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THE PAVEMENT, CLAPHAM

View north from The Pavement to Old Town Clapham, taken by Henry Deane. The building on the left was the Clapham Fire Brigade and in the small cottage opposite was a toy shop run by Alexander Thornton and his sister Hannah. The Cock Tavern is just visible on the right.Deane was the local chemist and a keen amateur photographer. His pictures are the earliest photographic record of Clapham and his shop at 17 The Pavement, still stands today. In 1843 he married Jemima Elliott, who ran a school at Weimar House. He was also a churchwarden. Copy print c.1930 from original photograph.Ref: IV 227

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Image type:Photograph
Artist:Deane
Ref:08023
Original ref:IV 227
Date:c.1860

1850 - 1875CLAPHAMEMERGENCY SERVICESFOOD AND DRINKPhotographROADS AND STREETSTRANSPORT

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