On the Air with his Mouth Organ Albert Leonard Lee, of 145a Lower Road, St Mary Cray
"On the Air" with his Mouth Organ
Albert Leonard Lee, of 145a Lower Road, St Mary Cray, Kent, who is an expert with the harmonic or mouth organ, and is only eleven years old, is to broadcast shortly from the BBC.
He is to broadcast on 14 November 1935 and is seen in the picture giving his school pals a treat
© John Topham / TopFoto
Naval cadets from the Thames Nautical College training ship HMS Worcester are being
Naval cadets from the Thames Nautical College training ship HMS Worcester are being evacuated from Greenhithe to the countryside.
Here the Worcester Boys are messing around in the grounds of Foots Cray Place, Kent, which is their new quarters for the duration of the war.
2 September 1939
© John Topham / TopFoto.co.uk
1930s, 20th Century, 30s, Black And White, Boy, Cadet, Children, Country, Countryside, Europeana Photography, Evacuee, Fun, Funny, Ground, Grounds, Hedge, Humour, Jump, Jumping, Monochrome, Nineteen Thirties, Play, Playing, Teen, Teenager, Teenagers, Thirties, Topham, Twentieth Century, Uniform, Uniforms, Worcester Boys, World War Two Ww2 Second World War, Ww2 Wwii World War Two, Young, Youth
Where Queen Elizabeth I lived and danced galliards with her courtiers. The Old
Where Queen Elizabeth I lived and danced galliards with her courtiers. The Old Palace at Croydon now a secondary school for girls.
Some of the schoolgirls playing around the fine old archway which leads to the banqueting hall at the Old Palace.
18 September 1923
1920s, 20s, Arch, Black And White, Building, Central News, Children, Croydon Palace, Europeana Photography, Girls, Gymslips, Monochrome, Old Palace School, Play, Playing, Pupils, Steps, Twentieth Century