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 Baiter Park, Poole, aerial view
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Baiter Park, Poole, aerial view

Museum Ref No: K1 19916_10 jpg
Aerial photo of Poole and Baiter. Copyright holder Kitchenham Photography Ltd. Please refer to copyright holder for commercial use. J.D
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Aerial view of Poole
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Aerial view of Poole

Museum Ref No: K3 2561_19 jpg
Aerial view of Poole and Hamworthy as seen from Harbour. Copyright holder Kitchenham Photography Ltd. Please refer to copyright holder for commercial use. J.D
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Aerial view of Poole
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Aerial view of Poole

Museum Ref No: Batting/Box 1/Unboxed glass negs/Poole from the air
Aerial view of Poole old town. (Batting photograph)
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Aerial view of Poole
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Aerial view of Poole

Museum Ref No: Batting/Box 1/Loose/aerial
Aerial view of Poole old town. (Batting photograph)
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Aerial view of Poole Port
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Aerial view of Poole Port

Museum Ref No: K3 18777_7 jpg
Aerial photo of Poole Port development, Harbour and Hamworthy. Copyright holder Kitchenham Photography Ltd. Please refer to copyright holder for commercial use. J.D.
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Architectural Pottery
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Architectural Pottery

Museum Ref No: rVM_XIII.16_ArchitecturalPottery
Architectural Pottery, Ultramarine Manufactory. Almshouses, Old Manor House (Rectory), Hamworthy Station Detail of Ordnance Survey Dorset Sheet XLIII.16 scale 1:2500 1900 revision with valuation annotations. AC
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Bathing Place,
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Bathing Place,

Museum Ref No: VM_XLIV.13_BathingPlace
Bathing Place, west end of Baiter Park nr junction with Furnell Road. Detail of Ordnance Survey Dorset Sheet XLIV.13 scale 1:2500 1900 revision with valuation annotations AC
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Broom Road aerial view
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Broom Road aerial view

Museum Ref No: K4 8025_19 Jpg
Aerial photo of Broom Road. Copyright holder Kitchenham Photography Ltd. Please refer to copyright holder for commercial use. J.D
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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1751

Museum Ref No: CMR 1751
Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1751. Complete transcription. By Poole History Centre volunteers AC and KP. The parish was responsible for supporting the poor people of the parish. Wealthy citizens were taxed to provide this poor relief. The Church and Marshalsea Rate is a list of these wealthy people and the amount they were taxed. It is arranged by street.
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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1751- High Street

Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1751. Transcription of High Street by J.O. HSH
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