Talbot Historical Society Project Rewind: Takes Time to Go Shopping

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Two buildings that are no longer there may make this a difficult place to locate on Washington Street Easton, Maryland! There are a number of pictures of this brand new Acme grocery store in the Talbot Historical Society Laird Wise Collection. Now there is a parking lot and a different grocery store in that spot! Do you have memories to share about the Calvary Methodist Church next to the Acme? Perhaps basketball memories?? The church was built in 1830 and sold in the late 1950’s! Facts: “Easton Album” by Norman Harrington 1986.

Contact: Cathy Hill cvhill@atlanticbb.net to share your old photos. Comment, Like our page and join THS!

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  1. David Foster says:

    I used to play carroms and, I think, foosball in the basement of the church after school every day back in the 60s.

    The older boys played basketball upstairs. A very noisy environment.

    It was a quick bike ride from Mt Pleasant Elementary.

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