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Newsagent Collection

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Herbert Fudge Newsagent 1922

Herbert Fudge Newsagent 1922
The marvelously named Herbert Fudge Newsagent, Stationer and Tobacconist of 313 Lee High Road, London, with, we can assume, Mr. Fudge standing at the door

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Soho, London - Beak Street W1

Soho, London - Beak Street W1, viewed from Great Pulteney Street. 1973

Background imageNewsagent Collection: The Newsagent

The Newsagent. People You See, from Teddy Bear magazine, 1965. Date: 1965

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Corner shop Stoke

Corner shop Stoke
A man wearing an overcoat walks past two children and a newsagents corner shop in a rundown area of Stoke on Trent Date: 1987

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Weymoor Post Office and Hall's Newsagents Shop

Weymoor Post Office and Hall's Newsagents Shop, Harborne, south-west Birmingham. Note the K3 telephone box/booth/kiosk (right) - the K3, introduced in 1929, again by Giles Gilbert Scott

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Willis & Son newsagents, Lime Street, East London

Willis & Son newsagents, Lime Street, East London
Willis & Son newsagents, booksellers and stationers, shop front, 28 Lime Street, East London Date: circa 1915

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Portrait of the Hon W F D Smith

Portrait of the Hon W F D Smith
Portrait of the HON. W. F. D. SMITH, (12 August 1868 ?? 16 June 1928), known as Frederick Smith. He was an English business man and politician

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Advert for The Bladud Library, Bath

Advert for The Bladud Library, Bath
Advert for The Bladud Library and Henry Wood, Bookseller, Stationer, Librarian and Newsagent, Bath Date: 1902

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Advertisement for Morning Star newspaper

Advertisement for Morning Star newspaper
Advertisement for the Morning Star newspaper, 29 November 1982 -- Lively Left, order from your newsagent. Date: 1982

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Newsagents window, North London

Newsagents window, North London
Newsagents window proclaims Time magazine still on sale after claims of gross contempt against it by Stephen Wards defence. (Profumo Affair). Date: 1963

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Fenchurch Street Railway Station - London

Fenchurch Street Railway Station - London
Fenchurch Street, Great Eastern Railway Station facing East, London Date: circa 1910s

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Paddington Station - London 1890

Paddington Station - London 1890
Platform scene at the Paddington Railway Station, London. Date: 1890

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Busts of the Period - W H Smith, Newsagent and MP

Busts of the Period - W H Smith, Newsagent and MP
Figaro Cartoon, Busts of the Period - W H Smith, Newsagent and MP for Westminster

Background imageNewsagent Collection: The Lady Who Sells Easter Eggs

The Lady Who Sells Easter Eggs. People You See, from Teddy Bear magazine, 1965. Date: 1965

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Cartoons, W H Smith as Secretary for War

Cartoons, W H Smith as Secretary for War - a Fancy German Portrait, and the Reality. William Henry Smith, newsagent, bookseller and Conservative MP

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Newsagents kiosk in Paris, France

Newsagents kiosk in Paris, France. Date: 1960s

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Newsagents - Corner Vauxhall Bridge Road and Gillingham St

Newsagents - Corner Vauxhall Bridge Road and Gillingham St
Oswald King - Tobacconist, Newsagent and General Stores at 47 Gillingham Street (on the corner of Vauxhall Bridge Road), Pimlico, London SW1V. Date: 1908

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Church Street, Middelburg, Transvaal, South Africa

Church Street, Middelburg, Transvaal, South Africa
Church Street, Middelburg, a farming town in Transvaal (now Mpumalanga), South Africa. Date: circa 1905

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Soho, London - 68 Old Compton Street W1

Soho, London - 68 Old Compton Street W1 - outside a newsagent, Moroni and Son. 1973

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Tobacconist, newsagent and stationer, 1905

Tobacconist, newsagent and stationer, 1905
A. Green, tobacconist, newsagent and stationer, 1905. Newspaper boards outside the shop proclaim headlines about peace in the Russo-Japanese war of 1904-05. The newsagent stands in the doorway

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Blitz in London -- Kings Cross Road, WW2

Blitz in London -- Kings Cross Road, WW2
Blitz in London -- blast damage to a shop in Kings Cross Road, 18 June 1943. Date: 1943

Background imageNewsagent Collection: People and shops in Old Highgate, North London

People and shops in Old Highgate, North London. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Soho, London - 48 Old Compton Street W1

Soho, London - 48 Old Compton Street W1 - Librairie Parisienne newsagents. 1973

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Soho, London - 88 Dean Street

Soho, London - 88 Dean Street, Rippon Newsagents. 1973

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Woman police officer with car and radio, Egham, Surrey

Woman police officer with car and radio, Egham, Surrey
Woman police officer (mobile officer) on duty in Egham, Surrey, standing by a police car and speaking on a handheld radio

Background imageNewsagent Collection: F Rush newsagent, Paradise Street, Marylebone, London

