1965: Out with the old, in with the new – Ehrlich’s

In April 1965, residents of East Stroudsburg witness a passing of an era as the old Ehrlich’s Market building at 107 Washington St. was razed, making way for the expansion of the East Stroudsburg Saving, Building and Loans Association.

A year earlier, the market had been moved to 112 N. Courtland St., the site of the former Abeloff Auto Exchange.

Ad for Ehrilich's Market published in The Daily Record during the early 1960s.

The new modern and spacious market had ample and easy accessible parking facilities, according to advertisements published during 1965 in The Daily Record.

The old Ehrlich's Market was razed in 1965.

Prior to the demolition of the former market, the vacant building was used by community organizations for events such as rummage sales.

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