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Piltdown Man memorial, 1938 Featured Related Images Image

Piltdown Man memorial, 1938

The site of the discovery of the Piltdown skull: the monolith memorial unveiled by Sir Keith Arthur on 22nd July 1938. The memorial was placed in the grounds of Barkham Manor at Piltdown, East Sussex, to mark the site of the discovery. Part of the inscription states Here, in the old river gravel, Mr. Charles Dawson, F.S.A, found the fossil skull of Piltdown Man, 1912-13'. The spectacular find was revealed to be an elaborate hoax in 1953. Date: 22nd July 1938

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Artist Frank Wootton OBE (1911-1998) at his home studio Featured Related Images Image

Artist Frank Wootton OBE (1911-1998) at his home studio

Artist Frank Wootton OBE (1911-1998), working in his studio at home in Alfriston, East Sussex, England. He was the official War Artist for the RAF and RCAF during World War Two. He was also a fine landscape and equestrian artist, and was commissioned to paint Arcle, the greatest steeplechaser of all time. Date: 1992

© Philip Dunn / Mary Evans Picture Library

St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex - Caple ne Ferne Featured Related Images Image

St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex - Caple ne Ferne

London Transport Central Road Services (CRS) Employees Friendly Society Convalescent Home - "Caple-ne-Ferne" viewed from the Pevensey Road. Caple ne Ferne is a Grade II listed building situated at 2 Albany Road in St Leonards-on-Sea. It was built in 1879 for Major Robert Tubbs (a retired army officer) and his French born wife Fanny. The large detached house with servant quarters was built by local architects Jeffery & Skiller in an eclectic style that is also reminiscent of the architecture of northern France. The name Caple ne Ferne was thought to have come from old Norman French meaning Chapel in the Woods'. Date: 1923

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection