Dr. R.C. Seamans Jr., chief engineer of RCA’s missile electronics and controls division, Burlington, MA
The sand pit at the top of the image is now Wegmans. The white dome is now the movie theater but was Microwave Associates in this pic. Across the street, the Burlington Mall area was Acme Sand & Gravel.
Pine Glen Elementary School students, grades four and five, 1963
Burlington Lumber, on Chestnut Ave. behind La Cascia’s.
Bob Murray, Burlington developer
1963 Chevy Bel Air in woods near Fox Hill Elementary School. Note the Fisher body emblem. Those were billed as “time-proof.” Well, the body hasn’t lived up to that billing, but the emblem has!
This is now the Gulf station on the corner of Terry Ave.
This building is still next to AJ Rose
Carbone’s Super Market, now Domino’s Pizza and Burlington Family Dental
Bare Bottom Tanning Salon now has this same address.