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Testament of Alfred Thomas Filleul, 27 Cleveland Road, St Helier. Dated 8 November 1935. Bequeaths the stock in trade, moneys, securities, book debts, fixtures and fittings of the General Printers, 14 New Street called Filleul & Queen to Edward Alfred Queen; to the Trust of Wesley Chapel £50. Dated 8 November 1935.
Date: 12 August 1938
Will and Testament of Edward Alfred Queen, of Bourne Villa, 131, St Saviour's Road, St Saviour. Bequeaths to Robert Joseph Jones and Aubyn Edward Jones, the goodwill and business of the printers Filleul and Queen carried out 12 and 14, New Street, St Helier. Dated 05/06/1962. [Includes two closed documents]
Date: 3 August 1962
Programme for Members' Night No. 2 by the Jersey Green Room Club at Glenham Hall, 6-7 October 1943. Includes a production of Cedric Mount's Happy the Bride, variety arranged by Mavis Burton and George Brasford, and a production of Mabel Constandurous' The Ogbody's Outing produced by J Tarr and N Binet.
Date: 6 October 1943 - 7 October 1943
Programme for Streamline: A revue in miniature presented by J G Huelin and J B Labou in aid of the Children's Benefit Fund at the Hamon Memorial Hall, St Aubin, 18-20 November 1943. Featured performers include S E Falle, John Davies, Madeleine Dale, Donald Luce and Three Girls in Harmony.
Date: 18 November 1943 - 20 November 1943
Programme for production of Kenneth Britton's Scrapbook by the Jersey Green Room Club, 26-28 September 1940. A review of revues, compiled from shows dating back to 1928. Dialogue staged by Joyce Rattenbury.
Date: 26 September 1940 - 28 September 1940
Poster for production of Emlyn Williams' The Light of Heart presented by Kenneth Britton and Richard Whinnerah under the auspices of the Jersey Green Room Club at the Opera House, 17-22 February . Starring Gladys Feather, Richard Whinnerah, Mary Brough, Kenneth Brtton, Nellie Binet, Bert Le Sueur, Janet Tarr and A B Carter.
Date: 17 February 1941 - 22 February 1941
Programme for production of Hubert Griffith's Youth at the Helm by the Amateur Dramatic Club at the Opera House, 21-26 April 1941.
Date: 21 April 1941 - 26 April 1941
Handbill for production of Sally produced by Kenneth Britton [at the Opera House], week commencing 23 June 1941.
Date: 12 May 1941
Programme for production of Eden Phillpotts' Yellow Sands by the Jersey Green Room Club at the Opera House, 6-11 October 1941.
Date: 6 October 1941 - 11 October 1941
Programme for What's Next?, a revue produced by Donald Journeaux, presented by the Jersey Green Room Club at the Opera House, week commencing 17 November 1941.
Date: 17 November 1941
Programme for production of Lionel Hale's She Passed Through Lorraine by The Fifty-Fifty Club at the Opera House, weeks commencing 30 March and 6 April 1942. Includes details of forthcoming productions at the Opera House.
Date: 30 March 1942 - 6 April 1942
Programme for production of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance by the Jersey Green Room Club at the Opera House, 13-18 April 1942. Includes details of forthcoming productions at the Opera House, a list of operas and musical comedies produced by the Jersey Green Room Club since foundation in 1910, and a Gilbert and Sullivan questionnaire.
Date: 13 April 1942 - 18 April 1942
Programme for Happy Faces, the first revue of the Island School of Dancing and Elocution, produced by Donald Journeaux at the Opera House, 27 April to 2 May 1942. Includes details regarding the summer term of the Island School of Dancing and Elocution.
Date: 27 April 1942 - 2 May 1942
Programme for production of No! No! Nanette starring Betty Le Huray presented by Kenneth Britton and Richard Whinnerah at the Opera House, week commencing 8 June 1942.
Date: 8 June 1942
Programme for production of Barre Lyndon's The Amazing Dr Clitterhouse by the Old Victorians' Sports Club (Dramatic Section) at the Opera House, 22-27 June 1942. Includes details about a forthcoming show at the Opera House.
Date: 22 June 1942 - 27 June 1942