regret recvl the death, last Thursday, of Mr. J. Wilder, at the age of Mr. Wilder was senior partner the firm of W. and J. Wilder, of Birmingham, and was well known in the profession in connection with the Ivooking artists for various functions.
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10 September 1924 - The Era - London, London, England