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C M Ross established his 'Bon Marche' store on the Square in 1883. By this period the business extended through to George Street, although it is unknown if the buildings connected. the building to the left, on the corner of Coleman Place was a boarding house. In the background can be seen the two storey Fire Station in Cuba Street.

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2008P_Bc74_CMROSS_1636
Title
George Street entrance to C M Ross and Co
Held In
Coolstore
Date
circa 1908

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Place
George Street, Palmerston North

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Taxonomy

Tags
1900s,
c m ross building,
furnishings,
george street,
palmerston north,
roscos,
shop,
thematic collections,
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