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What was the Season?
winter

Can you name the location?
Corner of Main & Marshall Streets, North Adams


What was the Season?
winter

Can you name the location?
Main St in front of the old Roberts Co


Can you name the location?
On M ain St. side of Mowhawk Center not in front of Roberts Co.


Can you name the location?
mohawk garage

Comments...
Fran Goodell snowblowing the side walk at the former Mohawk Garage.


What was the Season?
winter

Can you name the location?
Northwest corner of Main/Marshall sts.. (Front of Mohawk Garage.)

Comments...
The building in the left of the picture housed at least 3 businesses, at different times, that I remember. Sox Ryan's Bar. A pizza type restaurant. And finally, Camplite Sports, a business that was owned and operated by the late Joe Lora, an avid hunter, and a great sportsman.


Can you name the location?
Main St. near city hall looking west


What was the Season?
winter

Comments...
I believe the building on the far left used to house the Boston Fish Market before it moved to it's present location.


What was the Season?
winter

Can you name the location?
corner of main & marshall.

Comments...
mohawk garage was on right, and boston fish market was in the building in (left)background,definatly!


Comments...
The white building is now the Subway shop.


Can you name the location?
Corner of Main & Marshall Sts.

Comments...
Store window obscured by route sign used to be Slater's Furniture Store.


What was the Year?
1978

Can you name the location?
NUMBER 1 MAIN ST. THE STORE BEHIND THE SIGN

Comments...
SLATERS CLOSED THAT STORE IN 1978 ARCO ELECTRONIC'S & PACKRATS CB SHOP RELOCATED FROM WEST MAIN ST.TO THAT LOCATION IN 1978. swp


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