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  • 17:15, 19 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:Wade in the Water.JPG (This photo shows Lorraine Kronk (Ferrell) on the left, an unknown lady in middle, and Zettie Lucas (Smith) on the right. It was taken around 1939 in shallow water down by the Potomac River Bridge. Note the other bathers in the lower left. (Photo courtesy of Nancy Ferrell Piper) Category:Smoketown Potomac River and C&O Canal)
  • 17:15, 19 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:Wade in the Water.JPG (This photo shows Lorraine Kronk (Ferrell) on the left, an unknown lady in middle, and Zettie Lucas (Smith) on the right. It was taken around 1939 in shallow water down by the Potomac River Bridge. Note the other bathers in the lower left. (Photo courtesy of Nancy Ferrell Piper) Category:Smoketown Potomac River and C&O Canal)
  • 17:14, 19 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:Reed-Myers kids.jpg (This photo is of Edith Reed, Austin Myers, and Nell Reed at 205 East A Street around 1922. The Reed girls were the daughters of Harry and Mary Cole Reed. Harry was a conductor on the B&O and died in 1912. The family resided at 212 A Street through the 1930's. Harold and Mary had 12 children. The children look like they were dressed for church with bibles in hand. (Photo and information courtesy of Kim Myers) Category:Smoketown Kids)
  • 17:14, 19 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:Reed-Myers kids.jpg (This photo is of Edith Reed, Austin Myers, and Nell Reed at 205 East A Street around 1922. The Reed girls were the daughters of Harry and Mary Cole Reed. Harry was a conductor on the B&O and died in 1912. The family resided at 212 A Street through the 1930's. Harold and Mary had 12 children. The children look like they were dressed for church with bibles in hand. (Photo and information courtesy of Kim Myers) Category:Smoketown Kids)
  • 17:02, 19 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:George Lowery Sr and his Buick.JPG (George W. Lowery Sr. poses proudly with his vintage automobile in the 1950s outside of Moler's Market on E. Potomac Street. See the old B&O water tower on the right. Looks like a 1951 or '52 Buick They were sold in Brunswick. (Photo courtesy of Phil Lowery) Category:Smoketown People)
  • 17:02, 19 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:George Lowery Sr and his Buick.JPG (George W. Lowery Sr. poses proudly with his vintage automobile in the 1950s outside of Moler's Market on E. Potomac Street. See the old B&O water tower on the right. Looks like a 1951 or '52 Buick They were sold in Brunswick. (Photo courtesy of Phil Lowery) Category:Smoketown People)
  • 16:57, 19 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:Brunswick Street 2022.JPG (Beautiful sunset photo taken of Brunswick Street after a rainstorm on April 1, 2022. The old West End Elementary School, now Sherman W. Lowry VFW Post 10421, is visible on the right. It was dedicated in 1905. (Photo by Hannah Vanbilliard) Category:Smoketown In and Around)
  • 16:57, 19 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:Brunswick Street 2022.JPG (Beautiful sunset photo taken of Brunswick Street after a rainstorm on April 1, 2022. The old West End Elementary School, now Sherman W. Lowry VFW Post 10421, is visible on the right. It was dedicated in 1905. (Photo by Hannah Vanbilliard) Category:Smoketown In and Around)
  • 00:49, 13 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:APA Guy Lombardo 1965.jpeg (A cover letter that accompanied a proposed contract from the Agency of the Performing Arts (APA) in Chicago for Guy Lombardo to appear with his orchestra at the old Brunswick Fire Hall on May 12, 1965. (Courtesy of Mary Jo Brown) Category:Smoketown Music)
  • 00:49, 13 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:APA Guy Lombardo 1965.jpeg (A cover letter that accompanied a proposed contract from the Agency of the Performing Arts (APA) in Chicago for Guy Lombardo to appear with his orchestra at the old Brunswick Fire Hall on May 12, 1965. (Courtesy of Mary Jo Brown) Category:Smoketown Music)
  • 00:47, 13 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:APA Guy Lombardo 1965 (2).jpeg (A follow up letter from the APA to Sonny Cannon advising that Guy Lombardo's appearance at the old Fire Hall needed to be cancelled due to the bankruptcy of Lombardo's Florida nightclub. Sammy Kaye was available to perform instead. (Courtesy of Mary Jo Brown) Category:Smoketown Music)
  • 00:47, 13 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:APA Guy Lombardo 1965 (2).jpeg (A follow up letter from the APA to Sonny Cannon advising that Guy Lombardo's appearance at the old Fire Hall needed to be cancelled due to the bankruptcy of Lombardo's Florida nightclub. Sammy Kaye was available to perform instead. (Courtesy of Mary Jo Brown) Category:Smoketown Music)
