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The journal of Marie Paneth, the art therapist depicted in the highly acclaimed BBC drama The Windermere Children.
Hidden away since WWII, seventy-five years later, here is her inspiring story.
Follow the link below to get your copy today, early bird offer ends at the end of February 🔗
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Horse-drawn carriages were the norm when this photograph was taken in 1891. The picture is Stevenson Square looking towards Newton Street and Piccadilly.
The photographer has captured the square in a relatively-quiet moment compared to the normal hustle and bustle of life you would expect in the city. Fifty years earlier the scene was not so peaceful as history books reported “a battle took place in Stevenson’s Square between the Anti-Corn Law Leaguers and the Chartists, and several heads were broken.”
The square also witnessed demonstrations by unemployed men during the General Strike in 1926.
Explore more in our book The Changing Face of Manchester 👇🏼
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James Calland Smith
iNostalgia is an independent publishing company dedicated to bringing the local past to life through social media, books, online magazines and events.
The steps must still be cleaned, despite a foggy day in Manchester 1926.
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