South east corner showing Ealand's store scheduled for demolition, New Bond Street, Bath c.1936

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Later to be known as the Plummer Roddis building, campaigners including Sir John Betjeman found to save the building in the 1960s, now rebuilt and recently occupied by Habitat.

SKU: 12175

CABINET ID: 197538

COLLECTION REFERENCE: L48 / 277

COPYRIGHT HOLDER: Bath Central Library

COLLECTION LOCATION: Bath Central Library

ORIGINAL WIDTH (mm): 132

ORIGINAL HEIGHT (mm): 111