Woman feeding stray cats during November 1940 Mrs. Caroline Roberts of 22 Lindfield street, Poplar, London seen here in November 1940 feeding cats made homeless by the Nazi bombing raids. Battle of Britain collection
Richard Caswell Gatlin (January 18, 1809 – September 8, 1896) was assigned to command the department of North Carolina and the coastal defenses of the State. Soon after Gatlin was promoted to command, Fort Hatteras was captured by the Union. Gatlin then made preparations for the defense of New Bern. He made his headquarters at Goldsboro in September and there organized troops and prepared for the defense of the area.
Toowoomba residence, Enville, Toowoomba, Queensland, ca. 1914 - Expansive Queenslander house with corrugated iron roofs and semi enclosed side veranadahs. Possibly a member of the MacIntyre family on right hand side of the photograph.
Brides and maids dresses just hanging out at Caswell House
Built in 1888, Weetwood is one of Toowoomba's grander private residences of the late 19th century and remains important in demonstrating the evolution or pattern of Queensland's history and in demonstrating the principal characteristics of a particular class of cultural places. Pic dated 203.