H K Huse (artist)—naked woman hanging from a tree after she accidentally got her foot stuck in a loop of rope.
A Game Invention—representing the idea that life involves interaction with others. Whether in marriage, business, politics, or war, people come to agreements to achieve shared objectives.
The Wauters Family—an article recorded by Kenneth and Françoise Taylor (my parents) in 1986-1990. Includes a 2012 update by Drake Wauters, son of André Wauters.
Françoise Taylor—an article about my mother (née Françoise Wauters), who died in Bolton, England, on January 24th, 2007, aged 87.
Germaine and Basil—an article about the brief wartime marriage between my Belgian great aunt Germaine and Basil Brooks (with thanks to Phil and Richard Moore). Basil was tragically killed on the Somme in July 1916.
W.T.Taylor & Co. Ltd—an article written by my grandmother Mrs John Taylor (Emmie) in 1974 when she was aged 78, describing the history and development of the family business.
Honest Bill's Mill—an article from 'Lancashire Life', June 1976 written by Barbara J. Balshaw about W.T.Taylor and the towel manufacturing business he successfully founded in Horwich, Bolton (UK) in 1904.
A Speech by Alfred Holt—to the shareholders of W.T.Taylor & Co. Ltd on the 19th January, 1926, acknowledging the contribution to the company by its founder, W.T.Taylor, who died earlier that year.