  • 00:44, 13 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:APA Guy Lombardo 1965 (1).jpeg (A proposal from the Agency of the Performing Arts (APA) in Chicago regarding the availability of Guy Lombardo or Sammy Kaye to perform with their orchestras at the old Brunswick Fire Hall in the Spring of 1965. (Courtesy of Mary Jo Brown))
  • 00:44, 13 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:APA Guy Lombardo 1965 (1).jpeg (A proposal from the Agency of the Performing Arts (APA) in Chicago regarding the availability of Guy Lombardo or Sammy Kaye to perform with their orchestras at the old Brunswick Fire Hall in the Spring of 1965. (Courtesy of Mary Jo Brown))
  • 22:22, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:BRLL Opening Day 54 Babo.jpeg (The Railroader Little League Cubs on the first opening day in June, 1954. Manager Lee "Babo" Merriman on the right. (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkins family and the Brunswick Heritage Museum) Category:Smoketown Baseball)
  • 22:22, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:BRLL Opening Day 54 Babo.jpeg (The Railroader Little League Cubs on the first opening day in June, 1954. Manager Lee "Babo" Merriman on the right. (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkins family and the Brunswick Heritage Museum) Category:Smoketown Baseball)
  • 22:21, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:BRLL Opening Day 54 Cubs.jpeg (The Railroader Little League Cubs on the first opening day in June, 1954. (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkins family and the Brunswick Heritage Museum) Category:Smoketown Baseball)
  • 22:21, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:BRLL Opening Day 54 Cubs.jpeg (The Railroader Little League Cubs on the first opening day in June, 1954. (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkins family and the Brunswick Heritage Museum) Category:Smoketown Baseball)
  • 22:19, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:BRLL Opening Day 54 Lions.jpeg (The Railroader Little League Bears on the first opening day in June, 1954. (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkins family and the Brunswick Heritage Museum) Category:Smoketown Baseball)
  • 22:19, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:BRLL Opening Day 54 Lions.jpeg (The Railroader Little League Bears on the first opening day in June, 1954. (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkins family and the Brunswick Heritage Museum) Category:Smoketown Baseball)
  • 22:18, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:BRLL Opening Day 54 Tigers.jpeg (The Railroader Little League Bears on the first opening day in June, 1954. (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkins family and the Brunswick Heritage Museum) Category:Smoketown Baseball)
  • 22:18, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:BRLL Opening Day 54 Tigers.jpeg (The Railroader Little League Bears on the first opening day in June, 1954. (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkins family and the Brunswick Heritage Museum) Category:Smoketown Baseball)
  • 22:17, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:BRLL Opening Day 54 Bears.jpeg (The Railroader Little League Bears on the first opening day in June, 1954. (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkins family and the Brunswick Heritage Museum) Category:Smoketown Baseball)
  • 22:17, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:BRLL Opening Day 54 Bears.jpeg (The Railroader Little League Bears on the first opening day in June, 1954. (Photo taken from the home movies of Marvin Younkins, courtesy of the Younkins family and the Brunswick Heritage Museum) Category:Smoketown Baseball)
  • 18:58, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:Flook Farmhouse 2.jpeg (The two-story Flook Farmhouse, built in the early 20th century by Daniel Charles Flook was home to several generations of the Flook Family. The house incorporates design features from the Queen Anne Revival period (1880-1910), with its focus on elegance and simplicity, and the Colonial Revival period (1880-1930) with its use of design features common to colonial American architecture. The Flook house was the center of the Flook family farm and Daniel and Nena Flook raised their seven childr...)
  • 18:58, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:Flook Farmhouse 2.jpeg (The two-story Flook Farmhouse, built in the early 20th century by Daniel Charles Flook was home to several generations of the Flook Family. The house incorporates design features from the Queen Anne Revival period (1880-1910), with its focus on elegance and simplicity, and the Colonial Revival period (1880-1930) with its use of design features common to colonial American architecture. The Flook house was the center of the Flook family farm and Daniel and Nena Flook raised their seven childr...)
