|Poignant Account of a 17th Century Putney-Based Charity That Survived Into The 1950s|
Wandsworth Historian journal publishes the latest research into Wandsworth’s past
A poignant account of a seventeenth-century Putney-based charity that survived into the 1950s, the touching memoires of a local lad growing to maturity in 1930s Battersea, and an inspirational assessment of some of Wandsworth’s meritocrats by the acclaimed historian, Professor Penelope Corfield. These are only a few of the features in the Autumn 2013 issue of the Wandsworth Historian (ISSN 1751-9225), the journal that brings you the latest research into Wandsworth’s past.
Frederick Johnson, Battersea Polytechnic student and holder of the Victoria Cross (from a cigarette card issued by Gallaher’s in 1916.)
October 11, 2013