WW1 Egypt Postcard Book
A few postcards from a post card book of Egypt. Possibly sent to James by his brother, Henry when he was in Egypt as a stopover on his way to Gallipoli.
Sophia Fraser’s wedding to Robert Bush Slapp 1913
Ivan Cafe, Lawson Slapp, Jim Readford, Bob Slapp, Athol Cafe, at Pleasant Valley 1924
Clandulla Station 1926
Ben Thew on the right at Blackheath
William and Jessie Slapp (clarke)
Herbert Nelson Slapp
Phil and Robert Slapp
George and Kitty Cousins at Blackheath
Lawson Fraser Slapp aged 2 years
George and Kitty Cousins and baby in their garden at Blackheath
William Slapp on far right
Jack and Jim Slapp at Clandulla. Sons of James Slapp
Slapp Family Bible
“Before Shearing” and “After Shearing”
“Machine Shorn” and “Looking for strays”
H. R. H. The Prince of Wales visit 1920
Pleasant Valley Ilford 1923 Photobook
Telegram to Miss. G. Slapp from A. Thew & Ben 1929
From Blackheath to 19 Paraween St, Cemorne.
Methodist Church of Australasia correspondance 1931
Methodist Church of Australasia correspondence with James Hague 1931.
Methodist newsletter Gulgong
Methodist Church of Australiasia, Gulgong Circuit
Henry Hague psossibly
William and Henry Hague
James (Jim) Hague
Two unknown people on small metal plates.
“Tintypes aren’t prints, they’re the actual plates that were in the camera when the picture was taken. It’s known as the wet plate collodian process and was also done with glass (known as ambrotypes). Tintypes (actually on lacquered iron) were popular from the 1850s to the 1880s, but are still made to the present day …