fbpx

This Day in Norwood History-January 13, 1948-Norwood Salvage Has Large Stock Of Merchandise

Norwood Salvage Has Large Stock Of Merchandise

Antique Collector’s paradise, is a good way to describe the Norwood Salvage Company. Inside view shows just about everything under the sun to be bought or repaired. (Staff Photo by Lou Cibotti)

No matter what it is you’re looking for you’ll find just what you need at the Norwood Salvage Company, 1199 Washington street, South Norwood, which has a large stock of merchandise from a gas stove to a baby carriage.

The Norwood Salvage Company is owned and operated by Ben Oppenheim, veteran of World War II, who opened the shop just two months after receiving his discharge from the army. Since that time, Mr. Oppenheim has built a line business on his motto “we buy everything, including junk.”

There may be gold in your attic or cellar, so why not look around and if you find something you want to sell then get on the phone and call NOrwood 7 2315, as Mr. Oppenheim is on the market for anything you may wish to dispose of. To you it may be something that is just gathering dust, but to Mr. Oppenheim it may be just what one of his customers is looking for.

At the Norwood Salvage Company you’ll find furniture including ice boxes, bureaus, tables, stoves, chairs, cloth rugs, beds, camp heaters, gas plates, oil burners, floor and table lamps, kitchen sets, wood stoves, gas stoves, plumbing supplies, baby carriages and hundreds of other items that nine times out of ten you are unable to find.

Drop in at the Norwood Salvage Company and you will -be sure to find in slock just the item you’ve been seeking.

This Day in Norwood History-February 1, 1947-Norwood Salvage Co Buys Everything, Including Junk

This Day in Norwood History-February 1, 1947-Norwood Salvage Co Buys Everything, Including Junk

“We buy anything, including junk,” is the slogan of the Norwood Salvage Co, 1199 Washington street, South Norwood. Owner Ben Oppenheim is in the market right now for all kinds…

This Day In Norwood History-February 1, 1927-NORWOOD TO HAVE ITS FIRST TITLE SWIM TOMORROW NIGHT

This Day In Norwood History-February 1, 1927-NORWOOD TO HAVE ITS FIRST TITLE SWIM TOMORROW NIGHT

The first championship swimming event ever held in the pool of the Norwood Civic Association will take place tomorrow evening when competition is held for the women’s New England A.…

This Day in Norwood History-February 1, 1947-Last Tribute Paid To Dr. Frederick Albert Cleveland

This Day in Norwood History-February 1, 1947-Last Tribute Paid To Dr. Frederick Albert Cleveland

One of Norwood’s most distinguished citizens, Dr. Frederick Albert Cleveland, P.H.B., Ph.D., passed away at 2:10 o’clock Saturday morning at the Norwood Hospital. He was in his 81st year. Friends…

This Day in Norwood History-January 31, 1957-George F. Willett’s Proposal For Forbes Mansion Property

This Day in Norwood History-January 31, 1957-George F. Willett’s Proposal For Forbes Mansion Property

George F. Willett Asks Chance To Be Heard Claiming that the interests of the community would best be served by establishing an engineering school at the Forbes Mansion as part…

Related Posts

error: Content is protected !!
%d bloggers like this:
search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close