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.
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