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49 High Street, Linton c.1903 (Cambridgeshire Collection)

49 High Street, Linton

History of 49 High Street

Michael Rouse, Cambridge in Early Postcards (1978), writes:

Mr E W Morley of Linton, who was born in 1889 and managed the Post office in the village for forty-one years, was at a remarkably early age an entrepreneur in picture postcard photography and publishing.

This shop was owned by E W Morley himself.


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