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UNION JACK CLUB, WATERLOO ROAD

UNION JACK CLUB, WATERLOO ROAD

'The Union Jack Club in Waterloo Road is to be opened by the King on Monday. Our portraits are of Miss McGaul the foundress; Sir Edward Ward, one of the chief organisers; and Major Haggard, the Secretary.' The club was erected by public conscription as a national memorial to sailors, soldiers and marines killed on active service, providing a club house and bedrooms for those below the commissioned ranks. Facilities also included baths, writing room, billiards room, barber and shops.From Lloyd's Weekly News, 30th June 1904
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Collection:Surrey-ana
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Ref:12636
Identifier:Surreyana Vol20 p109
Date:1889

#1901 - 1925  #BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTURE  #Surrey-ana  #WAR AND ARMED FORCES  #WATERLOO 

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