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Roebuck Hotel, Cornmarket Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire. A view of the facade of the hotel, originally named after the arms of Jesus College, and rebuilt as a luxury hotel in 1850. It was eventually demolished in 1924 by Woolworths to make way for a store.

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OCL:2373
Taunt
Roebuck Hotel, Cornmarket Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire. A view of the facade of the hotel, originally named after the arms of Jesus College, and rebuilt as a luxury hotel in 1850. It was eventually demolished in 1924 by Woolworths to make way for a store.

Roebuck Hotel, Cornmarket Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire. A view of the facade of the hotel, originally named after the arms of Jesus College, and rebuilt as a luxury hotel in 1850. It was eventually demolished in 1924 by Woolworths to make way for a store.

Roebuck Hotel
1909
1900 to 1909
Cornmarket Street

Oxford - Oxfordshire - England

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Henry W. Taunt
1909
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