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Civil War

Museum Ref No: PLA 942.337
History of the Town and County of Poole by John Sydenham, Poole, Sydenham, 1839 Pages 116-131
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Albert A. Clapp
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Clapp, Albert A. Clapp

Museum Ref No: f1d_0038
Leading fireman Albert A Clapp, National Fire Service, Poole, c.1943.
Photograph
Convalescents - First World War
photograph

Convalescents - First World War

Museum Ref No: G9_0012
Large posed group of convalescents and staff outside building with large arched entrance; 1914-1918.
Photograph
Coronation
newspaper

Coronation

Museum Ref No: PPS080736p1
Photograph of the Crowning of Jean Hoy as Carnival Queen by Miss Vera Sherburn, taken from Poole and Parkstone Standard, 8th July 1936
Newspaper
Coronation Parade, 1953
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Coronation Parade, 1953

Museum Ref No: AH_SportsField
Parade celebrating the Coronation of Elizabeth 11, with "Coronation Parade, Poole Park 2nd June 1953 F/LT Ozzard, W/O Heller, F/O Ashford" inscribed on the rear. From the Andrew Hawkes collection.
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Cpl. R.J.Porter
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Cpl. R.J.Porter

Museum Ref No: Stickland collection WW1 Cpl.R.J.Porter, Cpl.R.J.Porter back
Postcard of Cpl.R.J.Porter. From the Stickland collection, Poole Museum.
Photograph
Poole Carnival 1936
newspaper

Cutler, Poole Carnival 1936

Museum Ref No: PPS080736p18
Photograph of Mr B.A. Cutler, mainspring and secretary of the Carnival Association, taken from Poole and Parkstone Standard 8th July 1936
Newspaper
book

D-Day Poole

Museum Ref No: PLA 942.337084
D-Day Poole by Derek Beamish and Ian Andrews, published by Poole Historical Trust, 1993. Illus.
Book
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Disc Barrow (PooleAM 374) on Canford Heath

A Scheduled Ancient Monument, Disc Barrow PooleAM 374 (HER Number: 5 000 374) was fully excavated in 1975; no human remains were found. This barrow was formerly classified as a Bell Barrow. Information from the Dorset HER and the Heritage Gateway Use the web link above to view the full record on the Heritage Gateway.
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