Dickens Anniversary 1920

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Item title reads: "Dickens' Anniversary. Mr Edwin Drew - last survivor of the Dickens society - places wreath on great novelist's tomb."

MS Mr. Edwin Drew (last survivor of Dickens Society) holding a wreath. A very solemn looking woman stands beside him - probably his wife, plus others in their...



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01:09:30:00 / 01:10:00:00
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