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Images of Tom Keir Hardie [A - D, right; E - F, far left], Youth Officer with the Jersey Youth Service, presenting children with certificates confirming successful completion of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme at Revolution Youth Club, 17 Winchester Street, St Helier.
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|Date||18 October 1976|
|Names||Hardie, Tom Keir|
Jersey Youth Service
Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme
Revolution Youth Club
|Keywords||Awards | Group portraits | Portraits | presentations | youth clubs|
|Places||17, Winchester Street|
|Dimensions||6 35mm negative|
|Level of description||File|
|Creator||Jersey Evening Post, The|
|Access restrictions||Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.|
|JEP Photographic Job Number||1976/2263|
L/A/75/A Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive 1921 to 2003. Comprises photo negatives and film, including glass plate negatives, and contact sheets of photographs, from Jersey’s evening newspaper. Arranged in subject boxes, subject files, and chronologically by year and job number. Also includes photographers’ diaries, some of which are indexed. In addition, there are digital images from 2003 to date
L/A/75/A3 Negatives from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive, arranged by year and job number from 1976 to 2003
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Images of Tom Keir Hardie (A - D, right; E - F, far left), Youth Officer with the Jersey Youth Service, presenting children with certificates confirming successful completion of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme at Revolution Youth Club, 17 Winchester Street, St Helier.
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