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06/12/2011

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The "deco or doo-wop" building was built in the 1930s, but the third floor (where the fins are) was added, yes, in the 1950s. Used to be a doctors' office with living quarters upstairs, and the waiting room was also really 1950s typey -- pine paneled with florescent lights in the window valences and lots of glass block -- and a sailfish mounted on the wall.

Its really awesome market, i like it very much and wanna to go there.

Its really a good market, one day i will be there for shopping.

This article tell the reality of very important organization and clearly gives the reasons that what they are doing. Very information article and actions should be taken against such organizations

Colleen! Matt and I are going to Parksville/Liberty this weekend (stopping at some farms in Orange County on the way up) and in my search for photos of Grossinger's, look where I ended up! Small world.

Belated thanks to Geoff from Liberty.
@roopa , Crazy! You saw my post on Grossingers, right?
https://bit.ly/iMjKYU

WOW!!
I WAS A PAINT & HARDWARE SALESMAN & CALLED
ON THE BORSCHT BELT FOR OVER 30 YEARS.
IT WAS ONE OF THE MOST ACTIVE COMMUNITIES AS A SALES REP THAT I CALLED ON. LIBERTY ,MONTICELLO,SO.FALLSBURGH,JEFFERSONVILLE ETC.
I REMEMBER SABLOFFS,SULLIVANS,LIBERTY LUMBER,
FALLSBURGH LUMBER,COOPER PAINT & MANY MORE.
I ALSO STAYED AT THE BIG "G"ON BIZNESS FOR OVER 25 YEARS. GREAT MEMORIES HANK J

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