Furniture made at White Family Joinery more than 100 years ago, returns to Morpeth

By Donna Sharpe
Updated November 14 2019 - 3:24pm, first published 8:48am
HISTORY: Morpeth Museum volunteer Sue Thomas with some of the White family's furniture. PICTURE: Marina Neil.
HISTORY: Morpeth Museum volunteer Sue Thomas with some of the White family's furniture. PICTURE: Marina Neil.

A collection of cedar furniture made for Morpeth's White family and handed down through four generations, has been returned to the place it was manufactured.

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