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Kelly's directory of the Borough of Acton, 1934

Kelly's directory of Acton 1934
Books/Monographs/Book on Compact Disc
Middlesborough, England : JiGraH Resources, c2004
1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in.


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Title on CD: Kelly's directory of Acton 1934.

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This CD includes Acton topography; public officers & offices; parochial information; churches, chapel, institutions &c; street directory; private residents (alphabetical list of); tradesmen and others (alphabetical list of); professional and trades directory. The original map is missing from this CD. To compensate for this, four pages (which cover the approximate area) have been included from the Authentic Map Directory of London & Suburbs ca. 1924.



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