A biography of the life and work of Norman Williams Andrews, written by Elaine Noakes, during her time as a member of the 3rd Dagenham Girls Brigade (2000), relating to his early childhood, his military service with the Royal Air Force, his marriage, his charity work with the Dagenham Rotary Club, the Dagenham Scheme and Spurgeons Theological College, as well as his involvement with the development of Andrews Stores. Also includes related original photographs and souvenirs, presumably formally belonging to Norman W. Andrews (1922-1979).
‘A biography on the life and work of Norman W. Andrews’ by Elaine Noakes
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- Dates of Creationcirca. 2000
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- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description2 folders
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Administrative / Biographical History
Elaine Noakes (fl. 1990-2000) was a member of the 3rd Dagenham Girls Brigade, who undertook a research project into the life and work of Norman W. Andrews.
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