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Alex Edgar - Introduction.

Alex Edgar - Introduction.
© National Maritime Museum, London
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Description: Alex Edgar was born in 1925 and worked as a post boy at Manhattan Wharf in Silvertown after leaving school aged 14. For this work he was paid 12 shillings and sixpence (62 1/2 pence) a week. He later became a docker at the Royal Docks.
Creator: National Maritime Museum
Date: November 2003
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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