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19 April 2018

Huskisson 1935

Izard/Bryce/Roux's general store Owen Street.

Built by Bert Raunch; later owned by Bryce, Chancellor, Hindmarsh, then Izard.  It was used for Army accommodation during WWII, then was empty for some years before being reopened as a store by Norman Roux, who ran it as a successful milkbar and cafe.  He later sold it the the RSL.


I have no information on who the young lady is.


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