.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/5  10 Feb 1934

1 sheet

Contents:
List of health hints.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/6  7 Jul 1934

1 sheet

Contents:
Articles about health hints and Herne Bay's church tower.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/7  10 Mar 1934

1 sheet

Contents:
Article about 'The Dragon' the official publication of The Buffs, Canterbury.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/8  7 Jul 1934

1 sheet

Contents:
List of forthcoming local events in July 1934.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/9  22 Feb 1964

1 sheet

Contents:
Article titled 'Whitstable Times is 100 years old'.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/10  24 Jul 1992

1 sheet

Contents:
Article to warn Whitstable and Herne Bay local readers about bogus callers.

'KM Extra'  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/11  28 Aug 1992

1 sheet

Contents:
Article about rare birds prospering in Kent.

'KM Extra'  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/12  [post 1971]

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes free advert application form for Kent Messenger group newspapers.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/13  [early twentieth century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes articles on tariff reform and Polly Gambrell of Whitstable, who was found lying drunk on the pavement in Marmion Road in Whitstable.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/14  [late twentieth century]

1 sheet

Contents:
One headline and parts of two articles. Whitstable Council is mentioned.

Unidentified local paper  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/15  [post 1949]

1 sheet

Contents:
Articles on Whitstable Harbour and Whitstable sea defences plus an article on archaeological findings in Canterbury. Overleaf there are adverts for various job vacancies in Kent.

'Evening News'  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/16  nd[1959]

1 sheet

Contents:
Article about the first cross Channel flight made by Louis Bleriot in 1909.

'More About Old Whitstable'  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/17  6 Nov 1948

1 doc

Contents:
Taken from the Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press: 'Notes of the Week' series

'Whitstable in The Good Old Days'  CCA-U467/Q/2/6/18  6 April 1963

1 doc

Contents:
Taken from the Whitstable Times

Cuttings from national papers  CCA-U467/Q/2/7  [n.d.]

'Weekly Dispatch'  CCA-U467/Q/2/7/1  7 Aug 1831

1 envelope

Contents:
Five cuttings whose subjects include the completion of Buckingham Palace, hangings, murders and the opening of London Bridge.

Unidentified national newspaper  CCA-U467/Q/2/7/2  1970

1 sheet

Contents:
Article about an Ichthyosaurus fossil.

Pages from papers  CCA-U467/Q/2/8  [n.d.]

'Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/1  20 Jun 1903

1 sheet

The pages have been eaten by bookworm this has obscured small areas of text.

Contents:
Includes articles about general local events, cricket fixtures and general advertisements.

'Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/2  19 Dec 1903

1 sheet

Contents:
Pages five and six of this edition which include articles about Whitstable native oysters and the local Oyster Feast plus local railway timetables.

'Whitstable Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/3  17 Oct 1903

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes articles on Whitstable Council Schools, the Congregational Church and Whitstable Rifle Club. This is a photocopy of the original page three.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/4  9 Apr 1949

1 envelope

Contents:
The front page is endorsed 'Centre of Town' and the envelope contains pages one to eight. Many articles concern the Whitstable Council and local sports.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/4A  4 Jan 1947

1 sheet

Contents:
Endorsed 'Sail Maker Goldfinch' and 16901-16681=220. Various local articles and advertisements.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/5  26 Jul 1952

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes articles which focus on Whitstable as venue for the all-Kent Yachting Week. Pages one, two, seven and eight only.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/6  6 Jun 1953

2 sheets

Contents:
Includes articles on Coronation celebration and a tribute to the Queen. Pages one, two, five and six only.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/7  30 Jul 1960

1 sheet

Contents:
Map of proposed town development. Pages 11 to 14 only.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/8  24 Jun 1961

1 sheet

Contents:
Articles on the new Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Michael Ramsey and his enthronement. Pages 23 to 26.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/9  1 Dec 1962

1 sheet

Contents:
Articles on Whitstable Urban District Council's financial problems and Archbishop Ramsey's forthcoming dedication of All Saints' Church. First and last pages only.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/10  8 Dec 1962

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes an article about the Archbishop's dedication of the extension to All Saints' Church. Pages 11 to 14 only with shortened page title 'Whitstable Times'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/11  5 Feb 1966

2 sheets

Contents:
Tankerton feature which includes articles and advertisements. Pages 13 to 16.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/12  23 Apr 1966

4 sheets

Contents:
Whitstable's Oxford Street feature spanning the four sheets with page numbers 15 to 22.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/13  23 Jul 1966

2 sheets

Contents:
Various local stories which include a feature on Harbour Street in Whitstable. Pages 9 to 16 only.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/14  14 Feb 1969

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes pictures and stories about recent snow blizzard. Pages 11 to 14.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/15  21 Feb 1969

1 sheet

Contents:
Pictures about the sea freezing at Seasalter in 1969, 1929 and 1947. Pages 11 to 14 only.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/16  5 Feb 1971

1 sheet

Contents:
Photograph of 'The Great Race' in Whitstable of 1903 plus articles on the Phoenix Theatre Group and a visit of the motor coaster 'Corbiere'. Pages 11 to 14 only.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/17  19 Feb 1971

5 sheets

Contents:
Local stories include Yorkletts and a proposed Whitstable market. Many houses are advertised by estate agents in this issue. Just front cover sheet missing.

'Whitstable Times, Kentish Observer, Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/18  5 Jun 1981

2 sheets

Contents:
Includes the Whitstable Times' editor's retirement. Pages 1 to 4 and 21 to 24.

'Whitstable Times, Kentish Observer, Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/19  24 Jul 1981

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes photographs of Prince Charles and the then Lady Diana Spencer plus a feature on the William Nottidge School. Pages 13 to 16.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/20  7 Mar 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
With a highlighted letter from Andrea Vogel of Canada trying to trace the names Smith and Olive living in Whitstable in the 1800s. These were mariner and oyster dredger relatives.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/21  21 Mar 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes local articles and advertisements. Pages 11 and 12 plus 17 and 18 only.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/22  12 Sep 1991

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes stories about Whitstable residents plus local artists and exhibitions. Pages 7 and 8 only.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/23  20 Aug 1992

1 sheet

Contents:
Feature on local postcards. Pages 15 to 18.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/24  28 Mar 1996

1 file

Contents:
Includes an article about Roman coins found at the Tankerton Street. Pages 17 to 20 only.

'Whitstable Times and Observer'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/25  15 Apr 1977

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes feature on St Alphege Church. Pages 11 to 14 only.

'Whitstable Times and Observer'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/26  3 Jun 1977

7 sheets

Contents:
Special Jubilee issue. Pages 7 to 34.

'Whitstable Extra'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/27  15 Dec 1989

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes photograph of fishermen bringing oysters ashore at Whitstable in 1890. This is a photocopy of the cover page.

'Kentish Gazette'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/28  24 Dec 1959

1 sheet

Contents:
Various Canterbury stories which include the Marlowe's pantomime 'Aladdin'. Pages 5 to 8.

'Kent Seen'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/29  Jan 1991

3 sheets

Contents:
Articles on Dane John Gardens, Canterbury and Ron Lobeck.

'Southend Standard'  CCA-U467/Q/2/8/30  17 Jun 1964

1 sheet

Contents:
Article and picture about the figurehead of the schooner 'Gypsy'. Pages 9 and 10.

Local Newspapers  CCA-U467/Q/3  [n.d.]

Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald  CCA-U467/Q/3/1  [n.d.]

'Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald'  CCA-U467/Q/3/1/1  2 Mar 1895

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald'  CCA-U467/Q/3/1/2  16 Jun 1900

1 doc

Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press  CCA-U467/Q/3/2  [n.d.]

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/1  20 Mar 1926

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/2  13 Oct 1928

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/3  20 Jan 1934

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed in pencil 'yta' or similar.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/4  27 Jan 1934

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Westminster Bank'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/5  30 Jun 1934

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Westminster Bank'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/6  15 Sep 1934

1 doc

Unfit for production.

Contents:
Endorsed 'Westminster Bank'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/7  8 Dec 1934

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Haaen' or similar.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/8  4 May 1935

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Wallace Harvey' and Silver Jubilee' on page 11.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/9  25 Dec 1937

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/10  17 Jun 1939

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/11  14 Oct 1934

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/12  28 Oct 1939

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/13  27 Apr 1940

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Dr Gordon Ward'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/14  8 Nov 1941

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'list of those serving in forces'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/15  22 Mar 1947

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Council Election'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/16  13 Nov 1948

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Salt Industry'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/17  9 Apr 1949

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/19  18 Feb 1950

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Whitstable Ships Page 6'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/20  6 May 1950

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Council Election'

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/21  3 Jun 1950

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Towns Womens Guild'

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/22  22 Jul 1950

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Jack Cade'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/23  5 Aug 1950

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Belmont Ground'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/24  26 Aug 1950

2 docs

Contents:
Both endorsed 'Gas Centenary'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/25  6 Jan 1951

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'John and Rosemary'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/26  27 Jan 1951

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Seasalter Lecture'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/27  24 Jan 1953

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Saturday Nighters'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/28  25 Apr 1953

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Council Dinner'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/29  2 May 1953

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Council Election'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/30  23 May 1953

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Vice Chairman'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/31  30 May 1953

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Football Dinner'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/32  13 Jun 1953

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Coronation'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/33  29 Aug 1953

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Seasalter Garden Party'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/34  5 Sep 1953

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Sunshine Corner'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/35  12 Sep 1953

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Blessing of Waters and Library'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/36  12 Sep 1953

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Blessing of the Waters'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/37  6 Feb 1954

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/38  20 Feb 1954

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Road to Radfall'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/39  27 Feb 1954

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Family Circle'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/40  6 Mar 1954

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'St John's Dinner and Sea Scouts'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/41  22 May 1954

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Chairman'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/42  16 Oct 1954

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Whitstable Charities; Civil Defence'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/43  29 Jan 1955

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'St John's Ambulance'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/44  30 Apr 1955

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Red Cross; St Johns Methodist; St Alphege Church; Safety First; Broadcast'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/45  7 May 1955

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Council Dinner'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/46  14 May 1955

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/47  15 Aug 1959

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/48  14 Nov 1959

1 doc

Local Papers strike editions  CCA-U467/Q/3/2/49  1959

1 file

Contents:
Buff/orange folder which contains five summer copies of the 'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press' dates 27th June (two copies); 4th, 11th, 18th (two copies) and 25th July. Also the 'Kentish Observer and Canterbury Times' of 25th June. All cover the local newspaper strike of 1959.

Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press  CCA-U467/Q/3/3  [n.d.]

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/1  30 Jul 1960

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Centenary of Railway'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/2  3 Sep 1960

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/3  7 Jan 1961

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/4  8 Apr 1961

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/5  15 Apr 1961

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/6  22 Apr 1961

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/7  6 May 1961

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/8  1 Dec 1962

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/9  26 Sep 1964

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/10  3 Oct 1964

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/11  21 May 1966

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/12  11 Jun 1966

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/13  6 Aug 1966

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/14  6 Jan 1967

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/15  13 Sep 1968

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/16  28 Feb 1969

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/17  5 Dec 1969

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/18  30 Jan 1970

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/19  10 Apr 1970

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/20  12 Nov 1971

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/21  3 Dec 1971

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/22  10 Dec 1971

1 doc

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/23  8 Sep 1972

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'First Issue'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/24  18 May 1973

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Kevin'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/25  22 Feb 1974

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed '8 Clifton'.

'Whitstable Times and Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/3/26  22 Mar 1974

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed '8 Clifton'.

Whitstable Times  CCA-U467/Q/3/4  [n.d.]

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/3/4/1  22 Oct 1992

1 edition

Contents:
Endorsed 'Gresh' on front page.

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/3/4/2  5 Nov 1992

1 edition

'Whitstable Times'  CCA-U467/Q/3/4/3  12 Nov 1992

1 edition

Whitstable Times, Kentish Observer, Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press  CCA-U467/Q/3/5  [n.d.]

'Whitstable Times, Kentish Observer, Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/5/1  18 Apr 1980

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Mr and Mrs Harvey 59 Oxford St'.

'Whitstable Times, Kentish Observer, Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/5/2  3 Dec 1982

1 doc

'Whitstable Times, Kentish Observer, Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/5/3  13 May 1983

1 doc

'Whitstable Times, Kentish Observer, Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/5/4  27 May 1983

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed '3'.

'Whitstable Times, Kentish Observer, Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/5/5  3 Jun 1983

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed '3'.

'Whitstable Times, Kentish Observer, Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/5/6  30 Dec 1983

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed '3'.

'Whitstable Times, Kentish Observer, Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/5/7  4 Oct 1984

1 doc

'Whitstable Times, Kentish Observer, Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/5/8  30 Jul 1987

1 doc

Herne Bay Press  CCA-U467/Q/3/6  [n.d.]

'Herne Bay Press'  CCA-U467/Q/3/6/1  21 May 1954

1 edition

Contents:
Endorsed 'Chairman' on front page.

'Herne Bay Press '  CCA-U467/Q/3/6/2  11 Dec 1959

1 edition

The Kent Herald  CCA-U467/Q/3/7  [n.d.]

Local papers Kent Herald and Gazette  CCA-U467/Q/3/7/1  1824-1831

1 envelope

Contents:
Envelope with Wallace Harvey's writing which contains three copies of 'The Kent Herald' dated 8th July and 5th August 1824 and 22nd December 1825. Also one copy of the 'Kentish Gazette' dated 21st June 1831. Envelope also details a further copy of 'The Kent Herald' which can be found at Q/3/7/2.

'Kent Herald'  CCA-U467/Q/3/7/2  17 Mar 1825

Contents:
Endorsed 'James Acors'.

Kent Messenger  CCA-U467/Q/3/8  [n.d.]

'Kent Messenger'  CCA-U467/Q/3/8/1  8 Apr 1939

1 edition

Contents:
Endorsed 'Kent Baptists'.

'Kent Messenger'  CCA-U467/Q/3/8/2  31 Oct 1958

1 edition

Kentish Gazette  CCA-U467/Q/3/9  [n.d.]

'Kentish Gazette'  CCA-U467/Q/3/9/1  20 Oct 1967

1 edition

Contents:
A pictorial souvenir supplement which commemorated the 250th anniversary of the founding of the 'Kentish Gazette'.

'Kentish Gazette'  CCA-U467/Q/3/9/2  12 Nov 1971

1 edition

National Newspapers  CCA-U467/Q/4  [n.d.]

'British Gazette'  CCA-U467/Q/4/1  [n.d.]

'The British Gazette'  CCA-U467/Q/4/2  13 May 1926

1 doc

'The Christian Herald'  CCA-U467/Q/4/3  7 May 1977

1 doc

'Daily Mirror'  CCA-U467/Q/4/4  3 Jun 1953

1 doc

'Daily Sketch'  CCA-U467/Q/4/5  23 April 1946

1 doc

Contents:
Endorsed 'Whitstable after the War 1939-46'

'Daily Sketch'  CCA-U467/Q/4/6  19 Dec 1955

1 sheet

Contents:
Pages 3 and 4 only.

'Daily Telegraph'  CCA-U467/Q/4/7  3 Jun 1953

1 doc

Contents:
Coronation Picture Supplement.

'Daily Telegraph'  CCA-U467/Q/4/8  9 Mar 1970

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes article on 'Immigration kills marine life'.

'The Evening News'  CCA-U467/Q/4/9  26 Jul 1881

1 envelope

Contents:
Two copies of a souvenir reproduction to mark the eightieth birthday of this paper. Printed 26th July 1961. Envelope endorsed by Wallace Harvey '1st Copy of Evening News'.

'The Sun'  CCA-U467/Q/4/10  23 Feb 1793

1 doc

Contents:
Annotated copy.

'Daily Telegraph and Morning Post'  CCA-U467/Q/4/11  14 Mar 1961

1 doc

Contents:
Magazine section pages 13 to 18.

'The Times'  CCA-U467/Q/4/12  3 Oct 1798

1 doc

Very fragile

'The Viewer and Listener'  CCA-U467/Q/4/13  1970

1 doc

National Commemorative Magazines  CCA-U467/Q/5  [n.d.]

'Weekly Illustrated Special'  CCA-U467/Q/5/1  Jan 1936

1 doc

Contents:
In Memoriam Number: The Life and Reign of King George V

'Weekly Illustrated Special'  CCA-U467/Q/5/2  May 1936

1 doc

Contents:
'Queen Mary' Number: The Dramatic and Graphic Story of The World's Greatest Ship.

Shipping  CCA-U467/R  1685-late 20th century

Contents:
Items relating to Wallace Harvey's interest in shipping. Includes sea charts, manuscripts for his book on Merchant Ships, original shipping documents, and general research notes for lectures and publications on ships, oyster boats and the Whitstable shipping and ship building trades.

Merchant Ships  CCA-U467/R/1  [n.d.]

Contents:
Typescripts and documents relating to Wallace Harvey's book, 'The Merchant Ships of Whitstable'. Many items in the rest of the 'Shipping' section are research notes for this book.

Letter  CCA-U467/R/1/1  20 Sep 1995

1 doc

Contents:
From the Keeper of the Maritime Museum at the National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside to Wallace Harvey regarding his 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable' book

Historical details relating to Riding Officers, Boatmen, and Customs' ships  CCA-U467/R/1/2  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Typescript notes for 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable' Book?

Introductory notes to 'The Merchant Ships of Whitstable' and biographical notes on Wallace Harvey  CCA-U467/R/1/3  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Typescript. Also includes notes on the steam vessel 'William The Fourth'

Subject file titled 'Whitstable Ships 19th Century'  CCA-U467/R/1/4  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Typescript notes

Envelope titled 'Whitstable Ships'  CCA-U467/R/1/5  [20th century]

1 file

Envelope torn

Contents:
Consists of typescript lists and details of Whitstable ships; a list of photographs available for inclusion in the book; and a list of master mariners.

Review of Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'  CCA-U467/R/1/6  4 Apr 1994

2 docs

Contents:
Photocopied pages from Lloyd's List

Subject file titled 'Whitstable Ships'  CCA-U467/R/1/7  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains Wallace Harvey's handwritten and typed notes on numerous ships and people; and a photocopy of a plan of Chestfield Village, for sale by auction, 1936

Envelope titled 'Ship Records'  CCA-U467/R/1/8  [19th-20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains typescript notes on numerous ships; a sepia photograph of the ship 'Arthurtown' at Whitstable Harbour; a typescript titled 'Hoys'; an envelope titled 'Customs...' containing a list of exports from Whitstable, 1818-1833, and the numbers of vessels entering and leaving Whitstable, 1822-1826; and Wallace Harvey's correspondence, 1951-1953

Envelope titled '17th-18th Shipping'  CCA-U467/R/1/9  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's chapter on 17th century ships of Whitstable

Subject file titled 'Whitstable Ships. Rose'  CCA-U467/R/1/10  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Typescripts for chapters? R to Z, and 'Whitstable Ships Built at Prince Edward Island'

Subject file titled '17th Century Ships of Whitstable'  CCA-U467/R/1/11  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Typescript notes

Subject file titled '17th Century Ships of Whitstable'  CCA-U467/R/1/12  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Typescript notes

Subject file titled '17th Century Ships of Whitstable 1662-1701'  CCA-U467/R/1/13  [1954-1988]

1 file

Contents:
Includes a copy of 'Early Seventeenth-Century Ship Design by William A. Baker. Designer of the Mayflower II', 1954; copy of 'The Sea Cadet' January 1963; copy of the 'Whitstable Times' 24 March 1988; and four black and white photographs of a ship [The Seasalter Wreck?]

File titled 'List of Ships. Moyes and Pierce'  CCA-U467/R/1/14  Apr 1935

1 file

Contents:
'List of Ships and Captains where known. Compiled from the lists lent by Mr A. Moyes and Captain F. Pierce, and also from the Whitstable Times of 1864'

File titled 'Whitstable Ships 18th Centuary'  CCA-U467/R/1/15  1850-[20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains typescript 'Whitstable Ships. 18th Century; and Declaration by Robert Young, 8 March 1850, verifying the loss of the Schooner 'Friends' 7 October 1849

Yachts  CCA-U467/R/2  [n.d.]

Envelope titled 'Yachts'  CCA-U467/R/2/1  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains black and white, sepia, and colour postcards of yachts. Some are named, and some annotated on reverse

Oyster Vessels  CCA-U467/R/3  [n.d.]

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings, handwritten notes, pictures and diagrams.

Newspaper article on Whitstable yawls  CCA-U467/R/3/1  9 Nov 1979

1 doc

Contents:
Includes a list of the names of ninety yawls. Taken from the [Whitstable] Times and Observer

Documents relating to oyster yawls and Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/3/2  [late 20th century]

3 docs

Contents:
Leaflet, published by 'The Favourite Trust'; newspaper cutting, from the Whitstable Gazette, November 1999, relating to the refitting of the 'Stormy Petrel'; and a copy of 'original 19th. century text Dickens's Whitstable'

Sepia photograph showing boats on the beach  CCA-U467/R/3/3  [19th century]

1 photograph

Contents:
Mounted on board. Annotated 'W. Harvey' on reverse

Plans of smacks and dredgers  CCA-U467/R/3/4  [20th century]

3 docs

Contents:
'Rigging and Sail Plan' and 'Arrangement and Lines' of a Whitstable Smack; and plan of Whitstable Oyster Dredger F62, c.1870, taken from a model owned by the Whitstable Oyster Fishery Co.

Plans of the Whitstable Smacks and Schooners  CCA-U467/R/3/5  [20th century]

4 plans

Contents:
Arrangement and Lines of a Whitstable Smack drawn by G.F. Campbell; Rigging and Sail Plan of a Whitstable Smack includes diagrams of ' Oyster Dredges and Trawl Iron'; 'Lines Plan of a Whitstable Schooner. Drawn from a half block model by F.W. Fairbrass c.1860'; 'Whitstable Oyster Dredger F 62. Taken from a model owned by the Whitstable Oyster Fishery Co', c.1870

Black and white photograph of 'The Sparkling Sea'  CCA-U467/R/3/6  [20th century]

1 photograph

Contents:
Mounted on card

Notelet showing Whitstable oyster yawls in full sail c.1910  CCA-U467/R/3/7  [late 20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Published by the Favourite Trust. In an enevlope addressed to Wallace Harvey

Mariners  CCA-U467/R/4  [n.d.]

Subject file titled 'Master Mariners of Whitstable'  CCA-U467/R/4/1  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains typescripts relating to named ships, sorted in alphabetical bundles, possibly for a book; and listing Master Mariners in Whitstable 1851-1887

Certificates of Discharge for seamen  CCA-U467/R/4/2  1865-1894

1 file

Contents:
Also includes a label for forwarding goods by Hoy

Ships - Individually Named  CCA-U467/R/5  [n.d.]

Contents:
Notes and documents relating to single identified ships. Many appear in Wallace Harvey's book, 'The Merchant Ships of Whitstable'.

Letter regarding the final destination of the 'Albion' newly arrived from Buenos Airies  CCA-U467/R/5/1  1 Jan 1823

1 doc

Contents:
From Banfield Lake to Messrs Frederick Huth and Co.

Newspaper cutting reporting on an underwater survey of the wreck of the 'Amsterdam'  CCA-U467/R/5/2  11 Mar 1970

1 doc

Contents:
Taken from The Daily Telegraph. The Amsterdam was an 18th century Dutch merchant ship

Sepia photograph of men and a dog on a ship  CCA-U467/R/5/3  [19th century]

1 photograph

Contents:
Reprinted in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable' as a Sunday morning service on the 'Brenda'. The men are possibly the Directors of the 'Seasalter and Ham Fishery Company.

