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Commercial Street, barber

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Commercial Street, barber
Undated. View shows the premises of Arthur Sunderland, barber, also known locally as a cricket enthusiast. The building, of which the shop was a part, was situated on the south side of Commercial Street, opposite Meynell Avenue. It was once an Elizabethan gentleman's residence, owned in the 18th century by Sir William Lowther of Swillington, and rebuilt in the 19th century by Mr Holmes of Methley.

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