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Hometown Fire in Mount Holly, New Jersey
Friday, October 17, 2003

I grew up in a Southern New Jersey town named Mount Holly. Although close to Philadelphia and the Jersey Shore, it had a small-town feel to it. I left to go to Berklee in 1976, which ended up being the last time I would live there except for the summers between the first three years.

More recently, one of my old friends from the neighborhood, Michael Hastings, contacted me through my website. We have continued to correspond, often regarding humorous literature. Recently he forwarded some photographs taken by Kathleen Hastings of a fire and it's results in the center of the downtown area.

The text is from the photographer. [click thumbnail for full-sized photo ]

For those of you familiar with town, it was in the former Goldy's Pharmacy, smack-dab in the center of town (where High, Mill and Washington Sts meet). The first picture was taken from White Street, just down from Robin's Nest.
photograph by Kathleen Hastings

#2 is the view from halfway down High St.
photograph by Kathleen Hastings
#3 is across the creek, shooting across Washington St., from the back yard of the Christmas shop.
photograph by Kathleen Hastings
At 7:30 Sat. AM, it was still smoking. I was able to get a little closer for these shots.
link to newspaper article:
http://www.phillyburbs.com/pb-dyn/
news/112-10122003-176461.html

link to tv station article:
http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/
news/101103_nw_mthollyfire.html


2 pictures that I took on Mon.

#078 was taken from standing next to LaVita's Pizza--next door to where Goldy's was. The basement is now filled in. The only thing standing is the back wall. You can see Robin's Nest Cafe across the street

#080 was taken from the opposite corner, on Mill St., looking down Washington. You can see the roof of the fire house on the left.


#082 was taken on High St., looking down the street. In the foreground is Sylken (my Honda)


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