Picturing Our History

Lunch time

    In the late 1950s and early 1960s, students from Ashland Public School like these three classmates would walk to Lohr’s Locker, located at 14th and Boyd streets, every day during their lunch hour. The students bought candy and snacks from Mrs. Lohr at the small market located on the west end of the meat market. In the background, the narrow posts located on the street corners are street signs. The names of the street were engraved on the cement markers. (Photo provided by the Ashland Historical Society)

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