Press cutting announcing the re-opening of the Horniman Museum after being closed due to war damage

Press cutting announcing the re-opening of the Horniman Museum after being closed due to war damage and advising school groups to book in advance. The notice ends detailing the opening hours of the Museum and its Christmas day closure. The cutting has no date, but is likely to have been published after the end of the Second World War as it also mentions The Hansard Society, which was founded in 1944.

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