4 edition of A Brief history of Eastbourne found in the catalog.
A Brief history of Eastbourne
Written by members of the Eastbourne Local History Society.
|Statement||edited by A. G. S. Enser ; for Eastbourne Local History Society.|
|Contributions||Enser, A. G. S., Eastbourne Local History Society.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.E137 B74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||77358764|
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Contents. History; Pre-Roman. Post-war Eastbourne Eastbourne Society formed. Congress Theatre opened as theatre and conference centre. Central Library built. South Cliff Tower built. Brighton pier theatre destroyed.
Eastbourne Historical Society formed 1 Dec: Duke Ellington played Congress Theatre (his last recorded concert). Arndale Centre opened.
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