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29 Magdalene Street

History of 29 Magdalene Street

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: of two storeys with attics, has walls of plastered timber-framing and of Brock… built in the 16th cent. and remodelled lat in the 18th…heavy oak purlins remain in the S roof-space ad many original rafters survive.


John Johnson, 58, oil and colorman, b Cambridge


Skinner and Waldock, corn and flour merchants


H G Hurst, corn merchant


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