Top of Newland Street looking west. On left, trees in front of the Grove. In centre, facing towards camera (two-storey, facing towards camera). Behind trees right of centre, Whiteall (18 Newland Street). On right, left tor right, 12 Newland Street, 10 Newland Street, 8 Newland Street (in terrace).
Postmark 9 September 1951. Addressed to Mr and Mrs Bousasse[?], 22 Fairhaven Avenue, Gladeside, [???] Croydon. Message reads ‘I so hope you are feeling better for your holidays, both of you. We are having a grand time, feel the benefit of the rest, although I have picked hundreds of [???] of fruit for Minnie’s neighbours. Have been for some long rides and the country is looking lovely. Will bring your book back with me[???] you all [???] [???] [???] L & S P’.
|Publisher||Frith. No.W119006, formerlyWIT 6|
|Date taken||1930 to 1951|