Booklet titled 'Sailing Ship - Schooner. Caledonia'  CCA-U467/R/5/4  [20th century]

1 vol

Contents:
Transcript of the 'Diary of H.P. Coleman. On a voyage to Mesane. Through the Artic Ocean and back. 22 June - 22 September 1889'

Envelope titles 'Christabel'  CCA-U467/R/5/5  1900-1952

1 file

Contents:
Contains notice of transfer from the beneficiaries of James Gann's will to the Whitstable Shipping Company, Decemebr 1900; letter relating to the sale of shares, February 1902; Balance Sheet, 1901-1902; and two Bills of Sale, February 1952

Sepia photograph of a painting, titled 'Salving the Cargo of ship Darling Downs. May 1857'  CCA-U467/R/5/6  [19th-20th century]

1 photograph

Contents:
Annotated on reverse 'Salving the cargo Ship Darling Downs Sunk below the Nore May 13 1887': also includes Wallace Harvey's name and names of the other ships in the photograph

Newspaper cutting reporting the homecoming of the yawl 'Emeline' from Malaga  CCA-U467/R/5/7  2 Sep 1993

1 doc

Contents:
Taken from the [Whitstable] Times

Newspaper cuttings relating to plans to bring home the 'Emeline' from Malaga  CCA-U467/R/5/8  Apr-May 1992

3 docs

Contents:
Two are taken from the [Whitstable] Times, one from an unidentified local newspaper

File titled 'Emma Ernest'  CCA-U467/R/5/9  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains a programme for the 'Flying Dutchman World Championship and F. D. Week', 18-26 July 1959, organised by Whitstable Yacht Club; typescript list titled 'Cargo Book of the Emma Ernest', 1898-1928

Newspaper cutting reporting on the discovery of a capstan in a garden in Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/5/10  6 Feb 1987

1 doc

Contents:
Taken from the 'Extra'

Article on 'The Favourite'  CCA-U467/R/5/11  Aug 1979

1 file

Contents:
Written by H Hurfod Janes in 'The Globe' magazine. Kept in an envelope titled 'H Hurford Janes. The Favourite'

Copy correspondence relating to two ships named the 'Fox', 1820-1821  CCA-U467/R/5/12  [20th century]

4 docs

Contents:
With Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes on 'The Trade of the Port of Faversham 1650-1750; and a 'Survey' by John Foreman and George Barnes, 9 March 1802, listing names, properties, and amounts

'Bill of Sale of the Yawl 'Friends Good Will' of Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/5/13  1 Jun 1824

1 doc

Contents:
Thomas Webb to Thomas Gilbert

Extract from the Kentish Gazette reporting on the running aground and loss of life on the 'Griffin', March 1784  CCA-U467/R/5/14  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Typescript copy

Newspaper cutting reporting the discovery of a wooden rudder  CCA-U467/R/5/15  19 Nov 1976

1 doc

Contents:
Believed by Wallace Harvey to be from the Hindostan which was wrecked in 1803

Envelope titled 'John'  CCA-U467/R/5/16  1853-1906

1 file

Contents:
Receipts for repairs, and correspondence

Notes and correspondence relating to ships  CCA-U467/R/5/17  [20th century]

2 docs

Contents:
Letter relating to paintings of Whitstable Colliers, included is a photograph of 'Nicholls' sail loft in Sea Street', 1988; and notes relating to the granting of a licence to arm 'La Marie' in 1441

Photograph of the Ashby family on the beach near the ship 'Magic'  CCA-U467/R/5/18  [19th century]

1 photograph

Contents:
Taken by Arthur A Noakes. Mounted on board. Some names given on the reverse.

Request for information on the 'Malvoisin'  CCA-U467/R/5/19  25 Apr 1994

1 doc

Contents:
Letter from P. Driscoll to Wallace Harvey

'Bill of Sale of Thirteen Sixty-fourths part of the Schooner Margaret of Faversham'  CCA-U467/R/5/20  24 Aug 1847

1 doc

Contents:
John Giles and William Robertson (executors of Robert Browers) to William Dyason

'Information sheet on the 'Mud Skuffler'  CCA-U467/R/5/21  [20th century]

1 doc

Envelope titled 'Hudson Bay Co and Nonsuch'  CCA-U467/R/5/22  1969

1 file

Contents:
'Weekend Magazine' article by David Cobb on the Nonsuch, which sailed from Britain to Hudson Bay in 1668, and a booklet titled 'Nonsuch. Hudson's Bay Company'

Letter from W. Bentham to Messrs Frederick Huth and Co. concerning the 'Bark Penelope'  CCA-U467/R/5/23  30 Jun 1829

1 doc

Newspaper cutting showing the 'Resurgence' anchored in Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/5/24  18 Sep 1964

1 doc

Contents:
Taken form local newspaper (unidentified)

Envelope titled 'Seaham'  CCA-U467/R/5/25  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Consists of photocopies of documents relating to 'Certificates of Competency' for Joseph Pettman, 1836-1858, and correspodence relating to the same, 1978; notes from the National Maritime Museum, and Lloyd's Registers relating to the 'Seaham'; photocopies of newspaper cuttings reporting on storms and floods, October 1882, and the response of the Lowestoft lifeboat

Request for information on the schooner 'Seaham' and Captain Pettman  CCA-U467/R/5/26  12 Jul 1978

1 doc

Contents:
Letter from B. Morrell

Information sheet on 'H.M.S. Stirling Castle'  CCA-U467/R/5/27  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Published by 'Bleak House Maritime'

Sepia photographs of the barge 'Thames' at Herne Bay  CCA-U467/R/5/28  15 Feb 1911

Two photographs

Contents:
Taken by C.W. Welby of Herne Bay. Annotated on reverse 'was got off beach the day after this picture taken'

Letter requesting information on the 'Undine's' collision with another ship  CCA-U467/R/5/29  29 Jan 1950

1 doc

Contents:
Letter from H. Oliver Hill. In a 'Kent County Library' envelope addressed to Wallace Harvey - unconnected to the letter.

Note regarding the 'Whynot'  CCA-U467/R/5/31  [n.d.]

1 doc

Contents:
On a scrap of envelope

Subject file titled 'William The Fourth'  CCA-U467/R/5/32  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Typescript notes on the history of.

Subject file titled 'William IV The First Steamship to go to Australia'  CCA-U467/R/5/33  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Notes, correspondence, and copies of newspaper cuttings relating to the ship, 1839-1994, including a Commemorative Programme for the 'William The Fourth Project Ltd.'. Also includes some notes connected with Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Newspaper cutting regarding the mystery of 'The Zebrina'  CCA-U467/R/5/34  28 Aug 1959

1 doc

Contents:
Found abandoned in the mud at Milton in 1917. Taken from the 'Evening News'. In an envelope titled 'Zebrina'

Various Named Ships  CCA-U467/R/6  [n.d.]

Contents:
Comprises general lists of ships and owners along with files containing notes on more tha one named ship.

Documents relating to ' Conoid' and 'Alexandra'  CCA-U467/R/6/1  1987

1 file

Contents:
Notes, correspondence, photographs, and Certificates of Registry. Contained in a (ripped) paper bag

Subject file titled 'Ships of Whitstable'  CCA-U467/R/6/2  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains a typescript list of expences for the 'Conoid' and 'Girl of the Period'

Notes on the 'Marcella' and the 'Chance'  CCA-U467/R/6/3  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Typescript

Notes on the 'Blessing' and the 'Canterbury' of Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/6/4  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Typescript of masters and cargoes: for the 'Blessing' 1680-1692, for the 'Canterbury' 1698-1701

Bargain and sale for the vessels 'Satisfaction' and 'William', and 28 acres of land in Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/6/5  5 May 1685

1 doc

Bills of Sale for the 'Angelina' and the 'Hope of Maldon'  CCA-U467/R/6/6  1836

2 docs

Notes and correspondence relating to various ships  CCA-U467/R/6/7  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Includes information on the Seasalter Wreck; a newspaper cutting reporting that the 'Favourite' is to be restored, 1977; and an extract from 'Yachts and Yachting' September 1963

Notes on various ships, including a diagram of the 'Golden Hind'  CCA-U467/R/6/8  [20th century]

1 file

Note of ship's names, with owners?, and dates  CCA-U467/R/6/9  [20th century]

1 doc

Copies of Certificates of Discharge for Henry Tilley, 1910 and 1912, and typescript index of names, ships, and places  CCA-U467/R/6/10  [20th century]

3 docs

File containing information on ships and shipping related matters  CCA-U467/R/6/11  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Notes, newspaper cuttings, printed material, notes, diagrams, etc. Includes copy correspondence relating to the landing of a whale at Whitstable, 1829; a notebook of 'Whitstable Vessels'; a Log of the 'S.V. Devonia'; leaflets on National flags and 'International Code of Signals'; and a black and white copy of a photograph titled 'The Sparkling Sea'

'Alphabetical List of Vessels Belonging to...Trinity House, London'  CCA-U467/R/6/12  [19th/20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
With the signal letters they have been allotted

Notes on boats associated with the Terry family  CCA-U467/R/6/13  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
18th-19th century

Envelope containing details of paintings of various ships  CCA-U467/R/6/14  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Typescript. Also includes page on ship management

General Ships and Shipping  CCA-U467/R/7  [n.d.]

Contents:
This is a very diverse series of documents which covers many of Wallace Harvey's research material and notes. It includes international shipping information, shipping magazines, photographs, sketches, diagrams, and correspondence involving Wallace Harvey, shipping experts and other researchers. Original documents collected by Wallace Harvey include account books, sale indentures of vessels, and letters.

Account Book recording receivings, disbursements, and daily weather reports, 1841-1853  CCA-U467/R/7/1  1841-1989

1 volume

Contents:
Interleaved are two black and white photographs of Whitstable beach; and a copy of 'Unity Update', the monthly newsletter of the 'Whitstable Team Ministry', November 1989

Account Book recording receivings, disbursements, and daily weather reports, 1853-1865  CCA-U467/R/7/2  1853-1985

1 volume

Fragile

Contents:
Interleaved is a newspaper cutting, 2 October 1948, on Stephen Kemp as a 'Son of Old Whitstable' and a letter from the Honorary Secretary of the Whitstable Historical Society; and an empty envelope, franked 1985, with Wallace Harvey's notes on

Account Book recording receivings, disbursements, and daily weather reports, 1865-1886  CCA-U467/R/7/3  1865-1886

1 volume

Unfit for Production

Account Book recording ships' voyages, payments to Captains, and details of cargoes  CCA-U467/R/7/4  1876-1894

1 volume

Both covers are missing. In need of conservation.

Typescript notes on 'The Anne', 'The Blessing', and 'The Canterbury': all of Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/7/5  [20th century]

4 sheets

Contents:
Lists masters, mates, and cargoes, 1676-1698

File titled '17 Cent Shipping'  CCA-U467/R/7/6  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Includes notes relating to 1698 map of Whitstable Oyster Ground; a list of ships (and owners?); a list of the cargoes of various ships; and Wallace Harvey's notes regarding the growth of shipping during the 17th and 18th century

Black and white photograph of Wallace Harvey, paintbrush in hand, and a ship's figurehead  CCA-U467/R/7/7  [20th century]

1 photograph

Notes relating to ships  CCA-U467/R/7/8  [20th century]

3 docs

Contents:
List of ships with dates, names (of owners?) and (registration?) numbers; measurements for blocks and jaws; and rough sketch of ship

'Lines Plan of a Whitstable Schooner'  CCA-U467/R/7/9  [20th century]

1 plan

Contents:
Drawn from a half block model by F.W. Fairbrass c.1860

Drawing of blocks and rigging  CCA-U467/R/7/10  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Hand coloured

File titled '1828. Shipping and Craft. Drawn by W. Harvey'  CCA-U467/R/7/11  [1828]

1 file

Fragile

Contents:
Contains one complete (Part 2) and two part copies (Parts 8 and 6) of 'Shipping and Craft, Drawn from the Objects, and Etched by Edward William Cooke'

Photograph and negative of 'Whitstable Hoy'  CCA-U467/R/7/12  [20th century]

2 doc

Contents:
In brown envelope

Note concerning the 'Earl of Hopetown' and the 'Ebenezer'  CCA-U467/R/7/13  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Both ships went ashore [aground?] at the Gasper Strait

14 copies of the 'Sea Breezes' Magazine March 1933-April 1939  CCA-U467/R/7/14  [1933-1951]

1 bundle

Contents:
Some magazines are annotated:' Captain R. Willis', 'M Camburn', '53 Oxford'. Bundle also contains black and white photograph of 'High Street Whitstable' 1875; notice of a one-day 'School of Local History' at County Hall, Maidstone, 16 July 1947; 'Order of Confirmation (undated); names of occupiers of 41 Oxford Street?, 19th and 20th century; 'Whitstable Urban District Council Employment and Industry' information sheet, July 1951. annotated 'W. Harvey'

Subject file titled 'Whitstable Ships built at Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick'  CCA-U467/R/7/15  [later 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains correspondence relating to Whitstable ships built in Canada [1980s?] and paintings of Whitstable ships in store in Canterbury, 1988; genealogical details on the Best family; and a note relating to the sale of Old House Field, 1798. Also includes a notebook titled 'Notes on Whitstable Ships'

Notes on the weather and dates of sailings for various ships, 1898  CCA-U467/R/7/16  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sheet titled 'South Eastern Railway'. Copied from 'Whitstable Harbour Journal'

Notebook titled 'Boats General Account' 1821-1826  CCA-U467/R/7/17  [20th century]

1 volume

Contents:
Notes charges, receipts, profits and losses

Envelope titled 'Alex Hurst. Ships'  CCA-U467/R/7/18  20 Oct 1980

1 doc

Contents:
Letter from Teredo Books Limited to Wallace Harvey concerning ships, and his contribution to a third volume of 'The Medley of Mast and Sail'

Correspondence concerning various ships  CCA-U467/R/7/19  1987

1 file

Contents:
Also includes a postcard of the 'S.S.Clara Monks, 1920'

Article titled 'Wrecks by the Hundred'  CCA-U467/R/7/20  12 Jul 1963

1 doc

Contents:
Taken from 'Yachts and Yachting'

Article titled 'A Notable Disaster of the Sea'  CCA-U467/R/7/21  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Relates to the wreck of the 'Royal Charter'. Source and date of article unidentified

Pages from 'The Belfast Newsletter'  CCA-U467/R/7/22  27 Feb 1818

1 doc

Fragile

Contents:
Includes details of ships sailing for America

Article on 'The Whitstable Craft'  CCA-U467/R/7/23  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Taken from 'The Trident'

Letter from Ogden Brown to P. H. Delamaine relating to shipping  CCA-U467/R/7/24  4 Feb 1829

1 doc

Contents:
Written on the reverse of a notice reporting on the measures to be undertaken for 'the relief of the Shipping Interest' at a General Meeting of the Shipowners of the Port of Sunderland

Envelope titled 'Old Shipping Letters. Messrs F. Huth and Co.'  CCA-U467/R/7/25  1818-1850

1 file

Contents:
Contains various letters; numerous envelope fronts; Circular from the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, Parecls Department, 1850; Assurance Certificates for the 'Carmela' and the 'Carlotta' 1810

Pages from 'The Motor Boat'  CCA-U467/R/7/26  [late 19th-early 20th century]

2 docs

Contents:
Articles on 'The B.I. Trophy Boats', July 1920, and 'Useful Thames Motor Barge', August 1920. With part of a diagram of a ship, published 'as the Act directs Jan 1 1814'

Report of Wallace Harvey's talk to 'The Thames Shiplovers and Ship Model Society'  CCA-U467/R/7/27  1953-1954

2 docs

Contents:
Given at the Baltic Exchange, 24 April 1953. Reported in the Secretary's Monthly Letter, May 1953. With a programme for the Fifth Anniversary Meeting to be held on 29 January 1954

'The Thames Sailing Barge'  CCA-U467/R/7/28  [late 20th century]

1 leaflet

Contents:
Produced by the Sailing Barge Association

Copy of the 'Coast and Country' magazine  CCA-U467/R/7/30  Dec 1980

1 volume

Contents:
Vol.9 No.6. Compliments slip interleaved

Envelope titled 'Whitstable Harbour Shipping Records 1892. Indenture 1782/1779. Ships Rose, 1870, and Chance, 1842  CCA-U467/R/7/31  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains typescript copies of records relating to shipping and customs, 1856-1892; a typescript copy of 'Table of Fees due to Officers of the Water Court of the Manor of Faversham' 1631; photocopies of pages from the 'Kentish Post or Canterbury News-Letter' 1741-1748; copies of two indentures 1779 and 1782, concerning 'Piggendens' or 'Pickendens', the Packet Hoy (formerly the Three Mariners), and various parcels of land; and notes on the 'Rose', and 'Whitstable Ships built at Prince Edward Island'

Documents relating to shipping  CCA-U467/R/7/32  1878-[20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains 'Account of Wages', May 1878, for the 'Thurza'; letter from the Custom House, dated 9 June 1890, concerning the outstanding mortgage on the 'Three Sisters'; list of 'Whitstable Small Craft' detailing names, numbers, and type of craft; photocopy of map showing the area of Seasalter Fishery grounds encroached upon by the Whitstable Company of Fisherman [1768?]

Subject file titled 'Newfoundland Ships'  CCA-U467/R/7/33  1931-1992

1file

Contents:
Copy of 'Record of Ships Built and Registered in Prince Edward Island 1790-1830'; and notes, newspaper cuttings, and correspondence relating to local people, places, events, and ships. Also includes a black and white photograph of St John's Ambulance gathering (undated and untitled)

'Thames Shiplovers and Ship Model Society'  CCA-U467/R/7/34  1954-1963

1 volume

Contents:
An account, dated January 1954, of Wallace Harvey's talk to the Society in April 1953 - including signatures of those attending?. Interleaved is part of an article titled 'Wrecks by the Hundred' taken from 'Yachts and Yachting' July 1963, and a handwritten note on the 'Good Intent'

Envelope addressed to 'The Principal Officer, Custom House, Whitstable' 'O.H.M.S'  CCA-U467/R/7/35  [1883]-1938

1 file

Contents:
Contains documents relating to the mobilising of the men of the Royal Naval Reserve 1909-1938; and a copy of the 'Merchant Shipping (Fishing Boats) Act 1883

'Whitstable Ships: a Maritime Survey'  CCA-U467/R/7/36  1 Jun 1953

2 volumes

Contents:
Bound typescript volumes, not paginated. Interleaved with numerous letters, newspaper cuttings, receipts, memorandums, and photographs relating to various ships

Framed sepia photographs of shipbuilding  CCA-U467/R/7/37  1866-1876

2 photographs

Contents:
Signed 'Whitstable' and 'Dodman'?. Ships are believed to be the Dagmar, built 1866; and the Magic, built 1876

Receipt for boat  CCA-U467/R/7/38  15 Sep 1883

1 doc

Contents:
L.A. Goldfinch to Fred Goldfinch

'By Sea to Whitstable: The Painters' Record'  CCA-U467/R/7/39  [20th century]

1 booklet

Contents:
Written by Helen Evans and Wallace Harvey; produced by Whitstable Museum

Sepia postcard of 'An Eighteen-Gun Sloop-of-War (c.1760)'  CCA-U467/R/7/40  [20th century]

1 doc

Letter referring to notes for Wallace Harvey's work on boats  CCA-U467/R/7/41  25 Feb 1950

1 doc

Contents:
From the Honorary Curator, Herne Bay Records Society, Herne Bay Library

Photocopy of picture and plans of Harvey's Sea Torpedo  CCA-U467/R/7/42  [20th century]

2 docs

Drawing and section of part of a ship's wheel  CCA-U467/R/7/43  [20th century]

1 doc

Diagrams of a ship's wheel  CCA-U467/R/7/44  Oct 1954

3 docs

Contents:
Design for Whitstable Urban District Council's emblem?

'Instructions for Tender, Forms of Tender and Contract, with Specification of Works Etc.' for the 'Construction, Delivery and Maintenance of One River-Water Sampling Motor Launch'  CCA-U467/R/7/46  1957

1 volume

Contents:
Issued by London County Council

Shipping Charts  CCA-U467/R/8  [n.d.]

Chart of 'The Downs'  CCA-U467/R/8/1  1865

1 doc

Contents:
surveyed by Staff Commander Calver. Annotated

Chart of The Swale - Whitstable to Harty Ferry  CCA-U467/R/8/2  1971

1 doc

Contents:
No.2571. Surveyed by Commander R.C. Read, 1968; Lieutenant Commander C.P. Chearnley, 1917

Chart of East Swale - Whitstable to Fowley Avenue  CCA-U467/R/8/3  1945

1 doc

Contents:
No.2571. Surveyed by Lieutenant Commander C.P. Chearnley, 1917. Annotated: on chart in red ink, and on reverse 'ML 592'

'Chart of the East Swale'  CCA-U467/R/8/4  1979

1 doc

Contents:
Drawn by Thomas E. Porter. Annotated on reverse 'Whitstable Bay Tides'

Map of 'East Swale to Fowley Island'  CCA-U467/R/8/5  1918

1 map

Contents:
Records sea depths, sand banks. etc. Surveyed 1917. Endorsed 'T. Porter'

Map of the Isle of Sheppey and Medway Estuary  CCA-U467/R/8/6  1981

1 map

Contents:
Has note 'Most of the land shown in this chart was inundated by the great storm tides of 29 November 1897 and 31 January 1953' Hand drawn, by Brian Porter, with numerous historical and geographical explanations

Chart of the 'Thames: Gravesend to the Nore'  CCA-U467/R/8/7  1863

1 doc

Contents:
Shows river estuary depths. Surveyed by Capatin F. Bullock and Lieutenant E. Borstal, 1833-1840; with additions to 1856. Annotated on reverse 'Medway to the Nore 1833'

Chart of the East Coast: Beachy Head to Newcastle  CCA-U467/R/8/8  1910

1 doc

Contents:
Chart No.29. Mounted on canvas. Annotated

Chart of Whitstable Harbour Depths  CCA-U467/R/8/9  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Annotated on reverse 'James Walker', '1828', 'No.46'

Empty map tube  CCA-U467/R/8/10  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Addressed to Wallace Harvey from Henry Hope and Sons Ltd of Birmingham. Franked in Bristol

The Seasalter Wreck  CCA-U467/R/9  [n.d.]

File titled 'Seasalter Wreck'  CCA-U467/R/9/1  [1960-1970]

1 file

Contents:
Notes, newspaper cuttings, and diagrams relating to the wreck discovered in 1960, speculated (by Wallace Harvey) to be that built for King Charles II in 1674. Also includes newspaper cuttings reporting the raising of the Swedish wreck 'Vasa' from Stockholm harbour in 1961

File titled 'Seasalter Wreck'  CCA-U467/R/9/2  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains an extract from Archaeologia Cantiana, Vol XXI, on Daniel Defoe; typescript notes on the wreck - possibly for a book; and a newspaper cutting, taken from the Evening Telegraph 14 May 1974, reporting on the raising of the 'Brigg Raft' from the Humber. Also includes a list of Whitstable Public Houses

Typescript history of 'The Seasalter Wreck'  CCA-U467/R/9/3  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Annotated in Wallace Harvey's hand: 'From 17th Century Whitstable by Wallace Harvey', 'ref The Black Book of the Admiralty. The Oak Book of Southampton'

Plans and drawings of the Seasalter Wreck/ Robinson Crusoe's ship  CCA-U467/R/9/4  [20th century]

4 docs

Contents:
Hand drawn and coloured/ painted

Enevlope titled 'Seasalter Ship'  CCA-U467/R/9/5  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains two copies of the Whitstable Times and Tankerton & Swalecliffe Press, dated 24 September 1960, reporting on the discovery of a possible royal yacht, built for Charles II in 1674, off shore from Seasalter

Enevlope titled 'Seasalter burial ship'  CCA-U467/R/9/6  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains two newspaper cuttings (undated and unidentified) reporting on the excavation of a Saxon burial ship

Photographs  CCA-U467/R/10  [n.d.]

