Chipping Hill from near the Albert, usual view. Includes someone on a bicycle. On the left probably Earlsmead (built c 1899, may be some scaffolding there). On the far side of the road, left to right, 32 Chipping Hill (a cottage on the green, just right of Earlsmead), 18 Chipping Hill and forge, 16 Chipping Hill (Bramstons, in trees), 14 Chipping Hill (Recess), 12 Chipping Hill, 10 Chipping Hill (these two a pair), 8 Chipping Hill (Temples, with tree in front), probably 4 Chipping Hill (the Grange, extreme right). Postmark 30 September 1904. ‘ Addressed to Miss A Dixon, ‘Ebenezer’, 233 Whitehorse Lane, S Norwood’. Message reads ‘Dear Amy, I thought you would like this for your collection. Hope all are well. With love, Ethel’.
|Publisher||Afford, Stationer, Witham|
|Source||John Newman, 35 The Avenue, Witham, CM8 2DT|