5 photographs, one including his two brothers (n.d.); Letter to his wife, written whilst imprisoned in Wormwood Scrubs (30 Mar. 1917); Exemption certificate from Huddersfield School Board (20 Sep. 1903); Certificate of apprenticeship (5 Oct. 1904); Death certificate (June 1975).
Fred Banks papers
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Administrative / Biographical History
Fred Banks (1890-1975) was born in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, and employed as a brushmaker living in Bradford. He was sentenced to two years imprisonment in Wormwood Scrubs during the First World War.
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The papers were placed in the Collection by Mrs E. Gill (daughter).
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