Contents:
Also includes postcards, newspaper cuttings, and booklets found with the photographs, many of which are held loose within a black album. Details of date of construction, code sign, master's, and owners are given for some ships.

Ships  CCA-U467/R/10/1  [20th century]

4 negatives

Contents:
Black and white

Sailing ship  CCA-U467/R/10/2  Jan 1971

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. In a film developing wallet

Mariner  CCA-U467/R/10/3  [19th century]

1 photograph

Contents:
Stuck onto card. Photograph taken by W. V. Amey of Portsmouth

'Commercial Photography by Douglas West' folder containing material relating to ships  CCA-U467/R/10/4  [1971-1999]

1 file

Contents:
Copy of 'Sea Breezes', November 1971, annotated 'H.K.Daniels'; coloured painting, mounted, of the 'Rose'; two coloured photographs of sailing ships, one annotated by Wallace Harvey 'Channel Islands July 1999'; and three black and white photographs, taken by Douglas West, of blocks

Ships  CCA-U467/R/10/5  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
In a bag, labelled 'Whitstable Merchant Ships'. Also includes two negatives of buildings; and a photocopy of an unknown ship in an envelope addressed to Wallace Harvey

'Conoid'  CCA-U467/R/10/6  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Colour. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Sailing ship  CCA-U467/R/10/7  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Colour. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Two barges  CCA-U467/R/10/8  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Stuck onto paper. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Whitstable Harbour, 1914  CCA-U467/R/10/9  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Colour tint. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/10  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Ship on mud  CCA-U467/R/10/11  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Colour tint. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Harbour Street, Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/10/12  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Stuck onto paper. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Newspaper cutting regarding a painting of barges unloading near the Horsebridge, Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/10/13  10 Jul 1987

1 doc

Contents:
Painting, by Edmund Niemann, purchased by Whutstable Museum. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Ships' masts, Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/14  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Stuck onto paper. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Ship on mud flats  CCA-U467/R/10/15  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Stuck onto paper. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Wooden fishermen's huts, Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/10/16  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Stuck onto paper. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Photocopy of a drawing of 'Types of Whitstable owned Ships'  CCA-U467/R/10/17  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

'Seasalter and Ham Fishery Company' landing oysters at 'Long Beach'  CCA-U467/R/10/18  [early 20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
By Douglas West. Black and white. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

'Stella'  CCA-U467/R/10/19  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
By Douglas West. Black and white. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Copy of a drawing of Whitstable Harbour, 1904  CCA-U467/R/10/20  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Stuck onto the back of a chocolate box. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

H. and H. Gann's, Shipbuilders and Timber Merchants, Steam Saw Mills, 1844  CCA-U467/R/10/21  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Annotated on reverse 'Mc 436'. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Ship on mud  CCA-U467/R/10/22  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Colour tint. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Postcard of the stern of 'Christabel', Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/23  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Various ships', Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/24  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

'By Sea to Whitstable, The Painter's Record'  CCA-U467/R/10/25  1989

1 booklet

Contents:
Produced by Whitstable Museum. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Postcard of ships at sea, 1908  CCA-U467/R/10/26  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Produced by Whitstable Museum. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Boom-rigged barge 'Sally', Tankerton  CCA-U467/R/10/27  [19th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Explanation on reverse. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Hulls of rotting ships  CCA-U467/R/10/28  [20th century]

2 docs

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto paper. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Postcard of the vessel 'Queen Phillipa'  CCA-U467/R/10/29  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Photograph of a painting of the ship 'Conoid', 1899  CCA-U467/R/10/30  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Colour. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Photograph of a painting of the ketch-barge 'Alexandra of Lowestoft', 1913  CCA-U467/R/10/31  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Colour. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Hoy Pier  CCA-U467/R/10/32  [early 20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Taken by the Kent Messenger. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Ships under repair  CCA-U467/R/10/33  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Spenceley's Mast Yard  CCA-U467/R/10/34  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Barque 'Ruby', Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/35  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto a postcard, in a plastic wallet. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Barque 'Ruby', Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/36  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Bremen, Germany, 1892  CCA-U467/R/10/37  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Building the boat 'Stephen and Sarah'  CCA-U467/R/10/38  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Between Horsebridge and Harbour, Whitstable. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Boats in Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/39  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/40  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Postcard of a barge on frozen mudflats in the snow  CCA-U467/R/10/41  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Rotting hulk of a ship  CCA-U467/R/10/42  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Two barges under sail  CCA-U467/R/10/43  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Four barges under sail  CCA-U467/R/10/44  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Reproduction of an engraving of barges, London, 1828  CCA-U467/R/10/45  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Photograph of a painting of the sailing ship 'Charles'  CCA-U467/R/10/46  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Buoy, Whitstable Street  CCA-U467/R/10/47  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Barge under full sail  CCA-U467/R/10/48  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Reproduction of an engraving of the opening of the Oyster Market at Billingsgate, London  CCA-U467/R/10/49  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Taken from the 'Illustrated London News' 12 August 1843. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Postcard of Whitstable Oyster Fleet, 1900  CCA-U467/R/10/50  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto paper. Part of the Douglas West Collection. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

'Speedwell'  CCA-U467/R/10/51  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

'Mary Ann'  CCA-U467/R/10/52  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Whitstable Harbour, 1904  CCA-U467/R/10/53  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

'Emily' at Pelaw Main, Tyne, August 1902  CCA-U467/R/10/54  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Envelope containing photographs of shipbuilding and Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/55  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Consists of a sepia photograph of shipbuilding; and a black and white photograph and reproduction postcard of Whitstable Harboue. Envelope loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Whitstable Bay and Pier Head  CCA-U467/R/10/56  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/57  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Reference 'W.4965'. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Boat constructed by Francis Petit Smith  CCA-U467/R/10/58  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Petit Smith was the inventor of screw propulsion. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

'Rose' and 'Sunderland'  CCA-U467/R/10/59  1901

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Taken from the Whitstable Times, 30 March 1901. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Postcard of Whitstable Harbour, 1918  CCA-U467/R/10/60  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Colour. In a plastic wallet. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Two seamen on the 'Vivid', Whitstable Harbour, 1893  CCA-U467/R/10/61  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Ship under sail  CCA-U467/R/10/62  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Postcards of Whitstable beach  CCA-U467/R/10/63  [20th century]

2 docs

Contents:
Sepia postcard of West Beach, 1903, and colour postcard of Whitstable Bay and Pier Head. Stuck onto paper. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Ships at Whitstable harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/64  [20th century]

2 docs

Contents:
Sepia. One shows vessels in the harbour; one, vessels frozen in the sea. Stuck onto paper. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Postcard of Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/65  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Postcard number 78064. Labelled, incorrectly, as Tankerton. Stuck onto paper. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Barge frozen on mudflats  CCA-U467/R/10/66  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Map of Seasalter Fishery belongiong to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, 1725  CCA-U467/R/10/67  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Ships in Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/68  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. From the Douglas West Collection. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

'Stella'  CCA-U467/R/10/69  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album containing items R/10/6-74

Barge  CCA-U467/R/10/70  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

'Venus' under sail  CCA-U467/R/10/71  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Pier Head, Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/10/72  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto paper. Referenced 'W.4975'. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

'Old Spenceley's'  CCA-U467/R/10/73  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Mounted on card. Loose within a black album (R/10/74) containing items R/10/6-73

Black photograph album  CCA-U467/R/10/74  [20th century]

1 vol

Contents:
Containing items R/10/6-73. Black and white photograph of the vessel 'Ada' stuck onto inside front cover; black and white photograph of a man with a quern stone stuck onto inside back cover

'Edward Holloway's Slip'  CCA-U467/R/10/75  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Henry Cozby Solly's Slip', and the barges 'Excelsior' and 'Snowdrop'  CCA-U467/R/10/76  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Anderson, Rigden and Perkins Slip', 1950, and the barge 'Will Maldon' (Ex Will Everard)  CCA-U467/R/10/77  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Collar's Shipyard, 1899'  CCA-U467/R/10/78  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Site of Spenceley's Yard, 1950', and excavation in 1960  CCA-U467/R/10/79  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Excavation photograph noted '1620-1690. Fore Stay Dead Eye'. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Shipyards and a rough sea  CCA-U467/R/10/80  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. 'Samuel Holloway's Shipyard, 1850'; 'Edward Holloway's Slip'; and a view of a rough sea. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Whitstable Shipping Company' and a Dutch-style topsail sheet block  CCA-U467/R/10/81  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. The block was used on English ships 1651-1661. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Ships and the Pier  CCA-U467/R/10/82  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Harry Clem' by G.H. Walker, 1882, with text details; and photographs of 'The Hoy Pier' and the 'Herbert'. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Hoy Pier'  CCA-U467/R/10/83  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Ex 'Herbert'. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Christabel'  CCA-U467/R/10/84  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. With text details. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Shipbreaking  CCA-U467/R/10/85  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopy of a photograph of the deck house at the Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/86  [pre 1973]

1 doc

Contents:
Annotated. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopy of a photograph of the 'Christabel' going down the slipway  CCA-U467/R/10/87  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopy of a part of a photograph of a ship ashore in front of Whitstable Yacht Club  CCA-U467/R/10/88  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Believed to be the 'Utopia'. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopy of a photograph of the 'Rhodesia' pulled up at Anderson, Rigden and Perkins shipyard  CCA-U467/R/10/89  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopy of a photograph of a vessel capsized in Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/90  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Annotated. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopy of a photograph of a vessel built at Faversham  CCA-U467/R/10/91  [pre 1960]

1 doc

Contents:
Annotated. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopy of a photograph of Anderson, Rigden and Perkins shipyard  CCA-U467/R/10/92  1950s

1 doc

Contents:
Annotated. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopies of a photograph of buildings and boats on the beach looking west from the Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/93  [20th century]

2 docs

Contents:
For photograph see U467/R/10/100. Annotated. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopy of four small photographs of harbour quays  CCA-U467/R/10/94  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Annotated on reverse 'Believed to be unloading steel piling, c.late 1950s'. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopy of photograph of the remains of the sailing barge 'Sally' at West Beach  CCA-U467/R/10/95  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopy of photograph of Long Beach, East Quay  CCA-U467/R/10/96  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopy of photograph of the vessel 'Boxer'  CCA-U467/R/10/97  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Raven'  CCA-U467/R/10/98  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Magazine cutting from 'Sea Breezes', 1946, regarding the vessel 'Lady Quirk' on the reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'John Spenceley's Mast Yard 1850'  CCA-U467/R/10/99  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of sheet block on the reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Buildings and boats on the beach looking west from the Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/100  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. An annotated photocopy of the photograph is catalogued at U467/R/10/93. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Henry Cozby Solley's Slip  CCA-U467/R/10/101  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Building with ships' masts in the background  CCA-U467/R/10/102  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Net drying  CCA-U467/R/10/103  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto card. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Anderson, Rigden and Perkins boat builders, 1950  CCA-U467/R/10/104  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a vessel on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Postcard showing 'Raven' and 'Dolly Varden' at Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/105  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Pasted onto paper. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Rapid'  CCA-U467/R/10/106  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Whitstable Shipping Company' showing the ship 'Hilda'  CCA-U467/R/10/107  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of the remnants of a vessel at Seasalter on the reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Prince Edward Island (Canada) deckhouse  CCA-U467/R/10/108  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Dagmar'  CCA-U467/R/10/109  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Newspaper cutting from the Whitstable Times, 11 January 1980, on the 'Tragedy on Red Sand' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Guide'  CCA-U467/R/10/110  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Rhodesia'  CCA-U467/R/10/111  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Ex 'Sempra Spera'. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Rhodesia' on mud flats at Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/10/112  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Ex 'Sempra Spera'. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Magic'  CCA-U467/R/10/113  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Good Intent'  CCA-U467/R/10/114  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photocopy of a photograph of 'R.J. Perkins Yard'  CCA-U467/R/10/115  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Herbert'  CCA-U467/R/10/116  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Resting on the Mud'  CCA-U467/R/10/117  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of East Quay on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Steam Supercedes Sail'  CCA-U467/R/10/118  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of the entrance to Whitstable Harbour on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

How 'The Jumps' work  CCA-U467/R/10/119  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Unloading coal. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'The Jumps'  CCA-U467/R/10/120  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Shows coal being unloaded onto a railway truck. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'The Jumps' (unloading coal)  CCA-U467/R/10/121  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'The Jumps'  CCA-U467/R/10/122  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Unloading coal. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'The Jumps'  CCA-U467/R/10/123  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Unloading coal. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Several ships  CCA-U467/R/10/124  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of 'Jumping Coal' 1828 on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Ship  CCA-U467/R/10/125  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Unidentified. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Good Intent'  CCA-U467/R/10/126  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Two photographs of vessels with horses and carts unloading (possibly at the Horsebridge) on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Deputy Harbour Master and a steam crane  CCA-U467/R/10/127  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Mouth of the harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/128  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Titled 'Steam v. Brawn'. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Notice titled 'Steam to London from Whitstable to Canterbury'  CCA-U467/R/10/129  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Shows the steam packet 'William the Fourth'. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Magic'  CCA-U467/R/10/130  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Notes on the Copperas Works in Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/10/131  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes

'Raven (2)'  CCA-U467/R/10/132  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Also includes a handwritten testimonial for William Ruff from the Master of the 'Raven', 1893. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Cassandra'  CCA-U467/R/10/133  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Cumberland Lassie'  CCA-U467/R/10/134  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Emma Ernest'  CCA-U467/R/10/135  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

['Emma Ernest']  CCA-U467/R/10/136  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of the stern on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Boxer'  CCA-U467/R/10/137  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Brenda'  CCA-U467/R/10/138  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Flirt'  CCA-U467/R/10/139  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of unspecified vessel on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Girl of the Period'  CCA-U467/R/10/140  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Gratitude'  CCA-U467/R/10/141  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Gratitude'  CCA-U467/R/10/142  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Greenwich'  CCA-U467/R/10/143  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of of a painting of the vessel 'Guide' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Several vessels  CCA-U467/R/10/144  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Includes 'Stag' 'Huntley' 'Lord Churchill' and 'Perseverance'. Four photographs of disasters on reverse, including a cutting from Kent Life, January 1964. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Ship  CCA-U467/R/10/145  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Unidentified. Sepia. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Goldfinch' in 1902  CCA-U467/R/10/146  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Ships  CCA-U467/R/10/147  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Includes 'Zebrina'. Three postcards of Whitstable Harbour on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Utopia'  CCA-U467/R/10/148  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Utopia'  CCA-U467/R/10/149  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Two photographs of an excavation of a boat at Seasalter in March 1973 on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Thames'  CCA-U467/R/10/150  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Thames'  CCA-U467/R/10/151  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Stephen and Sarah'  CCA-U467/R/10/152  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of the vessel 'Sunshine' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Sunshine'  CCA-U467/R/10/153  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Sparkling Foam'  CCA-U467/R/10/154  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Mary A McKay' in Whitstable harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/155  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of vessel 'Mary Annie' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Ibis'  CCA-U467/R/10/156  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Ibis'  CCA-U467/R/10/157  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Hilda'  CCA-U467/R/10/158  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Three photographs of grappling hooks on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Hilda'  CCA-U467/R/10/159  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Sesame'  CCA-U467/R/10/160  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Whitstable men, and the Whitstable Salts  CCA-U467/R/10/161  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Group of men includes Thomas (weasel) Rigden. Photograph on reverse shows a diver reparing a boat. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Oysters being landed east of Whitstable harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/162  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Photograph of three vessels on reverse. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Ships in Whitstable harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/163  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photographs on reverse show work being undertaken in Whitstable harbour [1950s]. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Remains of the vessel 'Sally' at West Beach  CCA-U467/R/10/164  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photographs of the harbour, and a vessel to the west side of the harbour, on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Plan for the harbour, 1828  CCA-U467/R/10/165  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photographs of the harbour on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Lenore'  CCA-U467/R/10/166  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'John Pitcairn' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Matilda Calder'  CCA-U467/R/10/167  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Matilda Calder'  CCA-U467/R/10/168  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'The Moneta' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Rapid'  CCA-U467/R/10/169  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Paragon'  CCA-U467/R/10/170  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Recompense'  CCA-U467/R/10/171  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of the vessel 'Result, built in Ireland in 1893 on reverse. .Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Prince Consort'  CCA-U467/R/10/172  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Raymond'  CCA-U467/R/10/173  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Mary Ann Gann'  CCA-U467/R/10/174  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Onyx'  CCA-U467/R/10/175  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Promise'  CCA-U467/R/10/176  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Joseph'  CCA-U467/R/10/177  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photographs of ships on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Stag' and other ships in the harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/178  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Sparkling Foam' and other ships in the harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/179  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Louisa'  CCA-U467/R/10/180  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Estafette'  CCA-U467/R/10/181  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Postcard of Whitstable, 1906, and a photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Flirt' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Moneta'  CCA-U467/R/10/182  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Lily'  CCA-U467/R/10/183  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Maggie A'  CCA-U467/R/10/184  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Thirza'  CCA-U467/R/10/185  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of the vessel 'Uncle Ned' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Ann and Sophia'  CCA-U467/R/10/186  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Includes negative. Drawing of 'Types of Whitstable owned Ships' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Uncle Ned'  CCA-U467/R/10/187  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Includes negative. Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Undine', 1902, on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Black and white photograph of the vessel 'Onward'  CCA-U467/R/10/188  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Invicta (2)'  CCA-U467/R/10/189  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of the vessel 'Invicta' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Ibis'  CCA-U467/R/10/190  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Hildred'  CCA-U467/R/10/191  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Herbert'  CCA-U467/R/10/192  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Hilda'  CCA-U467/R/10/193  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Fishermen's huts  CCA-U467/R/10/194  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Newspaper cutting from the Whitstable Times, January 1969, regarding the yawl 'Favourite', on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Friendship'  CCA-U467/R/10/195  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of vessels in the mud on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of an engraving of oysters boats at Billingsgate, 1828  CCA-U467/R/10/196  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Postcards of sunset, mooonlight, and the West Beach, at Whitstable on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Good Intent'  CCA-U467/R/10/197  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of three unspecified vessels on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Thames'  CCA-U467/R/10/198  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Thirza'  CCA-U467/R/10/199  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Figurehead of the 'Marcella'  CCA-U467/R/10/200  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Mary Ann (2)' in Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/201  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Lord March'  CCA-U467/R/10/202  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Hilda'  CCA-U467/R/10/203  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of the 'Hilda' on reverse too. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Remains of the vessel 'Humility' at the far end of West Beach  CCA-U467/R/10/204  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of an unpsecified vessel on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Ibis'  CCA-U467/R/10/205  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Isabellas' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Invicta'  CCA-U467/R/10/206  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'John Pitcairn' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Utopia'  CCA-U467/R/10/207  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Emily (2)'  CCA-U467/R/10/208  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of the vessel 'Emma Ernest' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Emma Errnest'  CCA-U467/R/10/209  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Postcards of the Thames Embankment, London, and the 'Emma Ernest' there, on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Undine'  CCA-U467/R/10/210  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of a vessel on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Undine'  CCA-U467/R/10/211  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a vessel on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Undine'  CCA-U467/R/10/212  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of a vessel on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Sela'  CCA-U467/R/10/213  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Sunshine'  CCA-U467/R/10/214  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Lily' 'Alice Watts' and 'Malvoison' on salvage operations  CCA-U467/R/10/215  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Newspaper cutting regarding an old anchor on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Venus (4)'  CCA-U467/R/10/216  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Utopia'  CCA-U467/R/10/217  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Rapid'  CCA-U467/R/10/218  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Rupert'  CCA-U467/R/10/219  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Sancho Panza'  CCA-U467/R/10/220  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Syringa'  CCA-U467/R/10/221  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Sunshine' unloading with horse and cart  CCA-U467/R/10/222  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Sparkling Foam' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Sunshine'  CCA-U467/R/10/223  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Guide'  CCA-U467/R/10/224  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of same vessel on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Girl of the Period'  CCA-U467/R/10/225  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Gilpin'  CCA-U467/R/10/226  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Carmenta'  CCA-U467/R/10/227  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Charles'  CCA-U467/R/10/228  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Coila'  CCA-U467/R/10/229  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Cornucopia'  CCA-U467/R/10/230  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of 'Cumberland Lassie' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Empress (2)'  CCA-U467/R/10/231  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Cassandra'  CCA-U467/R/10/232  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Alpha (2)'  CCA-U467/R/10/233  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of 'Aneroid' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Dolly Varden'  CCA-U467/R/10/234  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Ex 'Sante Rose'. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Masonic'  CCA-U467/R/10/235  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of an unidentified ship on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Marcella'  CCA-U467/R/10/236  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Venus'  CCA-U467/R/10/237  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Wallands'  CCA-U467/R/10/238  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Vesta'  CCA-U467/R/10/239  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of 'Vivid' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'William Dyer'  CCA-U467/R/10/240  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Willie (1)'  CCA-U467/R/10/241  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Willie (1)' in Whitstable Harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/242  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Willie (2)'  CCA-U467/R/10/243  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Two photographs of 'Zebrina' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Zebrina'  CCA-U467/R/10/244  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of the same vessel on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Ship constructed by Francis Petit Smith  CCA-U467/R/10/245  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Petit Smith was the inventor of the screw propulsion. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Tweed'  CCA-U467/R/10/246  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a general scene of ships on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Alice H'  CCA-U467/R/10/247  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Drawing of types of Whitstable owned sailing craft on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Gratitude'  CCA-U467/R/10/248  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Greenwich' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'The Oldest Railway station in the World'  CCA-U467/R/10/249  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Shows the station at the Whitstable end of the Canterbury and Whitstable Railway. Photograph of Whitstable Harbour with the vessels 'Ada', 'Alice H', 'Dolly Vardon', and 'Eagle' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Alice Watts'  CCA-U467/R/10/250  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Alpha (2)'  CCA-U467/R/10/251  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Aneroid'  CCA-U467/R/10/252  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Aneroid'  CCA-U467/R/10/253  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Bella'  CCA-U467/R/10/254  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

The sea to the west of Whitstable Harbour in rough weather  CCA-U467/R/10/255  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a group of seamen aboard 'Brenda' on reverse (for an explanation of this photograph see entry for U467/R/5/3). Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Boxer'  CCA-U467/R/10/256  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Blonde'  CCA-U467/R/10/257  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Brocklesby'  CCA-U467/R/10/258  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph the wreck of the 'Carmenta', Sizewell, 23 February 1916. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Black photograph album  CCA-U467/R/10/259  [20th century]

1 vol

Contents:
Containing items R/10/260-337. Black and white photograph of the Whitstable Oyster Grounds stuck onto inside front cover

The Horsebridge  CCA-U467/R/10/260  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Four colour postcards on reverse, one labelled 'Whitstable Harbour'. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

The Horsebridge  CCA-U467/R/10/261  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. One colour, and one sepia, postcard of Whitstable on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the salving of the cargo ship 'Darling Downs'  CCA-U467/R/10/262  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of Wallace Harvey and another man, with a lump of stone, on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

The raising of the Girdler Lightship  CCA-U467/R/10/263  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a group of men with a diver (at Whitstable) on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'John Dixon' on frozen beach  CCA-U467/R/10/264  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a piece of salvaged metal on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Group of men, including Thomas (Weazel) Rigden  CCA-U467/R/10/265  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a piece of salvaged ship on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of the vessel 'Triton'  CCA-U467/R/10/266  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Hotspur'  CCA-U467/R/10/267  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Correspondence regarding the identity of an old steamer  CCA-U467/R/10/268  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Handwritten letter toWallace Harvey from Charles [Traill]

Magazine article titled 'Kent's Forgotten Nautical Pioneer'  CCA-U467/R/10/269  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
On Francis Petit Smith. By Alan Major. Magazine unidentified.

