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133 Fitzroy Street, Frank Suttle circa 1909

1 – 3, (133 – 134) Fitzroy Street

History of 133 - 134 Fitzroy Street

1913 (133-134)

Frank Suttle, tailor and hosier

Frank Suttle had premises in Fitzroy Street and at 50 Regent Street. He was a master tailor and was awarded 1st prize in 1909 at the Tailors Exhibition in London for fit, cut and style.

Peak’s, 1 Fitzroy Street 1951

Peak’s, 1 Fitzroy Street 1952

Peak’s, 1 Fitzroy Street 1952

1962 (1 – 7)

Peake’s Furnishers Ltd

Fitzroy Street 1970 (MoC 9/92/70)



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