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Picture No 62. Courtesy of Park School Publications.
Year: 1941

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War Weapons Week - June/July 1941

Appeal to invest in government savings scheme to help the war effort.
In the centre of the picture is Provost AW Ross(proprietor of business in the background). To his right is Sir William Martineau (Kincraig).

The building, on the corner of High Street and Bank Street was later occupied by Mackenzies and was a grocer's and drapery store, then changed hands and became Rhind's supermarket. The Highlands and Islands Development Board then took over the building which is now the Invergordon Service Point.
Picture added on 15 July 2005.

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