- 1869-1940 (Creation)
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Assorted correspondence, circulars and an account statement from several different civic events. All were found loose together in a box.
1-8: The only series of records is from the household of Princess Maud and Prince Charles of Denmark. They were married in July 1896 and the Borough gathered subscriptions for a wedding present of an omnibus. This was presented to the Royal couple in Sandringham in November. The accounts are included with the correspondence along with a copy of the circular calling for subscriptions.
9: The reply from the Prince of Wales to the Corporation following a presentation given on 5th July 1869. The Prince and Princess of Wales were to visit to open the new docks. The address was copied into the Hall Book.
10: Letter from the Mayor of Lynn Massachusetts inviting the Mayor of King's Lynn to their 250th anniversary of the foundation of the town in 1879.
11: Letter from Mr D. Burlingham, a local silver jeweller, giving estimates for designs for the Silver Wedding presentation to the Prince and Princess of Wales in 1888.
12: Note book from the Town Clerk's office. It notes who was event to each event and the total number of people invited. Events range from 1932 to 1940
The other letters are individual items. The final piece is a small notebook that the
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Binding of KL/TC 13/44/12 is weak and splitting. Handle with care.
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