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Militia House Coat of Arms, Magazine Square
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Militia House Coat of Arms, Magazine Square

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Julie Thomson
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Militia House Coat of Arms, Magazine Square
MILLIGAN ROAD - NORTHGATE St (CDV) Strongroom Stack 216
The Newark
Magazine Square Arms sculpture on wall - "Pour Parvenir"
Celluloid negative

Negatives Collection, The Record Office.

Militia House was a Victorian series of buildings that stood in Magazine Square, the Newarke, in Leicester. They were demolished in 1967.

The inscription reads 'Pour Y Parvenir'- To Do This.
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