Heroes of the Goodwin Sands (lecture: maker unknown, 35 slides, n.d.)
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|Number of slides||35|
|Main type of image||photograph |
|Main usage of set||lecture |
|Date of first manufacture||unknown (earliest possible 1892)|
|Source of slide images||Thomas Stanley Treanor, Heroes of the Goodwin Sands (London: Religious Tract Society, 1892)|
|Reading or song||Heroes of the Goodwin Sands (n.d.)|
|Related slide set||see generic title Heroes of the Goodwin Sands (generic set title – 2 different versions are known)|
|Notes||Many of the slides have handwritten titles, including page references to the book of the same title by the Reverend T.S. Treanor. |
|Collections||35 slides in Kirklees Museums and Galleries|
|Subject keywords||Ramsgate, Kent, England|
Deal, Kent, England
heroism – lifeboat rescue
transport – maritime
|Lucerna ID no. 3004214||Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016|
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