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A listing of historical public houses, in London, in 1944 Post Office Directory. This excludes the 1944 Beer Retailers at present.
1944 Pub index
SW7,Anglesea, Fras J Brookerman & Winifred S Smith, 15 Selwood Terrace SW7
SW7,Denmark, Fredk Smith, 102 & 104 Old Brompton Road SW7
SW7,Gloucester, Wm J & Mrs Maud H Coxhead, 34 Gloucester Road SW7
SW7,Harrington Hotel, Ernest Block & Jas R Taylor, 25 Gloucester Road SW7
SW7,Hereford Arms, Mrs B A Woolner, 127 Gloucester Road SW7
SW7,Hoop & Toy, Mrs N E Penney, 34 Thurloe Place SW7
SW7,King George V, Wm Hy Thompson, 44 Montpelier Street SW7
SW7,Queens Arms, Stuart H Newton & A R C Martin, 30 Queens Gate Mews SW7
SW7,Royal Oak, Wm T Barber, 20 Raphael Street SW7
SW7,Stanhope Arms, Miss Ethel Chichester, 97 Gloucester Road SW7
SW7,Talbot, Victor Algernon Scrase, 19 Montpelier Street SW7
SW7,Zetland Arms, Vernon Geo Auld, 2 Bute Street SW7