Harold Blackburn, Samuel Woods, Ripon
In old-world Ripon the curfew still tolls each dying day and a horn is blown four times in the market square to bid the townsmen rest. Samuel Woods is the new blower. He succeeds his brother-in-law, Harold Blackburn. January 1935 P029123
|Color||Black & White|
|Keywords||1930s,40 - 50 Years,Customs,Dog,Hat,Hornet,Musical Instrument,Night,One Mature Man Only,Street Lighting,Town Crier,Traditions,Yorkshire,animal,instrument,market,pet|
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