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Archive of General Sir Archibald Hunter GCB GCVO DSO TD LLD
at the King's Own Royal Regiment Museum, Lancaster.

Freedom of Lancaster

Major General Sir Archibald Hunter was honoured with the Freedom of the Borough of Lancaster on his return from the Sudan Campaign.


Photograph of Presentation Casket in which the Freedom
of the Borough of Lancaster was presented to Hunter.
See below for full colour photographs.
Accession Number: KO0095/08


Freedom Certificate with Official Seal of the Borough of Lancaster.
Accession Number: KO0513/01a


Freedom Certificate
Accession Number: KO0513/01a


Front, Presentation Casket in which the Freedom
of the Borough of Lancaster was presented to Hunter on 23rd January 1899.

Rear
    
Ends.
Accession Number: KO0513/01

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