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Can you name the location?
Route 346, Pownal, Vermont...

Comments...
Unfortunately, a store NO longer exists there!!!


Comments...
this is not the north pownal store that you are thinking of. the north pownal store the store front and steps are higher, and there is no addition on the left side. 45 years ago, there was a gas pump on that side.


What was the Year?
1948

Can you name the location?
Pownel Store on Rt .7 at the junction of Rt .346 acrossed the road from the old Cherry Court Cabins

Comments...
I was one of the Van Steemburgs that live in the large white house next to Cherry Court and acrossed the street from the store hard to remember but have many old pictures of the area. Dexter Moore had a home in the field next to were the store was.


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Dexter Moore lived on Rt#7. One could see the racetrack from his back yard. Dex owned the Frestone store on River St. in N. A.. Prior to that he mannaged the Goodrich Store on Main St. in N. A.. His passing on was a loss to both areas. One of the most honnest persons to deal with. We were friends for many years. Pownal Center was a quaint and friendly area. Dex and I considered buying Cherry Court, but, they decided not to sell at that time.


What was the Year?
1978

What was the Season?
summer

Can you name any of the people?
Maybe the Chaffee children are among the group.

Can you name the location?
This is the store on Center Street in Pownal Center.

Comments...
The store is next to what use to be Lampman's Garage (plate glass window on left is part of garage). The building still stands today although it is no longer a store. The Chaffee children lived next door so they might be among the children shown.


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