Hull photos from WW1

The 4th East Yorkshires. (Photo courtesy of Ken Blackmore)
Newland Home Orphans – 24th March 1915
Pleasant Place, Neptune Street, Hull Peace Party, August 1919
Springbank War Orphans. The Orphanage was founded in 1863. Accommadated 210 children with preference for seaman children. Hull Daily Mail 27.07.1916
12th EYR Machine Gunners group Photo
Hull Pals prior to Oppy Wood 1917
Crowle Street Memorial, East Hull
Men from the 11th East Yorks (Hull Tradesmen) at Suez in 1915. Here they were defending the Suez Canal against the Turks
The 10th Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment (Hull Pals) in training. While they were waiting to be issued with uniforms new recruits wore arm bands to show that they had joined up.
Survivors of the original 10th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment
Private, Jack Cunningham, VC. Awarded Hull’s first Victoria Cross in WW1.
Martin Lamb and daughters, c 1918 – Abbey Street, Hull
Hull WW1 Peace Party. Hull Daily Mail
Westbourne Street Peace Party, Hull WW1 1919
Scarborough Street, Hull Peace Party 1918