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Inksater's is 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 and continues to operate under the Inksater name today. It is one of the oldest stores remaining in operation in Paris's downtown core shopping district.
- ↑ Stewart, 63
- 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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