'"Slabbie" log: "Something to eat please". April 1914'. From an album relating to the career of Lt. Cdr. Herbert Allen Slade, RN, 1908-1918 by Lt. Cdr. Herbert Allen Slade

'"Slabbie" log: "Something to eat please". April 1914'. From an album relating to the career of Lt. Cdr. Herbert Allen Slade, RN, 1908-1918

Lt. Cdr. Herbert Allen Slade

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'"Slabbie" log: "Something to eat please". April 1914'. From an album relating to the career of Lt. Cdr. Herbert Allen Slade, RN, 1908-1918

Description: Image 90. A black/brown cloth covered album with the spine damaged, containing 294 contact prints glued in.

This album contains photographs relating to the career of Engineer Commander Slade between 1908 and 1919. Ships include HMS Hercules (1910), HMS Zulu (1909), HMS Theseus (1892), HMS Cleopatra (1915) and HMS Resolution (1915) in which he served.

Object number: ALB0353

Date: 1914

Original Dimensions: 392 mm x 508 mm

  • Image reference: S2576

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