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- Tags: 1920-29
Invoice to Mr. Dobdon's executors from joiners, builders and funeral directors Crowther & Wilkinson Ltd. of Marsh, Huddersfield.
1920 letter from I. Foulds & Son of Parkside Tannery, Keighley, to Messrs. C. Greenwood & Co. of Commercial Mills, Huddersfield.
Multiview embossed postcard of Meltham,
A curious postcard from the early 1900s which has had the road airbrushed out and various elements from the Market Place (including the Jubilee Fountain and a postbox) overlaid onto the right-hand side of the photograph.
This postcard is notable for showing the path which led to the short-lived Woodfield Station on the Meltham Branch Line.
Letter from T.W. Woodhead of the Tolson Memorial Museum relating to the publication "Angles, Danes and Norse in the District of Huddersfield" by W.G. Collingwood.
1926 advertisement for J. Holroyd & Co. Ltd. (dyers, cleaners & laundrymen) of 38 King Street, 18 Westgate, and Seedhill, Huddersfield.
Greetings card sent by the Huddersfield Branch of the Royal Society of St. George to the bell ringers of Huddersfield Parish Church.
A member's contribution book for Huddersfield Industrial Society Limited, cover the years 1920 to the early 1960s. The book belonged to Fred Horner of 3 Holly Bank Road, Lindley. This was most likely the Fred Horner (also known as Fred King and Fred…
Two-sided leaflet for an evening concert of music by the Band of the 8th Leeds Rifles Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment in Greenhead Park on Sunday 1 September 1929. The leaftlet contains advertisements for: Princess Cafe Restaurant chiropdist T.…
Class photograph from Rashcliffe Church of England School, Lockwood, taken in 1927.A high-resolution scan of this photograph is available to purchase for £2.50.
"Special Certificate for Good Attendance" card for Frederick Rice (1918-1998), issued in 1927 by the Moldgreen Council School and stamped by the head teacher, John Francis Gent (1870-1943). Frederick — named after his paternal grandfather — was born…
"Special Certificate for Good Attendance" card for Frederick Rice (1918-1998), issued in 1928 by the Moldgreen Council School and stamped by the head teacher, John Francis Gent (1870-1943). Frederick — named after his paternal grandfather — was born…