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Barber's Shop

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Barber's Shop

W Rountree's Barber's Shop at 56 Queen Street in Govan, September, 1924. The owner William Rountree, his son Alec (the extravagantly-coiffured fellow on the left) and two customers in flat caps (or "bunnets") are standing in the doorway. There is a poster for the Lyceum Cinema in the window, advertising the film You Can't Fool your Wife.

Queen Street was renamed Neptune Street in 1930.

Reference: 665.86.165

Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Museums

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