Honours Board in the School hall listing School Captains since 1930. Anthony Sargeant, Tony, remembers the sign-writer coming once a year to update this
Looking down from Waterloo Bridge onto the South-Bank. Anthony Sargeant took this photograph in the 1960s with his Canon FTb single lens reflex camera.
Photographed in 1966 by Anthony Sargeant while on holiday in what was then still Yugoslavia. A wonderful summer with his then partner Gill – fabulous weather for six whole weeks driving down through Europe in an Austin A35 van.
This hardback childrens’ annual was published by Dean and Sons of London in the 1950s. Such books were a popular Christmas present in those far off days. Anthony Sargeant found this copy in some boxes of books bought at auction.
In August 1959 Anthony Sargeant spent two weeks in the Cairngorm Mountains in the Scottish Highlands with a party from his school ( Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School ). At that time there was no unsightly development on the North side of the Cairngorms and the campsite was 10 miles from the nearest road in any direction. The photograph was take on the descent from Ben Macdhui the highest of the Cairngorm range which had been climbed in thick mist and driving rain. But here the mist lifted and the rain stopped as the party came out into the Lairig Ghru, the pass that bisects the Cairngorms. Here looking south. In those days there was hardly anybody in the mountains and we hardly saw another soul for two weeks.
Anthony Sargeant took this photograph of a friend in 1963 when he was working as a lifeguard during the summer of that year. Bellingham is in the Borough of Lewisham, South London.One of Tony Sargeant’s colleagues Norman with the dark glasses is seen in this picture watching the pool. The pool closed and was demolished many years ago as have been so many open air pools and lidos in the UK because they are so expensive to maintain.
Photographed by Anthony Sargeant when on holiday in 1966. Split is a port on the Adriatic Coast of what was then Yugoslavia, now Croatia. Diocletian was the only Roman Emperor ever to retire which he did in 305 AD and had built the palace in Split in preparation for that retirement. It was both a residence for Diocletian and his entourage but also a military garrison.