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Children at Arrowe Park Tuberculosis Sanatorium on the Wirral in the 1890s. Exposure to the sun was thought to be a cure and this is probably the first time their bodies had seen the sun Mothers bringing their children to attend the TB Clinic at Arrowe Park Tuberculosis Sanatorium in the 1890s. The big vat of "Virol" was one of the few ways to counter the disease Mothers bringing their children to the TB Clinic at Arrowe Park Tuberculosis Sanatorium in the 1890s. They would have regular check-ups to see the progress of the "cure" Child with a cricket bat in the 1880s. This glass negative was found on a dusty shelf in a Hastings junk shop, so it is probably a local child (a boy, despite the clothes!)
Bedford Road, Rock Ferry, in the 1890s. Seeming to be twice the width it appears now, due to the lack of traffic parked on the sides On the Boating Lake at Alexandra Park, Hastings, in the 1880s. The Park had just been opened by Edward, Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra "Oceanic" docking at Liverpool Landing Stage in 1900. She was a predecessor sister-ship of "Titanic" and suffered a similar fate in 1914 The Oxford Street end of Tottenham Court Road, London, in 1900, dominated by the tower of the headquarters of the Y.M.C.A.
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The Tower of London and Tower Bridge in 1900. The line of cabs has a single horse-drawn cab A meeting of Widnes Harmonic Society in the 1880s. These gentlemen were obviously well-known, - can anybody supply some information? Inside a Railway Signal Box somewhere near Liverpool in the 1880s. An unusual glass negative taken using only the available light