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33 Madras Road, Minerva House

History of 33 Madras Road

No. 33: March 1896 application by D. Crown on behalf of Mary Elizabeth Brown, 62 Devonshire Road, to erect one house. Rented out, and in the 1907 Spalding’s street directory referred to as “Minerva House”.

33 Madras Road, building plans


Frederick Baish, tailor


Mrs E Baish


Mrs Mansfield


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