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22 Magdalene Street

History of 22 Magdalene Street

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: nos. 21 & 22, of two storeys with attics, has plastered timber-framed walls and tiled roofs. The range to the street was built in the 16th cent and a small cottage some yards to the west in the first half of the 17th cent; the two were then linked by an 18th cent. block, and a kitchen was added on the W in the following century. the cottage, the kitchen and other minor 18th and 19th cent. additions were demolished in 1956.

1913

Frank Laurie, grocer and provision merchant

1962

Coulson & Co, printers

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