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A late 19th Century view of the seafront at Port Bannatyne on the Isle of Bute, Firth of Clyde, Scotland. The village started in 1801 with the building of a small harbour on Kames Bay. Lord Bannatyne of Kames Castle, at the head of the bay, planned the village in an attempt to rival Rothesay. Initially known as Kamesburgh, by the mid-19th century, steamers were calling there regularly. In 1860 the Marquess of Bute purchased this part of the island and renamed the village Port Bannatyne in honour of the long historical association of the Bannatyne family with the area.
The Auden brothers on holiday in Rhayader, Wales, during World War One. W H Auden, The Life of a Poet, by Charles Osborne..
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Family Enjoys a Fourth of July Holiday in a Park at Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, Which Is 12 Miles West of New Ulm ca. 1975
family in the garden, fiat 1800, 1959
2006 Blue Room Christmas tree. 2006 Christmas Holiday decorations. White House Christmas tree. Blue Room. Ordered. This yearís official White House Christmas Tree is a Douglas Fir donated by the Botek family, owners of The Crystal Spring Tree Farm in Lehighton, Pa. The 18-foot, 6-inch tree stretches from floor to ceiling in the Blue Room. The branches are topped with snow, accented with red ribbons and decorated with crystals and iridescent glass ornaments.
A youngster riding the Water flume ride at Sunsplash Waterworld, Somerwest World, a Butlins Holday camp in Minehead. Somerset. England, UK. Circa 1980's
Belle Vue Zoo, Manchester, UK from a vintage image taken in August 1963 showing an elephant ride at the zoo
Sunny hot day for two model released teenage girls in swim suits playing on inflatable plastic Lilo in a rented Spanish holiday villa chlorinated swimming pool during a family summer holiday in Menorca Balearic Islands Spain in the 1980s archive historical image
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Original characterful Victorian CDV (Carte de Visite) souvenir photograph of a working class family with mother in law on holiday at the seaside resort of Skegness, Lincolnshire, England, U.K. circa 1888. The child holding a bucket and spade is wearing a curious mix of a girl's dress and boy's cap and, given the Victorian habit of dressing boys in girls clothing, is probably a boy. He doesn't look very happy and is apparently having his photo taken under duress.