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STREATHAM HIGH ROAD, STREATHAM COMMON

Streatham High Road, Streatham, with advertising bill boards pasted on the side of a shop. Adverts include Bovril, Lemco and Camp Coffee. The Beehive Coffee House on the right was built in 1878-9 by the Temperance movement next to the Pied Bull pub to provide an alternative non-alcoholic attraction for workers. The building survives today as a solicitor's office and a day nursery, but the shops opposite have been replaced with a Sainsbury's supermarket. From the Bovril Album recording bill posting sites, c.1905.Ref: FO 1532 p.49

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Collection:Bovril
Image type:Photograph
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Ref:08290
Original ref:FO1532 p.49
Date:c.1905

1901 - 1925BovrilCOMMERCE AND INDUSTRYGROUPS AND SOCIETIESORGANISATIONSPhotographSHOPS AND SHOPPINGSTREATHAM COMMONTRADETRANSPORT

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