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Black and white image of two gentlemen wearing the uniform of the Linton Brass Band. The gentleman seated on the left of the image is Mr. Trengrove who was the Drum Major of the band. His uniform is more elaborate than that of Mr. Hansen. He is wearing a light coloured helmet with a horse hair plume, sash and epaulettes. The uniform Bob Hansen is wearing is plain. Both uniforms have extensive frogging. There were various dates of the founding of the brass band. This image is possibly 1903.
Inscriptions & markings
Text, reverse: POST CARD / FOR CORRESPONDENCE. FOR ADDRESS ONLY / DRUM MAJOR MR. TRENGROVE / & BOB HANSEN.
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