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Banner - Anti-arms Trade

A rectangular anti-arms trade banner with black and blue lettering on a white background.

Banner - Anti-Gulf War

A rectangular anti-Gulf War banner with blue lettering on a white background, with a safety pin attached.

Banner - Anti-Gulf War

A long rectangular anti-Gulf War banner with nine panels divided by red, green, black and yellow bands. In the centre panel there is black and red lettering. There are peoples' signatures on four panels ...

Banner - Anti-Gulf War

A long rectangular patchwork peace / anti-Gulf War banner. It was made by children and has brightly coloured paintings and slogans.

Banner - Free East Timor

A rectangular protest banner from Coventry with black lettering on a white background. It has pictures of a creature with wings and legs in a diamond shape on either side of the lettering. The banner ...

Banner - Pro-Road Traffic Reduction Bill

A rectangular protest banner with black lettering on a white background.

Banner - Support Our Local Traders

A rectangular banner with black lettering on a white background, with a picture of a shopping basket. The banner is sewn up on three edges.

Coal Miners' Strike Banner

A red protest banner with yellow lettering that reads 'COLE NOT DOLE'. It was made by a Leamington based women's group in support of the Miners' Strike of 1984-85. The group were based at 'The Other Branch' ...

Nuneaton. Courtesy Club

Mr Frank Bowles M.P. enrols in the presence of the Mayor of Nuneaton, councillor W.G. Corbett and other officials of the Nuneaton Courtesy Club, December 1952 [The Granddaughter has informed us that ...

Nuneaton. Courtesy Club for road safety

"Courtesy Club" road safety campaign. London Brick Company lorry , two motor cycles and eleven campaigners, including "Monty" Morton and Mr Wright. Nuneaton. 1952

Nuneaton. Edward Street, protest march

Anti-National Front March, seen here in Edward Street. It started in the Pingles and 400 people took part, escorted by about 100 police officers, with a further 50 along the route, on the 28th September ...

Stratford upon Avon. Suffragettes

A group of suffragettes in Stratford upon Avon during their journey from Carlisle to London. 1913

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