Pub History in the UK

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London Street Directory in 1921.

London Street Listings Index in 1921.

Hackney Road E2, from Shoreditch church to Cambridge Heath - North Side #211 to #531
(*Nos 1 to 319 are in Shoreditch; the remainder in Bethnal Green)

North Side

... here is Brunswick Street ...
211 Lomas William, chairmaker
217 Beall & Son, window cleaners
223 & 218 White Henry, machinery broker
227 Sadovsky Simon, fancy cabinet maker
... here is Scawfell Street ...
233 Simpson Thornton Gerald, physician & surgeon
235 Fuller Charles, timber merchant
237 Saunders & sons, tin box makers
239 Scofield & Burville, bamboo furniture makers
243 Cock Rehinald, physician & surgeon
... here is Great Cambridge Street ...
245 Proops Elias, cabinet maker
249 Khory Kharshed Nowroji, physician & surgeon
251 Gilver T & Son, cabinet makers
253 & 255 Jarvis J & Sons Ltd, builders
257 Katx Bros, sack & bag makers
259 & 261 Dixon Thomas William & Co, printers
... here is York Street ...
263,265 & 267 Thomerson Charles Ltd, zinc workers
269 Salvation Army Hall
271 Timmins James & Son, plumbers
273 Bryant Thomas, chair maker
275 Dicker William J, beer retailer
277 Morris Henry, cork manufacturer
279 Simmons Robert, boot repairer
281 Ling Frederick George, chemist
283 & 285 Barclays Bank Ltd, W A Williams, manager
287 Martin William, newsagent
289 Lawrence Thos Robt, cheesemonger
... here is Tuilerie Street ...
291 Barber Max, milliner
293 Witt James, tobacconist
... here is Essex Place ...
295 Pruim David, hairdresser
297 Alexander Alec, cinematograph theatre
299 Eldred Daniel, pawnbroker
301 Clark Walter & Co, grocers
303 Williams William, coffee rooms
305 & 332 Wasem Valentine, baker
307 Rosenbaum Harris, ladies tailor
309 Barnard Alfrd Philip & Son, chemists
... here is Boston Street ...
315 Wests Brewery Co Lim
317 Goldchick Jack, boot repairer
319 Green Henry, ham & beef dealer
... here is Goldsmiths Row ...
Queens Hospital for Children, T Glenton Kerr, sec
Queens Hospital Aid Societu
337 Labworth L & Co, cardboard box makers
339 Queens Hospital for Children (school treatment centre)
341 Gamlen, Bowerman & Forward, solicitors
345 Halley Henry Walter, house agent
351 Cohen Mrs Rachael, costume maker
355 & 357 Berge E Ltd, show case makers
... here is Kay Street ...
359 Dean Thos aug, wood carver
365 London Metropolitan Branch of the National Union of Boot & Shoe Operatives, William Bray, sec
367 Maguire Joseph, physician & surgeon
371 Finch John
... here is Garner Street ...
385 Britten & Bannister Ltd, boot manufacturers
... here is Sebright Passage ...
387 Davies John & Sons, dairy
389 Copcutt Thomas William, dyer
391 Tuck Wm james, photographer
393 Stokely James, coach builder
395 Cane George, greengrocer
397 Muth David, cabinet maker
399 Wall Charles, coffee rooms
401 Collier Mrs Harriet, tobacconist
403 Levy Mark, fried fish shop
405 Fineberg Samuel, boot repairer
407 Smith D & Son, cardboadr box maker
411 & 342 Battell William, oilman
413 Smith Ernest, stationer
415 Grew James, furniture dealer
417 Morse Walter & Charles, bakers
... here is Dinmont Street ...
419 Sully Albert Jas, music seller
421 Stevens Henry, carman
423 Rose Horace, leather waste merchant
425 Joseph Mrs Alice, wardrobe dealer
427 Hensler W A & Son, jewellers
429A Binz Madame Kate, milliner
431 Weber Paul, hairdresser
433 Grant & Cass, cabinet makers
435 Brittain Wm Geo, corn merchant
437 Manzi Mrs Maria Luigia, greengrocer
... here is Pritchards Road ...
439 Pritchards Arms, Mrs Ellen Phipps
441 Bentley Percy, dining rooms
443 Israelson Simon, confectioner
445 Osborne William Mark & Son, bedding manufacturers
447 Fuller Robert & Co, invalids chair makers
449,451 & 453 Zimmerman Isaac, wholesale boot manufacturer
461,463 & 465 Myer & Co, army & navy clothiers
467 North Frederick, builder
... here is Marian Street ...
467 Isaacs Alfred, tobacconist
469 Cedar Morris, boot & shoe dealer
... here is the Oval ...
473 & 90 Mildmay Grove Laundry
475 Welford & Co Dairy Farmers Ltd
477 Ministry of Health (district office)
479 Clarke James, confectioner
483 Queen Adelaide, Chas Richard Pye
485 Miller John Samuel, toy maker
487 Coopersmith Joseph boot manufacturer
489 Home & Colonial Stores Ltd
491 Keller Davis, fancy box maker
493 & 495 Mara William Henry, coach ironmonger
497 Wilson Thos, furniture dealer
499 to 505 Timber Trades Services Ltd, sawmills
505 Bethnal Green (borough of) Maternity & Infant Welfare Centre
507 Hollingworth Fredk Joseph, beer retailer
509 Slope Alfred, dining rooms
511 Fitt Harry, who confectioner
513 Jailler Frank, boot repairer
515 Harper Mrs Emily, wardrobe dealer
517 Mellenfield James Henry (FSI) * Son, surveyors
519 Merrett Henry Eward, undertaker
... here the Railway crosses ...
521 to 529 Gaymer William & Son Ltd, cycle makers
531 Colson Percy, tobacconist

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