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The corner building was constructed as part of the C M Ross department store in 1915, and the building next to it replaced an existing C M Ross building, c1920s. C M Ross was sold to Milne and Choyce in 1959, then to the DIC in 1969. Currently it is occupied by a number of separate business and shops (2008).

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2008P_Z5150_BUI_0942
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D I C department store, corner of George Street and Coleman Place
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Date
1988

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Matt Ryan

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