Our casual historian of HdG shares a few fun ways to get around town – check out this post of a few unique pieces and stories of fun transportation!
The Stansbury Family of Havre de Grace is well known and respected by locals in the community. Wardell was a prominent and active community member, serving on City Council and as President of City Council twice.
Cindy Lee shares memories of her dad, Bill Bowman, and gifts his parade uniform worn in local parades as a member of the Susquehanna Hose Company.
Catherine Williams Burks is a most warm, gentle, and accomplished woman who, when she smiles, causes you to wonder what she’s remembering or the secret she might not share.
Kathryn Asher was a woman ahead of her time. An entrepreneurial business woman, active in the community, and actively involved with family. Read more about her and the Havre de Grace Distributing Co.
Listen to Ms. Jane Currier share a bit of history of the neighborhood where she grew up. She points out a few historical and architectural points of the houses on the southern most section of Market St. Listening, you, too might hear the geese and the low chatter of fishermen of days long gone.
Jane Currier is one of our casual historian’s favorite people! Here he shares a bit of his Currier Collection. Enjoy!
The Atomic Athletic Club of Havre de Grace seems to have had quite a successful team of boxers. Names like Gatto, Vincenti, Tarquini, and others participated. Learn more from our casual historian of HdG.
If it’s an emergency, our Susquehanna Hose Co. will be there – as they’ve been since 1902! Read more about the items our casual historian has in his Havre de Grace History MuZeum at Bahoukas Antique Mall.
The casual historian has a fine beginning to his decoy and memorabilia collection in his Havre de Grace MuZeum located within Bahoukas Antique Mall. He also has a few surprises!
Havre de Grace has had an amazing number of colorful, inventive, and amazingly skilled residents. Bob Wood is just one of them. Learn his amazing story and the building of a 64-foot steel-hulled sailboat that later made records on it’s adventure “Around the Americas” as Ocean Watch.
School Memorabilia is always fun and our ‘casual historian’s’ collection proves it. Check out this video as George shares some of the latest items added. Be sure to visit the HdG MuZeum in Bahoukas Antique Mall in Havre de Grace.