(Above left and right) The interwar period saw the rebuilding of the Norwich store with the addition of the first restaurant, as well as the opening of a further branch in Cambridge.
Leading Norwich architect George Skipper, who had designed the London Street building in 1903, remodelled the frontage of the Exchange Street/London Street corner in 1923. Skipper was behind other city landmarks including the Royal Arcade and Norwich Union Marble Hall (right).
(Left) A gift catalogue produced in the 1920s featured handbags priced upwards of 3s 11d. Jarrold designed its own leather purse which was exhibited at Crystal Palace and offered as a gift to Queen Mary.
(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).