Stationers and Booksellers
Morley Edwin Park ran a booksellers from number 2 Broad Street. Suttons describes the business as Park and Son, stationers, printers, bookbinders, booksellers, account book manufacturers, newsagents, publishers of Park's Almanac and Park's Handbook of Montgomeryshire, and dealers in musical instruments and fancy goods. The Cross.
Mr Park took many pictures himself which were later sold as postcards. Park and Sons occupied the property in which the great social reformer Robert Owen had been born and, amongst the postcards that the firm produced, was a picture of the shop.
At 19 Broad Street was William P Phillips, stationer.
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