Grocery section, Bell and Macaulay's Store, Drouin, Victoria

Fitzpatrick, Jim, 1916-


Title devised by cataloguer.; Condition: Good.; Part of the collection: Drouin town and rural life during World War II.; Inscriptions:"U429/146; Paul Guillumette, Inc. 475 Fifth Ave, New York City"-- In pencil and stamped on verso.; "U429/146. The grocery section of the Bell-Macaulay store is well stocked with tinned foods, preserves, breakfast foods, starch and other articles in common household demand. Tea, butter, and sugar (all rationed) spices and bacon (voluntary [i.e. voluntarily] rationed by storekeepers) and patent medicines are among other goods sold. "--Printed on label; Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at:; Exhibited: "In a New Light 2", National Library of Australia, 2 December 2004 - 28 March 2005. AuCNL.


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Taken sometime in 1944
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