A Record of Shelford Parva p28

A Record of Shelford Parva by Fanny Wale P22 fo. 23, page 22: A black and white watercolour of Low Brooms, residence of Colonel T. Wood, R.A., us at the top of the page. A description of it is underneath. Two photographs, one of Hackers cottage, High Street, 1915 and one of what was once called Petts Yard, 1918. A watercolour of a gramophone is on the left hand side of the page. [fo.21, but within mount C]

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