As I was looking through the past issues of The Historian newsletter, I came across a photo that I found fascinating. Sometimes a photo can truly show us how much the world has changed. The photo depicts Terrance Ward in his small grocery store. If you look carefully, there is much detail in the picture, and a few mysteries! What is hanging on the post in the middle of the picture – bananas? On the back shelf we see some good old-fashioned galvanized wash tubs and several neat rows of canned goods. On the counter to the right we see a scale and more stacked cans, and several open bins with produce. Near Mr. Ward’s feet we see some open crates with what look like apples.
What other details do you see?
Terry Ward in his grocery store.
Our new website is now ready for its debut to the world. The goals of the website are to provide information on the Society and its meetings, presentations and activities. We will also have features on local history in the greater Boynton Beach area. If you have something to contribute, please email email@example.com and we will post your history!
This is the inaugural blog for our society as we embark on new adventures in bringing historical information to the public. The blog will feature original research as well as reprints from past Historical Society newsletters to provide some unique insights into the area’s history. Readers are also welcome to email ideas for stories.