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A presentation by Murray Rumsey to Miss Good at the Bull's Head

This photograph looks as if it was taken in the 1950s. It shows Murray Rumsey presenting a television to Miss Good, who was the proprietor of the Bullís Head (now the Quorndon Fox) on High Street.

Murray Rumsey is the gentleman with the beard standing behind the television. Miss Good is the lady on his left in the dark dress. The Bullís Head was owned by Mr Hartopp, his daughter, Ivy Luckett is on the far left standing up. The gentleman to the right of Murray Rumsey is Harold Dermott. The gentleman third from the left (glasses and dark suit) is Howard Felthouse, whose daughter Sheila Brewer, kindly donated this photograph.


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 Submitted on: 2011-08-18
 Submitted by: Sheila Brewer
 Artefact ID: 1381
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