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1945/6 photo by H. Felton: number 331

view showing a 3-storey brick built property: George Adnams newsagent & tobacconist

A trade directory for 1940 suggests no. 331 was Albert Poole's ham & beef shop and no. 332 was Adnams, newsagent, but the photo (which cannot lie!) shows no. 331 was Adnams and a glimpse of no. 330, Barratts, the undertakers.

The advertising board is for R White's 'Ginger Beer, Lemonade, Cream Soda, Lemon Squash, Kaola and Soda Water'. There are also adverts for the Middlesex Independent, Picture POst, News of the World and Lilliput: 'Britain's greatest sale of any pocket monthly'.

Reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR

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Published December 2006