England 1938 Shere, Albert Weller 9-031
Signs for Albert Weller, Coal Merchant and Cars for Hire, W. King Bakery delivery wagon and another sign that sps1955 identified as the "Lavender Lane Tea Room". The building on the right with the pointed roof is the Fire House. Please see the comments below to see a modern photo of the firehouse.
Right click on the image and select "original" to see the detail.
American's vacation in England in the 1930s preserved on 25 rolls of black and white negative 35mm film (about 600 photos). Each film roll was marked with a location name. Example: Photo 6-010 is film roll 6 (Blewbury), the 10th photo on the film. The photos were probably all taken within two weeks of each other. I am not familiar with any of these locations. Here is a list of the film rolls that were uploaded and how they were labeled:
roll 0 Leaving New York on the Queen Mary
roll 1 Salisbury
roll 2 Marsh's Home, Penquins, zoo
roll 3 Windsor
roll 4 Wisley Garden
roll 5 photos of snowflakes, not uploaded
roll 6 Blewbury
roll 7 Hagbourne
roll 8 Compton Cottage
roll 9 Shere
roll 10 Witley, Thursley
roll 11 Windmill
roll 12 Corfe #1
roll 13 Corfe #2
roll 14 Corfe #3
roll 15 Corfe Village Winchester
roll 16 Winchester Saint Cross London
roll 17 Greywell Upton Grey Thames
roll 18 Thames Wanborough Tilford
roll 19 Tilford Elstead Burton Aldsworth
roll 20 Bibury Arelington Row
roll 21 Cirencester, Hendred, EW, Arebury, Silbury Hill, Castle Combe
roll 22 Castle Combe, Lacock, Bradford-on-Avon
roll 23 film roll missing, Bradford, Stonehenge
roll 24 Dogs only, not uploaded
35mm black and white negative film roll scaned at 1200 dpi.
film type: SS PANCHRO NITRATE FILM and Kodak Nitrate Film Panchromatic.
I hope that some of these photos are of historic value to someone and not just a bunch of tourist pictures.