File:Acme in the Cincotta Building, Dot Price Caniford.jpg

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Dot Price Caniford weighing produce at the old American Store (Acme) in the Cincotta Building on 24 W. Potomac Street. Note the similar angle at Roelke's years later in the next photo. Bill Roelke moved his store here in 1958 when the Acme built a modern store on New Addition.

(From the Myer Kaplon photo collection at the Brunswick Community Library; Frederick County Public Libraries)

Dot was the mother of Linda Caniford BHS Class of 1970~~Rhonda R.

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