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1st Poole Scout Troop
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1st Poole Scout Troop

Museum Ref No: H8a_0006
1st Poole Boy Scouts; pee-wit and curlew patrols
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1st Poole Scout Troop
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1st Poole Scout Troop

Museum Ref No: H8a_0004
1st Poole Scout troop on ambulance drill; bandaged boy on streacher
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book

Admirals of the Port by Jean Sutton

Museum Ref No: PLA 942.337
Story of Poole: Old Town, Port and Harbour by Jean Sutton, Harewood Publications, 1988. ISBN 0 906596 04 1 Illus. Pages 26-27.
Book
Advert for maid servant, 1756
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Advert for maid servant, 1756

Extract from the Salisbury Journal for 29 March 1756. Advert for maid servant posted by Joseph Brassett (Braffet) of Poole.
Newspaper
Aerial view of Broadstone
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Aerial view of Broadstone

Museum Ref No: AH_CHURCH_SCHOOLS_AND_INSTITUTE_BROADSTONE
Postcard. Copyright aeriel view by Surrey Flying Services Ltd. Dated 15 May, 1928. From the Andrew Hawkes collection.
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May Queen
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Allen, May Queen

Museum Ref No: PPS070536p11a
Photograph of Coronation of Barbara Allen as May Queen at Heatherlands School, takn from Poole and Parkstone Standard, 7th May 1936
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Allotments for the unemployed
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Allotments for the unemployed

Museum Ref No: PPS020436p7a
Poole unemployed are cultivating allotments near Bushell Mill Farm under a scheme worked jointly by the Allotments Association and Unemployed Fellowship. Included in this group are Ald. H.S. Carter (President of the Association), Mr. E.H. Stokes (assistant secretary), Mr W.J. Haynes (chairman of association committee), Dr. G.S. Small (chairman, Fellowship Executive), Mr A.L. Cleaver, Mr S. Rutter (fellowship organiser) and Mr. J.E. Nicholas.
Newspaper
Almshouses, Hamworthy
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Almshouses, Hamworthy

Museum Ref No: VM_XLIII.16_Almshouses
Almshouses, located off Hamworthy Road (now Blandford Rd). Detail of Ordnance Survey Dorset Sheet XLIII.16 scale 1:2500 1900 revision with valuation annotations AC
Map
Anti-aircraft defence
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Anti-aircraft defence

Museum Ref No: PPS020436p11c
High up on the Rossmore plateau every week the Parkstone section of the Dorset Fortress Company, Royal Engineers, practices anti-aircraft defence, usually watched by a large crowd. Taken from the Poole and Parkstone Standard 2nd April 1936.
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