Move To McCreery Building: 0050.0150

CHANGES IN BAKER ST. BUSINESS PLACES – Collier and Sinclair Move Into McBride Building – Morris Mindlin Goes To Clapp Building.

            F. Parks and Co. have moved their stock to their new location in the McCreery building and are now settled in their new locations.

            Collier and Sinclair are this week moving into the McBride building, formerly occupied by F. Parks.  Improvements to the building were made by L. Lundy, carpenter, and James Norgrove painted the interior.

            Morris Mindlin will move into the building being vacated by Collier and Sinclair after extensive improvements have been made, which will include a complete new front, new floor and interior improvements.  Work on this building will start Monday, Sainsbury and Ryan having the contract.

0050.0150: Move To McCreery Building

After improvements to buildings three companys move to new locations.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  July 30, 1931
Pages:  10
Publisher:  Cranbrook Courier
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)

Keywords:

business carpenter painted contract

Subjects:

People arrow Clapparrow
People arrow Collierarrow
People arrow Sainsburyarrow
People arrow Sinclairarrow
People arrow McBridearrow
People arrow McCreeryarrow
People arrow Mindlinarrow
People arrow Parksarrow
People arrow Lundyarrow
People arrow Norgrovearrow
People arrow Ryanarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Buildings arrow McBride Buildingarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Buildings arrow McCreery Buildingarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Businesses arrow Retailers arrow McCreery Bros.arrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Businesses arrow Architects, Builders, Contractors arrow Lundyarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Businesses arrow Hardware Stores arrow Parks Hardwarearrow

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