Arthur Henderson; MP 1914-1918

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Arthur Henderson MP. Location of events unknown.

Personalities. Shot of Arthur Henderson ; at the time serving in Lloyd George's cabinet; and later to be a leading Labour politician. Here he is seated outdoor at a table set for tea for two; with a teapot; milk jug and cups; in BG a trellis...



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ON 061 D
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01:12:41:00 / 01:12:56:00
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1914 - 1918

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