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Cage Brothers Auto Service on East Potomac Street in what appears to be the late 1930s, judging from the cars. The building across the street was the Whistle Stop restaurant. It was later a laundromat.

(From the Myer Kaplon Photo Collection at the Brunswick Community Library; Frederick County Public Libraries)

Smoketown History (Brunswick, Md.) This was located at Potomac St and Second Ave. The building caught fire and this is now an empty lot.

Randy Derflinger: Worked there for Mr Gordon and Mr Cage hung around and still gave me mechanical advice. He was a good mechanic !

James Cox Jr: Dad told me to deal with Hugh Cage because he gave soldiers and sailors credit after WWII.

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