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Summary

Bob Moler's Pharmacy/Prescription Arts Pharmacy (formerly Watson's Cut Rate until 1962). The lunch counter is in the foreground. Brunswick old-timers remember it fondly for its grilled cheeseburgers and soda fountain.

This photograph was taken in 1965 during the Diamond Jubilee Celebration in Brunswick. You'll notice in the picture the ladies behind the counter were wearing their bonnets and the lady at the table had both old dress and bonnet.

Behind the counter on left Pearl Taylor & Pauline McIntosh.

(Photo courtesy of City of Brunswick, MD History Commission)

Denise Duncan Moore: I loved this store! When Mom would take us " down town" I would beg her to take me in. She would, and just watch me go around looking at all the "pretty things" She would laugh because I was so excited at everything. She would always let me get one thing. Believe me that was hard to do!

Ann Griffis: Moler's Pharmacy was in the same building as the Cut Rate. Daddy sold the store to Mr. Moler in 1962. Daddy's lunch counter was the best. He got his meat from Peter Wenner's grandfather's store. His recipie for burgers was in the Brunswick Citizen a few years ago

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