Archive centreCarlisle
ReferenceDX 2103/2/3
TitlePhotographs and text for a Cumberland Scrap Book
DescriptionContents of a lever-arch file captioned 'Part I Biographical and Country Life Photos for Cumberland scrap book', comprising black and white photographs, postcard photographs, and typescript and manuscript texts
The photographs include:
A hide from which a photograph was taken of a curlew's nest; song thrush in nest; lambs (evidently [published in] Carlisle Journal , Mar 1941); scarecrows; road by Buttermere; Solway marshes (including fishermen mending nets, hawling in nets, and sorting a catch); lifting potatoes at Skinburness; Miss Timperon with some of her mares and foals, Causeway Head Farm, Silloth; boys walking to school; children paddling in a stream; children in a motorcar on an excursion; children trespassing near a railway line; children playing games (including 'hitchy pot' and tops) in a schoolyard; an old lady by a gate; lambing season; Dalston churchyard (and Mr Redmayne's associated text); song thrush in a rose bush; and waterhen's nest
The typescripts include:
'Bibles in Stone', 'The Clay Dabbings of Cumberland', 'Photographing Birds', and 'Spring Time'
Dateundated, [late 1930s]
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Photographs and text for a Cumberland Scrap Book

Photographs and text for a Cumberland Scrap Book

Photographs and text for a Cumberland Scrap Book

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