Old Photos of Witham

78 Newland Street decorated for Fortescue Flannery for election, with crowd

Taken: December 1910, Ref: M694

78 Newland Street decorated as HQ of Sir Fortescue Flannery of Wethersfield for the second of the two General Elections in 1910, in December. For the first, the HQ was the Constitutional Club but it burnt down in February. Also includes, left to right, 76 Newland Street, 74 Newland Street (Pearce, these two part of same building), part of 72 Newland Street. No postmark or address. Message reads ‘With best love from Fred to Alice’.

RefM694
Date takenDecember 1910
SourcePeter Jarvis. He was given them by Fred Norman.
Posted on Full size 1287 × 2117

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