Held AtGloucestershire Archives
LevelCollection
Alt Ref NoD9486
TitleStone family of Woodchester
Date1918-1968
DescriptionWoodchester: celebration programmes of parish events including Silver Jubilee of King George V, 1937; Coronation of King George VI, 1937; King George VI's victory message to the nation's children following the end of World War II [1945], 1946; scrapbook of Cotswold Social and Athletic Boys' Club, Nailsworth, including correspondence, newscuttings, photographs, posters and programmes, mostly concerning the club bands, c.1937-1940; scrapbook concerning local and national dog shows, including photographs and newscuttings, c.1958-1961; Personal wartime and post-war documents of B G Stone, 1940s-1950s; personal wartime documents of L B Stone, including newscuttings and photographs, c.1938-1946; correspondence concerning the employment of W H J Stone, c.1918-1929; documents concerning schooling and career of L B Stone, c.1920-1968; photographs of Cainscross rugby football team, 1946
Admin HistoryThe donor's father, Mr L B Stone, helped to found the Cotswold Social and Athletic Boys' Club, and founded their bands, The Harmonicans, The Americanos, and the Rag Time Band. His mother, Mrs B G Stone, was involved in breeding and showing dogs locally and nationally, including at Crufts
Custodial HistoryGiven by Mr J W Stone, 17 March 2003, 2 November 2007, 26 February 2009 and 14 February 2013
Access ConditionsThese records are open for research
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