John Lewis at 150: Nostalgic photo gallery shows transition of pre-war Bonds to the modern John Lewis

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Monday, May 5, 2014
10:00 AM

It started off as a small shop called Bonds on Ber Street, was destroyed in the war, and is now a massive department store in a national chain.

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These photos stretching back before the Second World War show how Bonds, and later John Lewis, has changed over the years.

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