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Unique ID Number: DOC_ODG_9_1
Description: ‘Richard Trevithick “The Cornish Giant” 1771 – 1833, Memorials and Commemorations in Camborne and District’ by J. F. Odgers. A biography with details of commemorations and celebrations from 1900 to about 1950 such as Memorial tablet 1911; raising funds for a statue in 1913 (unveiled 1932). Mr Odgers was Chairman of Camborne Town Council in 1932.
Record Number: 753348

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Subject: Trevithick Commemoration

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Creator: Mr J F Odgers
Format: TIFF
Date: c1950s
Coverage: Camborne, Trevithick, HRH The Prince George
Publisher: Trevithick Society
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