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MISCELLANEOUS SOMERSET BILLHEADS, LETTERS, ETC., 1867-1960
Somerset Heritage Centre
Epeχio by Metadatis
Photocopy of letter from Edward Evans to C N Gifford of Chard, detailing the situation of the British Antarctic Expedition [at Base Camp] on 22 Dec 1910.
Billheads and photocopies of billheads of Somerset firms, mainly Taunton, Ilminster, Chard, Weston super Mare.
Photocopies of billheads of Somerset firms, mainly Chard and Combe St Nicholas [including Wadeford].
Bank account books
Photographs of Stoke sub Hamdon etc.
Somerset firms' billheads
Receipts of Mr and Mrs Loader Brown of Hallfield, Chard, from Rose Lane Works, Norwich; Canning and Kyrke, Solicitors, Chard; London and North Eastern Railway; E H Austin, tailor, Chard, and Munden and Maidlow, surgeons, Ilminster, 1887-1907; receipt of Mrs M Gifford of Higher Corrie Farm, Axminster, Devon for water supply, 1959.
Photograph of hay cart at Somerton, c 1928, and copy photograph of Group III, South Petherton School, c 1900-1915 and photocopy of both photographs showing original endorsements.
Letter from Sylvia [Loader Brown?] to her mother, describing cruise to Port Said with her father.
Probate of the will of Hannah West of 19 Macauley Buildings, Bath, spinster, dated 1865, proved 1867.
Proofs for the volume Chard and Ilminster in Old Photographs.
Copy photographs of lace workers from Perry Street lace mills, near Chard.
Copy photographs of the Old Manor House, Chard.
Copy photographs of road workers in Perry Street, Tatworth.
Copy photographs of Perry Street works band, passing Perry Street House, Tatworth.
Copy photographs of Peter Balch, shopkeeper at Tatworth, with delivery cart.
Copy photographs of Amelia Brewer and her son, George Henry, at Tatworth.
Copy photographs of Tatworth church choir on charabanc outing to Cheddar.