Sir Thomas Salt

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Date:1900 - 1902 (c.)

Description:Sir Thomas Salt (1830-1903), banker and Conservative politician, was Member of Parliament for Stafford 1859-1865, 1868-1885 and 1886-1892. He was Alderman of Staffordshire County Council 1889-1904. He was a partner in the banking firm Stevenson Salt & Co., and owned Baswich House and Standon Hall. His uncle was William Salt.

Photograph portrait showing him reading the St. James' Gazette. Photographer: H.J. Whitlock & Sons, Birmingham.

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Donor ref:SCBPC-2009-205 (129/24195)

Source: Staffordshire County Buildings Picture Collection

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