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Slide set: [Photographs of Cornwall] (lecture: Gibson & Sons [Penzance/Scilly], at least 21 slides, n.d.)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
[1]
Ancient Stone Coffin, Crantock Churchyard
[2]
Ancient Cross before Wharnecliffe Arms Hotel
[3]
Chysoister, ancient British village
[4]
St Ives, Zennor Cromlech
[5]
Ancient Quern or hand-mill in the Ancient British village, Chysoister
[6]
Mawgan, Churchyard Cross
[7]
St Buryan Cross
[8]
Gulval, Old Cross
[9]
Chysoister, Ancient British Village
[10]
Market Cross, Penzance
[11]
Newlyn, Washing Mackerel
[12]
Newlyn, Fishing Fleet
[13]
Delabole Quarries
[14]
Penlee Blue Elvan Stone Quarry at Newlyn -- 270 feet high
[15]
Tin Smelting Works, Chyandon
[16]
Lamorna Stone Quarries
[17]
Cambourne Mines
[18]
Madron -- Wayside Cross
[19]
Raising Wheal Basset Head Gear
[20]
Blocks of Cornish Tin on the pier for shipment
[21]
Ding Dong Mine looking east
Main type of image
photograph
Main usage of set
lecture
Date of first manufacture
unknown
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Lucerna ID  3009152

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 6 March 2017

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