Nicklin, Phyllis (1960) Princip Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham. [Image] (Unpublished)
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Photograph of 'improved' back-to-back housing (i.e. with the front of the court removed for better ventilation), known locally as ""Nettlefold Courts"" after the chair of the Housing Committee, in Princip Street, off Loveday Street, adjoining the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in early 1960.
|Type of Work:||Image|
|School/Faculty:||Faculties (to 1997) > Faculty of Education|
|Department:||Department of Extramural Studies|
Scanned by the Chrysalis project in 2004, from original 35mm slides held at the University of Birmingham.
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|Series/Collection Name:||Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography|
|Keywords:||Birmingham, Gun Quarter, back-to-back houses, laundry, washing, clothes, Nettlefold, Twentieth century Birmingham|
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > HC Economic History and Conditions|
H Social Sciences > HN Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform
D History General and Old World > DA Great Britain
|Funders:||Museums, Libraries and Archives (MLA) West Midlands|
|Copyright Status:||Copyright and database rights in this material belong to MLA West Midlands and the University of Birmingham. The photographic image is available to download and redistribute for non-commercial purposes.|
|Copyright Holders:||University of Birmingham|
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