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Inksater's
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Inksater's was a stationery store in Paris. Originally established in 1889 as Fisher's Book and China Store by Senator John Fisher, it was later sold to Frank Inksater[1] and continued to operate under the Inksater name until 2013. It was one of the oldest stores remaining in operation in Paris's downtown core shopping district.

[1] Stewart, 63

References

Stewart, Don. (n.d.) Memories of Paris: A Sentimental Journey back to the Prettiest Little Town in Ontario. Paris: No publisher.

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Images were taken in January 2010
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2010OB011
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.1939878217123 Longitude: -80.3841707110405
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Inksater's


Inksater's was a stationery store in Paris. Originally established in 1889 as Fisher's Book and China Store by Senator John Fisher, it was later sold to Frank Inksater[1] and continued to operate under the Inksater name until 2013. It was one of the oldest stores remaining in operation in Paris's downtown core shopping district.

[1] Stewart, 63

References

Stewart, Don. (n.d.) Memories of Paris: A Sentimental Journey back to the Prettiest Little Town in Ontario. Paris: No publisher.