Our Daily Bread: A Look at Ulster Bakeries
Well known Ulster bakeries, such as Brewsters, Hughes, Irwins, Inglis and Ormeau feature in this illustrated history. The book is laid out in themes such as working conditions, machinery, advertising and delivery.
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advert advertisement Alexandra Bakery Annadale bags Bakery in Monaghan bakery industry BAKERY LTD bakery products Bakery School Bakery's Baking batch bread Bernard Hughes Biscuit Factory Bread and Biscuit bread carts breadserver Brewster's brother building built cakes Cecil Junior Cromac Street dated David Bigger collection delivered demolished Donegall Place Donegall Street dough drawplate oven early Eglinton Bakery Enniskillen family business George Baine George Stewart Greenville grocery Helen Henderson horses Hugh Kennedy Inglis group Irwin's Bakery James Davidson John Lavery later Lisburn loaves Londonderry Lord Carson Managing Director Marsh McWatters Model Bakery Montrose Street Newry Newtownards Noel Brown Northern Ireland Note Oatcakes Obins Street Office of Northern opened Opposite Ormeau Bakery Paget Square Paul Stewart photograph shows Portadown potato farls premises Ravenhill Road RHM Bakeries Ireland Royal Bakery soda and potato soda bread Stevenson's Sunblest Tip Top Bakeries trade travelling hotplate Ulster vans Veda bread Veda loaf vehicle Whaley World