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Group photograph of Sergeants of the 1st Battalion, The Hertfordshire Regiment, Dibgate Camp

Identifier: DE/Yo/D/6/112 · Date: 1938 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Names of those present given at bottom, as follows:

Back Row- Lieutenant Sergeant A Hill, Lieutenant Sergeant L Hill, Lieutenant Sergeant T C Dennis, Sergeant W Devoil, Sergeant V Salter, Sergean...

Photograph: a view at Aldbury

· Date: nd [1920 - 1940] · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Monochrome photograph. Photographers Humphrey and Vera Joel

Photograph: Aldbury stocks and pond

· Date: nd [1920 - 1940] · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Monochrome photograph. Photographers - Humphrey and Vera Joel

Photograph: Clarendon Road [and corner of High Street], Watford

· Date: 1935 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Sepia photograph of street scene with two storey building of red brick, with tiled roof featuring multiple pitches. Shops with awnings at street level, including 'The Watford Tailors' shop and Hert...

Photograph: Clarendon Road [and corner of High Street], Watford

· Date: 1910 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Sepia photograph of two storey building of red brick, with tiled roof featuring multiple pitches and small flat and hipped sections. Photographer: unknown

Photograph: entrance to Red Lion Yard

Identifier: DE/X1042/5/20b · Date: 7 Jun 1905 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Note adds partly burned and pulled down 1918. Shows No 83 High Street, with Pearks Stores, Sydney Flegg (tobacconist), and in window is name for A [J] Rodwell, sign and glass painter

Photograph: entrance to Red Lion Yard

Identifier: DE/X1042/5/21b · Date: 9 Mar 1903 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Note adds partly burned and pulled down 1906. Fire hydrant plate on pillar. Also shows Sydney Flegg's shop No 83 High Street

Photograph: Hadham Hall from south west

Identifier: DE/X1042/2/47b · Date: 10 Sep 1911 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Two storey building with steep old red tile roofs. Red brick with stone dressings and crowsteps

Photograph: Moneybury Hill and view of Aldbury

· Date: nd [1920 - 1940] · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Monochrome photograph. Photographers Humphrey and Vera Joel

Photograph: Red Lion Yard

Identifier: DE/X1042/5/17b · Date: 4 Apr 1893 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Note adds much altered in 1906. [On site of later dead-end passage to British Home Stores, Charter Place]