Hill's Chemist and Northern Bank c1925

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  • Hill's Chemist [first left].
    Established between 1870 and 1885. The building operated as a chemist shop until the late 1980's. The shop front, fittings and furnishings have been preserved at the Ulster American Folk Park. See related images below.
  • Abercorn Arms Hotel and Post Office [distant left].
    1911: Architectural alterations
  • Northern Bank, [first right]
    1922-23: Northern Bank opens new premises.
    Architect: Henry Seaver
    Henry Laverty & Son, Belfast.
  • 1931: Humphrey Memorial is removed from Abercorn Square.
    Quote: Mr Curlyhill
    I have just noticed that the bank in this photo on the RHS is actually the Northern Bank. The First Building on the LHS is Hill's Chemists, whose front and contents are now in the Folk Park.

    Related Documents:
    1901Census House and Building Return (James Hill 2, Castle Street)
    1911Census House and Building Return (James Hill, 14 Castle Street)
    1913McDonalds Directory

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