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This building was located on Monponsett Street, beyond Ocean Avenue. It was known as the "Boston Store." Built by Watson and Arthur Willett it was open during summer months only. Arthur Willett ran the store for summer residents that came out from…

George Estes's General Store can be seen in the left hand corner of the post card.

Country Store located on Plymouth Street, opposite the Congregational Church. Civil War Monument is in view. The front of Pope's Tavern can be seen behind the store. This business was run first by the Packard brothers then the Pooles, followed by…

In the late 1900's Watson H. Willett and his sons built and operated the Brockton Store located on Plymouth Street, across from the Holmes Public Library. In the early 1940's it was operated Harry Minor, Sr.

The Boston Store on Monponsett Street. Albert Willett standing in the front. This was a "summer" store open for the families and visitors that arrived from Boston on the train to spend the summer months. Arthur Willett and his father Watson also…

Holmes Public Library with G. Harry Armstong's store on the right. Delivery wagon and horse beside store on the left. Getting ready to make a delivery.

The Packard Brothers founded a store on the land directly opposite the Town Hall. Provisions, grain for farmers, the Post Office and weighing scales made up the major part of their business. There is a coach to the right with someone inside and a…

In the late1900s, Watson Willett and his sons built the Brockton Store on Plymouth Street. They had a delivery wagon and would take you order in the morning and delivery it to you later in the day. Waston's son Arthur ran the Boston Store on…

The Brockton Store, relocated to South Side of Plymouth Street, next to the Halifax Police Station and is now part of the Halifax Historic Village. This picture show the interior of the main section of the store. The tin ceiling can be seen as well…
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