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Frank Evans, 1 Fitzroy Street

2, 4, 6, 8 (1 ) Fitzroy Street

History of 2 - 8 Fitzroy Street

1906:

Fitzroy Street 1906: on right Frank Evans, on left Edward Bunnett (©MoC)

Fitzroy Street 1906 (MoC 378/54)

Fitzroy Street c.1906

Fitzroy Street (MoC 378a/54)

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1913: (1)

Bert Sharpe, furniture dealer

Mrs J Davis, greengrocer

Frank Evans, tailor, hatter, hosier and glover

Freeman Hardy and Willis, boot manufacturers, W J Davis manager

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From Westrope’s 1914 Year Book

From Westrope’s 1914 Year Book

From Westrope’s 1914 Year Book

1937:

(2) Herbert Baker, tobacconist

(4) Fraser R Fawkes, refreshment rooms

(6) Franks Evans, tailor

(8) Freeman Hardy and Willis, boot and shoe makers

1970:

(2) Rossendale newsagents

(4) Hong King Garden Chinese restaurant

(6) Freeman Hardy and Willis, boot mkrs

(8) Fine Fare, grocers

(10) F W Woolworth & Co

2 – 10 Fitzroy Street, July 1970 (MoC 149/70)

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