Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Roger Zaimal, JWffS (Sheppard's brother?), Sheppard, at Haxey August 1932.
Family: Helen Sheppard and self, Douglas, Mr & Mrs Richardson, at Haxey.
Family: Helen Sheppard, Lt Sholto Douglas Mr & Mrs Richardson at Haxey.
135 x 85 mm. Postcard of an arch in the castles grounds. Lincoln Cathedral can be seen in the background.
135 x 85 mm. Postcard. General view.
A diary of time spent in Spain and Morocco (1933), the Channel Islands (1934), England (1934), Ireland (1935), Italy via Germany (1937), Lincolnshire and the Cotswolds (1939), Lynmouth (1940), Sussex (1941), Somerset (1942), the north of England and Wales (1943) and the Lake District (1944).
85 x 135 mm. Postcard of the gatehouse.
140 x 85 mm. Showing terraced houses on Steep Hill. Jews House is a twelfth century townhouse. It is flanked by C. Cotham and Pickering ('Deal in Antiques') and Cottam and Son ('Cabinet Makers, French Polishers and Upholsterers').
85 x 130 mm. Postcard of the interior of Lincoln Cathedral.
85 x 135 mm. Postcard of the interior of Lincoln Cathedral.
135 x 85 mm. Postcard of the interior of Lincoln Cathedral.
85 x 140 mm. Postcard of Lincoln Cathedral, rising behind a street.
135 x 85 mm. View looking along a road to an archway. Saracens Head Hotel is on the right. Location not identified, but probably Lincolnshire.
135 x 85 mm. The High Bridge, built over the Witham in Lincoln is one of the few mediaeval bridges in England with houses still upon it. The bridge is of a fine ribbed Norman Arch 22 foot span, dating 1160. The dark vault beneath, formerly named "The Murder Hole" now bears the romantic title of "The Glory Hole."
135 x 85 mm. Postcard. The Newport Arch is one of the surviving remains of Roman urban life.
90 x 140 mm. Postcard showing inside the ruins of Crowland Abbey.
90 x 140 mm. Postcard.