Shipbuilding  CCA-U467/R/10/270  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a sheet block on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Hayward's Rope Factory  CCA-U467/R/10/271  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Sepia photograph of ships on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Unloading the Whitstable Hoy  CCA-U467/R/10/272  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Copy of a drawing of an estuary type beam trawl  CCA-U467/R/10/273  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Four postcards of Whitstable on reverse: oyster dredging, oyster fleet at work, oyster boats at sunset, and evening scene. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Ships, 1910  CCA-U467/R/10/274  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Includes 'Stormy Petrel'. Photograph of the vessel 'Cambria' on reverse. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Ships, 1910  CCA-U467/R/10/275  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photographs on reverse show: the figuehead of the vessel 'Chance' in a building next to the old Assembly Rooms; the Oyster Company building (prior to its extension), the Horsebridge, and Stag Inn; painting of Whitstable oyster boats, 1881. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Ships  CCA-U467/R/10/276  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Five black and white photographs. On reverse are: photograph of a whale or dolphin; photograph of ships; colour postacrd titled 'Fishing off Whitstable'; newspaper cutting, Whitstable Times, 11 December 1981, reporting the 'Sad Decline of a Famous Industry'. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

The Oyster Fleet  CCA-U467/R/10/277  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. On reverse are: postcard of views of Whitstable Oyster Fishery Company; sepia photograph of medals awarded to the company; two photographs of a man called Alfred. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

The Oyster Fleet, 1890  CCA-U467/R/10/278  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of men with ropes and a capstan on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Monarch'  CCA-U467/R/10/279  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of an illustration 'Oyster Day - please to remember the grotto', taken from 'The Illustrated News' 2 August 1851, on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Royal Native' and 'Rose and Ada'  CCA-U467/R/10/280  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photographs embossed 'West and Son, Whitstable'. Four postcards on reverse show Whitstable oyster boats, 'Flossy', 'Pet', and 'Stormy Petrel. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'St. Agnes'  CCA-U467/R/10/281  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of same ship on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Wreck of the 'St. Agnes', Tankerton, 7 November 1952  CCA-U467/R/10/282  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. On reverse are Whitstable postcards of: rowing boats, bringing oysters ashore, the vessel 'Ann Elizabeth', and views of the Whitstable Oyster Fishery Company. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Oysters being landed  CCA-U467/R/10/283  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia

Night scene  CCA-U467/R/10/284  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white

Barges at the Horsebridge, 1960  CCA-U467/R/10/285  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Barge 'Swimhead'  CCA-U467/R/10/286  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Barge, 'Swimhead'  CCA-U467/R/10/287  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Dimensions of sails for the barge 'Kathleen'  CCA-U467/R/10/288  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Taken by Douglas West Studios

Modern barges with wide transome  CCA-U467/R/10/289  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a sea scene on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Frozen sea, 1895  CCA-U467/R/10/290  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Remains of the vessel 'Old Sally', West Beach, 1951  CCA-U467/R/10/291  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'W.H. Randall'  CCA-U467/R/10/292  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of Whitstable Harbour on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Whitstable Harbour, Whit Sunday 1949, showing the Daniel Brothers Fleet  CCA-U467/R/10/293  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of Whitstable at sunset on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Whitstable, east of the harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/294  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Whelk boats, 1900  CCA-U467/R/10/295  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Two men and a ship at Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/10/296  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Article on reverse regarding whelkers at Whitstable (article unidentified and undated). Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Whelk boats, 1949  CCA-U467/R/10/297  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Three photographs of Whitstable harbour on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Whelk pots  CCA-U467/R/10/298  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. On reverse: two postcards show ships, one shows Tankerton. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Whelk huts  CCA-U467/R/10/299  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. On reverse are: postcard of the yacht 'Heron'; photograph of bathing machines on the beach, and sailing boats east of the harbour; two photographs of a group of people with the yacht 'Heron'. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Rascal'  CCA-U467/R/10/300  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of Whitstable Yachting Week, 1959, and six photographs of ships on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'The Mascot', 1906  CCA-U467/R/10/301  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of beach scene, and three photographs of yachts at Whitstable Yacht Club, 1961,on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Yachts titled 'Running Before the Wind'  CCA-U467/R/10/302  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Two photographs. Black and white. On reverse are photographs of: Whitstable Yacht club, August 1961 and 1962; view west of the harbour; ship off Tankerton. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

G.W.T. Gisby in 'Jacqueline II'  CCA-U467/R/10/303  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. On reverse are photographs of: Whitstable Yacht club, August 1961 and 1963, and a beach scene. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

C.P. Murch in 'Mischief'  CCA-U467/R/10/304  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. On reverse are photographs of yachts, and Whitstable Yacht club. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Merlin Rocket'  CCA-U467/R/10/305  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. On reverse are photographs of yachts, ships, and Whitstable Yacht club. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Flying Dutchman'  CCA-U467/R/10/306  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. On reverse are four photographs showing aerial views of Whitstable harbour and surrounding area, 1952. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Yachts off Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/10/307  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. By Douglas West. Photographs of railway lines and a level crossing; Whitstable harbour, 1951; and the vessel 'Water Lily' on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Anchors and chains titled 'Strength and Safety'  CCA-U467/R/10/308  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of West Beach on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Typed note titled 'Accident by Fire March 12 1855'  CCA-U467/R/10/309  [20th century]

1 doc

Ship  CCA-U467/R/10/310  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Unidentified

Colour postcard titled 'Dredging Boats off to Work, Whitstable'  CCA-U467/R/10/311  [20th century]

1 doc

Newspaper cutting reporting that a copper token is linked to Lloyds agent for shipping  CCA-U467/R/10/312  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Newspaper undated and unidentified

Ships under construction  CCA-U467/R/10/313  [20th century]

1 doc

Handwritten list of names  CCA-U467/R/10/314  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Appear to be taken from 19th century census material

Newspaper article on the history of 'Anderson, Rigden and Perkins', boatbuilders of Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/10/315  9 Dec 1977

1 doc

Contents:
Taken from the 'Times and Observer'

Russian cargo boat 'Kohctahtnh Kopwyhob'  CCA-U467/R/10/316  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Taken by Perrett and Neves Ltd.

Ship under sail  CCA-U467/R/10/317  [20th century]

1 doc

Postcard of the harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/318  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Reference number B/R 35

Postcard of the harbour  CCA-U467/R/10/319  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Reference number B/R 32

Handwritten notes regarding Seasalter Battery  CCA-U467/R/10/320  [20th century]

1 doc

Photograph of a drawing titled 'Coasting Traders, 1828, London Bridge'  CCA-U467/R/10/321  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Copy of a drawing titled 'Oyster Dredging in Whitstable Bay', taken from 'The Illustrated London News', 7 August 1847, on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a drawing titled 'Whitstable Fishing Boats, 1847'  CCA-U467/R/10/322  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Five sepia photographs of ships on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Oyster dredging in Whitstable Bay  CCA-U467/R/10/323  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Taken from 'The Illustrated Times' 21 January 1863. On the reverse are photographs of the interior and exterior of the 'Royal Native Oyster Stores' at the Horsebridge. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Invicta', and a copy of a drawing titled 'Whitstable Oyster Dredge'  CCA-U467/R/10/324  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sepia. On the reverse are colour postcards of Whitstable: oyster dredging boats, including the 'Mary Ann'; dredging boats off to work; the oyster fleet; landing oysters. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Rowing boats  CCA-U467/R/10/325  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. On the reverse is a sepia postcard of the vessel 'Eventide' off Tankerton; and a black and white photograph titled 'Oysters Sir?', taken from the 'Illustrated London News' 1861. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Speedwell'  CCA-U467/R/10/326  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Two photographs. Black and white. Owned by the Seasalter and Ham Oyster Fishery Company. On the reverse are postcards of: oyster dredging; the packing of oysters; interior view of the Seasalter and Ham Oyster Fishery Company's oyster stores; model of a bronze Goss-ware pot, stamped with the seal of the Corporation of Dredgers of Whitstable, 1793'. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a drawing 'Diving on the Royal George, 1839'  CCA-U467/R/10/327  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a rock with a hole in it (a fishing weight?) on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Shield'  CCA-U467/R/10/328  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Sheet also contains a newspaper cutting, taken from the 'Whitstable Times' 21 December 1979, titled 'Memories of Oysters and the 15 hour days', being the memories of Arthur Freeman. On the reverse are photographs of various vessels, including 'Rose and Ada', 'Clyde', 'St. Agnes', 'Armoral' and 'Three Brothers'. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

'Violet'  CCA-U467/R/10/329  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photographs of a vessel, and landing oysters on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Train carriages in the station at Whitstable  CCA-U467/R/10/330  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. The Canterbury and Whitstable Railway. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

The mouth of the Gorrell Stream  CCA-U467/R/10/331  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Showing an old sluice, now the Gorrell Tank Car Park. Also shows Westgate Terrace. On the reverse is a newspaper cutting, from the 'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Observer', 22 July 1977, on the 1000 year old Graveney Boat. Black and white. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Unloading the Whitstable Hoy  CCA-U467/R/10/332  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Sepia postcard of the sun setting at Whitstable on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Lighthouse  CCA-U467/R/10/333  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of a house, with railway lines on either side, (and possibly coke oven chimneys in the background) on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Photograph of a painting of Whitstable Harbour, 1834  CCA-U467/R/10/334  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Photograph of an aerial view of the harbour and its surroundings on reverse. Stuck onto loose photograph album sheet. Subsequently used in Wallace Harvey's 'Merchant Ships of Whitstable'

Whitstable Yacht Club, 1961  CCA-U467/R/10/335  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white

Ships  CCA-U467/R/10/336  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white

Postcard of a model of 'H.M.S. Fantome' 1839  CCA-U467/R/10/337  [20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white

Slides  CCA-U467/R/11  [n.d.]

Sheet of slides  CCA-U467/R/11/1  [19th-20th century]

1 file

35mm slides

Contents:
Plastic slide sheet containing images of a map, 'Whitstable Barge', Types of Whitstable Owned Sailing Craft' Seasalter Wreck?, 'Spenceleys 1860', 'Emily', 'Kingshead Beach 1960', 'Site of Brownings Yard 1964', and a waterway. Seven black and white glass transparencies, and one plastic and one card mounted colour transparenices.

Writers, Music and Art  CCA-U467/S  [n.d.]

Contents:
Items associated with literature, music and the arts which may or may not be connected with Whitstable. Includes hymn sheets, novels, photographic reproductions, notes on authors and correspondence with artists.

Writers  CCA-U467/S/1  [n.d.]

Individual Writers  CCA-U467/S/1/1  [n.d.]

Whitstable seaman's autobiography  CCA-U467/S/1/1/1  1938

1 vol

Contents:
Book with photographs titled 'A son of the sea' the life story of Captain S H Belson who lived and grew up in Whitstable. The book was published by Ridouts Limited of Whitstable.

Blake's gravestone  CCA-U467/S/1/1/2  [mid 20th century]

1 photo

Contents:
Black and white photograph of William Blake's gravestone.

Children's book  CCA-U467/S/1/1/3  [1940s]

1 vol

Contents:
'The Adventures of Billy Bunter' by Anthony Cowdery signed and dated by the author.

Defoe and Seasalter  CCA-U467/S/1/1/4  [late 20th century]

2 docs

Contents:
Photocopy of Kentish Gazette article plus pages 13, 14 67 and 68 of an unidentified book. Both discuss links with Seasalter and the writings of Daniel Defoe.

Subject file titled 'The Mystery of Robinson Crusoe'  CCA-U467/S/1/1/5  [mid-late 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Includes seven typescripts which link Defoe and 'Robinson Crusoe' with Whitstable plus extracts from 'A Provincial Glossary' by Francis Grose, 1787 which is specific to Whitstable. Within the file there are also two sets of notes about the Seasalter wreck, a copy of 'Extracts from the Manor Records of the Corporation of the Free Fishers and Dredgers of Whitstable' and four post cards showing beach shots of Whitstable.

Subject file titled 'Seasalter and Daniel Defoe'  CCA-U467/S/1/1/6  [late 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Three typescripts discussing Crusoe, Defoe and Seasalter. With two copies of 'Extracts from the Manor Records of the Corporation of the Free Fishers and Dredgers of Whitstable' plus a transcript copy of taxes paid for poor relief in 1697 and a table of fees payable to the water bayliff in 1631.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/1/1/7  [1987-1997]

1 sheet

Contents:
Article about possible link with Seasalter family Cruso or Crowso and Defoe's hero Crusoe.

Envelope titled 'Daniel Defoe, Richard Maidstone, James II'  CCA-U467/S/1/1/8  [mid-late 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Handwritten notes which include biographical details of Defoe's life. In particular marriages and burials of Cruso or similar names in Seasalter contemporaneous with Defoe. There is also a family tree which begins with John Cruso of the early 1600s. Other sets of notes include details of the new Vicarage for All Saints Church in 1871 and part of a pad with a list of Whitstable marriages between 1742 and 1828, lists of pubs and cottages with their tenants and a list of alley name changes. There are also notes on Richard Maidstone a custom boatman in Whitstable in 1690, the Adley and Ludd families and the visit by James II to Faversham in 1688.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/1/1/9  [mid-late 20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Article linked with Defoe about how Mrs Bargrove of Canterbury was visited by a ghost.

Defoe notes  CCA-U467/S/1/1/10  [late 20th century]

4 docs, 1 sheet

Contents:
Includes notes on Defoe regarding the great storm of 1703 and a newspaper cutting of Holy Cross School in Canterbury.

Subject file titled 'Charles Dickens and Whitstable'  CCA-U467/S/1/1/11  1982

1 file

Contents:
Contains one newspaper cutting about Charles Dickens and the discovery in Middle Wall of part of a bottle made at the factory where Dickens laboured as a child.

File titled 'The Whitstable of Charles Dickens'  CCA-U467/S/1/1/12  [late 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
File containing handwritten notes about Dickens in Whitstable and the people with whom he associated.

File titled 'Charles Dickens and Whitstable 1859-1959'  CCA-U467/S/1/1/13  [mid 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Typed and handwritten notes on Dickens, his feelings about Whitstable and his death. Includes a newspaper cutting about the location of Uriah Heep's cottage in Canterbury plus two other Whitstable related cuttings.

File titled 'Charles Dickens and Whitstable'  CCA-U467/S/1/1/14  [mid-late 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Typed and handwritten notes plus newspaper cuttings detailing Dickens' trivia. In particular cuttings about Ellen Ternan his mistress and Whitstable friends including Wallace Bell the diver. Loose inside the file is a bookmark which shows Dickens and a picture of his house and secured into the file there is also a typed extract about Whitstable Court Day from the 'Kentish Gazette' of 26th July, 1859.

'Canterbury and Charles Dickens'  CCA-U467/S/1/1/15  1927

1 vol

Contents:
A booklet written by the Reverend S Gordon Wilson and published by the Canterbury and District Chamber of Trade in Burgate in Canterbury. This guidebook highlights the landmarks and locations referred to in Dickens' fiction alongside photographs and captions.

File titled 'Jane Eyre and Whitstable'  CCA-U467/S/1/1/16  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Includes biographical handwritten notes and an article from the 'Daily Express' of June 8th 1999 about Charlotte Bronte. There is a copy of Brodie's Notes on 'Jane Eyre' with photocopies of several trade directories for Whitstable interleaved. In addition the file contains correspondence regarding the Rev William Carus Wilson and the Rev Will Temple both of whom appear as characters in Bronte's work in particular the later in Jane Eyre, where the founding of the school is based on Whitstable's endowed school begun in 1845. Furthermore there is a cutting from the telegraph, notes on the history of education in Whitstable and correspondence between the endowed school and Wallace.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/1/1/17  8 Oct 1949

1 sheet

Contents:
'Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press' cutting about a book of tomb stone inscriptions by William Graham of the nineteenth century.

File titled 'Francis Grose 1731-1791 FAS'  CCA-U467/S/1/1/18  [late 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
A brief note on Francis Grose plus various notes on Daniel Defoe and Whitstable roads and shore. Included in the file are the 1986/87 end of year accounts for the Graveney Court Lodge, a list of marriages and facts about the umbrella.

Envelope titled 'Sir Henry Irving'  CCA-U467/S/1/1/19  [early 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Contains a booklet with photographs about Irving from 1912 with the order of service for his own funeral interleaved, a comic book from the Savoy Hotel by Wimperis and Hassall of 1915 with a page devoted to Irving and a signed postcard of the actor. Includes an original envelope.

Magazine pages and newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/1/1/20  Dec 1934

2 sheets

Contents:
Cutting from the 'Daily Telegraph' of 22nd December which includes an article about Charles Lamb plus pages 3 to 6 of the 'Supplement to John O' London's Weekly' of the 1st December which similarly contains a section on Charles and Mary Lamb.

Magazine pages  CCA-U467/S/1/1/21  1st Dec 1934

1 sheet

Contents:
Illustrated article on pages 1,2,7 and 8 of the 'Supplement to John O' London's Weekly' entirely devoted to Charles Lamb.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/1/1/22  27 Mar 1981

1 sheet

Contents:
An illustrated article from the 'Whitstable Times' about William Somerset Maugham and his life in Whitstable in the 19th century.

Mother Shipton  CCA-U467/S/1/1/23  [mid 20th century]

1 vol

Contents:
Booklet titled 'The Life and Prophecies of Ursula Sontheil better known as Mother Shipton'.

Whitstable children's book  CCA-U467/S/1/1/24  [early-mid 20th century]

1 vol

Contents:
Book titled 'The Saucy Sarah Sails' by John and Griselda. Set in Whistable with pictures, maps and mention of Mr Goldfinch.

Poetry and Rhymes  CCA-U467/S/1/2  [n.d.]

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/1/2/1  [19th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
A poem titled 'The Temperance Campaign'.

Offprint  CCA-U467/S/1/2/2  14 Jun 1874

1 doc

Contents:
Sheet titled 'These Lines Suggested by seeing the Commander and his Wife, and a portion of the Crew of the Barque 'Alphington' of London, Attending Public Worship in the Yarra Street Wesleyan Chapel, Geelong'.

Typescript poem  CCA-U467/S/1/2/3  [mid 20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Sheet titled 'mateing or round songs' which forms part of a letter which is signed by Wallace Harvey.

Nursery Rhymes  CCA-U467/S/1/2/4  [late 20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Handwritten sheet of children's rhymes.

General  CCA-U467/S/1/3  [n.d.]

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/1/3/1  8 Oct 1948

1 sheet

Contents:
Article and photograph from the 'Kent Messenger' about Mr Huth of Shadoxhurst thought to be the last stone lithograph printer in England.

Notebook of cuttings  CCA-U467/S/1/3/2  [late 19th century]

1 vol

Contents:
Includes proverbs and poems affixed into a 'Philips Home Colonial' copy book which is illustrated with Britannia sitting on her chariot.

Envelope of cuttings  CCA-U467/S/1/3/3  1963-1997

1 file

Contents:
Envelope titled 'writers' which contains 23 cuttings and one photocopy about local publications and authors, musicians and entertainers. Articles also include the reopening of Canterbury Cathedral Library, a discovery of ancient books in Tower House and Wallace Harvey's honorary MA from the University of Kent.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/1/3/4  [mid-late 20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Article about an auction at Tudor House in Bearsted where various Whitstable related items were sold.

Music  CCA-U467/S/2  [n.d.]

Contents:
Notes on the history of hymns and church music, choirs, and singing. Includes music scores. The items are predominantly associated with Kent but a few are international.

Hymns and Church Music  CCA-U467/S/2/1  [n.d.]

Contents:
Some items relate to Thomas Clark. More material for Thomas Clark can be found in 'Local Families'.

Typescript notes  CCA-U467/S/2/1/1  [mid-late 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
An essay about the history of Psalms and hymns plus a Bible study on Solomon in original envelope.

Hymn book  CCA-U467/S/2/1/2  [early-mid 20th century]

1 vol

Contents:
Booklet titled 'The Old Tunes' with a list of hymns interleaved.

Poster  CCA-U467/S/2/1/3  [mid 20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Poster titled 'Three New Hymn Tunes by Margaret K Davies' with her handwritten address on the reverse.

File titled 'A Nest of Canterbury Singing Birds'  CCA-U467/S/2/1/4  [mid 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Includes two pages of notes titled as above which describe the Canterbury Cathedral Choir. In addition there are notes on seven Canterbury hymn tune writers including Edward Perronet aswell as various hymns. There is also some correspondence concerning Thomas Clark and Ethelbert Bullinger.

File titled 'The Old Hymn Tunes'  CCA-U467/S/2/1/5  [mid 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Hymns pasted onto pages annotated by Wallace Harvey plus notes on the Hugenot Psalter and typescript pages about Martin Luther. The file also contains a letter from A F Gray to Wallace about the history of the Manor House at Chestfield, on the reverse of the letter there is a part draft of Wallace's reply.

File titled 'German Hymn Tunes'  CCA-U467/S/2/1/6  [mid 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Includes essays titled 'The Roots of our Hymns' and 'Beginnings of our Hymn Book' plus an offprint '1524 and 1537 Two Early Hymn-Books' by Sydney Moore. The file also contains handwritten notes on Ambrosius Lobwasser.

Early church music  CCA-U467/S/2/1/7  [late 20th century]

5 docs

Contents:
West Gallery Music Association publicity materials plus miscellaneous correspondence under the general heading of early church music. There are some references to Thomas Clark.

Rough notes  CCA-U467/S/2/1/8  [mid 20th century]

3 sheets

Contents:
Includes notes about the Cathedral clergy which include Clark, a list of organists and some accounts belonging to Thomas Finch Cozens of Love Lane in Canterbury.

File titled 'Whitstable Church Kentish Harmony'  CCA-U467/S/2/1/9  [mid 20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Four typescript part copies of the 'Printed Book of Tunes' by John Hussey, Canterbury 1796 alongside one typescript copy of 'John Hussey's Manuscript Book' Boughton 1787. The file also contains handwritten notes on Psalms and hymns, a list of marriages and a list of boats alongside Kemp family names.

Choirs  CCA-U467/S/2/2  [n.d.]

Notes  CCA-U467/S/2/2/1  [late 20th century]

10 pages

Contents:
Notes on Edward Perronet and his associates in Canterbury, the English Hymnal and the families Jutson and Bentley. On the reverse of the family notes there is a printed invitation from the East Kent Masters' Lodge.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/2/2/2  6 May 1933

1 sheet, 1 envelope

Contents:
Article about a visit of the Canterbury Male Voice Choir to Whistable. Includes an envelope with Wallace Harvey's writing.

General  CCA-U467/S/2/3  [n.d.]

Letter  CCA-U467/S/2/3/1  9 Jan 1983

1 doc

Contents:
Letter to Wallace Harvey about the Cannibal Islands Lampoon.

Staves of music  CCA-U467/S/2/3/2  [late 20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Two staves of unidentified music on an otherwise unmarked piece of paper.

Art  CCA-U467/S/3  [n.d.]

Contents:
Photographs of art works, notes on artists, and items relating to sculptures and exhibitions.

Artists  CCA-U467/S/3/1  [n.d.]

Collection brochure  CCA-U467/S/3/1/1  1990

1 vol

Contents:
Collection brochure titled 'National Gallery Master Paintings from the collection of Wynn Ellis of Whitstable'. Includes illustrations of Wynn Ellis himself and Tankerton Castle.

Notes  CCA-U467/S/3/1/2  [mid 20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Two paragraphs of typed notes about George Hogarth.

Dudley Pout print  CCA-U467/S/3/1/3  [late 20th century]

3 sheets, 1 label

Contents:
Signed print of 'Threshing in Kent' with a photocopy of an illustrated article about Pout from 'Kent Life' of August 1979, a letter to Pout from Wallace and a postage label.

Dudley Pout prints  CCA-U467/S/3/1/4  [late 20th century]

2 sheets

Contents:
'Threshing in Kent' and 'The Fitting' both signed copies.

