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Norfolk Then . . .

If you think January sales are a phenomenon of our times, read this advertisement in the Norfolk Almanac, published annually from 1856 to 1860 in the tradition of the Farmer’s Almanac. Shepard & Dewell billed itself as a Cheap Cash Store, offering an assortment of household goods and popular medicines such as Merchant’s Gargling Oil […]

Norfolk Then . . .

Stopping to chat with a friend in a passing vehicle would be unthinkable these days at the busy curve on Route 44 near the entrance to North Street. Back then, there was an apartment house on Memorial Green where the War Monument now stands. It had been built in 1835 as a business block, and […]

Norfolk Then . . .

Suburban Sprawl? Look carefully and you may recognize most of the houses in this photograph, although it is unlikely you will see oxen on Grant Street today. This handsome pair belonged to Thomas Carroll, whose house is pictured at the right. Grant Street was one of the many streets that were opened in Norfolk at […]

Norfolk Then . . .

These little rascals – Pete Curtiss, Pat O’Connor, Eddie Kelley and Peter Mulville – are enjoying recess at the Norfolk Center School in the early 1940’s, and you can be sure there’s some mischief behind those big smiles. Center School had been built in 1915 and was located next to the Catholic Church with views […]

Norfolk Then . . .

Waiting for the parade? Or the arrival of a train rumbling through the underpass? We don’t know what drew these children to the corner of Greenwoods Road and Maple Avenue around 1890, but fortunately the pace of life was much slower then than it is today at that busy intersection. A horse-drawn carriage is parked […]

Norfolk Then . . .

It is August 30, 1913, and newlyweds Hazel and Irving Whiting are setting out for an afternoon drive in their roadster. Hazel Gibbs grew up on Litchfield Road and joined the ranks of the June bride earlier that summer. By virtue of the century in which she lived, Hazel had escaped the clutches of Norfolk’s […]

Letters—No Bear Hunting

To the editor: The July 2017 article entitled “Where Are All These Bears Coming From?” demands a response to correct misapprehensions. First, review of the peer-reviewed scientific literature on the subject of bear-human conflict shows that bear hunting does not reduce the incidence of problem bears. Hunters rarely kill bears that have taken to living […]

Real Estate Transactions—June 2017

On June 7, Holly M. Leibrock to Philip M. Carr-Harris, 20 Ashpohtag Rd., for $250,000. On June 15, Jeffrey T. Andrews and Anne C. Granfield to Sandra J. Cullen, 11 North St., for $365,000.

Obituary—Barbara Ann Tracey

Norfolk Bids Farewell to a Leader and Friend   By Colleen Gundlach She was the consummate volunteer, a loving and devoted mother and grandmother and a lifelong problem solver. She was a woman whose friendly smile and cheerful demeanor welcomed everyone—stranger or friend. In July, with the passing of Barbara Ann Tracey, Norfolk bid farewell […]

Obituary—Brett David Hellerman

Brett David Hellerman, 57, passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, June 25, surrounded by family, friends and his beloved dog, Scout. Born on June 20, 1960, in New York City, to Monica Carmona Mermelstein Hellerman and Don Vincent Hellerman, M.D., Brett grew up in Manhattan, attending Dwight School and St. Hilda’s and St. Hugh’s School before going on […]