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Slide set: The history of a quartern loaf (lecture: York & Son, 10 slides, in/before 1888)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
Ploughing the Land
Slide 2
Sowing
Slide 3
The Farmer
Slide 4
Reaping
Slide 5
Thrashing
Slide 6
The Corn going to the Mill
Slide 7
The Windmill
Slide 8
The Flour going by Railway Train
Slide 9
Making the Bread
Slide 10
The Baker's Shop
Number of slides
10
Manufacturer

York & Son, England

Other related organisations

in stock of J. Brandon Medland, 1889

in stock of UK Band of Hope Union, 1891

in stock of Josiah T. Chapman, 1909-1912 (item ref. 334)

in stock of Ivens & Co., 1913

Main type of image
drawing / painting / print
Main usage of set
lecture
Date of first manufacture
unknown  (latest possible 1888)
Reading or song

F. Grove Palmer, The history of a quartern loaf (n.d.)

Related slide set

contained in History of some common things (lecture: E.G. Wood, 55 slides, in/before 1894)

Collections

10 slides known to exist in private collection

Lucerna ID  3002692

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 14 July 2019

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