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Post Office Trade Directory in 1915, from 167 to 207  Brick Lane

West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

... here is Bethnal Green Road ...

167 Gold Nathan & Co, trimming sellers
169 Moore Stephen, cutler
171 Pesky Sem, grocer
173 Finkelstein Lewis, butcher
175 Wineberg Barnard, printer
177 Levine Morris, electrical fitter
179 Ginsberg Solomon, cabinet maker
181 Barnett Ephraim, greengrocer
183 Kahn & Botsman, provision dealers

... here is Peter Street ...

185 Bonvinsky Jacob, baker
187 Blum Harris, boot repairer
189 Shefras Solomon, tobacconist
191 Freedman Jacob, cabinet maker
193 Sadofsky Bros, cabinet makers
195 Goldberg Isaac, dress maker
197 Herschthal Jacob, dining rooms
199 Simons Woolf, oil importer
201 Cohen Israel, cabinet maker
203 Steinberg Abraham, veneer maker
205 Weinstein Solomon, tailor
207 Maerovitch Jacob, grocer

... here is Boreham Street ...
 

Post Office Trade Directory in 1899, from 167 to 209  Brick Lane

West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

... here is Bethnal Green Road ...

167 Smart Joseph, coffee rooms
169 Banks John, boot maker
171 Edwards Mrs Annie, chandlers shop
173 Durrant Frederick, butcher
175 Davies Evan, dairyman
179 Cuttriss James, boot maker
181 Halliwell Mrs Eliza, wardrobe dealer
183 Williams Evan, dairyman

... here is Peter Street ...

185 Umbach Henry, baker
189 Ribnell Jas, second hand bookseller
193 Piller Walter, cabinet maker
195 Dent Thomas, chair maker
201 Coventry Geo Richard, upholsterer
209 Hockley Wm, chandlers shop

... here is Boreham Street ...
 

Post Office Trade Directory in 1895, from 167 to 209  Brick Lane

West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards

... here is Bethnal Green Road ...

167 Smart Mrs Maria, coffee rooms
169 Benns Alfred, butcher
171 Matthews Alfred, chandlers shop
175 Edwards David, dairyman
179 Cuttres James, boot maker
181 Hooper Miss Emma, wardrobe dealer
183 Frost Henry, dairyman

... here is Peter Street ...

185 Umbach Henry, baker
189 Ribnell Jas, second hand bookseller
193 Piller Walter, cabinet maker
195 Dent Thomas, chair maker
209 Hockley Wm, chandlers shop

... here is Boreham Street ...
 

Post Office Trade Directory in 1882, from 167 to 207  Brick Lane

West Side of Brick Lane, going southwards


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