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The Green Man
The Green Man
The Green Man various press cuttings 1937 - 2008
Typewritten transcripts from Dover Express & East Kent News 1937-2008 a) Wingham Division Ale Licence List which mentions The Green Man in 174 b) At Wingham Petty Sessions on 9th July 1937, Mr NG Goodwin applied to ...
The Green Man with licensee George Cramp; with horse and cart. c1900
From the Gordon Denoon album, copies of two postcards depicting The Green Man public house.
The Green Man with licensee George Cramp. c1900
A postcard showing the licensee George Cramp standing outside The Green Man Inn, taken at the turn of the 20th century.
The Green Man, St Margaret's Bay from the garden. c1900
A black and white Frith's Series postcard, although un-numbered, of the Green Man and garden, circa 1900. Unused.
The Green Man, St Margaret's Bay from the garden. early 20th c
A postcard showing a view of The Green Man looking across the bowling green. Early 20th century.
The Green Man, St Margaret's Bay, rose garden. c1920
A postcard entitled 'Rose Garden, Green Man' looking towards the Inn with a flagpole left foreground. Early 1920's.
The Green Man, St Margaret's Bay. c1950
A sepia postcard of The Green Man, now the Coastguard pub, the hostelry behind the beach in St Margaret's Bay circa 1950. Unused and published by Valentine and Sons Ltd. of Dundee and London.
The Green Man, terrace and car park. c1950s
A view of The Green Man looking along its frontage towards Ness Point and showing its delightful terrace.
The Green Man, the garden. early 20th c
A postcard showing a view of the garden of The Green Man Inn looking seawards. early 1920's.
The Green Man, with licensee George Cramp. c1900
A postcard showing a picture of The Green Man Inn at the turn of the 20th century. George Cramp, landlord, is seen standing outside with family/staff. There is a written description of George Cramp taken from ...
War damaged village on the beach
Three black and white photographs depicting the WW2 war damage to houses in the Bay. The middle picture is believed to be the Bay Hotel. These were taken by Gordon Denoon, a frequent summer visitor to ...
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