Wide part of Newland Street, looking up. Left hand side of road, left to right, 72 Newland Street (Bradshaw, tailor and hatter), 70 Newland Street white top), 68 Newland Street (Frederick Pluck, boot repairing depot), 66 Newland Street (house), buildings in Coach House Way (white), 64 Newland Street (behind telegraph pole). Right hand side of road, left to right, 53 Newland Street, 55 Newland Street (red, right of lamp), 57 Newland Street (with porch), 59 Newland Street (two-storey), 61 Newland Street (without clock that was put there 1910), 63 Newland Street (shop). Frith’s number, 26225, is supposed to mean taken in 1890 but Bradshaw and Pluck were first in directories in 1899. Back is divided as introduced in 1902 (though photo could be earlier I suppose).
|Publisher||F Frith & Co, Brighton. Number 26225 ?|
|Source||Key, Margaret, via May, Peter|