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When Frances won the title it resulted in her travelling around the country and promoting the cotton industry. This varied from opening functions to having 'Lunch with six cabinet ministers' where she made a speech on behalf of the industry. Left to right: The 1931 Railway Queen, her Chaperone, Frances, The 1930 Railway Queen, Edna Best and Alice Milners, the 1931 Miss Windsor Woollie. Morcambe.
When Frances won the title it resulted in her travelling around the country and promoting the cotton industry. This varied from opening functions to having 'Lunch with six cabinet ministers' where she made a speech on behalf of the industry. Left to right: The 1931 Railway Queen, her Chaperone, Frances, The 1930 Railway Queen, Edna Best and Alice Milners, the 1931 Miss Windsor Woollie. Morcambe.
1930-1931
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When Frances won the title it resulted in her travelling around the country and promoting the cotton industry. This varied from opening functions to having 'Lunch with six cabinet ministers' where she made a speech on behalf of the industry. Left to right: The 1931 Railway Queen, her Chaperone, Frances, The 1930 Railway Queen, Edna Best and Alice Milners, the 1931 Miss Windsor Woollie. Morcambe.
Date of work:
1930-1931
Reference number:
GB124.DPA/769/11
Level of description:
Use restrictions:
Unrestricted
Record types:
COMPONENT
Language:
English
Record number:
7396134
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