EJB 3/19 - Truck containing mostly children, with two soldiers sitting at back. Possibly two tanks on left-hand side. - ca. 1936
From "Spain At War", London. Caption reads approximately: The republican truck which will take the liberated children to sanctuary, they break to say goodbye to our troops.
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D892/3/7-9 - The exterior of the Centre (with Jane Selby, Peter Legget, and Rick Speare on the left hand side)
A301/2/2/19 - Two gentlemen (`H.C.C.[Chadwick] & W.M.S.[Smith]') looking at tanks in the Aquarium of the MBS
EJB 2/1/26 - Statue of Columbus in front of the customs house, with two Fascist machine guns in the ball.
D261/4 - Photograph of [the West side of Grove Street, looking North West from the junction with Cambridge Street on the left to slightly beyond Oxford Street on the right], with two cars and people in the background
RC/3/2/11 - Two stories by Cliff Burns submitted for possible inclusion in Years Best Horror anthology, possibly Best New Horror co-edited with Stephen Jones,
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D970/2/5 - Twelve male students standing on and (in two cases) with their hands and feet on the steps [of the Students' Union, Bedford Street North]