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Wainwright Terrace, number 11, Mrs. Mary Garside's confectioner's and grocer's shop

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Brian Laycock
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LEO 5185
Wainwright Terrace, number 11, Mrs. Mary Garside
c. late 1920s. Image shows an old confectioner's and grocer's shop located at number 11 Wainwright Terrace. Mrs. Mary Garside was the proprietor and had been from around 1927 until at least the 1940s. She is likely to be the lady posing in the doorway wearing a long white pinafore. A man in a cloth cap is standing behind her. Prior to 1927 the shopkeeper was Squire Garside Junior. The photograph was taken before 1930 as to the left of the shop window there are advertisements for the Pavilion Cinema in Low Road which changed its name to the Regent in 1930. Tom Mix, a well known actor of that era, is featured in the adverts. Other adverts include Cherry Blossom Boot Polish, Van Houtens Cocoa, Lyons Tea and Frys Chocolate.

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