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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 2, Page 64. Includes newscuttings from the Evening Post, and a photograph of a gun emplacement at Noirmont Point.
October 10th 1941 - October 10th 1941
|Scope and Content|
Includes newscuttings of: an advertisement by D O'Sullivan for labourers, carpenters and handymen; an article about a car which crashed into the Beghin's shopfront on King Street; a notice by the Department of Essential Commodities regarding the issue of new tobacco ration cards; an article about the case against two women charged with going to a party, with notes in manuscript by Mrs Sinnatt; an article regarding the response to an appeal for a football for a Jersey prisoner of war; and an article detailing the case against two men charged with an infraction of the curfew order.
Arthur, Amy Sylvia
Columbus Street | 60, Don Street | Five Oaks | Grève d'Azette | Heatherden, Longueville Road | King Street | 4, King Street | Noirmont Point | 32, Poonah Road | St Saviour's Road | Advertisements | appeals | Construction | curfews | Football | Guns | Labourers | newscuttings | Newspapers | notices | Occupation | Orders | Photographs | Prisoners of war | ration books | Rationing | scrapbooks
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|Level of description|
Closed for preservation - please see digital copy