Stories of a special neighborhood!
My Life at the Marshfield Hills General Store
Sherry Campbell Bechtold
Long before Steve Carell expanded his celebrity and became famous for his role as “country store owner”, the Marshfield Hills General Store had a century and a half history. The village of Marshfield Hills is populated by a wide cross section of humanity – some whose families date back to the Civil War, many who have moved there from other states and other countries. Some are successful business people, artists, writers, musicians, teachers doctors, celebrities – young, old and in between. The store has served as the center of village activities for decades and the walls have plenty of stories to tell!
In My Life at the Marshfield Hills General Store, Sherry introduces readers to many local characters and the stories that unfolded during her ‘turn’ as caretaker of the Store, which ended with its sale to Steve Carell at the end of 2008. With vintage and contemporary photographs, this collection of stories will be a welcome addition to the library of anyone who is familiar with the area, or who just loves anything pure Americana!
“….a blessing of a book.” – Ray Amorosi, Poet
“…a delightful read.” – Richard Wainwright, author of The Tale of the Scituate Lightkeeper’s Daughter
“…Sherry’s fine book thoughtfully and lovingly brings to life the store and its people for the 21st century.” – Dick Hall, Historian
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