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“The Companion Letter Writer”
“The Companion Letter Writer”
The flyleaf notes 'A Complete Guide To Correspondence on all subjects relating to friendship, love and business'. The book belonged to Dorothy Anderson and although undated probably originated in 1880  
 
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“The Linotype”
“The Linotype”
A limited edition hard bound volume (1901) advertising and celebrating the spread of the Linotype Composing Machine to newspaper producers around the United Kingdom. Pages featured front pages of over 200 periodicals overlaid with portraits of their proprietors.  
 
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“The Mikado” 1904
“The Mikado” 1904
Performance by Leicester Amateur Music and Dramatic Society at the Royal Opera House, Leicester 
 
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“The Mikado” plate
“The Mikado” plate
A decorative plate by Caverswell Ltd 
 
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“The Mind Of Jesus”
“The Mind Of Jesus”
A book of religious tracts dedicated to Mary Naylor - 1857 
 
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“The Mind Of Jesus” - Dedication
“The Mind Of Jesus” - Dedication
The dedication is to 'Mary Naylor - 1857' 
 
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“The Mind Of Jesus” - Title Plate
“The Mind Of Jesus” - Title Plate
The volume of religious tracts dedicated to Mary Naylor - 1857. There is also a poem by Anna Cleaves - 'At Rest' pinned to the flyleaf 
 
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‘In Loving Memory’ - John Craxford
‘In Loving Memory’ - John Craxford
Husband of Sarah Claypole, he died in 1898 
 
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‘In Loving Memory’ - Mary Elizabeth Claypole
‘In Loving Memory’ - Mary Elizabeth Claypole
Infant daughter of Thomas Claypole and Mary Briggs: died August 1900 
 
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‘In Loving Memory’ - verse
‘In Loving Memory’ - verse
For John Craxford 
 
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"Nuthin'" by Peter Low
"Nuthin'" by Peter Low
Peter was Jane Welch's husband 
 
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1, Hallington Mews, Killingworth
1, Hallington Mews, Killingworth
Alan's residence (and first house) in Newcastle upon Tyne from 1974 to 1982 
 
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10, Gunthorpe Close, Sherwood, Nottingham
10, Gunthorpe Close, Sherwood, Nottingham
The house on the right, the long term residence of Nellie Dible 
 
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103, Bosworth Street, Leicester
103, Bosworth Street, Leicester
Final home of Walter and Elizabeth Cook and their family. Subsequently home of Edward and Elizabeth Putterill (Uncle Ted and Auntie Betty) until the 1970s 
 
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107, Gerrard Street, Aberdeen
107, Gerrard Street, Aberdeen
This is the last remaining block of Victorian housing. The Wait family lived in the second floor flat in the house with the green door until 1937. 
 
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11, Ashford Avenue, Moorside, Swinton
11, Ashford Avenue, Moorside, Swinton
The family residence of the Uniwins in the 1950s, 60s and 70s 
 
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16, Stoughton Road, Oadby, Leicester
16, Stoughton Road, Oadby, Leicester
One of a pair of semi-detached houses bought by William Ball in the 1930s. The residence of Cyril and Dorrie Ball 
 
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18, Stoughton Road, Oadby
18, Stoughton Road, Oadby
One of a pair of semi-detached villas bought by William Ball during the 1930s and his residence until his death 
 
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19 Ebrington Road, Harrow
19 Ebrington Road, Harrow
May Jackson's home during the 1940s 
 
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19, Kenilworth Road, Monkseaton, Tyne and Wear
19, Kenilworth Road, Monkseaton, Tyne and Wear
George and Hilda's retirement home in the North East: late 1980s to 2000 
 
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358, Fosse Road North, Leicester
358, Fosse Road North, Leicester
The Craxford family home from 1947 
 
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52, Regent Street, Oadby
52, Regent Street, Oadby
Residence of Ruby and Clarrie Wych and Clarice Naylor 
 
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6, Pittodrie Place, Aberdeen
6, Pittodrie Place, Aberdeen
Residence of Jack Unwin's family in the 1950s and 1960s 
 
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74, Hinckley Road, Leicester
74, Hinckley Road, Leicester
Home of Ethel Goodall at the time of her marriage to George Cook. Now the site of a double glazing firm and roofing contractor. 
 
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80, Rosebery Avenue, Preston Village
80, Rosebery Avenue, Preston Village
Home of James William Nessworthy and family in the 1930s  
 
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96, Westcotes Drive, Leicester
96, Westcotes Drive, Leicester
Miriam Naylor lived here at the time of her marriage to George Cook 
 
57
A Beadsworth family portrait
A Beadsworth family portrait
Left to right (rear): Louisa Beadsworth with baby Maurice in arms; Arthur holding son Cecil
(in front of Arthur): daughter Eva  
 
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A cartoon by D McGarrick
A cartoon by D McGarrick
 
 
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A Claypole family group portrait
A Claypole family group portrait
(Standing) Albert Claypole.
L to R: Ernest and Sarah (Ballard) Claypole; Maud Ellen (Craythorne) with daughter Muriel on her knee and Frederick William Claypole

Photograph taken about 1913 
 
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A Claypole Wedding Group
A Claypole Wedding Group
L to R: Charlotte Shipley (mother); Helena Shipley; Mary Claypole (mother in law) 
 

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