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Samples of some of the latest items added to our on line shop!

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Samples of some of the latest items added to our on line shop!  https://www.harfordhistory.org/shop/

It's PHOTO FRIDAY! Featured this week is a photo of a gathering at the Little Falls Friends Meeting House in Fallston in the 1890's.

Do you have a photo to share for an upcoming PHOTO FRIDAY? Email us at photos@harfordhistory.org. Learn more about the Historical Society of Harford County here: www.harfordhistory.org/support-us/
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Its PHOTO FRIDAY!  Featured this week is a photo of a gathering at the Little Falls Friends Meeting House in Fallston in the 1890s.  Do you have a photo to share for an upcoming PHOTO FRIDAY?  Email us at photos@harfordhistory.org.  Learn more about the Historical Society of Harford County here: https://www.harfordhistory.org/support-us/

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Still there, still active, all welcome! Love our Meetings at Little Falls and Deer Creek.

John Sullivan

My 5x great grand parents are buried in the graveyard there.

Is this that odd stone house on Rt 1 near Birroteca & Bob Bell Chevy?

Great photo ! I’ve never seen this one.

I vaguely remember a sign growing up…where exactly was this in Fallston?

Mara Dilson Walter

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Have you checked out our on line store lately? We have added a lot of items and will continue to add things weekly.

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Have you checked out our on line store lately?  We have added a lot of items and will continue to add things weekly.  https://www.harfordhistory.org/product-category/virtual-yardsale/

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What is the magnification on the eye glasses? If I can use them, I'd totally wear them when acting as a docent!

It's PHOTO FRIDAY! Pictured here is Dr. Howard Kelly's field in the late 1930's. The Howard Park houses were built here in the 1950's.

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Its PHOTO FRIDAY!  Pictured here is Dr. Howard Kellys field in the late 1930s.  The Howard Park houses were built here in the 1950s.  Join the Historical Society of Harford County!  Learn more here: https://www.harfordhistory.org/support-us/

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Interesting mix of breeds. Some dairy (Jerseys and Guernseys) and some beef (Hereford and Angus?). Thanks for posting this one.

Amazing photo, thank you for posting!

the late Clyde Dennis and his family farmed these fields...raised a ton of tomatoes.

Running down Kelly Avenue !

Great share. I grew up in Howard Park. Where was that barn located?

I hope they don't run the stop sign at Thomas Street

Wow!!!

Where Is this?

Love this

Great picture!!!!!

Mine was built in 1949

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It's PHOTO FRIDAY! Today's feature is our very own Historical Society of Harford County Headquarters, being built in February, 1936 as the Bel Air Post Office.

To learn more about the Historical Society of Harford County, to become a member, or find out how you can support us, click here: www.harfordhistory.org/support-us/. If you have a photo to share for an upcoming PHOTO FRIDAY feature, email us at photos@harfordhistory.org!
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Its PHOTO FRIDAY!   Todays feature is our very own Historical Society of Harford County Headquarters, being built in February, 1936 as the Bel Air Post Office.  To learn more about the Historical Society of Harford County, to become a member, or find out how you can support us, click here: https://www.harfordhistory.org/support-us/.  If you have a photo to share for an upcoming PHOTO FRIDAY feature, email us at photos@harfordhistory.org!

New from Harford County Government!Maps of #Harford County dating to the 1800s are now online and interactive, giving citizens the opportunity to look back in time! Read more here: www.harfordcountymd.gov/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/1943
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🇺🇸 Happy 4th weekend and PHOTO FRIDAY! Today we are featuring some historical celebrations of July 4th in Bel Air. Pictured bottom right is the Army marching in front of the Argonne Theater on July 4, 1943. The other two photos showcase Bel Air parades in the 1970's. There is no better way to celebrate Independence Day than enjoying some of the wonderful activities and parades in Harford County this weekend! 🇺🇸

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🇺🇸 Happy 4th weekend and PHOTO FRIDAY!   Today we are featuring some historical celebrations of July 4th in Bel Air.  Pictured bottom right is the Army marching in front of the Argonne Theater on July 4, 1943.  The other two photos showcase Bel Air parades in the 1970s.  There is no better way to celebrate Independence Day than enjoying some of the wonderful activities and parades in Harford County this weekend!  🇺🇸  To learn more about the Historical Society of Harford County visit us at www.harfordhistory.org.

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I marched with the NHHS band in the Belair and Havre de Grace parades. I remember in particular one very hot July 4th. I felt for the drummers as they didn't get to stop playing when the rest of us did.

watch these parades and participated as well, some years it was soooo hot but endured. Thanks for the memories

Thank you for sharing. I love these photos. I would have been marching in the band in the 70's for several years. Might I point out, those uniforms were made of very heavy wool material and it didn't matter how hot it was during that time, you wore the uniform. Now days, they wear shorts and T-shirts!!

Hello my name is Jennifer Adams I used to March in a band called The Lads and lassies and I have no pictures is there anyway I can find any pictures of that marching group lads and lassies I believe it was in the seventies. If you have any information please let me know. Thank you

This is so amazing

Good days

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