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dunsbyowl1867

A list - please post your memories, adverts etc

Robert Brady, Regent House, Ecclesall Road.

Bray Brothers

John Collier

Barney Goodman Pinstone Street & St Paul's Parade.

Dunn & Co.

Fosters

Roberts Brothers

Stewart & Stewart

Weaver to Wearer

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dunsbyowl1867

Barney Goodman - Pinstone Street

Stewart & Stewart, Pinstone Street. 1951 Advert

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RichardB

Stewart & Stewart, Pinstone Street.

Pre Town Hall - Pinstone Street prior to the construction of the Town Hall. St. Paul's Church, right. Construction of Stewart and Stewart, Tailors and Sheffield Cafe Co., left

1890's - Pinstone Street looking towards St. Paul's Church during the construction of Stewart and Stewart, Tailors and Wentworth Cafe, 1892-1894, No 84 and 86, Athol Hotel, left

1900's - Pinstone Street, looking towards St. Paul's Church and Town Hall, premises on left include Nos 60 and 62, Stewart and Stewart, Tailors and Sheffield Cafe Co., Wentworth Cafe, premises on right include No 107a, Wesleyan and General Assurance Society

1910's - Pinstone Street looking towards Town Hall, premises on left include No 78 and 80, Leonard Beswick, Printer (extreme left) and Nos 60 and 62, Stewart and Stewart, Tailors andamp; Sheffield Cafe Co., Wentworth Cafe (turreted building)

1930's - Elevated view of Pinstone Street looking towards The Moor, Prudential Buildings, left, premises on right include Nos 48-62, Stewart and Stewart Ltd., Tailors

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RichardB

Stewart & Stewart, Pinstone Street.

William Mabe, Merchant Tailor (Stewart & Stewart) 1905, 1911, 1919 and 1925

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dunsbyowl1867

Wearer to Weaver Ltd, Haymarket - any photos and story behind catchy shop name?

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RichardB

Wearer to Weaver Ltd, Haymarket - any photos and story behind catchy shop name?

Wearer to Weaver Ltd, erm, wrong way round !

Weaver to Wearer ...

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dunsbyowl1867

Wearer to Weaver Ltd, erm, wrong way round !

Weaver to Wearer ...

Just testing....

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dunsbyowl1867

Lew Harbour, Tailor 1951 Advert

( When I was at school in the 1970's/1980's there used to be a tailor at Sheffied Lane Top who used to sit in his window sewing this this!)

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SteveHB

Dunn & Co, hatters, - 75 High St .. picturesheffield

Also 78 High St .. picturesheffield

Dunn & Co at a later date also had a shop on the Moor,

though they were originally classed as hatters Dunn's did sell gents clothing,

I remember my dad bought very a nice but expensive tweed jacket from them.

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RichardB

Lew Harbour, Tailor 1951 Advert

( When I was at school in the 1970's/1980's there used to be a tailor at Sheffied Lane Top who used to sit in his window sewing this this!)

Benjamin Harbour & Son, Tailors, 92 & 94 Queen Street (1905)

Have to look out for him in 1911 Census ...

Harbour & Co., Tailors, 6 & 8 Paradise Street (1919)

Lewis Harbour, Harbour & Co., Tailor; home 12 Brookfield Road (1925)

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SteveHB

W. Foster & Son Ltd, tailors, hatters & outfitters,

10 to 16 High Street.

16, 18 & 20 Waingate.

126 & 128 West Bar.

And 3 Imperial buildings. High street, Rotherham.

Kelly's directory 1925

Picture Sheffield Images

High Street 1900

High Street 1890

High Street 1890

Waingate 1940's air raid damage

126 & 128 West bar (1905)

If that writing on the wall above the display windows applies to Fosters,

they could well have been around in the late 1700's ?

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