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Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Country lane near Relubbus, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1969

Country lane near Relubbus, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1969
Country lane near Relubbus, in summer. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1890s

Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1890s
Bessys Cove, also known as Prussia Cove, showing the house of John Carter prior to its demolition in 1906. John Carter was one of Cornwalls most famous smugglers

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: St Hilary School, Cornwall. Around 1914

St Hilary School, Cornwall. Around 1914
Group 1 children at St Hilary School together with their teachers. The group are standing just to the left of the door of the school building. Photographer: Samuel John Govier

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: St Hilary School, Cornwall. 1910-1914

St Hilary School, Cornwall. 1910-1914
Minor scholarship winners standing and sitting with their teacher outside the school building, wearing school caps. Photographer: Samuel John Govier

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Boats at Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. Around 1925

Boats at Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. Around 1925
Prussia Cove is named after a smuggler, John Carter, who referred to himself as the King of Prussia. Glass lantern slide from a lecture, entitled Some Historic Cornish Beauty Spots

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Fishermens huts and lobster pots, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1970

Fishermens huts and lobster pots, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1970
Thatched fishermens huts and traditional wicker lobster pots at Prussia Cove, also known as Bessys Cove. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Fishermens huts and lobster pots, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1970

Fishermens huts and lobster pots, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1970
Thatched fishermens huts and traditional wicker lobster pots at Prussia Cove, also known as Bessys Cove. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Fishermens huts and lobster pots, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1970

Fishermens huts and lobster pots, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1970
Thatched fishermens huts and traditional wicker lobster pots at Prussia Cove, also known as Bessys Cove. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Lobster pots and boat, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1970

Lobster pots and boat, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1970
Traditional wicker lobster pots and a small boat at Prussia Cove, also known as Bessys Cove. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Fishermens huts and lobster pots, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1970

Fishermens huts and lobster pots, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1970
Thatched fishermens huts and traditional wicker lobster pots at Prussia Cove, also known as Bessys Cove. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Country lane near Relubbus, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1969

Country lane near Relubbus, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1969
Country lane near Relubbus, in summer. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Fishermens huts and lobster pots, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1970

Fishermens huts and lobster pots, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1970
Thatched fishermens huts and traditional wicker lobster pots at Prussia Cove, also known as Bessys Cove. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Charles Woolf and Dorothy Dudley in a country lane near Relubbus, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1969

Charles Woolf and Dorothy Dudley in a country lane near Relubbus, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1969
Photographer Charles Woolf and historian, teacher and archaeologist Dorothy Dudley are standing in a country lane near Relubbus, in summer. Charles Woolf has a camera around his neck

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Thatched cottage, Relubbus, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1972

Thatched cottage, Relubbus, St Hilary, Cornwall. 1972
Thatched cottage on the Marazion Road, Relubbus. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: House above the cliff at the back of Bessies Cove, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. Around 1925

House above the cliff at the back of Bessies Cove, Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. Around 1925
Prussia Cove is named after a smuggler, John Carter, who referred to himself as the King of Prussia. The house was inhabited for years by smugglers

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Prussia Cove looking seaward, St Hilary, Cornwall. Around 1925

Prussia Cove looking seaward, St Hilary, Cornwall. Around 1925
Prussia Cove is named after a smuggler, John Carter, who referred to himself as the King of Prussia. Glass lantern slide from a lecture, entitled Some Historic Cornish Beauty Spots

Background imageSt Hilary Collection: Major Gills wife Henrietta Mabel (nee Dobel) on the cliff above Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall

Major Gills wife Henrietta Mabel (nee Dobel) on the cliff above Prussia Cove, St Hilary, Cornwall. Around 1925
Prussia Cove is named after a smuggler, John Carter, who referred to himself as the King of Prussia. Glass lantern slide from a lecture, entitled Some Historic Cornish Beauty Spots


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