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67 Sidney Street

History of 67 Sidney Street

1840s:

George Brune, carver and guilder

In 1845 Romilly describes in his diary an exhibition at the Townhall of a painting of the children of Israel passing through the Red Sea. It was exhibited by Brune and was painted by Frans Francken II (1581-1642).

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1962: (65-67)

Boots Cash Chemists

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