Classic Concord photo

Usually when we take a break from work it either means a trip to the vending machine or a quick nap in the car. But way back in 1946, these members of the Concord police force decided to pose for a pic on the steps of the State Capitol instead. And not only was this group charged with protecting the city, but they were also World war II veterans who protected our country. Thanks to our good pal Conky O’Connell for dropping off this photo to share with all of you, our faithful readers. Back row, from left: Dick Morey, Tom Woods, Walter Carlson, Almore Perron, Worthen Muzzey and John Healy. Front row: John Caldon, Jim Sartorelli, Dan Abbott, Dave Dean and Robert Wester. (Courtesy photo) -
Usually when we take a break from work it either means a trip to the vending machine or a quick nap in the car. But way back in 1946, these members of the Concord police force decided to pose for a pic on the steps of the State Capitol instead. And not only was this group charged with protecting the city, but they were also World war II veterans who protected our country. Thanks to our good pal Conky O’Connell for dropping off this photo to share with all of you, our faithful readers. Back row, from left: Dick Morey, Tom Woods, Walter Carlson, Almore Perron, Worthen Muzzey and John Healy. Front row: John Caldon, Jim Sartorelli, Dan Abbott, Dave Dean and Robert Wester. (Courtesy photo)

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