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Bootmaker's Shop,
corner Watton and Bridge Streets, Werribee.

Citation

“Bootmaker's Shop, corner Watton and Bridge Streets, Werribee.,” Wyndham History, accessed July 14, 2020, http://www.wyndhamhistory.net.au/items/show/1007.
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Description

In the 1920's this building was the Commercial Bank which closed down in 1939. At the time of the closure the Manager was Mr. Gerald Sexton.  It was owned by Thomas Beasley J.P. whose daughter Maureen ran a dressmaking business.

Later Mrs. Mavis (or Marie) Beasley ran a ladies hairdressing business. A Mrs Power lived in the residential section at the back of the shop. It later became Mr. Stilliton's Bootmakers shop. In 1988 it was sold to Ollies Trolley. It is now the location of KFC chicken shop (1994).

Source

Werribee and District Historical Society

Description

In the 1920's this building was the Commercial Bank which closed down in 1939. At the time of the closure the Manager was Mr. Gerald Sexton.  It was owned by Thomas Beasley J.P. whose daughter Maureen ran a dressmaking business.

Later Mrs. Mavis (or Marie) Beasley ran a ladies hairdressing business. A Mrs Power lived in the residential section at the back of the shop. It later became Mr. Stilliton's Bootmakers shop. In 1988 it was sold to Ollies Trolley. It is now the location of KFC chicken shop (1994).

Title

Bootmaker's Shop,
corner Watton and Bridge Streets, Werribee.

Subject

Beasley, Maureen, Beasley, Mavis, Beasley, Thomas G., Stilliton, Sam, Stilliton Bootmaker's Shop, Werribee (Vic.),

Source

Werribee and District Historical Society

Rights

Not for Loan.

Not to be reproduced without permission from the Werribee and District Historical Society.

Publication quality prints can be purchased from the Werribee and District Historical Society.

Format

image

Language

eng

Type

Still Image

Identifier

9916 - Picture Victoria
219

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