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|Howard and Ralph Case (back row) with staff in front of the store. Date is|
prior to 1923 because Ralph still alive. Courtesy Maynard Historical Society.
|Other side has grandson Frank, great-grandson Ralph|
and space for great-grandson Frank and his wife, Mary
|Symbol on CASE tombstone|
combines Freemasons and IOOF
(International Order of Odd Fellows)
From 1915 to 1975, A&P was the largest food retailer in the nation. But it failed to keep pace with new chains that opened larger, modern supermarkets in the suburbs, with their own parking lots. A&P still exists, but with only 300 stores in a handful of eastern states, it is a pale shadow of its 16,000 store peak.
|Tin ceiling, painted white|
|Same front door as in photo of W.B. Case & Sons (above)|
CASE FAMILY GENEALOGY (*buried in Glenwood Cemetery)