Thursday, July 13, 2017

Why Sand?

In April, 1942 the Snow Hill mayor and city council voted to have dry sand hauled and distributed to the town's residents. This wasn't due to any environmental issue but in response to a very serious concern.

Read about it on this Sunday's Time Machine here at The Pocomoke Public Eye.  

Sunday, July 9, 2017

TIME MACHINE: 1995, 1934, 1904, Circa 1900.

     Our Little Corner In Space And Time    

(Reader-friendly viewing of news archives/historical archives material)

February, 1995

The Daily Times (Salisbury) 

September, 1934

The News Journal (Wilmington)

July, 1904

Peninsula Enterprise

Circa 1900

Worcester Democrat 75th Anniversary Edition. Photo from Roger Vincent collection.

Pictured is Pocomoke City's "Market Square" near the foot of Market Street. The building at left in the background is the approximate location of the present day Delmarva Discovery Center.

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