The front elevation of Blackmore's bolting cloth factory and adjacent houses at the corner of Frogmore and Hill's Yard

Date:
1880 - 1910
Location:
Blackmore's Bolting Cloth Factory, Frogmore, Wandsworth, Greater London Authority, SW18
Reference:
OFH01/01/02/022
Type:
Photograph (Negative)
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Description

Bolting cloth is a firm, woven fabric using made of fine silk or nylon mesh which chiefly used for screen printing and embroidery. These buildings have since been demolished. The west side of the junction of Frogmore and Armoury Way, together with part of Fullers House flats now occupy the site.

Content

This is part of the Sub Series: OFH01/01/02 Negatives collected by William Field; within the Series: OFH01/01 Negatives originating from William Field; within the Collection: OFH01 Douglas Harrod, E P Olney and William Field Collection

Rights

Source: Historic England Archive

People & Organisations

Collector: Field, William O

Keywords

Georgian Textile Mill