Back in 1926, the January sales were on in Lundin Links and ladies would have been flocking to Mrs Gulland's where all ladies' wear was on sale for three weeks. This draper's shop had been on Leven Road for some time. James Gulland was the original proprietor but when he died in 1914, his wife Emma took over the business. Next door to the ladieswear shop, Mrs Gulland's daughter, Miss Louisa May Gulland, opened 'The Lundie Tearooms'. Louisa died in 1944 at the age of 41 and was described as a 'confectioner' at the time of her death.
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