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From the family album: Star c.1925


Star  c.1925
Julian Hill shows us a photo from the family album:"I think this is a Star bought new from the factory in Wolverhampton about 1925 by my grandfather, George Edmund Hill pictured in the photo with his family; Margery, John, and Alexander and wife Odile. The picture is taken in front of the AJS club which became the Woodfield Club. They lived on Coalway Road, Wolverhampton and this was at the bottom of their garden! I suspect the car and clubhouse no longer exist, however, their fine house on coalway road still does. It was one of only 2 cars owned on coalway at this time. George was a tobacco Merchant with offices in Wolverhampton and London on the banks of the Thames, which was destroyed in the blit".

Editor: thank you for sharing Julian. This is what we like, a photo of a proud family with their 'modern' car. Would they publish our photos in 80 years as well?
If you have a similar photo, please share it with us!

Comments 

 
#3 lars legaard 2017-12-07 21:24
Poor man and kids with that mother !
 
 
#2 S White 2017-12-07 12:16
The clubhouse appears to have been replaced but the Woodfield Sports and Social Club looks to be in rude health - www.woodfieldssc.co.uk
 
 
#1 D Smith 2017-12-06 10:33
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