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Christina Broom lived most of her life in Fulham, from about 1904 until the death of her husband in 1912 at 38 Burnfoot Avenue and then she and her daughter, Winifred, moved to 92 Munster Road. She took thousands of … Continue reading
Running at Fulham Palace until 16 April 2015 (with some closure periods over Christmas), there is a free exhibition entitled ‘Fulham Palace through the Great War’. The exhibition tells the story of the Great War at Fulham Palace, the role … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, the Fulham & Hammersmith Archives received an enquiry about the Ainu village at the Japanese-British exhibition of 1910. This led me to a treasure trove of photographs and comments on Japan’s first major exhibition in the … Continue reading