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1903: Earl Haig Artwork

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posted on 2024-01-16, 17:20 authored by Lest We Forget Project Team

The piece of artwork which depicts Earl Haig was found in the house of Harry Lycet (local councillor). It was cut by Albert Stubbs in 1928 in Bradford and created only 15 days after Haig's death. The owner of the artefact has no idea how it came into the possession of his uncle, Harry Lycet.

History

Name of contributor(s)

David Hahn

Subject of the story/individual the object(s) relate to

Earl Haig

Date(s) the event(s) in the story took place

14/02/1928

Location(s) where the event(s) in the story took place

Bradford

Object(s)

A piece of artwork portraying the image of Earl Haig which was created on Feb 14th 1928

Community Collection Day

City Hall, Bradford (02/02/19)

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