Personal papers of Albert Robins, 1909-1992; business records, [early 20th century]-1974; leaflets, programmes, menus, tickets and other ephemera, 1950-1995; minutes, accounts, correspondence and other records relating to the Rhyl Chamber of Trade and Commerce, 1947-1995; records relating to the Royal Air Forces' Association, Rhyl and Abergele Branch, 1947-1997, the Air Training Corps, 1941-1996, Rhyl Evening Cricket League, 1957-1993, and other local organisations, 1950-1997; and items relating to Civic affairs in Rhyl, Prestatyn and Rhuddlan, 1951-1993.
ALBERT ROBINS, PAPERS OF, RE: RHYL AND DISTRICT
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Administrative / Biographical History
Albert Robins (fl. 1932-1992) was a fishmonger and greengrocer in Water Street, Rhyl, Flintshire. He was active in various organisations in the town, notably the Rhyl Chamber of Trade, the Rhyl and Abergele branch of the Royal Air Forces' Association, the Air Training Corps and the Rhyl Evening Cricket League. He married Irene in 1932. During the Second World War, he served in the Royal Air Force.
Arranged into the following: personal papers; business papers; local organizations; civic affairs; and miscellaneous.
Deposited by Mr Albert Robins, Rhyl, 1997.
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