Illustrations of old Ipswich

with architectural description of each subject and such historical notices as illustrate the manners and customs of previous ages ...
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J. Glyde , Ipswich
Ipswich (England) -- Description and t
Statementby John Glyde.
The Physical Object
Pagination84 p., [12] leaves of plates :
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Open LibraryOL17016559M
OCLC/WorldCa19647739

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Hossack, the then Mayor of Ipswich, on the 4th of November The Theatre was built as a Cine Variety Theatre for Provincial Cinematograph Theatres, and although it was equipped with a working stage, film was always its main fare, indeed it opened with a showing of the film 'The Last of Mrs Cheyney'.Ipswich Libraries has access to a range of Community Languages items.

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