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Upper Town Street, number 264 to 266, Walter Lister, Family Butcher

Upper Town Street, number 264 to 266, Walter Lister, Family Butcher
c early 1920s. Image shows family members and staff posing for a photograph outside numbers 264 to 266 Upper Town Street, the business of Walter Lister, Family Butcher. From left to right the people are identified as Elsie Lister (the daughter of Walter Lister), Mary Lister (Walter's first wife, known as Polly), Walter Lister and Joyce Harvey, (Walter's Granddaughter). On the right are two employees wearing striped butcher's aprons and flat caps. One of these, Robert Harvey, is the father of the little girl. The shop windows display various cuts of meat and carcasses hang from hooks. Walter Lister's butcher's shop was located at the corner of Upper Town Street with Bell Lane and he was in business here for 52 years.

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