Dan Sherrin's paintings  CCA-U467/S/3/1/5  [late 20th century]

5 photos

Contents:
Five colour photographs of Dan Sherrin's paintings. Two of the pictures are landscapes with mountains and cattle, one is a landscape with a pond and trees, one a landscape with church, and the fifth is a thatched cottage with yellow and blue flowers.

Letters  CCA-U467/S/3/1/6  1830-1842

3 docs, 4 copies

Contents:
A letter from Daniel Sherrin to his brother John with two photocopies, part of a letter in French from Daniel Sherrin addressed to his brother with a photocopy of the complete original and a letter from John Sherrin to his mother with a photocopy. Addresses given as Clapham and Wandsworth.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/3/1/7  20 Nov 1997

1 sheet

Contents:
Illustrated article from the 'Whitstable Times' which appeals for information about the local artist Dan Sherrin and in particular the whereabouts of what was possibly his only portrait.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/3/1/8  5 Dec 1986

1 sheet

Contents:
Article from the 'Extra' with photograph about the artist Dan Sherrin and the Dawson Monoplane.

Line engravings  CCA-U467/S/3/1/9  [early-mid 20th century]

7 docs

The engraving 'Bismanen' is fragile.

Contents:
Pure line engravings signed by Frank Willis and described in his handwriting on the reverse in pencil. Subjects are Christ, Rembrandt, the Burgermeister of Haarlem, an old man, Bismanen,, Stoke Regis Church Buckinghamshire and Windsor Castle. Many are copies of Rembrandt and Guido Reni.

Still life photos  CCA-U467/S/3/1/10  [late 20th century]

6 photos

Contents:
Photographs of Old Masters.

Victoria and Albert Museum picture book  CCA-U467/S/3/1/11  March 1928

1 vol

Contents:
'A Picture Book of Early Victorian Paintings' an edition from the Museum's publication series.

Sculpture  CCA-U467/S/3/2  [n.d.]

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/3/2/1  23 Jan 1992

1 sheet

Contents:
Article and photograph about Nigel Hobbins a local Whitstable wood sculptor commissioned to carve a series of panels for the Keams Yard car park.

Exhibitions  CCA-U467/S/3/3  [n.d.]

Letter  CCA-U467/S/3/3/1  20 Nov 1950

1 doc

Contents:
Letter to Wallace Harvey from Sir William Russell Flint of Campden Hill in London declining an invitation to take part in a proposed art exhibition.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/S/3/3/2  [1991]

1 sheet

Contents:
Two articles with photographs, one promoting the Whitstable Museum 'Image 91' exhibition which included contributions from Norma Fryer and the other reviewing the Whitstable Art Society show.

Canterbury  CCA-U467/T  [n.d.]

Contents:
Diverse material relating to Canterbury. Includes Tyler Hill. The documents were created in the 18th to 20th centuries although some refer to earlier events in history.

Canterbury Cathedral  CCA-U467/T/1  [n.d.]

Cathedral pageant  CCA-U467/T/1/1  [mid 20th century]

1 photo

Contents:
Photograph of unidentified group of people from Birchington whose contribution to the pageant was to enact the visitation of Saint Joan by three angels in fifteenth century France.

Newspaper cuttings  CCA-U467/T/1/2  [1940s]

2 docs

Contents:
Article on the gift of a painting by Lord Bennett and photograph of the bomb damage to the Cathedral Precincts in Burgate.

'Canterbury Cathedral in the Middle Ages'  CCA-U467/T/1/3  1949

1 vol

Contents:
Booklet by CS Phillips which describes the history of the church of the priory of Christ Church. Inscribed by the author to Mrs Gardiner.

Service Programme  CCA-U467/T/1/4  27 Jun 1961

1 vol

Contents:
Enthronement of Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury.

Service Programme  CCA-U467/T/1/5  11 Jul 1946

1 vol

Contents:
Service of thanksgiving for the preservation of the Cathedral from destruction in World War II.

Music book  CCA-U467/T/1/6  7 Jun 1887

1 vol

Contents:
'The Psalms, Canticles, Hymns, Anthem, etc' to be sung at the service in Canterbury Cathedral on Tuesday, June 7, 1887. Being the twenty-first Festival of Parochial Choirs of the Canterbury Diocesan Choral Union.

Pages from a book  CCA-U467/T/1/7  [mid 20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Photographs of the Prior Sellingegate, Norman Gateway, Library and staircase.

Newspaper cuttings  CCA-U467/T/1/8  2 Feb 1979

2 sheets

Contents:
Articles on the Cathedral bells and bellringers from the 'Kentish Gazette, Herne Bay Press and Whitstable Press'.

Exhibition catalogue  CCA-U467/T/1/9  Jun 1971

1 vol

Contents:
Titled 'Exhibition of Treasures' for the Thomas Becket Anniversary held in the Cathedral Library. The exhibition included documents, books and artefacts. On the reverse of the catalogue are notes by Wallace Harvey about the Dean and Chapter Estates including Seasalter.

Cathedral Organ  CCA-U467/T/1/10  [20th century]

3 docs

Contents:
Photograph looking down on the organ plus two organ recital programmes dated 24th May, 1906 and 20th February, 1953.

Religious Orders  CCA-U467/T/2  [n.d.]

'The Dominican Monastery (Black Friars) Canterbury'  CCA-U467/T/2/1  [early 20th century]

1 vol

Contents:
History booklet with photographs.

'The House of the Grey Friars Canterbury'  CCA-U467/T/2/2  1937

1 vol

Contents:
History booklet with photographs by Katharine French. Second edition by Courier Printing and Publishing Co Ltd in Tunbridge Wells.

Canterbury Churches  CCA-U467/T/3  [n.d.]

Historical guide  CCA-U467/T/3/1  [post 1958]

1 vol

Contents:
'The Story of St Margaret's Church Canterbury and its worshippers through the centuries'. Largely researched by Mr Kaehler, church organist and Mr Blore of the Cathedral Archives. Published by Gibbs and Sons Ltd in Orange Street, Canterbury.

Off-print  CCA-U467/T/3/2  12 Jun 1790

1 doc

Contents:
Epitaths in St Mildred's Church in Canterbury.

Organs  CCA-U467/T/4  [n.d.]

Canterbury Organs  CCA-U467/T/4/1  [20th Century]

1 file

Contents:
Includes details of various church organs in or near Canterbury plus many items about the Cathedral organ and organists. Within the file there is an envelope labelled 'Kent Organs' which contains general printed material with photographs about organs in Kent and Sussex plus a handwritten list of organists.

Methodism  CCA-U467/T/5  [n.d.]

'The Story of Canterbury Methodism'  CCA-U467/T/5/1  1970

1 vol

Contents:
Originally written by John A Vickers in 1961 and reprinted in 1970. Published by The Elvy and Gibbs Partnership in Orange Street, Canterbury. On the back cover and interleaved postcards are notes written by Wallace Harvey about organs, burials and Canterbury families Parnell, Pennington, Bissaker, Dendy, Dowsett.

King's School  CCA-U467/T/6  [n.d.]

'The Cantuarian'  CCA-U467/T/6/1  Dec 1953

1 vol

Contents:
King's School magazine Vol XXV number 4. Endorsed 'D J Williams'. Printed by Gibbs and Sons at 16 Orange Street in Canterbury.

'King's Week' Programme  CCA-U467/T/6/2  Jul 1974

1 sheet

Contents:
Details events and exhibitions with map of school and Cathedral grounds.

Canterbury Archaeological Trust  CCA-U467/T/7  [n.d.]

Newspaper page  CCA-U467/T/7/1  13 Oct 1978

1 sheet

Contents:
'Kentish Observer, Whitstable Times, Tankerton and Swalecliffe Press' pages 31 and 32 only. Article and photograph of the Castle Street and Rosemary Lane excavation which uncovered the Roman theatre, a Saxon settlement plus unusual human and animal remains.

Roman Canterbury  CCA-U467/T/8  [n.d.]

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/T/8/1  10 Jun 1949

1 sheet

Contents:
Unidentified local paper article titled 'Mayor opens famous Roman pavement in Butchery Lane'. Endorsed with date.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/T/8/2  [mid/late 20th Century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Article on the excavation of the bombed site of the Rose Hotel in Canterbury where a Roman house was uncovered. Plus Burgate excavations where fragments of the potters Ofpassien, Ofngi, Perrus, Inganuj, Sextus and Rufus were found along with coins of Claudius and Tetricus.

'Roman Canterbury'  CCA-U467/T/8/3  [1948]

1 vol

Contents:
Booklet produced by the 'Canterbury Excavation Committee' whose president was the Archbishop of Canterbury. It details, with photographs and maps, the discoveries of the excavations which concern both Roman and Medieval Canterbury. Sheppard Frere is cited as one of the excavation supervisers and his report in the journal of the 'Kent Archaeological Society' is commended.

Canterbury Workhouse  CCA-U467/T/9  [n.d.]

Parliamentary Acts  CCA-U467/T/9/1  1721-1831

3 docs, 1 envelope

Contents:
Envelope containing an Act for building a Workhouse in Canterbury and a report on Canterbury which details its boundary limits, population, number of houses, election statistics and taxes paid for 1821, 1828, 1829, 1830 and 1831. With an act concerning East Indies trade and regulating the Pilots of Dover, Deal and the Isle of Thanet.

Tour Guidebooks  CCA-U467/T/10  [n.d.]

'The Strangers' Canterbury Guide'  CCA-U467/T/10/1  [late 19th Century]

1 vol

Contents:
Victorian guide book with historical commentary.

'Canterbury'  CCA-U467/T/10/2  1951

1 vol

Contents:
Arthur Mee's guide to historic Canterbury.

Street Plan  CCA-U467/T/11  [n.d.]

Canterbury street plan  CCA-U467/T/11/1  [mid 20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Barnett's official plan with a street index.

Abbot's Place  CCA-U467/T/12  [n.d.]

Conveyance  CCA-U467/T/12/1  2 Feb 1830

1 doc

Contents:
Parties involved:. William Newport Brandy Merchant of Canterbury and Richard Crofts builder of Canterbury.. Sarah Crofts spinster of Harbledown Messuages in the parishes of St Alphege and St Mary Northgate. Endorsed in pencil on the front of the document in a later hand 'As to Nos 15 and 16 Abbots Place'.

Conveyance  CCA-U467/T/12/2  6 Jul 1842

1 doc

Contents:
Parties involved:. Miss Sarah Crofts spinster of the parish of St Michael of Harbledown now Canterbury.. Thomas Crofts builder of the City of Canterbury... Edward Sankey surgeon of Canterbury Relates to two messuages in the parishes of St Alphege and St Mary Northgate and a further two messuages in these parishes plus all outbuildings. Endorsed in pencil 'As to nos 15 and 16 and a moiety of 17 and 18 Abbots Place.'

The Weavers  CCA-U467/T/13  [n.d.]

The Weavers  CCA-U467/T/13/1  1949

1 photo

Contents:
Photograph of the Weavers with unidentified people in a rowing boat. Endorsed on front 'W Holloway The Weavers Canterbury' and on the reverse similarly.

Kingsmead Sports Stadium  CCA-U467/T/14  [n.d.]

Letter  CCA-U467/T/14/1  1961

1 letter

Contents:
Letter to Wallace Harvey concerning the Kingsmead Stadium Trust from Hector Wilks of Medina Avenue, Seasalter.

Bomb Sites  CCA-U467/T/15  [n.d.]

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/T/15/1  [mid 20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Article about archaeological discoveries at bombed sites in Canterbury.

Newspaper cuttings  CCA-U467/T/15/2  [1990s]

3 sheets

Contents:
Articles and photographs about the blitz in Canterbury.

Broadoak Reservoir  CCA-U467/T/16  [n.d.]

Correspondence and reports  CCA-U467/T/16/1  1979

1 file, 1 envelope

Contents:
Letters from Hector Wilks of Whitstable, Kent Trust for Nature Conservation, Kent County Council and Whitstable Historical Society regarding a public inquiry into Broadoak Reservoir. Includes statements submitted to the inquiry. With original envelope.

Tyler Hill  CCA-U467/T/17  [n.d.]

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/T/17/1  10 Sep 1992

1 sheet

Contents:
An article about the first railway tunnel, approved in Parliament in 1825 and constructed at Tyler Hill as part of the Crab and Winkle Line.

Sharpe Family  CCA-U467/T/18  [n.d.]

Handwritten notes  CCA-U467/T/18/1  [mid 20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Genealogy notes on Terrall, Sharp and Sharpe of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Events  CCA-U467/T/19  [n.d.]

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/T/19/1  [late 20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Article about a street part in the early twentieth century in New Town Street, Canterbury.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/T/19/2  27 May 1933

1 sheet

Contents:
An article about a visit to Canterbury by the Central London Group Kodak Fellowship.

Newspaper pages  CCA-U467/T/19/3  30 Dec 1927

1 sheet

Contents:
The Kent Herald 'Mayor's Flood Fund Appeal Souvenir' with photographs including St Peter's Place, Black Griffin Lane, Sturry Road and Pound Lane.

Festival Programme  CCA-U467/T/19/4  20 Jul 1952

1 vol

Contents:
Canterbury Festival brochure with diary, photographs and local adverts.

Newspaper cuttings  CCA-U467/T/19/5  8 Oct 1993

5 sheets

Contents:
Articles about a possible UFO sighting in Canterbury.

General  CCA-U467/T/20  [n.d.]

Canterbury Westgate  CCA-U467/T/20/1  1800

1 photo

Contents:
Photograph mounted on card which shows St Peter's Street and the Westgate. Endorsed on the reverse 'photo by T A Bennett, Herne Bay' in typescript.

Typescripts  CCA-U467/T/20/2  25 Jul 1922

1 file, 1 envelope

Contents:
Five typescripts plus letter and original envelope. Titled 'St Sepulchre's Nunnery and the Holy Maid of Kent', 'Canterbury Castle', 'The City Walls', 'The City Gates' and 'Canterbury: The Mater Angliae'. All possibly written by B F Hopper. The letter is from Frank Hopper of 50 Castle Street Canterbury who details the escape attempt of a Canterbury prisoner George Knell from the Westgate Towers in 1868.

Canterbury map  CCA-U467/T/20/3  [20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Photocopy of an early map of Canterbury which shows the Stour, Thanington and Herd Court.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/T/20/4  21 Nov 1986

1 sheet

Contents:
'KM Extra' photographs of Henry Dawson in his 'Monoplane' and a 'De Dion Bouton' car. Dawson built cars and the aeroplane in Canterbury where he co owned the Canterbury Car Company. The plane was sold to Whitstable artist Dan Sherrin. Annotated with lines and a cross which highlight the section referring to the aeroplane.

Notes  CCA-U467/T/20/5  [1990s]

1 sheet

Contents:
Brief notes on the earliest citizens of Canterbury plus a reference to Dean Stanley.

Herne Bay  CCA-U467/U  1835-late 20th century

Contents:
All material relating to Herne Bay. Excludes Herne Bay Urban District Council which is in 'Local Government'. Includes centenary celebrations, East Cliff Pavilion, Ethelbert Chapter, Hampton, legal items, photographs, histories and guides for the 19th and 20th centuries.

Centenary  CCA-U467/U/1  [n.d.]

Newspaper cuttings relating to Herne Bay's Centenary celebrations 1933  CCA-U467/U/1/1  1893-1933

3 items

Contents:
Also includes a newspaper cutting advertising pleasure steamer cruises from Herne Bay Pier, 29 September '93 (1893?)]. From local newspapers: one from The Whitstable Times and [ ], the other two unidentified.

East Cliff Pavilion  CCA-U467/U/2  [n.d.]

Photograph of Opening of East Cliff Pavilion  CCA-U467/U/2/1  1904

1 doc

Contents:
Black and white. Mounted on card. Annotated on reverse 'Opened April 1904, Easter Monday'. Stamped on reverse with 'C. W. Welby, Herne Bay'

Order of Proceedings and Souvenir of Opening of East Cliff Pavilion  CCA-U467/U/2/2  4 Apr 1904

1 booklet

Contents:
Produced by Herne Bay Urban District Council. Endorsed on front cover and flyleaf, 'Welby'; on back cover, 'Herne Bay Records Society'

Ethelbert Chapter  CCA-U467/U/3  [n.d.]

Roll of Members, 1878-1932  CCA-U467/U/3/1  1932

1booklet

Contents:
Interleaved with sheet of paper listing some names and addresses

Hampton  CCA-U467/U/4  [n.d.]

Material relating to the village of Hampton  CCA-U467/U/4/1  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Includes booklet entitled 'Recollections of Hampton' by Frank Mount, 1942; newspaper article, 17 July 1964, giving a brief history of the Herne Bay, Hampton and Reculver Oyster Fishery Company, incorporated by an Act of Parliament in 1864; black and white photographs and postcards of Hampton. Also includes an undated extract (provenance unspecified) on 14th century smuggling and a balance sheet for the Provincial Mark Grand Lodge of Kent, 1977.

History and Guides  CCA-U467/U/5  [n.d.]

Ridout's Guides  CCA-U467/U/5/1  [n.d.]

'Ridout's Guide to Herne Bay and Surrounding Neighbourhood'  CCA-U467/U/5/1/1  1885

1 volume

Contents:
'Third Edition - Illustrated'. Annotated 'Wm Simpson'

'Ridout's Penny Guide to Herne Bay and Surrounding Neighbourhood'  CCA-U467/U/5/1/2  1886

1 volume

Contents:
'Illustrated'. Stamped inside 'C. W. Welby, Herne Bay'

'Ridout's Guide to Herne Bay and Surrounding Neighbourhood'  CCA-U467/U/5/1/3  Jul 1891

1 volume

Contents:
'Fifth Edition'. Includes map. Stamped 'C. W. Herne Bay'

'Ridout's Pocket Guide to Herne Bay and Neighbourhood'  CCA-U467/U/5/1/4  1896

1 volume

John Heywood's Guides  CCA-U467/U/5/2  [n.d.]

'John Heywood's Illustrated Guide to Herne Bay'  CCA-U467/U/5/2/1  1891

1 volume

Fragile

'John Heywood's Illustrated Guide to Herne Bay'  CCA-U467/U/5/2/2  1894

1 volume

'John Heywood's Illustrated Guide to Herne Bay'  CCA-U467/U/5/2/3  1911

1 volume

'John Heywood's Illustrated Guide to Herne Bay'  CCA-U467/U/5/2/4  1912

1 volume

Other Guides  CCA-U467/U/5/3  [n.d.]

'A Picture of the New Town of Herne Bay' 1835, and notebook relating to it  CCA-U467/U/5/3/1  1835-1912

2 volumes

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's notebook contains notes from the guide annotated 'Copied from book lent me by W. Holman, Reculver, Aug 1912'

'The Visitor's Guide to Herne Bay'  CCA-U467/U/5/3/2  1859

2 items

Contents:
Includes a Directory. With an envelope entitled 'Welby, Souvenir of a visit to Cremorne Gardens, June 27 1851' containing a card for 'Welby's Circulating Library', annotated on reverse.

'The Visitors' Guide to Herne Bay and Canterbury'  CCA-U467/U/5/3/3  1859

1 volume

Contents:
'With Map of the Environs and Two Illustrations' By William W. Watson

'Rambler's New Illustrated Guide to Herne Bay'  CCA-U467/U/5/3/4  1892

1 volume

Contents:
Also includes Herne, Canterbury, Fordwich, and Whitstable. Annotated 'Marked for Revision'

'The Herne Bay Press Illustrated Penny Guide to Herne Bay and Neighbourhood'  CCA-U467/U/5/3/5  Aug 1897

1 volume

Contents:
Stamped 'C. W. Welby, Herne Bay'

'Mate's Illustrated Herne Bay'  CCA-U467/U/5/3/6  1906

1 volume

Fragile

Contents:
The 'Official Guide of the Herne Bay and District Chamber of Commerce and Trade Society'. Annotated '2nd Edition'

Miniature copy of the Herne Bay Press, August 30 1930  CCA-U467/U/5/3/7  1903-1930

2 items

Contents:
With a map of Herne Bay from the 'Herne Bay Press Directory, 1903' annotated with farm names

'The Official Guide to Herne Bay'  CCA-U467/U/5/3/8  1910-1911

1 volume

Fragile

Contents:
Includes a street plan. Front cover annotated.

'The Borough Guide to Herne Bay'  CCA-U467/U/5/3/9  1910-1911

1 volume

Fragile

Contents:
'No. 94. The 'Borough' Pocket Guides'. Includes a street plan

'Herne Bay' by G. H. Beetenson  CCA-U467/U/5/3/10  1926-1936

1 volume

Fragile

Contents:
Clerk to the Urban District Council. Published for the Urban District Council, 1926. Interleaved is a newspaper cutting showing people sitting on the beach, annotated 'Sept 6 1936'

Histories  CCA-U467/U/5/4  [n.d.]

Pamphlet on 'Figaro in London' 1836  CCA-U467/U/5/4/1  1836-1885

2 items

Contents:
Also includes print drawing of Westgates, Surrey taken from 'The Builder' 13 June 1885, annotated 'Figaro in London 1836'

List of names and dates of guides of Herne Bay  CCA-U467/U/5/4/2  [20th century]

1 doc

Legal  CCA-U467/U/6  [n.d.]

'In Chancery: The Trustees of Mackett v. The Commissioners for Improvement of the Town of Herne Bay'  CCA-U467/U/6/1  1878

1 booklet

Photographs and Pictures  CCA-U467/U/7  [n.d.]

Engraving of the 'Church of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart'  CCA-U467/U/7/1  [19th century]

1 print

Fragile

Contents:
Stuck onto card

Coloured tint of of St. George's Baths  CCA-U467/U/7/2  [19th-20th century]

1 print

Contents:
Stuck onto card. Annotated and stamped on reverse 'C. W. Welby, Herne Bay'

Black and white photograph of the Ship Inn  CCA-U467/U/7/3  [19th-20th century]

1 print

Contents:
Stuck onto card. Stamped on reverse 'C. W. Welby, Herne Bay'

Colour drawing of the Ship Inn  CCA-U467/U/7/4  [19th-20th century]

1 print

Contents:
Mounted on card. Stamped on reverse 'C. W. Welby, Herne Bay'

Black and white photograph of lightning at sea  CCA-U467/U/7/5  [19th-20th century]

1 print

Contents:
Mounted on card. Photograph taken by J. Craik

Sepia photograph of Herne Bay residents at Preston near Grove Ferry  CCA-U467/U/7/6  [19th-20th century]

1 print

Contents:
Mounted on card. Photograph taken by Craik. Annotated on reverse with the names of the men.

Photographs, prints, postcards, and cuttings relating to Herne Bay  CCA-U467/U/7/7  19th-20th century

1 file

Contents:
Includes material relating to the Pier Hotel, churches, the railway station, pubs, businesses, floods and storms, a 'Land Sale', and general information and history of the town. Also includes an article on the Manor of Tankerton. Pasted onto loose sheets.

Photographs of Herne Bay  CCA-U467/U/7/8  [19th-20th century]

1 volume

Contents:
Published by 'Philpot, Fancy Stationer, Post Office'

Special events  CCA-U467/U/8  [n.d.]

Herne Bay Regatta: Official Card  CCA-U467/U/8/1  23 Aug 1880

1 doc

Fragile

Herne Bay Regatta: Official Card  CCA-U467/U/8/2  7 Sep 1883

1 doc

Herne Bay Regatta: Official Card  CCA-U467/U/8/3  [19th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Dated 24 August, but no year given.

Herne Bay Regatta: Official Programme  CCA-U467/U/8/4  17 Aug 1905

2 docs

Contents:
Includes a calling-card for Frederick Goldfinch

Herne Bay Regatta: Official Programme  CCA-U467/U/8/5  9 Sep 1907

1 doc

Contents:
Includes a calling-card for Frederick Goldfinch

Kent  CCA-U467/V  [n.d.]

