Colonial Stores
Various Locations throughout the Peninsula
Courtesy of
groceteria.net/colonial/
Courtesy of
groceteria.net/colonial/
- Dave Spriggs ('64)
of VA - 05/15/04
Thanks, Dave!
- Dave Spriggs ('64)
of VA - 05/15/04
Thanks, Dave!
THEN:
1957 Anchor  - p. 188 Courtesy of Dave Spriggs ('64)
of VA - 05/15/04
Thanks, Dave!
Courtesy of Eric Huffstutler (Bethel HS - '75)
of VA - 04/05/09
Thanks, Eric!
05/16/04 05/16/04 05/16/04
 
THEN: THEN AND NOW:
A history of the Colonial Stores chain -
as well as several images of the Colonial Store in Hampton - may be seen on this fascinating web site maintained
by David Gwynn:

http://www.groceteria.net/colonial/

http://www.groceteria.net/
colonial/colonial2.html

..Speaking of Calvary, I found some pictures
my dad took and developed of the original structure as the Educational Building was
being built.  This was about 1952 or 53. 
My sis was born in February of '52 and she
was not yet one, so it might be '52. 
You can also see the old
Colonial Store
on the corner!! 
Sarah's image of the North End Colonial Store made me want to capture the "Now" image. Incidentally, Colonial Stores evolved from
the Pender chain. The creator of that chain, David Pender, once lived in a home
about 100 yards from mine here in Norfolk.
Courtesy of Sarah Puckett Kressaty ('65) of VA -
09/11/04
WOWZERS!  Thanks, Sarah!
Image by Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA -
 01/29/05
Thanks, Dave!
Thanks to Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA
for alerting us to this site - 05/15/04

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