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Kay Craddock reopens in former premises

Kay Craddock Antiquarian Bookseller has returned to the ‘Paris end’ of Melbourne's Collins Street, where the store reopened on Wednesday, 4 November. Kay Craddock became the doyen of the antiquarian book trade in Melbourne after opening her business in 1965. The bookshop was located at its temporary premises for a year...

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