Contents:
All Kent material other than Whitstable, Canterbury or Herne Bay. Comprises notes, newspaper cuttings, booklets and memorabilia relating to individually named places, along with county-wide OS maps, non-OS maps, railway maps, guides and histories, Kent magazines, Kent committees, and miscellaneous historical items. Most items were produced in the 19th and 20th centuries although many refer to earlier events in Kent history.

Aldington  CCA-U467/V/1  [n.d.]

The Church of St. Martin Aldington  CCA-U467/V/1/1  [20th century]

1 booklet

Contents:
Church history and guide, written and illustrated by Aylwin Sampson.

Ash  CCA-U467/V/2  [n.d.]

Note of 16th century Church Wardens  CCA-U467/V/2/1  [mid-late 20th century]

1 sheet

Plan of the Church of St. Nicholas, Ash next Sandwich  CCA-U467/V/2/2  [20th century]

1 plan

Contents:
Black and white. Drawn by Robert H. Goodsall, architect, Whitstable

St. Nicholas Church, Ash next Sandwich  CCA-U467/V/2/3  1915

1 booklet and 1 sheet

Contents:
History of the church by R.H. Goodsall, reprinted from Archaeological Cantaina Vol. XXXL Includes a plan of the church by the author. Interleaved is a letter (unsigned and with no addresses) dated 29 December 1950, relating to a Footpath Survey of Ash - a newspaper cutting relating to the survey is stuck onto the letter.

File entitled 'Ash'  CCA-U467/V/2/4  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Consists of information relating to the church - including two booklets on its history, the parish, hamlets, and local familes - notably the Hougham family. In note and typewritten form. Also includes two black and white photographs of Ash High Street, and two prints of the interior of the church.

Note on Bereling Street and the Berling family  CCA-U467/V/2/5  [20th century]

1 sheet

Barham  CCA-U467/V/3  [n.d.]

Newspaper cutting relating to Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt's 1942 visit to Barham  CCA-U467/V/3/1  [20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Undated. Newspaper unspecified.

Bishopsbourne  CCA-U467/V/4  [n.d.]

Church of St Mary, Bishopsbourne  CCA-U467/V/4/1  1961

1 booklet

Contents:
Church guide and history. Compiled by Alice Castle. Revised edition.

Blean  CCA-U467/V/5  [n.d.]

Notes and photographs of Clowes  CCA-U467/V/5/1  [20th century]

1 file

Plans and elevations of Clowes Farm  CCA-U467/V/5/2  Dec 1947

1 plan

Contents:
Drawn by Robert H. Goodsall of Harrietsham

Notes and photograph relating to Clowes  CCA-U467/V/5/3  [20th century]

2 items

Contents:
Black and white photograph of the interior; cutting from 'The Illustrated Carpenter and Builder' (4 July, but year unknown) on early cottage designs and how to date a building.

Notes and photographs relating to Goodmans Farm  CCA-U467/V/5/4  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Consists of handwritten and typewritten notes regarding the farm and people associated with it; black and white photographs; transcripts of conveyances (1796), schedules of land (1756-1758), and of the Court Baron (1816-1913).

Biographical notes and photographs relating to Well Court Farm  CCA-U467/V/5/5  [20th century]

1 file

Designation of East Blean Wood as a wildlife site  CCA-U467/V/5/6  1992

1 item

Contents:
Cutting from the Adscene newspaper, dated 26 June, relating to The Kent Trust for Nature Conservation's 'Nightingale Project'

History of Blean  CCA-U467/V/5/7  [20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Cutting from local (unidentified) local newspaper

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/V/5/8  31 Jan 1969

1 sheet

Contents:
Article and photograph about the demolition of a cattle shed with a clock tower on the road between Whitstable and Canterbury. Annotated with the date.

1908 Ordnance Survey map annotated to show railway line, engines, etc.  CCA-U467/V/5/9  [20th century]

1 map

Boughton  CCA-U467/V/6  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Boughton under Blean  CCA-U467/V/6/1  1908

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XXXIV SE. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Church of St Barnabas, Boughton-under-Blean  CCA-U467/V/6/2  1954-1966

2 booklets

Contents:
Souvenir of the Jubilee Occasion: 60th Anniversary (1954) booklet relating to the history of the church. Form of Service for Institution and Induction of the Reverend Edward Denis Schofield, 3 November 1966, interleaved.

Charing  CCA-U467/V/7  [n.d.]

Note concerning the presentation of the Reverend J. Barwick, vicar of Charing, to the rectory of Boughton Malhorbe  CCA-U467/V/7/1  [post 1970]

1 envelope

Contents:
Written on the back of an envelope addressed to Wallace Harvey.

Chartham  CCA-U467/V/8  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Chartham  CCA-U467/V/8/1  1908

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XLVI SW. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Chatham  CCA-U467/V/9  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Chatham  CCA-U467/V/9/1  1938

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XIX SE. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Ordnance Survey sheet of Chatham  CCA-U467/V/9/2  1938

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XIX NE. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Chislet  CCA-U467/V/10  [n.d.]

Boyton Hill/ Beacon Hill  CCA-U467/V/10/1  1978

1 file

Contents:
File entitled 'Boyton and the Beacon'. Contains a letter to Wallace Harvey, signed by Harold [Gough], concerning the parish location of the hill and to whether a beacon existed there. Also includes historical information on the Chislet and Reculver marshes, Chislet Court, and local mills.

Cinque Ports  CCA-U467/V/11  [n.d.]

Article on the men of the Cinque Ports  CCA-U467/V/11/1  [1960s]

1 file

Contents:
Article detached from a magazine - probably The Daily Telegraph. Entitled 'Pirates by Charter'

Dartford  CCA-U467/V/12  [n.d.]

'View of Dartford'  CCA-U467/V/12/1  [19th/20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print, 'Drawn and etched by B. W. L. Stockdale from a sketch by G. Shepherd taken in 1807'. Mounted on card. Annotated on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

Davington  CCA-U467/V/13  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Davington (Faversham)  CCA-U467/V/13/1  1938

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XXXIV NW. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Dover  CCA-U467/V/14  [n.d.]

Article on 'Dover Haven'  CCA-U467/V/14/1  1792-1963

1 file

Contents:
'Communicated by T. W. Wrighte... from the papers of the Society of Antiquaries... By John Thorpe'. Interleaved with a newspaper cutting (from the Whitstable Times?), 16 March 1963, concerning 'The Changing Coast of Kent'

'Report from the Select Committee on Dover Harbour; with the Minutes of Evidence'  CCA-U467/V/14/2  1836-1909

1 volume

Contents:
Published 1836. Includes plans of the harbour and piers. Interleaved with black and white prints of 'Dover, from Shakspere's Cliff' and 'Dover Castle'. A copy of 'The Dover Standard Special: Royal Illustrated Edition' dated 20 July 1893 has been stuck into the front of the book. An auction catalogue for Dover Market Tolls, to take place on 5 October 1858; a timetable, in German, for the Hamburg-Newyorker Line, 1904; and a programme for a Mayor's Sports Day on 1 September 1909 have been stuck into the back of the book.

'Notes on the Keep, the Roman Paharos, and the Shafts at the Shot Yard Battery, Dover Castle'  CCA-U467/V/14/3  1872

1 file

Contents:
By Lieutenant W. Emerson Peck, communicated through the Secretary of State for War. Includes a plan of the Keep.

Cutting from a local (unidentified) newspaper.  CCA-U467/V/14/4  14 Oct 1983

1 item

Contents:
The appointment of the Reverend David Cawley of Buckland to a new post in Bristol

Eastchurch  CCA-U467/V/15  [n.d.]

Parish of All Saint's  CCA-U467/V/15/1  1968

1 booklet

Contents:
Form of service for the Institution and Induction of the Reverend Peter E. Blagdon-Gamlen as rector. Performed by the Bishop of Dover and the Archdeacon of Maidstone.

Eastwell  CCA-U467/V/16  [n.d.]

Article on the state of repair of the two parish churches  CCA-U467/V/16/1  30 Nov 1951

1 item

Contents:
Newspaper cutting from the Kent Messenger

Faversham  CCA-U467/V/17  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Faversham  CCA-U467/V/17/1  1938

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XXXIV SW. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Ordnance Survey map superimposed with railway lines  CCA-U467/V/17/2  [20th century]

1 volume

Contents:
Folded within hard boards. The front cover is embossed with the title 'Reduced Ordnance Survey around Faversham'. Actually covers Kent, East Sussex, London, and parts of Surrey and Essex.

Promotional leaflet for the Faversham Hop Festival  CCA-U467/V/17/3  1996

1 leaflet

Black and white print of Faversham Abbey  CCA-U467/V/17/4  [19th-20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Annotated on the reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

Article entitled 'The Captivity of King James II in Faversham in December 1688'  CCA-U467/V/17/5  1974

1 doc

Contents:
Photocopy. Taken from 'Cantium'? pp.32-35

Frindsbury  CCA-U467/V/18  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Frindsbury (Medway)  CCA-U467/V/18/1  1938

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XI SW. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Gillingham  CCA-U467/V/19  [n.d.]

Exhibition catalogue regarding Will Adams  CCA-U467/V/19/1  1964

1 booklet

Contents:
Produced by Gillingham Public Libraries to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the birth of Will Adams 1564-1620. Borough Librarian's compliment slip inserted.

Grove Ferry  CCA-U467/V/20  [n.d.]

Flooding due to mining activities  CCA-U467/V/20/1  [Jan 1953]

1 item

Contents:
Shows picture of flooded land at Grove Ferry. Local newspaper cutting: title and date unspecified

Opening of the new bridge  CCA-U467/V/20/2  31 Mar 1962

1 sheet

Contents:
Newspaper cutting taken from the Whitstable Times, stuck onto a sheet of paper.

Harbledown  CCA-U467/V/21  [n.d.]

The Hospital of St. Nicholas  CCA-U467/V/21/1  1960

1 booklet

Contents:
Booklet on the early history of. Written by Dorothy Gardiner in 1950

Herne  CCA-U467/V/22  [n.d.]

The Parish of Herne and surrounding areas  CCA-U467/V/22/1  [n.d.]

1 map

Contents:
Photocopy of a hand-drawn map showing parish and manor boundaries. Also shows Chislet, Hoath and Reculver.

St. Martin's Church  CCA-U467/V/22/2  [20th century]

1 booklet

Contents:
A history and guide to the old church

Account of Herne Church Restoration  CCA-U467/V/22/3  [1889]

1 booklet

Contents:
Includes many local advertisments. Annotated '14 Piggott 1889'

Photograph at the Cripplecraft Home, Strode Park  CCA-U467/V/22/4  [20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Signed Douglas West photograph on card mount of Wallace Harvey and David Nixon at 'D & S Gaywood-Celebrate 21 Years of Business' event

Colewood  CCA-U467/V/22/5  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Includes historical information on, photocopies of early 19th century Ordnance Survey maps, photographs of Colewood Farm, transcripts of wills, and a slide of a map of Colewood

Herne Mill  CCA-U467/V/22/6  31 Jul 1992

1 item

Contents:
Adscene newspaper cutting

Hernhill  CCA-U467/V/23  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Hernhill  CCA-U467/V/23/1  1907

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XXXIV 8. Scale 25 inches:1 mile. Shows part of South East and Chatham Railway Kent Coast Line

The Church and Parish of Hernhill  CCA-U467/V/23/2  1966-[early 1970s]

2 booklets

Contents:
History of the church and parish [late 1960s/early 1970s]. Interleaved with a Form of Service for the Institution and Induction of the Reverend Eric Cardew Streatfield-James, 3 December 1966

Darget Strond, Hearnhill  CCA-U467/V/23/3  15 Nov 1749

1 doc

Contents:
Messuage and garden, etc. Lease. Between David Giles; William Elliott

Hoath  CCA-U467/V/24  [n.d.]

Map of Old Tree Estate - Hoath and Chislet  CCA-U467/V/24/1  1866

1 large map

Contents:
The property of George Rammell. Map has wooden hangers.

Map of land ownership in Hoath  CCA-U467/V/24/2  [20th century]

1 large map

Contents:
Annotated 'Old Tree' on reverse. Wooden hangers attached.

Historical information on 'Hoathe'  CCA-U467/V/24/3  [late 1970s]

1 file

Contents:
Contains Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes on local names/families, and correspondence re same; historical information on Hoathe and Chislet mills; and two photographs of Marshside

Ordnance Survey sheet of Hoath  CCA-U467/V/24/4  1961

1 map

Contents:
Plan TR2064 & TR2164. Scale 25 inches: 1 mile

Hoo  CCA-U467/V/25  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Hoo  CCA-U467/V/25/1  1938

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XI SE. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Hythe  CCA-U467/V/26  [n.d.]

The Crypt, Hythe Church  CCA-U467/V/26/1  [late 19th century?]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print, by Rook and Co. London, 3 January 1856?

Isle of Thanet  CCA-U467/V/27  [n.d.]

Guide to Margate, Ramsgate and Broadstairs  CCA-U467/V/27/1  [1870s]

1 volume

Contents:
Ilustrated. Annotated 'About 1873'

Keble's Illustrated Penny Guide to the Isle of Thanet  CCA-U467/V/27/2  [1894]

1 volume

Fragile

Contents:
Includes a map and tide tables. Annotated '1894'. Kent County Library copy - borrowed (1951) and apparently never returned, Browne Issue card still attached.

Mystery wreck discovered at Foreness Point  CCA-U467/V/27/3  16 Apr 1996

1 item

Contents:
Newspaper cutting from the Thanet Times

'The Back of Bathing Houses'  CCA-U467/V/27/4  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print showing flooded area. Stuck onto board. Annotated on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

Ranelagh Gardens, St. Peter's, Thanet  CCA-U467/V/27/5  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Stuck onto board. Annotated on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

'Sea Bathing Infirmary'  CCA-U467/V/27/6  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Stuck onto board. Annotated on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

'Bettisons Library, Hawley Square' Margate  CCA-U467/V/27/7  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Stuck onto board. Annotated on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

Map of Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate  CCA-U467/V/27/8  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Stuck onto board. Annotated on reverse 'Miss/Min? Tectgen 24/2/34'

'High Street & Garners Library from Marine Parade'  CCA-U467/V/27/9  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Stuck onto board. Annotated on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

'Cobb's Brewery taken near the Fort'  CCA-U467/V/27/10  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Stuck onto board. Annotated on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

'Road Leading to the Fort'  CCA-U467/V/27/11  [1820?]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Stuck onto board. Annotated on front 'Watermark in paper 1820', and on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

Views of St. Peter's Church and of Monkton Church  CCA-U467/V/27/12  Aug 1809

1 sheet

Contents:
Black and white prints. Page extracted from the Gentleman's Magazine

Title page for 'Twenty four Picturesque Views in the Isle of Thanet  CCA-U467/V/27/13  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
'Respectfully dedicated to John Powell Roberts Esq. of Kingsgate by George Walker'. Black and white print. Annotated on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'. Probably the front cover for all prints annotated 'Tectgen Feb '34'

Kingsgate  CCA-U467/V/28  [n.d.]

'At Kingsgate'  CCA-U467/V/28/1  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Stuck onto board. Annotated on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

Luddesdown  CCA-U467/V/29  [n.d.]

Report of mysterious dropping of parcels from a plane  CCA-U467/V/29/1  18 Feb 1950

1 item

Contents:
Newspaper cutting - title unidentified

Lullingstone Castle  CCA-U467/V/30  [n.d.]

'Gateway of Lullingstone Castle, Kent'  CCA-U467/V/30/1  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Extracted from Gentleman's Magazine Supplement.

Lydsing Chapel  CCA-U467/V/31  [n.d.]

'Lydsing Chapel, Kent'  CCA-U467/V/31/1  Jun 1820

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Extracted from Gentleman's Magazine Supplement.

Lyminge  CCA-U467/V/32  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Lyminge  CCA-U467/V/32/1  1945

1 map

Contents:
Sheet LXVI 11. Scale 25 inches:1 mile

Ordnance Survey sheet of Lyminge  CCA-U467/V/32/2  1945

1 map

Contents:
Sheet LXVI 15. Scale 25 inches:1 mile

Maidstone  CCA-U467/V/33  [n.d.]

Guide to Sir Garrad Tyrwhitt-Drake's Zoo Park, Cobtree Manor  CCA-U467/V/33/1  [pre 1971]

1 booklet

Contents:
4th edition

Margate  CCA-U467/V/34  [n.d.]

'Royal Hotel, Margate'  CCA-U467/V/34/1  1822

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Annotated 'now Hippodrome', 'from the cover Poulterers shop', '1822', '3/6'and Tectgen Feb '34'

'The Great Fire at Margate'  CCA-U467/V/34/2  3 Nov 1882

1 sheet

Contents:
Black and white prints depicting 'The Royal Assembly Rooms', 'The Conflagration', 'The Ball Room', and 'Scene After The Fire'. Reprinted from the 'Thanet Free Press'.

'Margate'  CCA-U467/V/34/3  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Stuck onto card. Annotated on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

Perry's Coloured Views in Margate'  CCA-U467/V/34/4  [mid 19th century]

1 volume

Contents:
Coloured prints, dated 1853-1858. Annotated inside front cover 'Tectgen Feb ' 34'

'Keble's Penny Guide to Margate...'  CCA-U467/V/34/5  [late 19th century]

1 volume

Contents:
Also covers Ramsgate, Westgate-on-Sea, Birchington, Broadstairs, Minster, St. Peter's and Reculver. Includes map and tide table.

Mereworth  CCA-U467/V/35  [n.d.]

Account of James Master's Life  CCA-U467/V/35/1  [1883?]

1 volume

Contents:
Part II, 1647-1654. By Canon Scott Robertson.

'Expense Book of James Master of Yotes Court'  CCA-U467/V/35/2  [1883?]

1 volume

Contents:
Part III, 1658-1663. Edited by Mrs Dalison of Hamptons, and Canon Scott Robertson.

'Expense Book of James Master of Yotes Court'  CCA-U467/V/35/3  [1883?]

1 volume

Contents:
Part IV, 1663-1676. Edited by Mrs Dalison of Hamptons, and Canon Scott Robertson. Pages uncut

'Expense Book of James Master Esq. from 1646-1676'  CCA-U467/V/35/4  1883

1 volume

Contents:
Transcribed by Mrs Dalison of Hamptons, edited and introduced by the Reverend W. A. Scott Robertson. Pages uncut

Northbourne  CCA-U467/V/36  [n.d.]

Photographs of Northbourne Church  CCA-U467/V/36/1  [19th century]

2 photographs

Contents:
Interior and exterior views, in sepia. Stuck onto board. Exterior photograph taken by W. H. Franklin of Deal, interior photograph by D. A. Stickells of East Kent Portrait Saloon

Northfleet  CCA-U467/V/37  [n.d.]

'Excavations of a Roman Site at Northfleet'  CCA-U467/V/37/1  1910-1926

1 booklet

Contents:
Published by the Dartford District Antiquarian Society, 1913. Paper read by W. H. Steadman to the Society, 30 September 1911. Interleaved with a letter to Joseph William Campion from the Masonic Lodge, Herne Bay; and an article from 'The Builder', dated 9 July 1910, on St. Nicholas' Church, Deptford

Penenden Heath  CCA-U467/V/38  [n.d.]

Street plan of Pendenden Heath near Maidstone  CCA-U467/V/38/1  [20th century]

1 map

Contents:
Photocopy

Perry Wood  CCA-U467/V/39  [n.d.]

Perry Wood, Selling  CCA-U467/V/39/1  [post 1980]

1 leaflet

Contents:
Tourist leaflet published by Swale Borough Council

Petham  CCA-U467/V/40  [n.d.]

'A Souvenir from Stone Street Farm'  CCA-U467/V/40/1  1929

1 envelope

Contents:
History of, inlcuding a pictore Slippery Sam the smuggler. Interleaved is a complements slip from Harris & Co, Auctioneers etc. of Whitstable, addressed to Wallace Harvey. In an envelope entitled 'Slippery Sam'

Rainham  CCA-U467/V/41  [n.d.]

Rainham Church  CCA-U467/V/41/1  Jul 1813

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print, north west view. Taken from the Gentleman's Magazine

Ramsgate  CCA-U467/V/42  [n.d.]

'The New Church at Ramsgate'  CCA-U467/V/42/1  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Stuck onto card. Annotated on front '1/6', on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

Reculver  CCA-U467/V/43  [n.d.]

'The Ancient Church and Roman Castrum at Reculver'  CCA-U467/V/43/1  1906

1 booklet

Contents:
Historical notes on. Reprinted from Archaeologia Cantiana Vol. XII

'Reculver Church'  CCA-U467/V/43/2  Nov 1809

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print, view from the north-west. Stuck onto card. Annotated on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

Reculver Towers  CCA-U467/V/43/3  1867

1 item

Contents:
Sepia print,. stuck onto card. Annotated on reverse 'The old Vicarage on extreme right hand taken down when the new C.G. Station built in 1874'. Stamped on reverse 'C. W. Welby, Herne Bay'

Poem entitled 'The True Story of The Sisters of Reculver'  CCA-U467/V/43/4  1897

1 booklet

Contents:
Taken from a manuscript written in the 16th century by a monk of Canterbury. Annotated on the front cover 'Hoping for a favourable review. The Editor. Herne Bay Press', on the back cover 'Miss Boyer-Brown, Southgate'

Various historical information on 'Reculver and Ford'  CCA-U467/V/43/5  20th century

1 file

Contents:
File includes booklets on The Ancient Church of Reculver, Reculver Parish Church, Roman Fort at Reculver, The Kingdom of Kent, history of Herne Bay; notes on Saxon Reculver, Ford, and Herne; Wallace Harvey's cheque book, and an Order of St. John invitation, both 1984

Rhodes Minnis  CCA-U467/V/44  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Rhodes Minnis  CCA-U467/V/44/1  1946

1 map

Contents:
Sheet LXVI 7. Scale 25 inches:1 mile

Rochester  CCA-U467/V/45  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Rochester  CCA-U467/V/45/1  1938

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XIX NW. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Pages from Transcript of Registrum Hamonis/ Episcopi Roffensis  CCA-U467/V/45/2  [?]

1 part-volume

Contents:
Original text dated 1320. Pages 65-128. Some pages uncut.

Sandwich  CCA-U467/V/46  [n.d.]

Notes on the bells of the churches of St. Clement and St. Mary the Virgin, Sandwich  CCA-U467/V/46/1  [20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes on card

'Chapel Botton in the Road to Sandwich'  CCA-U467/V/46/2  [19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Stuck onto card. Annotated on reverse 'Tectgen Feb '34'

'St. Mary's Church, Sandwich'  CCA-U467/V/46/3  [20th century?]

1 item

Contents:
Copy of (19th century?) sepia photograph. Annotated on reverse with title.

Sarre  CCA-U467/V/47  [n.d.]

Open weekend at Sarre windmill  CCA-U467/V/47/1  22 Aug 1993

1 item

Contents:
Newspaper article. Taken from an (unidentified) local paper

Selling  CCA-U467/V/48  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Selling  CCA-U467/V/48/1  1908

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XLV NE. Scale 6 inches:1 mile. Shows part of South East and Chatham Railway. Endorsed 'Printed on War Substitute Paper'

Sevenoaks  CCA-U467/V/49  [n.d.]

Poster for The Daily Mirror advertising news and photographs of Tragedy in Sevenoaks  CCA-U467/V/49/1  26 Aug 1908

1 item

Smarden  CCA-U467/V/50  [n.d.]

Smarden windmill  CCA-U467/V/50/1  22 Apr 1953

1 item

Contents:
Newspaper cutting, taken from the Kent Messenger

Staple  CCA-U467/V/51  [n.d.]

