File:F.O.E.(Eagles) lodge on W. Potomac Street.jpg

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A man tips his hat in the doorway of the old F.O.E.(Eagles) lodge on W. Potomac Street in the 1940s. Members had to go up a flight of stairs to the lodge, which at the time was located above Watson's Cut Rate on the corner. Today this building is the home of the Brunswick Heritage Museum. J.J. Newberry's is next door separated from the Eagles entrance by a small white building that looks to have had a pitched roof. (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkins family and the Brunswick Heritage Museum)

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current14:23, 9 May 2021Thumbnail for version as of 14:23, 9 May 2021720 × 521 (63 KB)Jknight (talk | contribs)A man tips his hat in the doorway of the old F.O.E.(Eagles) lodge on W. Potomac Street in the 1940s. Members had to go up a flight of stairs to the lodge, which at the time was located above Watson's Cut Rate on the corner. Today this building is the home of the Brunswick Heritage Museum. J.J. Newberry's is next door separated from the Eagles entrance by a small white building that looks to have had a pitched roof. (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkin...

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