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The original Daher's Shoe Store began in 1963 on Prospect Street in Methuen when Charles Daher purchased overstock shoes from Majestic Shoe Co. in Lawrence. In 1989 they had grown to three locations: Swan Street, the Methuen Mall and 27 Main Street in Andover. In 1992 Daher's moved the Andover location Daher's 68 Main Street. 
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Beverly Darling was well known for her sculptures of busts of children.  She was born in 1913 and died on April 2, 2007.
 
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The 27 Main Street location became Stride Rite Shoes.
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It became [[Andover Business - J.L. Coombs Shoe Store| J.L. Coombs Shoe Store]] in 2009
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* "Small Family Shoe Store Grows to Three Locations", ''Andover Townsman Advertising Supplement'', January 19, 1989, page 6a.
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*"Hands on Art is Her Strength", Eagle Tribune, January 4, 1998      
* "Dahers Went to School at Family's Shoe Store",'' Eagle Tribune'', April 19, 1992, page F1 and F5.
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*"Sculptures Stolen From Ill Artist's Yard, ''Eagle Tribune'', July 14, 2006
  
  
 
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Beverly Darling was well known for her sculptures of busts of children. She was born in 1913 and died on April 2, 2007.


See

  • "Hands on Art is Her Strength", Eagle Tribune, January 4, 1998
  • "Sculptures Stolen From Ill Artist's Yard, Eagle Tribune, July 14, 2006



--Eleanor 12:51, September 28, 2011 (EDT) back to Main Page