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Bond and High Streets

Bond and High Street Gallery

Bond and High Streets

Mme. La Belle presides over her small, elegant tea shop. Heavenly cakes and pastries delight the ladies (and sometimes gentleman) who come here every afternoon for tea and gossip.

Bond and High Streets

In Lady Audrey’s a client is happily trying on the latest creations.

Bond and High Streets

Poor Bobbie Smyth now has to deal with the newfangled automobiles and their inept drivers. These two drivers will not yield and Bobbie Smyth is at quite an impasse. Behind, this fracas is Lady Audrey’s beautiful hat shop and the upstairs rendezvous place for all of fashionable Smallsea, La Belle’s Salon de Thé. On the other side of the street, construction of the much anticipated department store, Howard’s Bon Marche, is well underway.

Bond and High Streets

Upstairs, Mrs. Mix, advises a lady on some silver she is thinking of purchasing.

Bond and High Streets

A smart young lady is trying to select a wedding gift from the lovely selection in the Porcelain and Silver Shop.

Bond and High Streets

At the corner of Bond and High Streets, a chauffer has just discharged his lord and lady for a walk. They are passing in front of the Porcelain and Silver Shop.

Bond and High Streets

“Please, madam, a few pence for some flowers?”

Bond and High Streets

Dr. Skome is Smallsea’s most famous physician. Here he administers to a man who has come to him with heart problems. In the waiting room, the aged mother of the patient waits to hear the diagnosis.

Bond and High Streets

Inside the wonderful chemist shop, Mr. Henry, is prescribing a powder for the lady’s recurring headache. His son is in the laboratory, working to fill other prescriptions.

Bond and High Streets

Lady Gwendolyn’s carriage passes just in front of High Street Chemists and the office of Dr. Joseph Skome.

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