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James Street: A good example of a new shopfront and canopy well related to the original Victorian building. The house name is well in evidence whilst not being out of scale. 1988. Image source An air of elegance? in Context 18, published by the Association of Conservation Officers (now The Institute of Historic Building Conservation) in Spring 1988. It was written by Brian Godward, Harrogate BC. http://ihbconline.co.uk/cont_arch/?p=432
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