St. Laurence's Church, Peace Sunday, 6 July, 1919.
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Peace Sunday, July 6, 1919. The scene outside St. Laurence's Church after the Official Thanksgiving Servive, as local heroes were being decorated for bravery and meritorious service. Soldiers stand in front of the Arcade, with a military band to the right. Buildings in the background include No. 17 Market Place (Cooksey and Walker, auctioneers), Nos. 13, 14, 15 and 16 Market Place (London County, Westminster, and Parr's Bank); No. 11 Market Place (Morris and Davis, tailors); and No. 175 Friar Street (formerly Gregory, Love and Company, grocers, with signs in the window saying "Local Food Office"). 1910-1919.
|Image Title||St. Laurence's Church, Peace Sunday, 6 July, 1919.|
|Date||6 July 1919.|
|Description||black and white photograph, 13 x 30 cm.|
|Subject||Mayors -- Reading -- Illustrations
Town clerks -- Reading -- Illustrations
Members of Parliament -- Reading -- Illustrations
World War, 1914-1918 -- Reading -- illustrations
|Ordinance Survey Map Reference||SU716735|
|Collection||Local Studies Collection|
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