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View Book #23: Guttenberger General Store on archive.org (opens in a new window) This binder contains articles and photos of ...Read More
A Guide To Essex & Middle River, Baltimore County's Finest Community on the Chesapeake Bay. Published by The Essex-Middle River ...Read More
View Book #39: Street Cars and Buses on archive.org (opens in a new window) This binder contains 43 pages of ...Read More
Rusty Sasser, who portrays Santa for the Heritage Society Annual Holiday Open House and Tree Lighting ...Read More
Our Historian Master Sergeant Paul Blitz recently returned from his year-long deployment in the Middle East. At his Welcome Home ...Read More
We are proud to host the Dosch Family exhibit as a new donation from our Essex community member, Mrs. Susan ...Read More
Heritage Society of Essex and Middle River President Terri Knachel visited a group of bottle collectors at Loch Raven High ...Read More
At our June meeting, Ronnie Alder was named the recipient of the Joe Schield Volunteer Award for his 125 hours ...Read More
Click photos to enlarge. Please consider joining us as a member go to help keep the best-kept secret in Essex ...Read More
Hosted by Museum President Terri Knachel, Cheryl Rosedale and Angel Ball, Super Hero Day 2017 featured face painting and crafting ...Read More
Sealovers Restaurant on Turkey Point Road which later became Turkey Point Inn, Runabouts and is now Laidback Lenny's ...Read More
"Joan Hensler stands in front of old Essex fire station with Alex Baumgartner, center, president of the Essex Historical group, ...Read More
This granite marker once stood at the corner of Mace and Franklin Avenues where it was placed in 1798 as ...Read More
Kenwood Bluebird Cheerleaders Champs Again, 2006 Publisher - Avenue News Date - 2006 Contributor - Dan Baldwin ...Read More