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An open Landau. The girl in the rose garland was the Rose Queen July 1912. Her name was Dorothy Brown and her father was Brown the builder of Knute Road, Stretford. The driver was called Gibbon and he worked full time for Joseph Neild, (he was also a distant relation). On occasions such as these the carriage was lent, not hired, and the users would decorate it themselves. Postcard was sent to Fred Neild, but the message is indeciferable. He was staying in N. Wales and was Gladys' eldest brother.
An open Landau. The girl in the rose garland was the Rose Queen July 1912. Her name was Dorothy Brown and her father was Brown the builder of Knute Road, Stretford. The driver was called Gibbon and he worked full time for Joseph Neild, (he was also a distant relation). On occasions such as these the carriage was lent, not hired, and the users would decorate it themselves. Postcard was sent to Fred Neild, but the message is indeciferable. He was staying in N. Wales and was Gladys' eldest brother.
1912
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An open Landau. The girl in the rose garland was the Rose Queen July 1912. Her name was Dorothy Brown and her father was Brown the builder of Knute Road, Stretford. The driver was called Gibbon and he worked full time for Joseph Neild, (he was also a distant relation). On occasions such as these the carriage was lent, not hired, and the users would decorate it themselves. Postcard was sent to Fred Neild, but the message is indeciferable. He was staying in N. Wales and was Gladys' eldest brother.
Date of work:
1912
Reference number:
GB124.DPA/771/12
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Use restrictions:
Unrestricted
Record types:
COMPONENT
Language:
English
Record number:
7396460
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