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Creating the centre panel for a well dressing, unknown location, 1952

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:Creating the centre panel for a well dressing, unknown location, 1952
:Brindley, F H
:From collection of F H Brindley
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A group of men (perhaps the Well Dressing Committee) putting together the centre panel for a dressing. The image will be titled 'The Coat of Many Colours', a reference from Genesis 37:3: 'Now Israel loved Joseph more than all his children, because he was the son of his old age: and he made him a coat of many colours' (King James Version; it should be noted the accuracy of the translation is disputed).

The completed dressing can be seen in PTPD300133.

Does any one recognise any of the men depicted here? This in turn might enable the location to be established.