Mott's

Mott's built this building in a modern style with big wooden arches in front in 1958. Bess Myerson, the first Jewish Miss America (1945), came to the opening ceremonies. The store became Mott's Shop Rite in 1966. By 1987, the new "superstores" were too much competition for Mott's and they closed. This is now the home of the Hopewell Baptist Church. © Windsor Historical Society.


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