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Market Place, about 1890
(Southwold Museum P1037)
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Another view of the Market Place in about 1890.
On the extreme left is No 15, Walter J Hanner, the chemist, now The Amber Shop. Next to it is the building now wholly occupied by Denny & Son but then divided into two. The left half (No 13) is Canova the jeweller. The right half is Denny. Beyond that, on the other side of Child's Yard, at No 5, is Edward Moore Dale. the hairdresser. The Three storey building on the right is Critten, the chemist at No 100 High Street.
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Reproduced from the late Barrett Jenkins' book, 'A Visit to Southwold' by kind permission of his daughter, Ann Thornton.

Looking across the arket Place from the Town Pump towards the Thomas Denny store (centre) and Town Hall on the right. C1890-1900.
Southwold Museum P049
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Market Place featured on a postcard of the early 1900s. (Southwold Museum P118)
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View from the Market Place in the 1970s

Photo courtesy of Ian Goffin

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