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22 Clare Street

History of 22 Clare Street


James Henry Kidd, photographer

15/8/1941 James Henry Kidd of Kidd & Baker dies aged 72; first worked for Faulkner- White in St Andrew’s Street, then Scott & Wilkinson. Opened his own business in St Mary’s [Passage] studios 36 years ago and was joined by Miss Baker who had worked with him at Scott & Wilkinson. Business thrived, good mixed trade with University and town. War produced difficulties in obtaining materials and the studio was forced to close (Cam.News)

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