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Salvation Army building.

G G Jean

Brummy Wench.
My friend is trying to find out some info on Theodore street, Aston. There's a picture on the Internet of the Sally Army building, shed like to know what number it was please.? Also she thinks it was nearer Newtown Row end of the street. Carol used to live in Theodore St back in the 60s and any! information would be great!! Thank you and hope this makes sense?. Jean.

















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horsencart

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As is all ways the case it had no number but was between 31 & 32 Midland Micanite Mfrs, Ltd and 5a Fabriform Metal Co

My friend is trying to find out some info on Theodore street, Aston. There's a picture on the Internet of the Sally Army building, shed like to know what number it was please.? Also she thinks it was nearer Newtown Row end of the street. Carol used to live in Theodore St back in the 60s and any! information would be great!! Thank you and hope this makes sense?. Jean.













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Vivienne14

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Hh Jean. Your friend may be interested in this info from SAWiki if she hasn't already seen it. Smashing 1913 photo of the interior, staff and pupils. Wonder if the contraptions hanging from the ceiling are gas lights? Viv.

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