Old Photos of Witham

M1394: Middle of Newland Street looking west

Middle of Newland Street looking west. On left hand side of road, left to right, probably 33 Newland Street, 35 Newland Street (hardly visible), White Hart (mostly just the sign. On right hand side, left tor right, 58 Newland Street (just righ of telegraph pole, probably four windows), 56 Newland Street (two windows), 54 Newland Street, 52 Newland Street (these two are the Wilderness), 50 Newland Street (two windows), 48 Newland Street (two white gables), 46 Newland Street (one gable with crane), 44 Newland Street (four windows), 42 Newland Street, 40 Newland Street (these together with three windows), 38 Newland Street (‘W REED, FURNISHING IRONMONGER’). William Reed in directories 1874-1906, photographer Hall 1899-1912). H Hall, photographer, was in Witham in directories 1899-1912. No postmark or addressee. Message reads. ‘An ancient countryman in making out a bill put down the following. Anosforarfaday 5/6. Afortheos 2/6 Anagitinonimomagin 2/6. 10/0’.

RefM1394
Date taken1902 to 1906
SourceDrake, Martyn
Posted on Full size 3430 × 2297

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