Installation Bethel #24 Indian Head MD 6:14:55 - Charlotte Smell Burnell
Warren and Theresa Adams circa early 1940's in front yard of the family's home on Stark Road in Indian Head. - Mike Adams
Hank Knott delivering Indian Head’s second fire truck circa 1951 - Hank Knott
The Adams siblings... (Left to right standing) Arlo, Warren, Barbara (Kneeling) Audrey and Paul Jr. Pic was taken in front of 109 Stark Road in Indian Head in 1951.
The final stages of the Ely’s demolition. Looks like only the old Melrose Drugstore and High’s remain.
L to R: #1 ___?_____, #2 Nolan James Bramell, #3 Milton Bramell (Nolan's father) #4 ____?_______ #5 Tom Posey, (Elwood), #6 Smokey Clark. - Courtesy of Jean Alice Bramell.
Ely's, Ben Franklin, Liquor Store, High's and Melrose Drug Store. - Arthur J. Diggs
Old A & P Store and Peoples Drug Store - Arthur J. Diggs
Black Box Theater - Ondian Head, Maryland - Karen Williams
Post Office in Indian Head, Maryland
Indian Head Post Office - Indian Head, Maryland - Karen Williamms
Old Indian Head homes that have benn removed from off of Patton Road - Karen Williams
U.S. Naval Powder Factory, Indian Head, Maryland
Recreation Center, Theater and skating rink
Snow on cars in Indian Head, MD
Strauss Avenue looking north
L to R: In front of Slavin's Drug Store is Sylvia (Altier) Peterson, Elsie Altier, June Altier and William Altier.
This is the building known many years ago as the Long Horn. This was the Longhorn. The building to the right was the Gateway. The Gateway was the first building outside the gate.
The white building to the far left was Alton Allen's body shop in the 70s.
The Long Horn Building. Mexican Restaurant in the 1970's
The Long Horn - Mexican Restaurant
The Indian Head Post Office of our time is now.............
Ribbon cutting ceremony. John Thomas Parrin is to the left of the lady.
Post Office and Old homes that no longer exist.
Photo looking North away from plant. The buildings on the right have been demolished.
Old Indian Head Post Office with both wings attached. Now used as a senior citizens community center. 2011 photo
Long Horn alley past the oil tank in previous picture.
Long Horn Restaurant Alley
First Lackey High School drawing
Lackey High School Cupola from original Lackey.
I.G.A. Stores - Able Brothers and Brown, Indian Head, Maryland
Don't ever recall what was in this building. I know the brick work is not that old.
Different view of tower. Photo taken in 2011.
Cupola looking toward plant.
Corner of Pye and Indian Head Highway. 2011
Fire guts part of old school.
Fire guts Indian Head Elementary School.
The Cupola from the First Lackey High School in Indian Head, Maryland. 101 Years old.
Back end of apartment. You can see where someone attempted to side this building, but it didn't stand-up to the weather (formerly the Gateway Inn).
The Marker at the base of the Cupola from the first Lackey High School - 2011 Photo
A & P and People's Drug Store
"Between the brown building and the one that is white on top is a set of outside stairs that went up to the apartment (the big window, 2nd floor) which I lived in for several years. Before me, a Carpenter lived there and he rebuilt that apartment. - Tom Burke
Indian Head Town Hall (Bank)
Schwartz Store on Strauss Avenue in 1919 Store burned in 1926 - Courtesy of SMStudies
Ely's Department Store 1951 - 1969
1941-1951 Elys Dept Store - Corner of Mattingly Ave & Strauss Ave AKA Mattingly Dept Store & Cindy's Restaurant
Parran's Insurance Agency
Jack Quinn's Saloon and Mattingly's Store
1946 May Queen Opal Willis - Photo by August Selkmann
Ely's Department Store from 1951 to 1969
Indian Head - McWilliams Ford
Indian Head Pharmacy and Barber
Indian Head Strauss Avenue 1940
Indian Head Town Hall (Bank)
Indian Head's main street on a busy afternoon
Townhouses in the Riverwatch Development
Taken in front of the skating rink
Schwartz Store on Strauss Avenue in 1919 Store burned in 1926 - Courtesy of Southern Maryland Studies
Indian Head Parade. in front of Weiner's Department Store
Indian Head abandoned building
Joe R. Killen looking in one of the many Indian Head Buildings Closed
Ely’s Building stands empty
Empty Buildings of days gone by
Carpenter and McWilliams originally
1928-1931 Site of Elys Dept Store
Recreation Hall on Navy Base
NOS Civilian Housing on Mason Rosd
Russell Speake Indian Head Business Association Float
Carpenter's Garage in Indian Head
Town Hall Donation to the Town of Indian Head
Reeses Restuarant First Store
Junior High School King & Queen early 1950's
Recreation Hall, Theater and Skating Rink
Indian Head Buildind Closed
Weiner's Department Store
Mrs Biles, mother of Elmer Biles.
Biles Bakery at the top of the hill on the left in Indian Head. Prior to that it was a barber shop. - 1941.
Elmer Shepherd Biles, with his parents. Louise Schmitt Biles and Elmer Joseph Biles in their bakery. - 1941-42
Lackey Elementary School on fire.
Old Indian Head Post Office
CD Carry Out at night outside