Continuing last week’s post, “A Look at Blair’s Store”, we are going to take another glimpse at some memories of the store that stood on the corner of Main and Bedford Streets. Were you in the village at the time of the fire, and were you one of the many gathered on the street to watch it burn?
From shortly before Blair’s Store burned, this ad was in the pages of The Westport Mirror. (Scanned courtesy of The Review-Mirror)
From the front page of The Westport Mirror, looking back at Blair’s Store. (Scanned courtesy of The Review-Mirror)
Most of the village turned out to watch the flames being fought in 1963. (Scanned courtesy of The Review-Mirror)
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