Classic Concord Photo – Tue, 14 Jul 2015

Here we have Elm House, presumably named after Reinhorn Elm (note: not a real guy), which once stood at the corner of North Main and Pleasant Street extension and also stood next to a store that sold flour, corn, meal, feed and oats – it must have been a “food items with absolutely no flavor” store. We know those were big back in the day. Thanks to reader Earl Burroughs for the photo. 
Here we have Elm House, presumably named after Reinhorn Elm (note: not a real guy), which once stood at the corner of North Main and Pleasant Street extension and also stood next to a store that sold flour, corn, meal, feed and oats – it must have been a “food items with absolutely no flavor” store. We know those were big back in the day. Thanks to reader Earl Burroughs for the photo. 

Here we have Elm House, presumably named after Reinhorn Elm (note: not a real guy), which once stood at the corner of North Main and Pleasant Street extension and also stood next to a store that sold flour, corn, meal, feed and oats – it must have been a “food items with absolutely no flavor” store. We know those were big back in the day. Thanks to reader Earl Burroughs for the photo. 

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