Church clock at Staple  CCA-U467/V/51/1  [post 1963]

1 item

Contents:
Newspaper cutting, taken from (unidentified) local paper

Stowting  CCA-U467/V/52  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Stowting  CCA-U467/V/52/1  1945

1 map

Contents:
Sheet LXVI 10. Scale 25 inches:1 mile

Tenterden  CCA-U467/V/53  [n.d.]

The game of goal-running  CCA-U467/V/53/1  [post 1963]

1 item

Contents:
Part of celebration to mark the quincentenary of Tenterden receiving its Borough Charter from Henry VI. Newspaper cutting taken from (unidentified) local paper.

Teynham  CCA-U467/V/54  [n.d.]

Article relating to the Ruck family of Teynham  CCA-U467/V/54/1  24 Jan 1974

1 item

Contents:
In the Faversham Times and Faversham Gazette

Tunbridge Wells  CCA-U467/V/55  [n.d.]

'Rustall Common - Tunbridge Wells '  CCA-U467/V/55/1  12 Mar 1808

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Published by J. P. Thompson of London

'New Bishop's Down - Tunbridge Wells '  CCA-U467/V/55/2  12 Mar 1808

2 items

Contents:
Black and white prints. Published by J. P. Thompson of London

'Gravel Pits - Tunbridge Wells Common'  CCA-U467/V/55/3  12 Mar 1808

1 item

Contents:
Black and white print. Published by J. P. Thompson of London

Wantsum Channel  CCA-U467/V/56  [n.d.]

Map of the Wantsum Channel  CCA-U467/V/56/1  1961

1 large map

Contents:
Hand coloured in blue. Annotated with Saxon place names

West Farleigh Green  CCA-U467/V/57  [n.d.]

Byelaws  CCA-U467/V/57/1  Oct 1950

1 item

Contents:
Confirmation of Byelaws issued by Maidstone Rural Dictrict Council 24 October 1950. Newspaper cutting taken from (unidentified) local paper.

Wingham  CCA-U467/V/58  [n.d.]

Hoard of medieval coins discovered by a metal detector in Wingham  CCA-U467/V/58/1  23 Nov 1990

1 item

Contents:
Newspaper cutting taken from the Adscene

Woodnesborough  CCA-U467/V/59  [n.d.]

Exterior views of Woodnesborough Church  CCA-U467/V/59/1  [19th century]

2 items

Contents:
Copies of sepia photographs stuck onto board. Taken by W. Boyer, Photographer, Sandwich

Wouldham  CCA-U467/V/60  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey sheet of Wouldham (Medway)  CCA-U467/V/60/1  1938

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XIX SW. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

General Areas of Kent  CCA-U467/V/61  [n.d.]

Various Specific Locations  CCA-U467/V/61/1  [n.d.]

'Goodnestone & Graveney News'  CCA-U467/V/61/1/1  1996

2 items

Contents:
Monthly newsletters for the Church and Parish. July and August issues

'Saxon Charters and Ford'  CCA-U467/V/61/1/2  [1972-1979]

1 file

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's file. Consists of his handwritten notes, and letters from Harold [Gough], relating to peoples and places in the Chislet, Herne, Blean, Sturry, and Marshside areas. Spans the period from saxon to late 1970's

'Herne, Herne Bay, Reculver, Ford'  CCA-U467/V/61/1/3  [1830-1978]

1 file

Contents:
Envelope entitled with Wallace Harvey's handwriting. Consists of numerous newspaper cuttings and historical information relating to the areas designated. Items include: satirical verses referring to relations between councils, 1906; newspaper supplement regarding the fire that destroyed Herne Bay's Grand Pier Pavilion, 1970; a newspaper cutting referring to the last horse-drawn mail between Herne Bay and Canterbury, 1904. Also includes prints, photographs and 5 slides (of which 4 are blank).

Views of Herne Bay, Reculver, and Whitstable  CCA-U467/V/61/1/4  [20th century]

2 items

Contents:
Copies of photographs, probably taken from a volume

Cuttings and photographs relating to Barham and Womenswold  CCA-U467/V/61/1/5  [c.1950s-1960s]

1 file

Contents:
Black and white photographs include pictures of Frank Harvey and of Telegraph Cottage, Womenswold - the birth place of Wallace's father.

Cuttings, photographs and prints relating to Forwich and Grove Ferry  CCA-U467/V/61/1/6  [19th-20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Stuck onto loose sheets. Includes pictures of the interior of the Town Hall, Forwich; St. Augustine's Tomb in Fordwich Church; and the Stour.

Cuttings from the 'Survivals of the Past' series relating to Fordwich, Reculver, sturry  CCA-U467/V/61/1/7  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Taken from the Herne Bay Press. Interleaved is a newspaper cutting on 'The Old Canterbury Catch Club Property' from The Kentish Gazette and Canterbury Press, dated 19 May 1900

Stately homes in Kent and Hertfordshire  CCA-U467/V/61/1/8  [early 19th century]

4 items

Contents:
Black and white prints of Ingress Park, Mount Norris (dated 1809), and Surrenden, Kent; Knebworth House, Hertfordshire

Notes on the Hundred of Westgate, 13th and 14th centuries  CCA-U467/V/61/1/9  [20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes

Brief notes from Archaelogia Cantiana, and from the Bible  CCA-U467/V/61/1/10  [late 20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes into an uncovered notepad. The entries from Archaeologica Cantiana are from volumes IX (regarding the Royalist Rising in Kent, 1648), XII, XXI and LXXXII.

Final Agreement  CCA-U467/V/61/1/11  1740

1 doc

Contents:
Between: 1) Walter Hooper 2) Brian and Catherine Taylor Relating to the Manor of Denne otherwise Dane; five messuages, one cottage, three barns, one dovehouse, five gardens, four orchards, one hundred and fifty acres of land, fifteen acres of meadow, fifteen acres of pasture, and two acres of wood: in Chilham, Moleash, Seasalter, Whitstable and Faversham. Dated 'the morrow of All Souls' 14 George II.

Deed to Lead to the Uses of a Fine: Attested Copy  CCA-U467/V/61/1/12  18 Oct 1740

1 doc

Contents:
Between: 1) Brian and Catherine Taylor 2) Walter Hooper Relating to the Manor of Denne (alias Dane) with appurtenances. Several properties and field names listed. Lands also in Chilham, Molash, Faversham, Seasalter and Whitstable. Dated 14 George II

Final Agreement  CCA-U467/V/61/1/13  1801

1 doc

Contents:
Between: 1) Robert Watson, Jonas King, Alice Pritchard 2) John and Sarah Halbot, Edward and Frances Foad, Thomas Delanney, George and Mary Pickering, John and Susanna Taylor, James Pritchard, William Pritchard, John Pritchard, George Pritchard. Relating to six messuages, two barns, two stables, six gardens, three orchards, sixty acres of land, twelve acres of meadow, twelve acres of pasture, ten acres of wood; eight eleventh parts of one messuage, one toft, one barn, one stable, one garden, one orchard, three acres of land, two acres of meadow, two acres of pasture, three acres of wood: in Bredgar, Borden, Seasalter, Kingston. Incorrectly dated in biro as 1803.

Box of slides marked 'Beltinge. Broomfield. Reculver'  CCA-U467/V/61/1/14  May 1964

1 file

35mm slides

Contents:
Cardboard slide box containing images of unidentified buildings and scenes. Ten card mounted colour transparenices.

Ordnance Survey Maps  CCA-U467/V/61/2  [n.d.]

Ordnance Survey map of Faversham, Sheppey, Whitstable and Herne Bay  CCA-U467/V/61/2/1  1885

1 map

Contents:
Sheet 273. Scale 1 inch: 1 mile

Ordnance Survey sheet of Kent: Canterbury to Ashford  CCA-U467/V/61/2/2  [1892]

1 map

Contents:
Sheet 289. Scale 1 inch:1 mile. Shows railways as at July 1892

Ordnance Survey sheet of Kent: Canterbury to Ashford  CCA-U467/V/61/2/3  1905

1 map

Contents:
Sheet 289. Revised edition. Scale 1 inch:1 mile. Shows railways as at July 1892

Ordnance Survey sheet of Waltham and Petham  CCA-U467/V/61/2/4  1908

1 map

Contents:
Sheet LVI NW. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Ordnance Survey sheet of Graveney and Hernhill  CCA-U467/V/61/2/5  1938

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XXXIV NE. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Ordnance Survey map of Whitstable, Herne Bay and Canterbury  CCA-U467/V/61/2/6  1938

1 large map

Unfit for Production

Contents:
Composite map. Scale 6 inch: 1 mile. Hand coloured. Also includes inset plans of Littlebourne, Stodmarsh and Westbere

Ordnance Survey map of Chestfield, Swalecliffe, Clowes Wood, and Studd Hill  CCA-U467/V/61/2/7  1945

1 large map

Contents:
With hand drawn annotations, and colouring in of field boundaries. Stuck onto netting type material

Ordnance Survey sheet of East Blean Woods and Hoath  CCA-U467/V/61/2/8  1943

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XXXVI 1. Scale 25 inches:1 mile. Hand drawn sketch map of Ford and Boyden Gate area on reverse.

Ordnance Survey sheet of Herne and Broomfield  CCA-U467/V/61/2/9  1946

1 map

Contents:
Sheet XXIV 13. Scale 25 inches:1 mile

Ordnance Survey sheet of Wickhambreux and Chislet  CCA-U467/V/61/2/10  1960

1 map

Contents:
Sheet TR 26 SW. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Ordnance Survey sheet of Chislet and Reculver  CCA-U467/V/61/2/11  1961

1 map

Contents:
Sheet TR 26 NW. Scale 6 inches:1 mile

Ordnance Survey sheet of Hoath and Chislet  CCA-U467/V/61/2/12  1961

1 map

Contents:
Sheet TR 2063 & TR 2163. Scale 25 inches:1 mile

Ordnance Survey map of Westmarsh, Richborough and Stourmouth  CCA-U467/V/61/2/13  [20th century]

1 large map

Contents:
Composite map. Sheet XXXVI. Annotated with hamlet names. Large central areas marked in red.

Ordnance Survey map of Maidstone and the Weald of Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/2/14  1974

1 map

Contents:
Sheet 188. Scale 1:50 000. First Series

Ordnance Survey map of the Weald of Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/2/15  1940

1 map

Contents:
Sheet 126. Scale 1 inch: 1 mile. War Revision version.

Ordnance Survey map: Sandwich to Deal  CCA-U467/V/61/2/16  [20th century]

1 map

Contents:
Composite map. Includes part of Sandwich, Worth, Hacklinge, West Street, Finglesham, Great Mongeham, Northbourne and Sholden. Shows the Deal branch of the South Eastern Railway

Ordnance Survey map: Reculver to Grove Ferry  CCA-U467/V/61/2/17  [20th century]

1 map

Contents:
Composite map. Includes St. Nicholas at Wade, Sarre, Reculver, Upstreet and Chislet. Shows Grove Ferry station

Ordnance Survey map of Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/2/18  1898

1 map

On wooden hangers

Contents:
Sheet XXIV. SW. Scale 80 chains:1 mile Shows Herne Bay, Herne, Reculver, Chislet, Swalecliffe, Dunkirk, Hoath and Westbere. Some areas handcoloured.

Ordnance Survey Combined Index of Maps of Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/2/19  [c.1936]

1 map

Contents:
For 6 inch and 25 inch scale maps. Shows civil parishes

General Maps  CCA-U467/V/61/3  [n.d.]

Copy of Andrews, Dury and Herbert map of Faversham, Boughton, Whitstable, and the Isle of Thanet  CCA-U467/V/61/3/1  [20th century]

1 map

Contents:
Annotated 'John Andrews & Andrew Dury & William Herbert, 1 January 1769'

Photograph of 1783 map of East Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/3/2  1962

1 item

Contents:
Taken for the Beaney Institute, 14 June 1962

Administrative boundaries in the County of Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/3/3  [1939]

1 map

Contents:
Copy map, showing boroughs and rural district councils as at 1 April 1939

'Footpaths in East Kent'  CCA-U467/V/61/3/4  1936-1985

1 file

Contents:
Six volumes of walks: East Kent (1936), Forest of Blean (1973. Interleaved are two newspaper cuttings, dated 1964: one relating to rights of way, the other to memories of the Battle of Waterloo), Heritage Walking Trails in East Kent (1985. Annotated on fly leaf 'W.C. Harvey'), North Downs (1974), North-East Kent (1961), Stonebridge (1973).

Map of Reculver and Chislet  CCA-U467/V/61/3/5  [20th century]

1 large map

Contents:
Droves marked in green. Canvas backed

Canterbury to Ashford area map showing railways  CCA-U467/V/61/3/6  [late 19th century]

1 map

Contents:
Sheet 289. Bound in reddish leatherette. Annotated in red

Map of Stourmouth and Richborough  CCA-U467/V/61/3/7  [20th century]

1 large map

Contents:
Shows field boundaries. Annotated 'Paramour Street'. Linen backed.

Chatham to Canterbury area map showing railways  CCA-U467/V/61/3/8  [late 19th century]

1 map

Contents:
Published by Whitstable Chamber of Trade, reproduced from The Daily Telegraph. Annotated 'half inch to the mile'

'The New Road Map of Kent'  CCA-U467/V/61/3/9  [early 20th century]

1 map

Contents:
Published by Geographica

'Kent'  CCA-U467/V/61/3/10  c.1840

1 map

Contents:
Little picture of Canterbury Cathedral and St. Augustine's Gate in bottom right hand corner. Shows Hundreds, and railways. Annotated 'c.1840'

Map of East Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/3/11  [20th century]

1 map

Contents:
Handrawn and painted. Shows rivers, old roads, and the Wantsum Channel. Possibly drawn by Wallace Harvey

Railway Maps  CCA-U467/V/61/4  [n.d.]

Map showing the railway line through Graveney and Herne Hill  CCA-U467/V/61/4/1  [late 19th-early 20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Photocopy. Also includes plans of inclines and embankments

Map showing the railway line at Seasalter Bay  CCA-U467/V/61/4/2  [late 19th-early 20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Photocopy. Also includes plans of inclines and embankments

Map showing the railway line through Preston (Faversham) and Goodnestone  CCA-U467/V/61/4/3  [late 19th-early 20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Photocopy. Also includes plans of inclines and embankments

Map showing the railway line through Whitstable  CCA-U467/V/61/4/4  [late 19th-early 20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Photocopy. Also includes plans of inclines and embankments

Map showing the railway line through Herne Bay  CCA-U467/V/61/4/5  [late 19th-early 20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Photocopy. Also includes plans of inclines and embankments

Map showing the railway line through Swalecliffe, Herne and Whitstable  CCA-U467/V/61/4/6  [late 19th-early 20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Photocopy. Also includes plans of inclines and embankments

Guides and Histories  CCA-U467/V/61/5  [n.d.]

Sections from a history of Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/5/1  [18th century]

1 part volume

Contents:
Pages 331-369. Volume unidentified.

History of Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/5/2  [18th century]

1 volume

Contents:
Front cover missing

Map of Whitstable-on-Sea and Herne Bay Environs  CCA-U467/V/61/5/3  [early 20th century]

1 volume

Archaeological Survey of the County of Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/5/4  1889

1 volume

Contents:
'Communicated to the Society of Antiquaries by George Payne' 28 June 1888

'Kent Past & Present'  CCA-U467/V/61/5/5  1901

1 volume

Contents:
Part of 'Philips' County Readers' series. Written by George Bosworth

Jubilee copy of 'Kent Tells the World'  CCA-U467/V/61/5/6  1935

1 volume

Contents:
Published by the 'Kent Messenger'.

'The Rebellion of Jack Cade, 1450'  CCA-U467/V/61/5/7  1950-1980

1 volume

Contents:
Written by Helen Lyle; published by the Historical Association, 1950. Annotated on front cover 'W. Harvey'. Stuck onto the inside of the front cover is a newspaper cutting from the Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press (undated) relating to the 500th anniversary of Whitstable men (named) who were pardoned by the King for their part in the rebellion. Interleaved is a bank statement for Wallace Harvey, dated 1979-1980.

'The Kent Police Centenary'  CCA-U467/V/61/5/8  Jun 1957

1 volume

Contents:
'Recollections of a Hundred Years'. Edited by R. L.Thomas. Personalised card of W. Harvey interleaved containing his hand-written notes on Special Constables

'Before and After The Hurricane in and around Canterbury'  CCA-U467/V/61/5/9  1988

1 volume

Contents:
By Paul Crampton; published by Meresborough Books

'Catalogue of Miscellaneous Old Books' for sale  CCA-U467/V/61/5/10  1834

1 volume

Contents:
Including a collection of histories relating to the county of Kent. To be sold by C. Brown of Margate

Kent Journals and Magazines  CCA-U467/V/61/6  [n.d.]

'Kent County Journal'  CCA-U467/V/61/6/1  1945-1946

2 magazines

Contents:
Vol VI. No. 5 October - December 1945 and Vol VI. No.6 January - March 1946

'The Journal of Kent Local History'  CCA-U467/V/61/6/2  Sep 1984

1 magazine

Contents:
No. 19. Produced by the County Local History Committee of the Kent Voluntary Service Council

'Kent Life'  CCA-U467/V/61/6/3  May 1986

1 magazine

Contents:
Includes an article on Peter Cushing

Publishing price list of the Kent Archive Service  CCA-U467/V/61/6/4  Feb 1985

1 item

'Kent Recusant History'  CCA-U467/V/61/6/5  1981-1982

2 booklets

Contents:
Number Five, Spring 1981; and Numbers Six and Seven, Autumn 1981 and Spring 1982 (in one issue). Published by the Kent Recusant History Society. Also includes (blank) membership application form, and order form a copy of John Lingard's 'History of England'. In an envelope entitled Wallace Harvey...

Kent Associations and Committees  CCA-U467/V/61/7  [n.d.]

'The Kentish Feast'  CCA-U467/V/61/7/1  1916-1960

1 booklet

Contents:
'Notes on the Annual Meetings of the Honourable Society of Natives of the County of Kent 1657-1701, with a Short Sketch of the Historyof its Successor: The Association of Men of Kent and Kentish Men. By Henry R. Plomer, 1916'. Copy of black and white photograph of 'Members of the Whitstable branch at Tankerton Hotel on November 30' 1960 stuck onto front inside page. Annotated 'Wallace Harvey' on front of fly leaf. Interleaved at end of booklet, Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes on the Association

'Kent: The Journal of the Association of Men of Kent and Kentish Men'  CCA-U467/V/61/7/2  1972

1 magazine

Contents:
Autumn edition. No.194

Notes on the Association of Men of Kent and Kentish Men  CCA-U467/V/61/7/3  [late 20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's hand written notes on the Founders Meeting, 1897 and the Feast or Annual Dinner in 1901

Aims and Activities of the County Local History Commitee  CCA-U467/V/61/7/4  [20th century]

1 leaflet

Contents:
Part of Kent Council of Social Service

Miscellaneous Kent history and geography  CCA-U467/V/61/8  [n.d.]

Newspaper cuttings relating to Dene Holes  CCA-U467/V/61/8/1  1906-1951

1 volume

Contents:
Hardbacked notebook used as a scrapbook for cuttings. Also includes two postcards of Chislehurst Caves addressed to Mr W. Camburn (1907) and Mrs W. Camburn (1910) from Charles (their son)

Photographs and notes relating to the vineyards of Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/8/2  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Includes Wallace Harvey's hand-written notes on vineyard, and two black and white photographs, taken by Douglas West, stuck onto board. Annotated on reverse 'Vineyards of Kent'

Notes on the Dragoons  CCA-U467/V/61/8/3  [20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes regarding Orders concerning the dragoons in 1698 and 1703

Parliamentary Return of Owners of Land: Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/8/4  1873

1 volume

Map of Kent's Parliamentary Divisions  CCA-U467/V/61/8/5  2 Nov 1935

1 item

Contents:
Specially drawn. Newspaper cutting, taken from the Kent Messenger

Kent as 'Bomb Alley' in World War II  CCA-U467/V/61/8/6  18 Jun 1854

1 item

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings taken from the Kent Messenger; stuck onto green card. Includes a map showing where the 'Doodlebugs' fell in 1944

List of Kent Pubs  CCA-U467/V/61/8/7  [20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Photocopy of typed list, arranged by town

Notes on Roman Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/8/8  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes. Museum list says its called 'The Last Roman Line of Defence in Britain'?? [Plus slides says museum list??????]

Notes on Customs and Coast Officers  CCA-U467/V/61/8/9  [20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Consists of men employed at the Custom House, Faversham in 1839; and Principal Coast Officers for Whitstable etc, early-mid 19th century

Notable buildings and places in Kent and Sussex  CCA-U467/V/61/8/10  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Loose sheets, detached from a volume (unidentified): consists of pp. 225-234, being text on Bromley College; and copies of photographs of numerous locations.

Brief note on 'Kent with her Cities and Earles'  CCA-U467/V/61/8/11  [20th century]

1 itme

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritting

1961 population figures for Kent  CCA-U467/V/61/8/12  9 Jun 1961

1 item

Contents:
Newspaper cutting taken from the 'Kent Messenger'. Also includes 1951 figures and percentage change over the ten years.

Unidentified  CCA-U467/V/62  [n.d.]

Photograph of beach 'Opposite The Lodge'  CCA-U467/V/62/1  Apr 1897

1 item

Contents:
Black and white photo stuck onto board. Endorsed on front 'Craik, Photo. Canterbury and Herne Bay'. Stamped on reverse 'C. W. Welby, Herne Bay'

Photograph of the New Dolphin Inn  CCA-U467/V/62/2  [late 19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Sepia print stuck onto board. Three of the four figures standing outside of the inn are named in pencil

Photographs of exterior of churches  CCA-U467/V/62/3  [n.d.]

3 items

Contents:
Sepia prints stuck onto cards. Churches unidentified

Box of slides marked 'Reculver'  CCA-U467/V/62/4  [20th century]

1 file

35mm slides

Contents:
Plastic slide box containing images of Winchester Cathedral (2), Reculver from the east, Site of Ford, Ford Farm Gatehouse, Rear of Ford, St. Ethelberga's Spring, untitled landscapes - possibly Seasalter marshes (2), unidentified house, Illuminated Book, St. Dunstan's Charter, and 'Orchid'. Ten plastic, and four card, mounted colour transparencies.

Out County  CCA-U467/W  1737-late 20th century

Contents:
All material with a geographical or historical theme relating to outside Kent. Includes foreign items.

Southern England  CCA-U467/W/1  [n.d.]

Religious historical booklet  CCA-U467/W/1/1  1927

1 vol, 1 map

Contents:
A history of the Buckinghamshire Quaker group called the Jordans.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/W/1/2  24 Mar 1979

1 sheet

Contents:
Article and pictures about a Buckinghamshire cat called Charlie who climbed eighty foot up a tree and was stuck there for a week.

Regatta Programmes  CCA-U467/W/1/3  1929-1935

5 vols

Contents:
Four Cowes Royal London Yacht Club Regatta programmes dating from 5th August 1929 to 2nd August 1932. One Royal Torbay Yacht Club Regatta programme, 28th August 1935.

Tourist booklet  CCA-U467/W/1/4  [1935]

1 vol

Contents:
Automobile Association and HM Office of Works guide to ancient monuments and historic buildings in East Anglia. Includes map and photographs.

Baptism certificate  CCA-U467/W/1/5  31 Aug 1831

1 doc

Contents:
For Robert Browes son of John and Catherine (nee Gray). Born 22nd May 1787 and baptized 26th May 1787 in the Parish of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.

