I did some Googling of the new address and found some interesting links:
- THE HISTORY AND LIFE OF THE REVEREND DOCTOR JOHN TAULER WITH TWENTY-FIVE OF HIS SERMONS (translated from German and published by ALLENSON & CO., LTD. 33 STORE STREET • LONDON W.C.1. in 1905)
- Mr Robert Davis, a painter and glazier of 33 Store St giving evidence at the Old Bailey in a case of embezzlement.
- a strange pdf booklist in English from a Spanish language website which refers to, on page 5, in a section called Other Soul-Enlarging Weapons, Beyond the Horizon by Grace Rosher, 1961, published by James Clarke & Co 33 Store St. A bit more research shows that James Clarke & Co is still a going concern and still carriesthis title. Grace Rosher was a portrait painter of some skill who was a leading proponent of automatic writing.
The place obviously has a history of esoteric doings and seems a suitable venue. It's also equidistant between the British Museum (Montague Place entrance) and the Wheatsheaf pub. Dare one call it a nexus already?