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AGM 1996

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Randolph Caldecott Soc UK AGM, Sept 1996

At this meeting our member Geoffrey Copus gave us a talk about Randolph Caldecott's connection with Chelsfield in Kent.  The full text of his talk (but, sadly, not the audio or visual additions) is now available for FREE download, with his kind permission.

Please note that this material is Copyright.  You may download it and print one copy for personal use, but it must not be published in any way, let alone sold, without permission.  If you would like to make copies or use the material in a talk of your own, contact us first.

The file (9 pages of A4) is available in two formats:  

MS Word 6/95 (.DOC), or 
Rich Text Format (.RTF)

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GCOPUS96.DOC
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