Liverpool Bootle, Birkenhead, and Wallasey official Red Book for 1933.
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Liverpool Bootle, Birkenhead, and Wallasey official Red Book for 1933.

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Published by Littlebury Bros. in Liverpool .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL18279205M

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Central Library & Archive 3rd Floor William Brown Street Liverpool England L3 8EW View on map. Visit website. Telephone: Fax: Email: [email protected] Source: Wallasey Central Library. The view looking in the opposite direction. the houses in the distance are on the far side of the junction with Belgrave Street and the Memorial Church can just be made out. Source: Wallasey Central Library. As can be clearly seen, the damage in this area was quite considerable, and many casualties occurred nearby. Liverpool addresses on ethics of social work - J. MacCunn () Liverpool as it was during the last quarter of the eighteenth century, to - R. Brooke () Liverpool banks and bankers, , a history of the circumstances which gave rise to the industry, and of the men who founded and developed it - J. Hughes (). Mr Harold DICKINSON, the Liverpool City Engineer died at his home in Wallasey yesterday he was a he was appointed in , having held a similar position in Leeds. He was a member of the Faculty of Engineering at Liverpool University. Dec 3rd Workmen's death in ship's tank, rescuers foiled by fumes, smoke helmets used to recover.

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