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Pictures Dated 1st April 2019

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Featured 1 Apr 2019 Image

A donkey and cart in Market Square, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Market Square (or Commercial Square) with the Wellington Hotel in the background. There are four carts in the picture. The horse drawn cart has a boy driver, while on the donkey cart the young boy has the reins in his hands, but is being supervised by the old man wearing an old fashioned patched farm smock. The young girl on the left is wearing a white smock over her clothes and shading her eyes from the sun to look at something across the square. What looks like a market stall is behind the cart with wicker baskets as it's load. Part of the A.K. Hamilton Jenkin collection. Photographer: Unknown.

© From the collection of the RIC

Featured 1 Apr 2019 Image

Charles Kennedy, Fowey, Cornwall. July 1992

Liberal Democrat President Charles Kennedy (centre) was guest of honour at the annual dinner of the Party's South East Cornwall branch, held at the Fowey Hotel. Eighty local Lib-Dem members attended the function and heard their party president sound an optimistic tone for the political party in Cornwall. Also pictured are Charles Onions (left), Chairman of SE Cornwall Liberal Democrats and Robin Teverson, who became the Member of European Parliament for the Cornwall-Plymouth seat in 1994. Photographer: Jonathan Barker .

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker

Featured 1 Apr 2019 Image

Wheal Call Count House looking west from Porth Ledden, Cape Cornwall, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. Early 1900s

A view of Wheal Call Count House from a house above Porth Ledden with The Brisons in the distance. The chimney stack of Cape Cornwall Mine can be seen on the headland. Cape Cornwall marks the point where the Atlantic currents divide. Some of the water flows north into the Bristol Channel and the Irish Sea with the rest becoming the English Channel. Photographer: Unknown.

© From the collection of the RIC