The Arts, and in this case specifically music, add to the rich history of Havre de Grace. Join our casual historian of HdG as he share’s a memorabilia of bands of years gone by!
Quackers Productions Inc of Havre de Grace brought many musicians, comedians, and even the amazing Kreskin to stages indoors and out in the 1990s.
Collecting large business signs can be a bit daunting due to their size. But that never stops our casual historian of HdG. Check out the beginnings of his collection.
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.
Our “Casual Historian of HdG” can never have too many Warrior collectibles for his Havre de Grace History MuZeum. Check out latest additions. We have such an amazing community!
The 60th Year Celebration of the Havre de Grace Art Show in 2023 was originally the “Million Dollar Mile HdG Art Show” – read more about this wonderful event!
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.
Chalkware was used for many things in the mid-century 1900s
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.
The Derby Cafe in Havre de Grace was well-known in the 1940s. Learn a bit more about this interesting location in bite-sized pieces. Enjoy our ‘casual historian’s video.’
So often we think we know someone. But having interviewed 20+ residents of Havre de Grace, I’ve learned there is so much more to an individual than just the circumstance of how we might have interacted with them. Robert “Bob” Carson is a great example. Enjoy the interview!