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Images Dated 11th June 2018

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The Five Pilchards Inn, Porthallow, St Keverne, Cornwall. Around 1890s Featured 11 Jun 2018 Print

The Five Pilchards Inn, Porthallow, St Keverne, Cornwall. Around 1890s

Signage on the inn states S.J. Southey licensed to let a horse & trap on hire, boats for pleasure or fishing purposes'. Samuel Southey is seated in the trap. His wife, Mrs Agnes Southey is standing at the railings with their son, Joe Southey. Standing holding the donkey is Amelia Tremills (adopted daughter). Amelia married Joe Jewell and their son, also Joe Jewell, was living in Porthallow in 1982. The woman in white, standing by the front door, is unknown. Samuel John Govier, the photographer, was friendly with the Southey family. Photographer: Samuel John Govier

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Bank Square, looking towards the Consolidated Bank of Cornwall and Chapel Street, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. Early 1900s Featured 11 Jun 2018 Print

Bank Square, looking towards the Consolidated Bank of Cornwall and Chapel Street, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. Early 1900s

A mixed group of people stop to pose for the photograph of Bank Square and Chapel Street. The signs in the bank window read Bolitho's Bank Limited, Hours 10 to 3 and Fridays 10 to 12. The shop on the corner of Chapel Street has advertisements for Venus Soap, Cadburys Chocolate and Cocoa displayed. Also a sign reading "Ponies & Dogcart On Hire. Terms Moderate." The sign on the house above the man with the bicycle reads "J. Stevens Grocer, Draper, Refreshments, ?" Another sign, partly obscured by the head of the same man, seems to read "Mr Johnstone Dental - ?" Photographer: Unknown

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The cove and Rumps Point, Port Quin, St Endellion, Cornwall. 1906 Featured 11 Jun 2018 Print

The cove and Rumps Point, Port Quin, St Endellion, Cornwall. 1906

View of the cove at Port Quin and Doyden castle with the Rumps in the distance. Doyden Castle looks more like a castellated folly than a proper castle. It overlooks Lundy bay and was built in 1830 by Samuel Symons as a place to entertain his friends. The Rumps is a twin-headland promontory at the north-east corner of Pentire Head in north Cornwall. Port Quin was once a busy fishing port and is said to have been mostly abandoned after all of the fishermen from the village were lost during a storm in the 19th century. Photographer: Herbert Hughes

© From the collection of the RIC