Black Country Bugle, Nos. 274 - 285
Oct (no. 283) shelved at W154
No. 274 (Jan) Includes the following articles: Photograph of Woden Road Junior School Choir 1949; Photograph of Bradmore Peace Day 1919; Old-time North Street (Tin Shop Yard); 'Kidney' Kate Eddowes (Jack the Ripper victim); Photograph of Cleveland Road W M Club angling section 1930.
No. 275 (Feb) Includes the following articles: Jack the Ripper's Wolverhampton-born victim; Photograph of Lanesfield School pupils 1918; Springfield United FC.
No. 276 (Mar) Includes the following articles: Photograph of pupils at Stonefield School, Bilston c.1920.
No. 277 (Apr) Includes the following article: The Vine Inn, Wednesfield.
No. 278 (May) Includes the following article: VE Day remembered (includes a photograph of a street party in Mount Road, Lanesfield).
No. 279 (Jun) Includes the following articles: Photograph of Birches Barn tennis gathering c.1920s; Photograph of Ettingshall Junior School (tin school) footballers 1937-38.
No. 280 (Jul) includes the following articles: Photograph of pupils from Holy Trinity School, Heath Town in 1961; photograph of Barnsley's Brass Foundry staff outing 1948.
No. 281 (Aug) includes the following articles: Photograph of Thomas Swann's cycle shop, Bilston; Ettingshall Tin School F C 1937.
No. 282 (Sep) Includes the following articles: photograph of Brickkiln Street School first aid class 1915/6; photograph of Mander Street Boys Club 1934.
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