  • 18:54, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:Machine Shop Capino-Green.jpg (According to the library records, this photo shows Charlie Capino and Gene Green in a machine shop, dated August, 1974. Does anyone know where this shop was located? (From the Myer Kaplon Photo Collection at the Brunswick Community Library; Frederick County Public Libraries) Category:Smoketown People)
  • 18:54, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:Machine Shop Capino-Green.jpg (According to the library records, this photo shows Charlie Capino and Gene Green in a machine shop, dated August, 1974. Does anyone know where this shop was located? (From the Myer Kaplon Photo Collection at the Brunswick Community Library; Frederick County Public Libraries) Category:Smoketown People)
  • 18:53, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:New F&M Bank Welty.jpg (Keith Welty takes his place behind the teller's desk at the then new Farmers & Mechanics bank branch soon after it opened on the corner of Maple Avenue and Souder Road on June 9, 1975. It is now PNC Bank. (From the Myer Kaplon Photo Collection at the Brunswick Community Library; Frederick County Public Libraries) Category:Smoketown Businesses)
  • 18:53, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:New F&M Bank Welty.jpg (Keith Welty takes his place behind the teller's desk at the then new Farmers & Mechanics bank branch soon after it opened on the corner of Maple Avenue and Souder Road on June 9, 1975. It is now PNC Bank. (From the Myer Kaplon Photo Collection at the Brunswick Community Library; Frederick County Public Libraries) Category:Smoketown Businesses)
  • 18:52, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:Bank Books.jpg (Bank book sleeves from the old Bank of Brunswick, which was located were City Hall is today. This was one of the primary ways people did their banking long before the Internet age, all in person. These items belonged to Brunswick businessman Donald Woods. (Courtesy of Nancy Merchant Langley) Category:Smoketown Advertising)
  • 18:52, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:Bank Books.jpg (Bank book sleeves from the old Bank of Brunswick, which was located were City Hall is today. This was one of the primary ways people did their banking long before the Internet age, all in person. These items belonged to Brunswick businessman Donald Woods. (Courtesy of Nancy Merchant Langley) Category:Smoketown Advertising)
  • 18:51, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:Grams Cousins B Street.JPG (Sharon Grams (Green), Adriene Reynolds (Yount), Billie Grams (Hickman), Kenny Reynolds, and Sandra Grams (Cox) in a 1950s-era photo taken on West B Street in Brunswick. If you look closely, Kenny is holding some baseball cards. (Photo courtesy of John Brubaker) Category:Smoketown Kids)
  • 18:51, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:Grams Cousins B Street.JPG (Sharon Grams (Green), Adriene Reynolds (Yount), Billie Grams (Hickman), Kenny Reynolds, and Sandra Grams (Cox) in a 1950s-era photo taken on West B Street in Brunswick. If you look closely, Kenny is holding some baseball cards. (Photo courtesy of John Brubaker) Category:Smoketown Kids)
  • 18:50, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:Howes.jpg (Doug and Mary Howe posing in the mid-1970s. This photo may have been taken in their backyard on W. Potomac Street across from Littens Chevrolet-Olds dealership. (From the Myer Kaplon Photo Collection at the Brunswick Community Library; Frederick County Public Libraries) Category:Smoketown People)
  • 18:50, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:Howes.jpg (Doug and Mary Howe posing in the mid-1970s. This photo may have been taken in their backyard on W. Potomac Street across from Littens Chevrolet-Olds dealership. (From the Myer Kaplon Photo Collection at the Brunswick Community Library; Frederick County Public Libraries) Category:Smoketown People)
  • 18:49, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:Fire Nikirk Thorntons.jpg (Construction site for the new Brunswick Elementary School, June 2022. The current school, which opened in the Fall of 1952 and can be seen from a distance, will be replaced. (Photo by Kathy Carter Escamilla) Category:Smoketown Police - Fire - Ambulance)
  • 18:49, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:Fire Nikirk Thorntons.jpg (Construction site for the new Brunswick Elementary School, June 2022. The current school, which opened in the Fall of 1952 and can be seen from a distance, will be replaced. (Photo by Kathy Carter Escamilla) Category:Smoketown Police - Fire - Ambulance)
  • 18:46, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:New BES Construction Site.JPG (Construction site for the new Brunswick Elementary School, June 2022. The current school, which opened in the Fall of 1952 and can be seen from a distance, will be replaced. (Photo by Kathy Carter Escamilla) Category:Smoketown Schools)
