Special holiday for Sarah

Smiles tell the story as Sarah and Blaine head to their first Christmas Dance

Smiles tell the story! (apologies – photo is a bit blurry)

It was exciting this past Christmas (2012) to see Sarah all dressed in her best, beautiful hair and make up, to attend a Christmas Dance with her friend, Blaine, and his family. They made a dashing dancing couple and truly enjoyed themselves.



A Glimpse of Life in Havre de Grace in the Early 1900s

excerpted from an article in “Lockhouse to Lighthouse” in Spring 1999 by Ellie Mencer

This article shifts slightly from the water-oriented stories of past issues and focuses on the livery stable. Jane Currier of the Currier House B&B graciously shared a handful of the thousands of pieces of papers, receipts and photographs that were found in the house during renovations.

Havre de Grace Livery Stable in early 1900sJane’s Aunt “Honey” lives* in Susquehanna Hills and remembers well life at the livery stable. She recalls being told that around 1892 the livery stable was located on Pearl Street. She thinks it was about that time it was moved to Franklin & Union for a short while. Then it was moved to Franklin & Stokes Street where the building still stands. (It recently housed Mergler Electric.)
O.R. Currier resting outside the Havre de Grace Livery Stable in early 1900s Continue reading