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P2903-9/11 Postcard, sepia, 'The Windmill, Keston', printed by EA Sweetman & Son Ltd, Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom, c1964. Click to enlarge.

Postcard of the Windmill, Keston

Printed
Postcard, sepia, 'The Windmill, Keston', printed by EA Sweetman & Son Ltd, Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom, c1964

Lawrence Hargrave (1850-1915) spent his childhood in this district, 1850-1865.

Summary

Object No.

P2903-9/11

Object Statement

Postcard, sepia, 'The Windmill, Keston', printed by EA Sweetman & Son Ltd, Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom, c1964

Physical Description

Postcard, sepia, 'The Windmill, Keston', printed by EA Sweetman & Son Ltd, Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom, c1964

Lawrence Hargrave (1850-1915) spent his childhood in this district, 1850-1865.

Marks

Printed on lower centre of postcard '56070.The Windmill, Keston.'Handwritten in ink on reverse 'Run by man called "Ellis /Mill" / othermill "Olive's mill" was / blown down in Sept. 1879 / (present Rectory is on the site. XOld rectory was / bombed) / X of "Olive's" mill. / Notes made during conversation / with Mrs Carter.Mill is / very close to "Ravensbourne" '.

Production

Printed

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Postcard of the Windmill, Keston 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 25 May 2022, <https://ma.as/323237>

Wikipedia

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