This house is the same today as it was in 1950 including the sign "MS Burt." It was the home of my kindergarten teacher Mrs. Burt and her husband.
Home, unrecognizable from the incarnation as Demarest Lodge of my life in the and
starting from phone booth sized station, to a bigger white building both on the corner of Jersey and Windemere Ave., GWL now has a real police department.
One of several antique shops to spring up, this was the first year round drug store
GWL Fire Department, a far cry from the old two bay wood frame structure that housed, the fire department, village offices, boy scouts, and village youth parties.
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Storms Centre, Greenwood Lake NY - this is a color postcard
The Welchman's grocery in its previous existence.
Murphy's , the unchanging anchor
Freeds Department Store, the store had everything. Freed would disappear through a narrow door behind the counter and return with ANYTHING you needed. Then Fred Christmans Electric, and a real estate office.