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Wigan Archives Service: 2013 Accessions

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  • Hewitt family of Leigh: records incl photographs (Acc. 2013/15)
  • William Gregory: personal papers and employment certificates largely concerning the coal mining industry 1904-1939 (Acc. 2013/63)
  • John William Ormshaw, mine manager: bundle of examination answers submitted by John William Ormshaw as part of a course of study as a mine manager 1921-1928 (Acc. 2013/80)
  • Owen Thomas: personal records from time serving in First World War 1914-1918 (Acc. 2013/39)
  • Owen Thomas, private: First World War diary 1914-1916 (Acc. 2013/2)
  • Tomas Wilton, coal merchant, Goose Green: business records c1920-1949 (Acc. 2013/42)
  • Heinz Factory, Wigan: records of unions operating at the Heinz Factory site c1970-2005 (Acc. 2013/22)
  • Ashton Recreation Society: records 1913-1967 (Acc. 2013/86)
  • Golborne British School: log books 1878-1939 (Acc. 2013/10)
  • Leigh Conservative Club: records c1880-1979 (Acc. 2013/1)
  • Ralph Pilling Collection: collection of 117 rare volumes 1462-1709 (Acc. 2013/69)
  • Manuscript written in Burmese characters on 48 strips of palm leaf, accompanying manuscript reads, "A religious manuscript, said to be of considerable age, from the Paukang, Pagoda, Paukang, Upper Burma. It was presented to a British soldier during the Burmese Rebellion of 1931, by a Burmese, whose name appears in pencil on the last leaf, as a reward for saving his life" n.d. (Acc. 2013/8)
  • Letter from the tenor Thomas Burke of Leigh to Fred Warren concerning preparing the coal store at the family home for their arrival n.d. (Acc. 2013/68)
  • Collection of colour images of the redevelopment work carried out in Wigan town centre showing the demolition of buildings and the construction of new structures 2002-2005 (Acc. 2013/55)