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Kelly's directory of Barnet, Hadley, Mill Hill, Potters Bar, Totteridge, Whetstone &c, 1925

Books/Monographs/Book on Compact Disc
Middlesborough, England : JiGraH Resources, c2005
1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in.


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The area covered by the directory includes Arkley, Barnet Vale, East Barnet, Friern Barnet, Little Heath, Mill Hill, Monken Hadley, New Barnet, Oakleigh Park, Potters Bar, South Mimms, Southgate & New Southgate, Totteridge and Whetstone. The directory comprises: Barnet topography; Public officers & offices; Churches, chapels, institutions &c; Street directory; Private residents (alphabetical list of); Commercial directory; Villages directory; Professional & trades directory; The original district map.



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