Mortgage declaration of trust  CCA-U467/W/1/6  14 Jul 1888

1 doc

Contents:
Parties involved:. Herbert Tritton Sankey and Rest William Flint gentlemen of Canterbury.. Culloden Rowan a surveyor of 66 Queen Victoria Street, London... Edward Crump Baker a ship owner of Whitstable The mansion 'Bycullah House' and the Bycullah Park Estate in the parish of Enfield, Middlesex. Further messuages in St Leonard, Shoreditch plus 32 acres in Enfield and part of the Springcroft Estate. In addition 63 acres at Clay Hill and 'Northwood' in the parish of Watford, Herts with land attached and properties in Bath Street and Lisbon Street, Cambridge Road, Mile End.

Book pages  CCA-U467/W/1/7  [mid 20th century]

2 sheets

Contents:
Photographs of an illustration of Nonsuch Palace Epsom 1582 and a plan of the country adjoining Nonsuch circa 1550.

Suffragette Derby 1913  CCA-U467/W/1/8  1913

1 picture

Fragile

Contents:
Picture of the suffragette Derby at Epsom in 1913 with names of the horses, jockeys and owners. This is a copy of the only picture of the race.

'Greenwich Parish Church'  CCA-U467/W/1/9  1975

1 vol

Contents:
Booklet with photographs for the church of St Alfege and St Peter.

Ordnance Survey Map  CCA-U467/W/1/10  1959

1 map

Contents:
One inch linen map of Hastings.

Ordnance Survey Map  CCA-U467/W/1/11  1974

1 map, 1 sheet

Contents:
Land's End and the Lizard. A leaflet for a local guest house is inside the map.

London Underground map  CCA-U467/W/1/12  1 Jul 1933

1 map

Contents:
Large scale map with captions and key to show when and how the railway developed.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/W/1/13  [1969]

1 sheet

Contents:
Article about danger of London floods.

Ordnance Survey Map  CCA-U467/W/1/14  1935

1 map

Contents:
Linen special district (relief) map of Greater London.

Street Atlas  CCA-U467/W/1/15  [late 20th century]

1 vol

Contents:
Rye and Romney Marsh street plans.

Cigarette card  CCA-U467/W/1/16  [early 20th century]

1 card

Contents:
Card produced by Will's Cigarettes with an illustration and potted history of The Mermaid Inn in Rye.

Indenture  CCA-U467/W/1/17  28 Jul 1737

1 doc

Parchment brittle.

Contents:
Parties involved:. William Barnett the elder of the parish of St Leonard Shoreditch in Middlesex a butcher.. Isaac Colerno of the parish of St Leonard Shoreditch in Middlesex a grocer Messuage in the High Street commonly known as Holywell Street.

Engraving offprint  CCA-U467/W/1/18  [19th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Parsonage Hall at Terring in Sussex. Formerly published in September 1791 by J Robson, New Bond Street.

Slide of 'Hastings 1972'  CCA-U467/W/1/19  1972

1 doc

35mm slides

Contents:
Card mounted colour transparency

Northern England  CCA-U467/W/2  [n.d.]

Typescript  CCA-U467/W/2/1  [late 20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Notes on Guisborough, Yorkshire.

Map of Keswick  CCA-U467/W/2/2  1852

1 map

Contents:
With detail of ground for the proposed water supply.

Photograph album  CCA-U467/W/2/3  [early 20th century]

1 vol

Contents:
Bound book containing sixteen labelled sepia photographs of Lincoln Cathedral and the city in general.

Church magazine  CCA-U467/W/2/4  Mar 1970

1 vol

Contents:
'Spalding Parish Church News' a large journal with articles, advertisements and photographs.

Poem titled 'The Storm'  CCA-U467/W/2/5  [19th-20th century]

1 doc

Contents:
Storm of 9 February 1861. Regarding 'Its dreadful consequence in the Bay and Rocks of Hartlepool'. By John Owens

Isle of Man  CCA-U467/W/3  [n.d.]

Newspaper illustration  CCA-U467/W/3/1  25 Aug 1866

1 sheet

Contents:
Cutting from 'The Penny Illustrated Paper' with an illustration entitled 'peat-drying in the Isle of Man' showing three young women.

United Kingdom general  CCA-U467/W/4  [n.d.]

Contents:
Items relating to the whole of the UK such as maps, directories, weather reports, postcards, and articles.

'Pigot and Co's Royal National and Commercial Directory and Topography'  CCA-U467/W/4/1  1839

1 vol

Contents:
Covers the southern counties and London. Includes listings of the nobility, gentry and clergy plus county maps plus concise section on Whitstable.

'Britannia'  CCA-U467/W/4/2  1939

1 vol

Contents:
A picture book of Ogilby's early road maps of England Vol I, includes Kent. With a newspaper cutting about road use in 1955, part of an abstract of act clauses and a greetings card interleaved.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/W/4/3  12 Oct 1959

1 sheet

Contents:
An article in the Daily Telegraph about the end of the longest spell of dry weather since 1893.

Magazine pages  CCA-U467/W/4/4  23 Dec 1960

2 sheets

Contents:
Pages 41-44 of 'The Farmers Weekly' showing many photographs with captions about archaeological discoveries using aerial photography. Includes Roman Britain and the Middle Ages.

Magazine pages  CCA-U467/W/4/5  28 Nov 1969

4 sheets

Contents:
Pages 93 to 98 and the back cover of 'Farmers Weekly'. Photographs and articles about 'the English village' and gardening.

Holiday brochure  CCA-U467/W/4/6  1974

1 vol

Contents:
'East Kent Maidstone and District National Holidays 1974' from Attwoods Travel Service at 32 High Street in Whitstable.

Newspaper cutting  CCA-U467/W/4/7  2 Dec 1980

1 sheet

Contents:
Article from 'The Daily Mail' predicting a harsh winter.

'Duckham's Map and Guide'  CCA-U467/W/4/8  [1922]

1 vol

Contents:
A national road map and engine lubrication guide provided by the Canterbury Motor Company at The Pavilion in Canterbury for its customers.

Post cards  CCA-U467/W/4/9  [1920s]

1 file

Contents:
Various UK locations including Rye in Sussex. Overseas cards from France, the Congo and China. Plus a 1920s Birthday post card. Eighteen cards in total.

Overseas  CCA-U467/W/5  [n.d.]

Sepia photographs  CCA-U467/W/5/1  [late 19th century]

4 album pages, 43 photos

Contents:
Subjects include shipping, rural England and France. Some photographs show Coronation celebrations.

Newspaper cuttings  CCA-U467/W/5/2  1961

2 sheets

Contents:
Two articles with photographs about a Cathedral and an Anglican Church in New Zealand.

Unidentified man  CCA-U467/W/5/3  [late 20th century]

1 photo

Contents:
Colour photo of a man, probably taken overseas, in army clothes and lifting a box.

Illustration of church  CCA-U467/W/5/4  1814

1 doc

Contents:
The Great Church at Calais by Michael Topping, 1776. However this print is from a gentlemen's magazine of 1814.

General History  CCA-U467/X  [n.d.]

Contents:
Items on the principles of local history research and historical references that do not fit elsewhere. Subjects include bricks, cups, lotteries, nails, pens, and historical magazines. The General Section covers subjects ranging from pre-history through to the 20th century.

Bricks  CCA-U467/X/1  [n.d.]

Notes on bricks  CCA-U467/X/1/1  [post 1975]

1 sheet

Contents:
Includes chronology of sizes, notes on types of bricks, and origin of the word.

Cups  CCA-U467/X/2  [n.d.]

Notes on cups  CCA-U467/X/2/1  [later 20th century]

1 notebook and 1 sheet

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes on the history and use of cups and mugs. Interleaved with a note-page from 'SGB Dover' detailing [the winners? of] the Whitstable Football Cup, short biographical details of Wynn Ellis, and the names of members of the Lloyd and Greystone families.

Notes on cups  CCA-U467/X/2/2  [20th century]

1 envelope

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes on cups; geneological notes on the Bissaker family, with references to John Wesley and Methodism; genealogical notes on the Acors' family; notes on Miss Blakeney, schoolmistress; notes entitled 'Wesley's England' regarding drinking; cards on riddles; a Mothering Sunday card

General historical  CCA-U467/X/3  [n.d.]

Transcript of Anglo-Saxon  CCA-U467/X/3/1  [20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Consisting of topographical terms. Unidentified source.

Report on skull and teeth of a palaeolithic skeleton  CCA-U467/X/3/2  1960

1 sheet

Contents:
Copy report, type-written, by Mr D H Windell

Transcript of Latin  CCA-U467/X/3/3  [20th century]

1 sheet

Contents:
Relating to tenancy of Philip Chichester.

Pictures of basketwork  CCA-U467/X/3/4  [20th century]

1 file

Notes on health  CCA-U467/X/3/5  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes entitled 'Hallo, How are you?'. Loose sheets.

Tallis lectures  CCA-U467/X/3/6  [20th century]

1 envelope

Contents:
Wallce Harvey's handwritten notes entitled 'The Power of Memory'; handwritten and typed copy of notes on the Millennium. Loose sheets.

'Egyptian King's Tomb Found'.  CCA-U467/X/3/7  [19th-20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Newspaper cutting (unidentified and undated).

Letter regarding Lantern Lecture No.21  CCA-U467/X/3/8  20 Jan 1934

1 sheet

Contents:
From J.A. Milligan of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company to T.H. Large of Whitstable.

Letter regarding 'jumping-out coal'  CCA-U467/X/3/9  1982

2 items

Contents:
From Charles Traill to Wallace Harvey.

Photographs of a flying bomb  CCA-U467/X/3/10  [20th century]

4 items

Contents:
Outside a building with 'Wilson Elliott' on it. Photographs inserted onto a loose page from a photograph album.

Miscellaneous historical material  CCA-U467/X/3/11  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Envelope containing: article from The Countryman entitled 'Rescuing the Past', dated Autumn 1963; photograph of measures depicted in the 'Rescuing the Past' article; notes of marriages of members of the Le Keux and Lizey families, 1656-1676; newspaper cutting on the mildness of the season, reprinted 1944, from the Kentish Gazette, 7 January 1794. Envelope annotated with notes on the Walloon Congregation, 1726 and 1802, and the origin of certain words.

Original Pardon for Ann Arroll  CCA-U467/X/3/12  1800

Contents:
Given by the Old Bailey in London

Transcript from 'The Times'  CCA-U467/X/3/13  1959

Contents:
Synthetic wax treatment for water-logged wood.

Queen Victoria memorabilia  CCA-U467/X/3/14  1837

8 docs, 1 map, 1 envelope

Contents:
Illustrations of Queen Victoria's Coronation, her first visit to Brighton and her wedding breakfast. Nineteenth century map of Paris torn into three pieces.

Historical magazines  CCA-U467/X/4  [n.d.]

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/1  1952

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 1 No.1. August - September 1952

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/2  1952

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 1 No.2. October - November 1952

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/3  1952/1953

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 1 No.3. Decemebr 1952 - January 1953

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/4  1953

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 1 No.4. February - March 1953

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/5  1953

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 1 No.5. April - May 1953

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/6  1953

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 1 No.6. June - July 1953

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/7  1953

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 1 No.7. August - September 1953

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/8  1953

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 1 No.8. October - Nevember 1953

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/9  1953/1954

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 1 No.9. December 1953 - January 1954

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/10  1954

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 1 No.10. February - March 1954

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/11  1954

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 1 No.11. April - May 1954

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/12  1954

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 1 No.12. June - July 1954

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/13  1954

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 2 No.1. August - September 1954

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/14  1954

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 2 No.2. October - November 1954

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/15  1954/1955

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 2 No.3. December 1954 - January 1955

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/16  1955

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 2 No.4. February - March 1955

The Amateur Historian  CCA-U467/X/4/17  1957

1 booklet

Contents:
Vol. 3 No.5. Autumn issue.

Local History Handlist  CCA-U467/X/4/18  1947

1 booklet

Contents:
'A Short Bibliography and List of Sources for the Study of Local History and Antiquities'. Special Series: S 2. Published by The Historical Association.

Lotteries  CCA-U467/X/5  [n.d.]

Envelope entitled 'Lottery'  CCA-U467/X/5/1  [19th-20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Satirical pictures and verses re The Lottery of 14 January (year unspecified); a colour printed drawing entitled 'An Exact Representation of the Drawing of the State Lottery, to take place on 18 Jul 1826 for the last time; Wallace Harvey's handwritten notes on the 18 July lottery; February newsletter (year unspecified) for the St. Philip's Voluntary Service Scheme, including a comment by Wallace Harvey regarding lotteries; empty envelope with notes on the Camburn family.

Envelope entitled 'Lottery'  CCA-U467/X/5/2  [19th-20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Copies of satirical pictures and verses re The Lottery of 14 January (year unspecified); copy of a colour printed drawing entitled 'An Exact Representation of the Drawing of the State Lottery, to take place on 18 Jul 1826 for the last time; Wallace Harvey's handwritten and typewritten notes on the lottery; February newsletter (year unspecified) for the St. Philip's Voluntary Service Scheme, including a comment by Wallace Harvey regarding lotteries; advertisement for the '500 Club', 1995 newspaper cuttings regarding 1970's lotteries.

Nails  CCA-U467/X/6  [n.d.]

Envelope entitled 'Nails'  CCA-U467/X/6/1  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritten and typewritten notes on nails. Also includes two articles on nails.

Envelope entitled 'Nails and C'bury Fires'  CCA-U467/X/6/2  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritten and typewritten notes on nails. Envelope annotated with dates of fires, 754-1247.

Pens, writing, letters  CCA-U467/X/7  [n.d.]

Newspaper cuttings relating to pens and words  CCA-U467/X/7/1  [20th century]

3 items

Contents:
Cuttings on the Parker Pen Company; and words - in general and in the Bible.

Notes on pens and handwriting  CCA-U467/X/7/2  [20th century]

1 file

Contents:
Wallace Harvey's handwritten and typewritten notes.

Manuscript used as a book binding  CCA-U467/X/7/3  1622

1 sheet

Contents:
Glued onto paper. Original date of mansucript noted as 11 Elizabeth 1569.

Envelope entitled 'Early Letters Before Postage Stamps'  CCA-U467/X/7/4  1820-1852

1 file

Contents:
Handwritten letters, some with seals, and envelopes.

New Zealand stamps  CCA-U467/X/7/5  [20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Attached to scraps of envelope in a plastic wallet.

General Printed  CCA-U467/Y  [n.d.]

Contents:
Printed items that do not fit elsewhere. Includes books and booklets, late 20th century census information, commemorative material, health matters, information on Spain and Palestine, jokes, magazines, and posters and broadsheets. Diverse subjects. The documents were created in the 19th and 20th centuries although some refer to earlier events in history.

Books and Booklets  CCA-U467/Y/1  [n.d.]

'The Battle of Britain'  CCA-U467/Y/1/1  1941

4 items

Contents:
An Air Ministry Account of the Great Days from 8 August - 31 October 1940. Published by HMSO, London. Includes two sheets of handwritten notes on the same period, and a service list for the Church of Sts. Peter and Paul, Ospringe. Annotated on back cover with '11.0 AM 3 Sept 1939'

'Sketch of the Life, Personal Appearance, Character, and Manners of Charles S. Stratton, the Man in Minature known as General Tom Thumb'  CCA-U467/Y/1/2  1858

1 booklet

Contents:
Printed by Thomas Brettell, London

'The Dagger or London in the Line'  CCA-U467/Y/1/3  Nov 1918

1 booklet

Contents:
Printed by Spottiswoode, Ballantyne and Co. Ltd, London. Annotated 'Pte W Hallaway, 1/7 Middlesex Regt, 56th London Div'. Also contains some internal annotation.

National Savings Stamp Book  CCA-U467/Y/1/4  [pre 1971]

1 booklet

Contents:
Unused

Rent Receipt Book  CCA-U467/Y/1/5  [20th century]

1 booklet

Contents:
Incomplete

'The National Trust'  CCA-U467/Y/1/6  1956

1 booklet, 1 loose sheet

Contents:
Report 1955-56. Includes Cumulative Supplement to the List of Properties dated Spring 1955.

Census  CCA-U467/Y/2  [n.d.]

Explanatory notes regarding the census  CCA-U467/Y/2/1  1971

2 leaflets

Contents:
Notes on census completion, and the importance of the 1971 Census

Explanatory notes regarding the census  CCA-U467/Y/2/2  1981

1 leaflet

Contents:
Leaflet explaning why the census is important

Commemorative material  CCA-U467/Y/3  [n.d.]

Commemorative Album of The Great Exhibition  CCA-U467/Y/3/1  1950

1 booklet

Contents:
Produced by the Victoria and Albert Museum. Published by HMSO.

Official Programme of King George's Jubilee Procession  CCA-U467/Y/3/2  [1934]

1 booklet

Contents:
Published by King George's Jubilee Trust. Annotated 'Crawford'

'The Call to Duty'  CCA-U467/Y/3/3  1983

1 booklet

Contents:
Commemorative booklet for the tercentenary of the English Excise, 1683-1983. Published by HM Customs and Excise

Health  CCA-U467/Y/4  [n.d.]

'What To do if its Catching'  CCA-U467/Y/4/1  [20th century]

1 booklet, 1 loose sheet

Contents:
A guide to identifying and preventing the spread of infectious diseases. Printed by Newton, Chambers and Co. Ltd. Complements slip of publishers interleaved.

St. John's Opthalmic Hospital, Jerusalem  CCA-U467/Y/4/2  [20th century]

1 leaflet

Contents:
Publicity leaflet regarding the hospital and its work and requesting donations and volunteers. Part of the Order of St. John.

Poster showing a child with a cut leg  CCA-U467/Y/4/3  [20th century]

1 item

Contents:
No written details. Possibly associated with St. John's Ambulance.

International  CCA-U467/Y/5  [n.d.]

The King of Spain's Walk in London  CCA-U467/Y/5/1  26 Aug 1908

1 item

Contents:
Poster published by the Daily Mirror

Spanish Lottery ticket  CCA-U467/Y/5/2  1919

1 item

Map showing key Bible locations in Palestine  CCA-U467/Y/5/3  [20th century]

1 map

Jokes and Cartoons  CCA-U467/Y/6  [n.d.]

Joke Medical Dictionary  CCA-U467/Y/6/1  [20th century]

1 booklet

Contents:
'Revised Hospital Edition for the Lay-Man'. Annotated 'with love from Gladys'. Possibly a get-well card.

Notebook of jokes entitled 'Have a Laugh'  CCA-U467/Y/6/2  [20th century]

1 notebook

Contents:
Exercise book with jokes from newspapers, crackers. etc. pasted in.

Notebook of cartoons entitled 'Good For A Laugh'  CCA-U467/Y/6/3  [20th century]

1 notebook

Contents:
Exercise book with newspaper cuttings 'London Laughs' By Lee pasted in.

Leaflets, Memos, and Cards  CCA-U467/Y/7  [n.d.]

Reproduction of Old Series Ordnance Survey  CCA-U467/Y/7/1  [1973x1974]

1 leaflet

Contents:
Promotional leaflet regarding a proposed ten-volume reproduction

Publicity leaflet entitled 'Party Drinks'  CCA-U467/Y/7/2  [c.1960s]

1 leaflet

Contents:
Non-alcoholic drinks suggestions. Published by Mrs Thomas, Nottingham.

Publicity leaflet entitled 'Revised Drinking'  CCA-U467/Y/7/3  [c.1960s]

1 leaflet

Contents:
Published by The Amethyst Club

Memorandum referring to 'The Motor Vehicle Parking Problem'  CCA-U467/Y/7/4  [c.mid 20th century, pre 1971]

1 leaflet

Contents:
Issued by The Motor Agents' Association.

Print of Invicta Engine  CCA-U467/Y/7/5  [20th century?]

1 item

Contents:
Black and white drawing on card

Fruit pickers  CCA-U467/Y/7/6  [19th/20th century]

1 item

Contents:
Sepia postcard, titled and undated

Magazines  CCA-U467/Y/8  [n.d.]

'The Penny Magazine'  CCA-U467/Y/8/1  1838

1 volume

Contents:
Produced by The society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Bound volume.

'The Listener'  CCA-U467/Y/8/2  26 Apr 1933

1 magazine

Contents:
Published by the British Broadcasting Corporation. Vol IX. No. 224. Pages 655-656 missing.

'Picture Post'  CCA-U467/Y/8/3  23 Feb 1952

1 magazine

Contents:
Vol 54. No 8

'Penny Post'  CCA-U467/Y/8/4  6 Jun 1953

1 magazine

Contents:
'Special Coronation Souvenir Number' Vol 59. No 10

'Penny Post'  CCA-U467/Y/8/5  13 Jun 1953

1 magazine

Contents:
'Special Coronation Souvenir Number' Vol 59. No 11

'Atheist Agenda'  CCA-U467/Y/8/6  Jul/Aug 1969

1 leaflet

Contents:
Writteb by Dillon Mac Carthy. Reprinted from 'The Crusader'. Published by the Conventual Franciscans, Franciscan Friary, Manchester

'There was a Festival: Good News according to St. John'  CCA-U467/Y/8/7  [c.1950s-1970s]

1 magazine

Contents:
Produced for the British and Foreign Bible Society. Annotated 'To Wallace with love from Florence'

Posters and Broadsheets  CCA-U467/Y/9  [n.d.]

'Particulars of the Trial and Execution of James M'Grath, Benjamin Vever, William Petrie and Phillip M'Donald'  CCA-U467/Y/9/1  1800

2 items

Contents:
Penenden Heath, Maidstone, 27 March 1800. Broadsheet, and handwritten notes on traitors and informers.

Trial and Execution of John Hayward; and of Thomas Pryor and James Joy  CCA-U467/Y/9/2  1836

3 items

Contents:
John Hayward was tried and executed at Penenden Heath, Maidstone, 'For the Wilful Murder of Elizabeth Impett, at Sellindge. Thomas Pryer and James Joy were executed at Maidstone Prison on 31st March 1836. Includes details of offences and 'A Copy of Verses'.

'Salamander Jim'  CCA-U467/Y/9/3  [mid 19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Broadsheet of satirical observations.

'Wanted' poster entitled 'Strayed and Missing'  CCA-U467/Y/9/4  [mid 19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Parody - refers to George IV?

Poster referring to Queen Caroline  CCA-U467/Y/9/5  [mid 19th century]

1 item

Contents:
Consisting of two poems: one entitled 'The Knight-Errant, or, The Distressed Queen'; the other, 'The Arrival of Queen Caroline in England'

Slides  CCA-U467/Y/10  [n.d.]

Bibles  CCA-U467/Y/10/1  [20th century]

1 file

35mm slides

Contents:
Plastic slide sheet containing images of Bibles, one titled 'Bible 1539 Coverdale'. Ten plastic and one card mounted colour transparenices.

Bibles  CCA-U467/Y/10/2  [20th century]

1 file

35mm slides

Contents:
Plastic slide box containing images of 'St. Jerome, Latin 4th Century', 'Luthers New Testament', 'Wycliffes Bible 1380', First Printed Bible 1454','Erasmus New Testament 1516', 'The Great Bible 1539', 'Geneva Bible 1560', Bishops' Bible. Portrait of Queen Elizabeth 1568', 'Latin Vulgate. Common Language of the People', 'Lindisfarne Gospels', 'Lindisfarne Gospel, Detail', 'Illuminated Bible', 'Codex', Codex Sinaiticus', 'Papyrus Fragment. 2000 Yrs Old', 'Hebrew Scroll', 'Winchester Bible' (4), 'Bible' (2), unidentified bible. Also includes an image of 'Vineyards'. Eight plastic and sixteen card mounted colour transparenices.

Box of slides marked 'Bible'  CCA-U467/Y/10/3  [20th century]

1 file

35mm slides

Contents:
Plastic slide box containing images of time-lines (4) dated 300-1611, Bible fagments, a wall, and ducks and peacocks. Two plastic and five card mounted colour transparenices.

Box of empty slides  CCA-U467/Y/10/4  [20th century]

1 file

35mm slides

Contents:
Plastic slide box containing five plastic frames

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