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Cirencester Archaeological & Historical Society

The Kibble

Collection

These are a selection of over 150 slides loaned to the society by the widow of Bob Kibble who used them for giving illustrated talks (to what audiences?). We have had digital copies made. They mainly show street theatre in the Market Place and a Carnival believed from the caption to be in 1975. The excuse for celebration seems to be that the Romans arrived in 75AD. So where did a Mexican on a horse (not shown here!) fit in? Can you tell us about the people and events depicted? We will change the selected pictures from time to time.
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© CAHS & contributors 2016-7 Registered Charity 287289
Cirencester Archaeological  & Historical Society

The Kibble

Collection

These are a selection of over 150 slides loaned to the society by the widow of Bob Kibble who used them for giving illustrated talks (to what audiences?). We have had digital copies made. They mainly show street theatre in the Market Place and a Carnival believed from the caption to be in 1975. The excuse for celebration seems to be that the Romans arrived in 75AD. So where did a Mexican on a horse (not shown here!) fit in? Can you tell us about the people and events depicted? We will change the selected pictures from time to time.
Click thumbnail to enlarge