At first sight this photograph of the Brighton carnival, in June 1923, seems to have nothing to do with North Street, but look a little closer. The event took place on the Pavilion lawns at the end of Princes Place, and behind the awning can be seen the shops on the south side of North Street, one of them being that of Glasyer & Kemp, Chemists, who then occupied Nos. 11 & 12.

Image Reference: JG_21_144.tif
Date: 1923
Image Details: Post card
Size of Original: 141x88
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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