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Letter re games for cathedral septcentenary celebrations
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Letter re games for cathedral septcentenary celebrations

Letter to JH Arthur from CJ Johnson, Edinburgh, dated July 25 1924, re provision of games for the cathedral's septcentenary celebrations. The games were: Aunt Sally, Hall of Laughter (3 distorting mirrors), Hoop La, Lilliputian Football and Topsy Turvy.

CJ Johnson's full details from letterhead: CJ Johnson, balloon and aerial novelty manufacturer and amusement caterer, 32 Grassmarket, Edinburgh. Bazaar amusements a speciality. Bazaars, flower shows, sports and garden parties supplied with the latest bazaar novelties. Concert companies and artistes supplied. Always something new and original. Balloons from 1/- each. Cinematograph, Punch & Judy and conjuring entertainments and all kinds of up-to-date amusements. Inventor, patentee and manufacturer of the Electro-mechanical Duck Race, the New Trap Hole for in or out door, Clock Golf, the Three-a-Side Parlour Football Match &c. &c.,1924,cathedral
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