The Bottom Drawer

Everyone has a bottom drawer. It’s where stuff that doesn’t have a specific place gets put. Like paper bags and old postcards. Biros that don’t work anymore. Assortments of fittings, screws and parts that have come off various household items over the years and retained until someone notices that something is missing a part. Or, more often than not, just left forgotten in that drawer, gradually getting pushed further towards obscurity at the back, behind everything else.

So this is the place where I will be posting images of things brought to my attention that don’t fit neatly into any of the posts. If you have any Soddenham related ephemera in your bottom drawer, please get in touch.

Kindly submitted by Betty Thule
Kindly submitted by Betty Thule
Kindly submitted by A. Pardow
Kindly submitted by A. Pardow
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Kindly submitted by E. Smokepipe
Kindly submitted by Rev. Blencowe
Kindly submitted by Rev. Blencowe
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Subject unknown. Kindly submitted by A. Pardow
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George Tooley, 1931. Kindly Submitted by B. Tooley
Kindly Submitted by E. Smokepipe
Kindly submitted by Alfred Drewery
04 Brass Rubbing Book
Kindly submitted by U. S. Schreiber
Kindly Submitted by E. Nullbrigg
Kindly Submitted by E. Nullbrigg
Kindly Submitted by H. Bannajee
Kindly Submitted by H. Bannajee
Kindly submitted by E. Clacker
Kindly submitted by E. Clacker
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Kindly submitted by E. Nullbrigg
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Kindly submitted by A. Smeckler
Kindly submitted by A. Pardow
Kindly submitted by A. Pardow
Kindly Submitted by L. Taret
Kindly Submitted by L. Taret
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Kindly submitted by E. Smokepipe

 

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