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Tennis Flannels

Adoption Number: 1962M210.1

1905 -1910

These flannel tennis trousers were probably worn by Alderman Wilfred Byng Kenrick. The Edgbaston Archery and Lawn Tennis Society declared in 1879 that each Member (Gentleman) playing Tennis shall wear a distinctive costume of Dark Blue and White Flannel'.

Suggested donation: £15.00

Tennis Flannels

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