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Record Number: HFC:2019:9
Following an introduction by the High Sheriff, Miss Elizabeth Johnstone of Trewithen, David Penhaligon was introduced as the victor in the bid for retaining his title of MP for Truro in the 1983 General Election. Miss Johnstone was the first female High Sheriff.
Object Dimensions: 10 X 15
Object Type: digital image
Method – scan Date – 2019
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