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Written on back with blue pen: “1st on left Will Clayton Drapery Manager.”

Penciled on back: “N. Clayton”

Written on back with red felt-tip pen: “66”

Printed on piece of paper attached to back: “Commercial Job: 89 % Page: 11 Size : Min: 6 Max: 1.46 (Shannon).”

The staff of W.H. Gunning and Co. Ltd., General Merchants, eastern side of Plimmer Terrace, Shannon, c. 1920s. Those in the photograph have been identified as – William Clayton (at left wearing hat) is the manager of the drapery department, and Eric Gunning (second from right).

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W.H. Gunning and Co. Ltd., General Merchants, Shannon

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eric gunning,
men costume,
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shannon historical collection - photographs,
william clayton,
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