File:West Potomac Street in the 1940s.jpg

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A happy scene from the old downtown business district on West Potomac Street in the 1940s. The young man was entering the Eagle's lodge where the Museum is located today.

There once was a miniature golf course in the Newberry's building. Could that have been it under the awning? The American or ACME supermarket chain operated in the Cincotta building next door.

Does anyone recognize the man rocking his saddle shoes??

(Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkins family and the Brunswick Heritage Museum)

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current14:25, 9 May 2021Thumbnail for version as of 14:25, 9 May 20212,048 × 1,456 (538 KB)Jknight (talk | contribs)A happy scene from the old downtown business district on West Potomac Street in the 1940s. The young man was entering the Eagle's lodge where the Museum is located today. There once was a miniature golf course in the Newberry's building. Could that have been it under the awning? The American or ACME supermarket chain operated in the Cincotta building next door. Does anyone recognize the man rocking his saddle shoes?? (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the You...

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