Sir Leslie Orme Wilson (1876-1955), Captain of the Royal Horse Artillery (Territorials), Friar Street, Reading, c1913.
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Sir Leslie Orme Wilson (1876-1955), who lived at The Manor House, Waltham St. Lawrence, in his uniform as a Captain of the Berkshire Royal Horse Artillery (Territorials), with another officer in Friar Street, Reading, c. 1913. He was elected Member of Parliament for Reading in 1913, and after distinguished service in the 1914-18 War, remained M.P. until 1922. 1910-1919.
|Image Title||Sir Leslie Orme Wilson (1876-1955), Captain of the Royal Horse Artillery (Territorials), Friar Street, Reading, c1913.|
|Description||black and white photograph; 25 x 15 cm.|
|Subject||Soldiers -- Reading -- Illustrations
World War, 1914-1918 -- Reading -- illustrations
|Ordinance Survey Map Reference||Unknown|
|Collection||Local Studies Collection|