Ref NoWBA/BT/4/15/1/2
TitleShareholder scrapbook
DescriptionScrapbook of documents retained by the Company Secretary concerning shares and shareholder information. Papers include application forms for shares, shares notices, quarterly notes, share prospectus, directors reports, annual statements, and press cuttings concerning share issues and advertisements.

Includes Boots 'Peer and Peasant alike' advertisement on the front cover of 'The Trader, January 29, 1910'.

Contains a document entitled 'One of the sights of Kingston-on-Thames', reprinted from The 'Surrey Comet'. Contains information on the Kingston on Thames store, and includes information on Alexander Gascoyne who designed the stores stained glass window, and shows an example of his work. It also mentions M. V. Treleaven, the architect, and Gilbert Seale, the sculptor who produced statuary and heraldic carvings.
Date1909-1930
LevelItem
Extent1 ledger
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