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26 Magdalene Street

History of 26 Magdalene Street

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: House, now 26,27,28,28a… of two storeys with attic, has walls of timber-framing …built in the 16th cent, but largely remodelled and entirely reroofed in the late 18th cent.




Arthur Eyres, draper

26 Magdalene Street, 1937. (photo J Baldwin)


James C T Hunt, confectioner


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