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  • Lavender Street no. 267, 1985 : exterior [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1985 photograph depicts a barber shop, located at no. 267 Lavender Street. Lavender Street was named in 1858. At that time, the smell of the area was unbearable due to the urine and nightsoil used to fertilise the Chinese vegetable gardens. Hence, residents referred to the area as Lavender...
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  • Lavender Street no. 267, 1985 : exterior [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1985 photograph depicts a barber shop, located at no. 267 Lavender Street. Lavender Street was named in 1858. At that time, the smell of the area was unbearable due to the urine and nightsoil used to fertilise the Chinese vegetable gardens. Hence, residents referred to the area as Lavender...
    Reproduction Available
  • Lavender Street no. 267, 1985 : interior [2]

    Arts · Economy · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1985 photograph depicts a barber shop, located at no. 267 Lavender Street. Lavender Street was named in 1858. At that time, the smell of the area was unbearable due to the urine and nightsoil used to fertilise the Chinese vegetable gardens. Hence, residents referred to the area as Lavender...
    Reproduction Available
  • Lavender Street no. 267, 1985 : interior [1]

    Economy · Arts · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1985 photograph depicts a barber shop, located at no. 267 Lavender Street. Lavender Street was named in 1858. At that time, the smell of the area was unbearable due to the urine and nightsoil used to fertilise the Chinese vegetable gardens. Hence, residents referred to the area as Lavender...
    Reproduction Available
  • Lavender Street no. 267, 1985 : interior [3]

    Arts · Economy · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1985 photograph depicts a barber shop, located at no. 267 Lavender Street. Lavender Street was named in 1858. At that time, the smell of the area was unbearable due to the urine and nightsoil used to fertilise the Chinese vegetable gardens. Hence, residents referred to the area as Lavender...
    Reproduction Available
  • Upper Serangoon Road barber shop : interior

    Arts · Economy · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1983 photograph shows the interior of a barber shop, located at Upper Serangoon Road. There are four rotating chairs arranged in front of a large wall mirror. Two fans hang from the ceiling of the barber shop. Title devised by library staff.
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