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Regent Street

Regent Street Gallery

Regent Street

While the music fills the shop and surrounding neighborhood, master violin maker, Gregor Szala is working in the atelier on a new instrument.

Regent Street

Though Vivaldi Violins sells all kinds of stringed instruments; it is often the site of impromptu concerts. Here a trio accompanies a visiting opera singer.

Regent Street

In P. Grace Jewelers, the shop clerk, Edwin, looks on as a lady tries on an especially beautiful necklace.

Regent Street

At the corner of Bond and Thomson Streets are the shop of P. Grace Jewelers and the musical instrument shop, Vivaldi Violins.

Regent Street

Above Davidoff’s and Mrs. Davis” shops, Mr. Lykins has heated up dinner for himself and his wife who is babysitting down the street. He does not know why she is late and is perplexed that everything will go cold.

Regent Street

What truly lovely clothes Mrs. Davis makes for babies and children! Her shop will soon be moving to much bigger quarters and a Newsagent/Stationer will be renting her space.

Regent Street

A customer makes a selection of imported cigars from Davidoff’s extensive stock.

Regent Street

At the far end of Regent Street is the double shop building which houses: Davidoff’s, a tobacconist and Luned Davis’ Fine Baby and Children’s Clothes.

Regent Street

Upstairs, Ben, the reporter and Sally, the typist, enjoy a story that Ben has about a runaway cat and the police.

Regent Street

In the print room of the News, the Editor comes out of his office to check progress as the typesetter works on a new page and the pressman runs the press.

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