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HA02410 The Earl of Feversham’s carriageThe Earl of Feversham’s carriage arriving at the laying of the foundation stone for Helmsley Town Hall, 1900
HA02418 Duncombe Park workers bid farewell to The Duke of York...showing the south-west side of the decorated arch leading to Buckingham Square
The banner reads "GOD BLESS YOU"
HA02420 The north-east side of the decorative arch leading to Duncombe ParkThe banner reads "WELCOME"
HA02428 Crowds in Market PlaceCrowds await the laying of the Foundation Stone by The Duke of York
HA03265 West side of the decorative arch between Ryegate - Station RoadThe Duke of York departed Helmsley by train from the station...
The banner reads "HEALTH AND HAPPINESS"
HA04201 Laying the Foundation Stone of the Town HallThe banner at the foot of the Feversham Memorial reads "WELCOME TO HELMSLEY"
HA06583 East side of the decorative arch between Station Road and RyegateThe Duke of York arrived in Helmsley by train; the banner on the arch reads "WELCOME TO HELMSLEY"
HA09218 Decorated arch over Buckingham SquareIn honour of a visit by the Duke of York
HA09219 Decorated arch Buckingham SquareIn honour of a visit by the Duke of York
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