Seventh report of the work of the Leicestershire Record Office
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Seventh report of the work of the Leicestershire Record Office 1970-1972 by Leicestershire Record Office.

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Published by The Council in [Leicester] .
Written in English


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Statementprepared for the CountyRecords Committee by L. A. Parker, J. A.Chatterton.
ContributionsParker, L. A., Chatterton, J. A., Leicestershire (England). County Council., Leicestershire (England). County Records Committee.
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