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Harpers Ferry Confectionery

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Harpers Ferry Confectionery

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The enticing smell of bread, cakes, candies, and pies undoubtedly attracted many customers to Frederick Roeder's Confectionery, making it a prosperous business from 1845 to 1861. In addition to his store, it is reported that he carried small pies to the train station to sell to hungry passengers before the days of dining cars. By 1856 Roeder was so successful that he enlarged his building by one and a half stories, creating much needed space for his business and family of seven children. Thriving in his adopted homeland, this German baker turned skills from his native country into sumptious treats for his friends, neighbors and community.

Location:
West Virginia,Harpers Ferry,25425
Identifier:
2011.1022.0055

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