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'A Heavy Squall' by Walter Welch
"A Heavy Squall" by Walter Welch
Walter was Jane Welch's brother 
 
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'A Simple Life' by Louis Offenberg Junior
"A Simple Life" by Louis Offenberg Junior
Louis was Jane's cousin - His parents were Louis Offenberg and Annie Brown 
 
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'Cat' by J.M. Lewthwaite
"Cat" by J.M. Lewthwaite
 
 
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'Chastity belt; nonny, nonny!'
"Chastity belt; nonny, nonny!"
Ken and Doug serenade us with songs popular from our student days 
 
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'Come Ye Apart'
"Come Ye Apart"
Daily Readings in The Life Of Christ by Rev J.R.Miller. Published Eyre & Spottiswoode.
Inscribed "To Miriam from George. Christmas 1904"  
 
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'Devil's Water near Corbridge' by J Miller
"Devil's Water near Corbridge" by J Miller
The artist was probably the father of William Miller who married Frances Pinkey Offenberg, Jane's aunt 
 
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'Eclipse' by R.T. Matthews
"Eclipse" by R.T. Matthews
 
 
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'Modern Styles' (1913) by J.M.
"Modern Styles" (1913) by J.M.
 
 
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'O What Did I Do With My Teeth' by H.T.
"O What Did I Do With My Teeth" by H.T.
 
 
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'The Angel of the North'
"The Angel of the North"
This 65 feet high steel sculpture with a wing span of 175 feet stands at the head of the Team Valley by the side of the A1 road outside Gateshead. Designed by Antony Gormley it has become the symbol of Tyneside since it was erected in 1998.
Angel of the North; Leisure and Culture, Gateshead Council
 
 
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'You Made Me Love You' by Wylam Welch
"You Made Me Love You" by Wylam Welch
 
 
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'Your menu sir!'
"Your menu sir!"
The reunion dinner menu with the starters and mains.
Starters: Haggis, Neeps & Tatties; Atlantic Seafood Terrine
Mains: Honey Blossom Marinated Duck; Roast Rump of Scottish Lamb 
 
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“ A Thing Of Shreds And Patches”
“ A Thing Of Shreds And Patches”
"A Wand'ring Minstrel, I".
George Cook in the role of Nanki-Poo. "The Mikado" by Gilbert and Sullivan. A production of the Leicester Amateur Dramatic Society 
 
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“'Appy at work”
“'Appy at work”
Arthur Unwin was an engineer working for many years on the Manchester Ship Canal 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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“Auntie Betty and Uncle Ted”
“Auntie Betty and Uncle Ted”
Elizabeth and Edwin Putterill 
 
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“Beside The Seaside”
“Beside The Seaside”
One of those 'walking' photos along the prom, prom, prom!!
L to RL Brenda, George, Hilda and Alan Craxford 
 
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“Didn't we all go there in the 50's?”
“Didn't we all go there in the 50's?”
Family Gathering at Lands End. George and Hilda Craxford with Brenda and Alan 
 
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“Double-9” dominoes
“Double-9” dominoes
A fondly remembered pastime in Swinton, Manchester 
 
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“Grannie” Anderson
“Grannie” Anderson
 
 
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“Healing Hands”
“Healing Hands”
Commemorative stone plaque carved by sculptor Albert Pountney and mounted on the wall of the building in Infirmary Close in April 1954.
National Recording Project, The Public Monument and Sculpture Association 
 
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“In An Old World Garden”
“In An Old World Garden”
Title song from the film of the same name. Written by Harry S Pepper 
 
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“Just an Able Seaman”
“Just an Able Seaman”
In the role of Ralph Rackstraw - "HMS Pinafore" March 1922 
 
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“Little Olaf and The Bears” - Title page
“Little Olaf and The Bears” - Title page
Written by Arthur Craxford in 1905
Reproduced with permission 
 
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“Maria Martin”: or “The Murder In The Red Barn”
“Maria Martin”: or “The Murder In The Red Barn”
Playbill from the Britannia Theatre, Hoxton, London. July 1889
Reproduced with permission 
 
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“Moated Grange” Copt Oak Leicestershire
“Moated Grange” Copt Oak Leicestershire
A watercolour owned by my grandfather. Painter unknown about 1920 
 
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“Put And Take”
“Put And Take”
A simple game from childhood. Put counters into or take counters out of the pot according to your spin.  
 
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“Take A Pair Of Sparkling Eyes”
“Take A Pair Of Sparkling Eyes”
George Cook plays Marco - lead tenor in "The Gondoliers" by Gilbert and Sullivan. Leicester Amateur Dramatic Society 
 
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“The Captain of the Pinafore”
“The Captain of the Pinafore”
The title role of HMS Pinafore  
 
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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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