Newscuttings

Reference: L/C/299/D

Date: 1934 - 1944

Newscutting of an article titled Father of 13 "test tube" babies: Experiments in US.

Reference: L/C/299/D/1

Date: 1934 - 1934

Newscutting of an article in the Evening Post titled Boom in night [life] in Japan: Eighteen millions a year pleasure.

Reference: L/C/299/D/2

Date: 1940 - 1940

Newscutting of the obituary of Mr Frank Impey, head of Frank Impey and Co, chartered accountants, Birmingham.

Reference: L/C/299/D/3

Date: March 2nd 1940 - March 2nd 1940

Newscutting of an article in the Evening Post titled "Confucius Say": The new craze sweeps on. It grows and grows.

Reference: L/C/299/D/4

Date: March 26th 1940 - March 26th 1940

Newscutting of an article titled Brazilian debt settlement: A four-year plan.

Reference: L/C/299/D/5

Date: April 4th 1940 - April 4th 1940

Newscutting of an article in the Evening Post titled Letters to relatives: Form of enquiry. Sets out the format by which enquiries concerning the welfare of relatives in England must be sent.

Reference: L/C/299/D/7

Date: October 11th 1940 - October 11th 1940

Newscutting of a cartoon in the Deutsche Inselzeitung der Evening Post depicting [Winston] Churchill and King George VI. Includes articles in German and English.

Reference: L/C/299/D/6

Date: August 9th 1940 - August 9th 1940

Newscutting of an article in the Evening Post titled Elderly man found unconscious in roadway. Relates to Frederick Archer Ludlow being found unconscious by Vingtenier S Pallot outside La Becquetterie, La Blinerie Lane, St Clement.

Reference: L/C/299/D/8

Date: 1944 - 1944

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