(Above) To celebrate 100 years of trading in Norwich, Jarrold demonstrated just how far they had come by displaying a model of the humble Woodbridge store in front of the grand London Street premises.
(Below left) The ultimate home with a view! Jarrolds' caretaker Arthur James Dunham, known as Joe, lived on the roof of the London Street store, where he created a beautiful garden with fish pond and rose garden. Joe, who is pictured here holding keys to the store, lived with his wife Emily and daughters Winifred and Olive (pictured).
(Left) This illustrated newspaper advertisement shows the opening of the Jarrold Arcade, the name of the store's ornate entrance on Exchange Street, the remnants of which can still be seen today.