- 1901 - 1941
1) Green Reminiscent photograph album, c.1910 - 1920. Mainly family groups and portraits.
2) Brown: Florrie Tours Scotland c.1902. (Florrie King was born c.1879).
3) Brown: Memories of the Eastbourne Holidays, July and August 1901 also of Pleasant Days spent up the river, 1901 taken by Geo. Gatenby and George E. Cushing. (Holiday pictures etc featuring George Cushing with King sisters an others). (Note: Gatenby married Rose King).
4) Green: Memories of the Folkestone Holidays, July and August 1902 by George Gatenby. (Holiday pictures etc featuring George Cushing with King sisters an others).
5) Burgundy: Memories of the Bournemouth Holidays, August 1903) taken by Geo. Gatenby and George E. Cushing. (Holiday pictures etc featuring George Cushing with King sisters an others).
6) Green paperback album of wartime postcards addressed to Florrie King by Will (William) King who was serving in the Queens Own Cameron Highlanders. As the postcards seem to stop abruptly in 1915, it is presumed that William (born c.1883) was killed in action (a Pte William King of the 4th Bn Cameron Highlanders died 24 March 1915 (source: CWGC).
7) Material from Cameron uniform together with button with picture of soldier and 1897 Diamond Jubilee coin (probably belonging to William Smith).
8) Three small books of common prayer, two marked F.King (presumably Florrie.) One with clasp intact.
9) Pamorama photograph from Sunny Southern California from Peter Cushing (resident 1766 West Ridge Road, Brentwood, W.L.A, California) to Mr and Mrs G.E.Cushing, Cherry Tree Cottage, Norwood Hill near Horley, Surrey, dated 19 January 1941.
10) Obituary of Mr D. King from the Furniture Record, 20 May 1920. He had worked for James Humphries and Sons of Snow Hill, London, for 56 years.