F Rush newsagent, Paradise Street, Marylebone, London
F Rush newsagent, tobacconist and confectioner, Paradise Street (now Moxon Street), off Marylebone High Street, London, with staff and customers posing outside. circa 1920

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Market Street, Hayfield, Derbyshire

Market Street, Hayfield, Derbyshire
Market Street, Hayfield, High Peak, near Bramhall, Derbyshire, England. Showing the premises of RA Lowe, Newsagent Date: 1900s

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Wymans book stall at Paddington Station, 1915

Wymans book stall at Paddington Station, 1915
An impressive bookstall at Paddington railway station in 1915 with a display of the recently printed Printers Pie, a charitable publication produced in aid of retired printers

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Cartoon on postcard, Kitchener news, WW1

Cartoon on postcard, Kitchener news, WW1
Cartoon on a postcard, showing a skinny woman in the early stages of the First World War, reading a news bulletin: Kitchener gets half a million men in a month

Background imageNewsagent Collection: London Newsagents 1970S

London Newsagents 1970S
A teenager reads the adverts in the window of a typical London newsagents corner shop. Date: mid 1970s

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Newsagents Notice Board

Newsagents Notice Board
An assortment of notices on a newsagents shop notice board, including Flats to Let and Light Removals. Date: 1970

Background imageNewsagent Collection: William Henry Smith PC

William Henry Smith PC - English bookseller and newsagent of the family firm W H Smith Elected a Member of Parliament in 1868

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Outfits for travelling north to the grouse moors

Outfits for travelling north to the grouse moors
Chic women at a railway station (probably Kings Cross) all set to travel north to the moors to indulge in a spot of grouse shooting. Date: 1926

Background imageNewsagent Collection: London Life - A Pavement News Vendor

London Life - A Pavement News Vendor, with a very wide variety of publications for sale. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageNewsagent Collection: W H Smith (Waddy)

W H Smith (Waddy)
William Henry Smith (1825 - 1891) statesman and newsagent

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Perplexed Newsagent / 1922

Perplexed Newsagent / 1922
A gentleman asks his horrified newsagent to decide each day which newspaper will be most suitable for him. (A result of rival offers by London newspapers). Date: 1922

Background imageNewsagent Collection: W H Smith / Vanity Fair

W H Smith / Vanity Fair
W H SMITH British statesman and newsagent Date: 1825 - 1891

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, London

Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, London Date: circa 1905

Background imageNewsagent Collection: F E Rush newsagent, Aybrook Street, Marylebone, London

F E Rush newsagent, Aybrook Street, Marylebone, London
Woman standing in the doorway of F E Rush newsagent, tobacconist and confectioner, 23 Aybrook Street, Marylebone, London. Date: circa 1930

Background imageNewsagent Collection: William Henry Smith at his desk

William Henry Smith at his desk
William Henry Smith (18251891), Statesman and newsagent reading at his desk, 1825 - 1891

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Collecting and branding horses, WW1

Collecting and branding horses, WW1
Wanted for the Army -- collecting and branding horses for troops at the stables of W H Smith, the famous newsagents, on the outbreak of the First World War. Date: 1914

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Battle Areas - from the womans point of view, Helen McKie

Battle Areas - from the womans point of view, Helen McKie
Impressions of Rheims by Miss Helen McKie. One in a series of sketches, drawn by Bystander artist Helen McKie during a visit to war torn France following the end of the First World War. 1

Background imageNewsagent Collection: W H Smith delivery van and driver, West Midlands

W H Smith delivery van and driver, West Midlands
W H Smith & Son, Newsagents and Stationers, delivery van and driver, covering Walsall, Wolverhampton and Birmingham (West Midlands), Head Office in Strand, London. Date: circa 1910

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Head Office of W. H. Smith

Head Office of W. H. Smith
Early morning scene outside the head office of W. H. Smith at 186, Strand, London showing carts and vans being loaded up with newspapers for London and the provinces

Background imageNewsagent Collection: W H Smith book stall at Cannon Street Station, 1915

W H Smith book stall at Cannon Street Station, 1915
The book stall of W. H. Smith at Cannon Street station, London showing in particular, the display of Printers Pie magazine, a twice-yearly charitable publication produced by Hugh Spottiswoode

Background imageNewsagent Collection: W H Smith Photo

W H Smith Photo
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH newsagent and statesman Date: 1825 - 1891

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Four girls promoting the News of the World

Four girls promoting the News of the World
Four promo girls for the News of the World - circa 1905. Pictured outsides J Berrys Newsagents (also a postcard publisher) in Crediton, Devon

Background imageNewsagent Collection: Newspaper delivery boys and girls, Walton, Essex

Newspaper delivery boys and girls, Walton, Essex
The girls and boys who delivered newspapers for Mark James & Son, newsagents of Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex. They were given a treat on 2 September 1953 when they were all taken to Wembley to see Tex



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