Memories of “Old” Middle River by Jackie Nickel

Very limited copies of Jackie’s book remain. They are $6 including postage, payable by check, money order or well-concealed cash to:

Scott Huffines, 721 Rockaway Beach Ave., Essex MD 21221.

Copies of the book are also available in the Heritage Society of Essex and Middle River’s Gift Shop.

If you’d prefer, enjoy a free PDF of Jackie’s book below.

Memories of Old Middle River

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2 Responses to Memories of “Old” Middle River by Jackie Nickel

  1. jane smith bopp wiscott says:

    My great uncle Henry Volz owned the grocery store on Eastern Ave. and Harrison Ave. His wife was named Helen. Memories of going to that store for penny candy and ice cream. They later sold the business to Gershbeck. Volz Ave. Is still in Middle River. My roots are deep in Middle River. Born and raised there. It was a small town, and everybody knew everyone. Uncle Henry was my grandmother’s brother. (Maternal)

  2. Dave Brady says:

    I have a photo black and white of a area in Middle River that from what I have looked at is a early motel in the woods named Bradys. Does this ring a bell for anyone.
    It has hand painted white globes on posts that say Brady’s as well as a storefront with a hammock in front.

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