A.R.Mullard Coal and Coke delivery. The two sons and the lorry.
Dedication service of the War Memorial, in 1923
The sign reads 'A Mullard, Carrier to Portsmouth'. His competitor, Noble White, lived just 100 yards down the High Street.
One of the two busses built on a Model T chassis, in which Albert Mullard operated a service to Petersfield in the 1920s and 30s.
The second bus, with passengers. Since grandfather Albert did not drive, his two sons Arthurand Albert drove the busses, from a young age.
Correspondence, 2015, between David Mullard and EMHG.