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Images of the Senatorial hustings taking place at St Martin's Public Hall with candidates speaking including Mr Buesnel [Image A_A], Senator Reg Jeune [Image F], Deputy Clarrie Dupré [Image N], Stanhope Landick [Image T-V], Deputy Jane Sandeman [Image W], Deputy Maldwyn Thomas [Image X], Don Pallot [Image Y-Z] and audience members asking questions including future deputy Helen Baker [Image G], future politician Jimmy Perchard [Image H-I] and Anne Perchard, née Billot [Image P-Q].

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Reference L/A/75/A3/3/8784A
Date 8 November 1978
Names Buesnel, Mr
Jeune, Reg, Senator
Dupré, Clarrie, Deputy
Landick, Stanhope
Sandeman, Jane Patricia, Deputy
Thomas, Maldwyn, Deputy
Pallot, Don
Baker, Helen
Perchard, Jim, Senator
Perchard, Anne, née Billot
Keywords hustings | senators | Elections for senators | Politicians | parish halls | Parishes | Elections
Category L/A-Businesses
Places St Martin's Public Hall
Dimensions 28 35mm negative
Language English
Level of description File
Access restrictions Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.
Closed until 2100
JEP Photographic Job Number 1978/8784A

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Images of the Senatorial hustings taking place at St Martin's Public Hall with candidates speaking including Mr Buesnel (Image A_A), Senator Reg Jeune (Image F), Deputy Clarrie Dupré (Image N), Stanhope Landick (Image T-V), Deputy Jane Sandeman (Image W), Deputy Maldwyn Thomas (Image X), Don Pallot (Image Y-Z) and audience members asking questions including future deputy Helen Baker (Image G), future politician Jimmy Perchard (Image H-I) and Anne Perchard, née Billot (Image P-Q).
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