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Bockhill Farm: Kathleen. c.1920/30
Annie Sharpe photograph
Bockhill Farm: Manual labouring
A series of black and white photographs of manual labouring activities on Bockhill Farm. All undated but thought to have been taken during the 1920s/30s by Annie Sharpe.
Bockhill Farm: Women at a picnic. 1920/30
Annie Sharpe photograph
Bockhill Farm: Young boy with Pip the farm dog.
Undated but thought to have been taken in the 1920s/30s. Annie Sharp photo.
Confirmation Certificate for Emily Annie Sharpe. 14th December 1911
This is the original Confirmation Certificate of Emily Annie Sharpe dated 14th December 1911, with her first communion in St Margaret's Church being on Christmas Day 1911
Ernie Sharpe and 'Yo-Yo' the farmdog on Bockhill Farm
Black and white photograph thought to have been taken by Annie Sharpe. Undated Reverse of the photograph annotated 'Dad and Yo-Yo'
Farm workers and Annie Sharpe's father at Bockhill Farm
Farm workers with Annie Sharpe's father at Bockhill Farm.
Kathleen and Mrs Gardner sitting in a field
Kathleen and Mrs Gardner sitting in a field. It is not known what connection they have to Annie Sharpe but the photograph is one from her collection.
Mr Sharpe and unknown friends
Mr Sharpe and unknown friends.
People visiting or working at Bockhill Farm. c1930
A series of black and white photographs of the various men and women (all unidentified) associated with Bockhill Farm. All undated but likely to have been taken during the 1920s/30s mostly by Annie Sharpe. The first ...
Portrait of Annie Sharpe. early 20thc
A delightful, but undated, studio portrait photograph of Annie Sharpe.
Postcard sent to Bockhill Farm from Tranacore temporary hospital. 1916
A postcard sent to Miss A Sharpe at Bockhill Farm during 1916 from ' E M' who was in Tranacore House temporary hospital at Pewsey run by the Red Cross, which is depicted on the ...
RSPCA memory plaque to Annie Sharpe. 1982
On her death, Annie Sharpe made a bequest to the RSPCA Dover, Deal and District Branch which enabled the renovation of their premises in 1982
The White family 1963-1970
A few photographs of the White family dating from 1963 to 1970. The connection to Annie Sharpe is not given.
Young Annie Sharpe
Two studio photographs of Annie Sharpe
Young Annie Sharpe with her dolls
A studio photograph of a young Annie Sharpe with her dolls
Young boys at Bockhill Farm. c.1920-30
Two black and white photographs both undated; thought to have been taken by Annie Sharp
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