The History of the Institution Branches I. Lancashire and Cheshire Branches
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The History of the Institution Branches I. Lancashire and Cheshire Branches

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The History of the Institution Branches I. Lancashire and Cheshire Branches
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In 1922, as a result of correspondence and discussion between the late Mr. E. Fiander Etchells (President, 1921-1922) and Mr. A.S. Spencer, a member resident in Manchester,
it was decided to call a meeting of local members.

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