Classic Concord Photo – Tue, 10 Mar 2015

If you were thinking to yourself, you know, those barrels outside the building look like the kind we had in 1864, you’d be absolutely right! This is the corner of North Main and Pleasant streets, circa ’64, outside of Hardy & Hoit, dealers in “goods and groceries,” according to the caption on this photo from reader Earl Burroughs, which included flour, corn, pork and lard – hot commodities all back in the day. That’s probably how Hardy and Hoit could afford that brand-spanking-new 1864 Ford Buggy 150 parked out front. Got classic Concord photos of your own you think could improve other people’s lives? We agree! Email them to news@theconcordinsider.com.
If you were thinking to yourself, you know, those barrels outside the building look like the kind we had in 1864, you’d be absolutely right! This is the corner of North Main and Pleasant streets, circa ’64, outside of Hardy & Hoit, dealers in “goods and groceries,” according to the caption on this photo from reader Earl Burroughs, which included flour, corn, pork and lard – hot commodities all back in the day. That’s probably how Hardy and Hoit could afford that brand-spanking-new 1864 Ford Buggy 150 parked out front. Got classic Concord photos of your own you think could improve other people’s lives? We agree! Email them to news@theconcordinsider.com.

If you were thinking to yourself, you know, those barrels outside the building look like the kind we had in 1864, you’d be absolutely right! This is the corner of North Main and Pleasant streets, circa ’64, outside of Hardy & Hoit, dealers in “goods and groceries,” according to the caption on this photo from reader Earl Burroughs, which included flour, corn, pork and lard – hot commodities all back in the day. That’s probably how Hardy and Hoit could afford that brand-spanking-new 1864 Ford Buggy 150 parked out front. Got classic Concord photos of your own you think could improve other people’s lives? We agree! Email them to news@theconcordinsider.com.

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