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Local and family films of Cuckfield, Balcombe and environs with views of a local housing and civil engineering construction projects from the 1950s to 1980s.
A collection of amateur films by Mrs Kathleen Arrowsmith mainly filmed at Warren Farm, Streatley, Berkshire; showing farming work and agricultural shows between the mid 1930s and early 1940s.
Steed Family - Manston, Kent
This collection of amateur films by Norman Steed provides a portrait of family and farm life in Kent between 1945 and 1969.
A rich collection of colour 16mm films captured by the Giles Family of their home-life and activities spanning the 1930s to the late 1970s. Films in the collection include portraits of daily life in the run-up to the Second World War and the activities of the Auxiliary Fire Service along with domestic scenes and caravan holidays across the decades.
A collection of pre and post-war films made by Philip L. Gordon at the family home near Cross-in-Hand, East Sussex. The collection includes films of the family in the garden, attending various family events, on outings and holidays across the South East, in Switzerland and France, and helping out at a local farm.
A collection of over 40 films by Kodak employee Geoffrey Corder and his wife. Films feature family activities, events and holidays, some filmed using experimental Kodak film stock.
This collection captures the family life of Charles Bernard Henning spanning the 1920s to the 1940s, mainly photographed in Seaford, the wider Sussex area, London, and on holiday in Ireland.
Francis Jefferis Williams
This collection dating from the mid to late 1930s features the family of Francis Williams in and around their Saltdean home.
A collection of post-war films by Mr Gladstone E. Moore from the Three Bridges and Crawley area of West Sussex, made between 1947 and 1970. Highlights include Church outings to Littlehampton and welcoming HM Queen Elizabeth II and several dignitaries to open new buildings and housing estates in Crawley.
A collection of films taken by the Ridgway family that chronicles their family holidays and outings across the South East along with significant family moments.
A collection of travelogues and family films taken in the UK and abroad made by the Tomes family in the 1950s and 1960s; featuring, among other events, the Festival of Britain and 'Atoms for Peace' conference.
Invicta Car Club Archive
This collection from the Invicta Car Club Archive shows several historic moments from Noel Macklin's tenure at the Fairmile Garage in Cobham Surrey, as well as a collection of films of and from, other family members.
This varied collection by film-maker Roger Bernard Dunford, comprises several films showing his time with the Brighton Swimming Club, as well as ice skating in Brighton, plus a series of domestic family scenes and holiday films. There are also two Second World War service films taken during the time Dunford served in the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve (RNVR) in Egypt and Ceylon.
John William Bell
A collection of films showing family life in Surrey, England by John William Bell.
This collection of family films created by Eric Norman provides a portrait of family and working life from the 1930s to late 1940s.
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