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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 22. Includes newscuttings of articles published in the Evening Post, including: the Royal Court case against Charles Simon Bisson charged with selling a second-hand suit to Mark Seals Webster at The Old Soldier, 32-34 New Street; and an article marking the fourth anniversary since the start of the Occupation.
July 1st 1944 - July 1st 1944
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Also includes newscuttings of: an article regarding the departure of stallholders in the Beresford Street Market due to the market being required as a communal feeding centre; and an article appealing for economy with regards to the use of matches.
Bisson, Charles Simon
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Closed for preservation - please see digital copy