Historical Picture: Postcard showing Barnoon Hill, St Ives, Cornwall. In the foreground stands a boy holding a milk jug. St Ia Church can be seen in the background. - Collections - Penlee House Gallery and Museum Penzance Cornwall UK
Grass Valley, CA: The Cornish migration to Grass Valley began in 1849 with the discovery of Gold. However, most of the Cornish population arrived during the
Branwell's Corner in Penzance: the original grocer's shop here from 1829 was 'RM Branwell and Sons', belonging to JR Branwell's father, Robert Matthews Branwell. It is now known as Greenmarket, where Tregenza grocers is based. Other identifiable shops include 'Polsue &..' to the right, 'N.J Hall Genuine tea and grocery warehouse' in front, 'A.S ?? Maker' to the left and 'Fry & Sons Pure Cocoa' to the far left. Three horse and carriages are on the road, two of them in motion.