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: Inn Signs Through The Ages

Some examples of Inn Signs from the Exhibition now being held at the Building Centre described by Fred Taylor, R.I.

This is the first time within living memory that an exhibition of this kind has been held. In all, there are over two hundred inn signs on show. Some are old-there is one that creaked in the wind way back in the reign of Charles II-and some are modern. Amongst the latter there are some particularly fine examples of a happy blend of commerce and art. All these signs have been taken down specially for this exhibition.

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Presenter: Fred Taylor

: Starlight: Leonard Henry (Comedian)

A few weeks ago Leonard Henry was seen at Alexandra Palace in a test transmission, but this is the first time that this puckish personality has appeared in the regular programmes. He is well known all over the country to theatre-goers and sound broadcast listeners as a versatile artist who can delight an audience in concert party shows, Variety, revue, and musical comedy.

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Comedian: Leonard Henry

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: Inn Signs Through The Ages

Some examples of Inn Signs from the Exhibition now being held at the Building Centre described by Fred Taylor, R.I.

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Presenter: Fred Taylor

: Irene Prador

Cabaret Artist

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Cabaret artist: Irene Prador








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