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W. H. Bryant

W. H. Bryant

Member of Housing Committee, Diss Street 1922.
Councillor and Vice-Chair of the Bethnal Green Baths Committee in 1926.
Councillor and on the Bethnal Green Baths Committee in 1926.

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W. H. Bryant

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Diss Street re-housing scheme

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