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Grimbly Hughes and Company, Cornmarket Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The burned out remains of a shop destroyed by a second fire in 1863. In the street people are watching firemen attending the blaze, their hand-operated fire engine blocking the road.

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Grimbly Hughes and Company, Cornmarket Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The burned out remains of a shop destroyed by a second fire in 1863. In the street people are watching firemen attending the blaze, their hand-operated fire engine blocking the road.
HWT:9973 ; NMR:CC62/00070 ; OPA:1989/88/8 ; cc62_00070

Grimbly Hughes and Company, Cornmarket Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The burned out remains of a shop destroyed by a second fire in 1863. In the street people are watching firemen attending the blaze, their hand-operated fire engine blocking the road.

Grimbly Hughes and Co.
9.1863
1860 to 1869
Cornmarket Street

Oxford - Oxfordshire - England

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Copied from: Taunt manuscript folio no. 31

Henry W. Taunt
9.1863
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