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Catalogue and conditions of sale for the sale, by auction of Joseph Neild's business, May 20th 1920. Joseph (donor's father) sold his business because of the increase in motor transport. He was the first person in Stretford to have a motor taxi and thus stayed in the `transport' business. The auctioneers were Edwin Bradshaw and Son, of 97 and 99 Whitworth Street, Manchester. Front piece.
Catalogue and conditions of sale for the sale, by auction of Joseph Neild's business, May 20th 1920. Joseph (donor's father) sold his business because of the increase in motor transport. He was the first person in Stretford to have a motor taxi and thus stayed in the `transport' business. The auctioneers were Edwin Bradshaw and Son, of 97 and 99 Whitworth Street, Manchester. Front piece.
1920
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Title:
Catalogue and conditions of sale for the sale, by auction of Joseph Neild's business, May 20th 1920. Joseph (donor's father) sold his business because of the increase in motor transport. He was the first person in Stretford to have a motor taxi and thus stayed in the `transport' business. The auctioneers were Edwin Bradshaw and Son, of 97 and 99 Whitworth Street, Manchester. Front piece.
Date of work:
1920
Reference number:
GB124.DPA/771/6
Level of description:
Use restrictions:
Unrestricted
Record types:
COMPONENT
Language:
English
Record number:
7396425
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