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  • edited November 11
    These must date back to when there was different pricing around the terracing which wasn’t the case by the late 1960s. Maybe 50s?
    Amazing some of the things the club retained then left behind.

    In 2012 I rescued bespoke printed (annual company) accounts going back many decades from a confidential waste bag. Left them in my office at The Valley so no idea if they were subsequently thrown out.
  • We have 30s, 40s and 50s printed accounts so maybe that's them.

    Slim, with green or brown covers.
  • We have 30s, 40s and 50s printed accounts so maybe that's them.

    Slim, with green or brown covers.
    You also have a lot of records on microfiche. Did you ever get a reader for them?
  • Wow !! - the fact that they survived and were then "found" by a Port Vale fan and kept, then donated, is amazing!! Proper History on a roll. 
  • edited November 12
    What a waste. A proper fan would have stood at the back of the covered end and launched those tickets onto the pitch along with the toilet rolls and rollls of bus tickets paper
  • Did the Port Vale supporter say how and why their visit to the Valley came about ?  
  • We have 30s, 40s and 50s printed accounts so maybe that's them.

    Slim, with green or brown covers.
    You also have a lot of records on microfiche. Did you ever get a reader for them?
    No, hard things to find.

    We have readers/converters for film negatives now though 
  • Looks like Henry has pocketed the Penny…
    Didn't Southall turn up at the museum once?
    Just saying, like.
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  • Looks like Henry has pocketed the Penny…
    I knew he was a wrongun 
  • Cut from the same cloth…
  • Can I have 2 for the NW Quadrant please?
  • Cut from the same cardigan
    Sorted it for you
  • Any spares?
  • We have 30s, 40s and 50s printed accounts so maybe that's them.

    Slim, with green or brown covers.
    I don’t remember the covers but that sounds like them. Good to hear.
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