Fourth of July at the Brewster Store - #60, Print

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Fourth of July at the Brewster Store - #60, Print

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#60

print:  13.5" x 9.5" (20" x 16" matted)

Ever since the first edition of this card appeared in 1992, dozens of people have told Karen they recognized the man in the middle. 'That's my father,' many have said. Or 'He was my grandfather. ' Maybe you recognize someone in him too. It's a good feeling to be part of such an all-American holiday. When the bunting goes up, the store's Fourth-of-July festivities are never far behind.

Built in 1852 as a Universalist church, within a decade it had become a general store, and it has thrived in that role for over 135 years. 

The Brewster Store offers a visual and educational feast of antique fixtures, machinery, and memorabilia, with a wide variety of items to delight shoppers of all ages. The main floor features coffee and doughnuts, groceries, toys, and necessities. The Upper Hall is filled with fine gifts. The Brewster Scoop, underneath the store, is open summers to satisfy everyone's taste for ice cream.

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