excerpt from 'I remember! Reminiscences of a Cobbler's Son' pp. 71 (115 words)

excerpt from 'I remember! Reminiscences of a Cobbler's Son' pp. 71 (115 words)

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I remember! Reminiscences of a Cobbler's Son

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[Arthur Gill was employed as a showcard writer—a graphic artist— at B. Roberts and Co. from 1906 – 1914]

 

Just before the First World War broke out in 1914 we had a Shop Trip to London. It was most interesting and enjoyable, being my first visit to London. It was a conducted tour, and we visited many of the chief attractions […] but not, I regret, the National Art Gallery,-- this was closed, as the Suffragettes were on the war path at this time […] We saw a wonderful Salvation Army Procession, about a mile long. All countries where the Army had followers were represented in their native costumes, and had their own Army Bands—it was an eye-opener. 

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