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Old London London
Clapham
Lavender Hill
c.1898-1903
 
postcard
in house archive 20
 
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Old London London
Clapham
Lavender Hill
c.1911
 
postcard unused
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Old London London
Clapham
Lavender Hill
Old Battersea Town Hall
c.1900-03
 
postcard used 1903
in house archive 20
 
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Old London London
Clapham Junction
St Johns Hill
Arding & Hobbs
c.1908
 
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Old London London
Clapham Junction
Arding & Hobbs
c.1905
 
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Old London London
Clapham Junction
St Johns Road
Arding & Hobbs
1909
 
Destroyed by fire within an hour of this
photograph being taken - 20 December 1909
 
postcard unused
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Old London London
Trams at Clapham Junction
13 May 1950
 
postcard unused
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Old London London
showing Essoldo, Clapham Junction, Arding & Hobbs
St Johns Hill
1962
 
photograph- B.Brookshank, 6 April 1962
in house archive 20
 
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Arding & Hobbs

Arding & Hobbs built 1885 as the largest department store south of the Thames.
With the telephone No.'Battersea 4' and a telegram address of 'Greatness' the staff were expecting their normal bumper Christmas in 1909. The store was fully stocked and decorated, when at approx 4.20pm on 20 December a fire broke out in a window display.
The resulting blaze claimed 8 lives and destroyed the store and many other buildings.
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