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Country Store of Concord

Monument Square in Concord Center

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If my daughters can’t have this or the F H Trumbull Sign ( their Great Grandfather, who founded The Country Store) then I am glad it will be seen in your Museum And not forgotten. It was more than a Store- it was an integral part of the people’s lives who shopped there and whose kids first went there for Penny Candy and grew up getting all of their clothes there! And a big shout out to the Heavens for dear “Mrs. Nick” who manned that Penny Candy Counter for many many years!! John Don’t you also have the Carousel Horse?

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Jeff Green
Jeff Green
Sep 16, 2021

John, you're exactly right--lots of fond memories. It was good for practicing your arithmetic skills to plan your candy purchase, though the ladies who sold the candy used clickers to keep track of the price.

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John Boynton
John Boynton
Sep 15, 2021

You won't meet a native Concordian older than 50 who doesn't remember the penny candy counter at the Country Store:


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