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.
Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Museums
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