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King's Parade 1904 including no.20 A W Smith

20 King’s Parade

History of 20 King's Parade


Arthur W Smith, 36, hosier and hatter, b Cambridge

Lucy A, 37, b Cambridge

Helen Pratt, 20, servant, b Herts


A W Smith, hosier and athletic outfitter

J T Masters


A. Colin Lunn, high class tobacconists

The business moved here about 1961. Lunn had originally been at 15 King’s Parade.  The business had been started in 1899 by Jack Littlechild, Colin Lunn’s step-father, and had shops in Bridge Street and Trinity Street. When Jack died in 1950, Colin took the business over. (CWN 2.4.1981)


Benets, cafe


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