2 edition of story of Liverpool"s public services found in the catalog.
story of Liverpool"s public services
George H. Pumphrey
|Statement||by George H. Pumphrey, with a foreword by Sir Sydney Jones.|
|LC Classifications||JS3485 .P8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 217 p.|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||41006329|
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With a sudden earthquake disrupting her homeland, 16 year old (Y/N) is sent to Liverpool, England after her parents' tragic deaths. Known to have a cold heart, she is taken in by her mother's deceased childhood friend's family, where the Mistress of the house had passed away. As transformative new developments such as Paddington Village and Liverpool Waters begin to define the city, GVA’s Stephen Cowperthwaite discusses why at this pivotal phase of development, we need to start to re-tell the story of Liverpool. Moving ‘brand Liverpool’ forward For many, Liverpool’s identity is synonymous with The Beatles and its two football [ ].
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