  • 18:46, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:New BES Construction Site.JPG (Construction site for the new Brunswick Elementary School, June 2022. The current school, which opened in the Fall of 1952 and can be seen from a distance, will be replaced. (Photo by Kathy Carter Escamilla) Category:Smoketown Schools)
  • 18:45, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:New BES Artist Rendering.JPG (Artist's rendering of the new school which will be built on the current site. (Courtesy of Frederick County Public Schools) Category:Smoketown Schools)
  • 18:45, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:New BES Artist Rendering.JPG (Artist's rendering of the new school which will be built on the current site. (Courtesy of Frederick County Public Schools) Category:Smoketown Schools)
  • 18:41, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:New BES Plan 2.jpg (This image provides a wider view of the west Brunswick view surrounding the plot where the new school will be located. The school grounds are shown in pink. The area in yellow, in the tax data base, is owned by the city and is a large piece of land at 7.21 acres. That includes basically everything around Greenwood Street and what touches Petersville Road. (From the Frederick County Public Schools website; information courtesy of Eric Minnick) Category:Smoketown Schools)
  • 18:41, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:New BES Plan 2.jpg (This image provides a wider view of the west Brunswick view surrounding the plot where the new school will be located. The school grounds are shown in pink. The area in yellow, in the tax data base, is owned by the city and is a large piece of land at 7.21 acres. That includes basically everything around Greenwood Street and what touches Petersville Road. (From the Frederick County Public Schools website; information courtesy of Eric Minnick) Category:Smoketown Schools)
  • 18:40, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:New BES Pans 1.jpg (Here is the plan for the new BES complex. Left side is Central Avenue, bottom right corner shows the corner of West C and Dayton Avenue. Once the current school building is razed, the entrance will remain on Central Avenue. The area where the current school sits will become the new parking lot for teachers, visitors and school buses. The new building will essentially reside behind the current BES. (From the Frederick County Public Schools website courtesy of Eric Minnick) [[Category:Smoket...)
  • 18:40, 12 June 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:New BES Pans 1.jpg (Here is the plan for the new BES complex. Left side is Central Avenue, bottom right corner shows the corner of West C and Dayton Avenue. Once the current school building is razed, the entrance will remain on Central Avenue. The area where the current school sits will become the new parking lot for teachers, visitors and school buses. The new building will essentially reside behind the current BES. (From the Frederick County Public Schools website courtesy of Eric Minnick) [[Category:Smoket...)
  • 23:33, 30 May 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:Jimmy Dickens.jpeg (Contract for Little Jimmy Dickens and his Country Boys at the old Brunswick fire hall for September 4, 1952. Jimmy stood all of 4'11" tall and was well known for his rhinestone-studded outfits for which he was an early influencer. Before his death in 2015 at age 94, he was the oldest living member of the Grand Ole Opry. Does anyone remember seeing Little Jimmy and his band at the fire hall and if there were return engagements? Other country legends like Minnie Pearl, Grandpa Jones and Strin...)
  • 23:33, 30 May 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:Jimmy Dickens.jpeg (Contract for Little Jimmy Dickens and his Country Boys at the old Brunswick fire hall for September 4, 1952. Jimmy stood all of 4'11" tall and was well known for his rhinestone-studded outfits for which he was an early influencer. Before his death in 2015 at age 94, he was the oldest living member of the Grand Ole Opry. Does anyone remember seeing Little Jimmy and his band at the fire hall and if there were return engagements? Other country legends like Minnie Pearl, Grandpa Jones and Strin...)
  • 21:34, 30 May 2022 Pwenner talk contribs created page File:Earth Day 1972 hard work.jpeg (Students working hard during the 2nd BHS Earth Day celebration on April 17, 1972. John Schuster (Class of '76) is wiping his brow. Steve Moser (Class of '77) is facing the camera with hands in his pockets. (Photo from the 1972 Railroader Yearbook) Category:Smoketown Schools)
  • 21:34, 30 May 2022 Pwenner talk contribs uploaded File:Earth Day 1972 hard work.jpeg (Students working hard during the 2nd BHS Earth Day celebration on April 17, 1972. John Schuster (Class of '76) is wiping his brow. Steve Moser (Class of '77) is facing the camera with hands in his pockets. (Photo from the 1972 Railroader Yearbook) Category:Smoketown Schools)
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