Historical information

Anthony Marshall had a shop, County Bookshop, selling antiquarian and second hand books in Rutland, England. For twelve months, he and wife Cecile had swapped homes and businesses with Lloyd Holyoak and wife Jill, of Roycroft Booksellers in Eltham. During the stay in Melbourne, he had followed his interests of cricket and choral singing; his children attended the Wattle Glen Primary School.

Newspaper article: "Shop swapping's the thing to do", Diamond Valley News, 7 July 1987, outlines Anthony Marshall's life and his swap with Lloyd Holyoak of Roycroft Booksellers in Eltham.

Physical description

Newspaper clippings, A4 photocopies, etc