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Reference Name LCL153

Number 1 slum clearance area; Ashley's Yard, an enclosed court of small brick cottages with arched entrance from the road; communal yard; washing on line; mangle; bicycle; toy sit-on horse; a few plants and a horseshoe hanging outside one; yorkshire slider windows; pantile roof

Quantity: 2

Period: 1930s

Person:

Chief Public Health Inspector's Office

Location: Lincoln

Location: St. Paul's Lane

Location: housing

Location: slums

Location: toys

Location: laundry

Location: bicycles

Last updated: 04-November-2015 13:32:04

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