Remembering the People of Grover Cronin

Grover Cronin Store
Join Philip Cronin at the Waltham Public Library on Monday April 6th at 7:00 pm for memories of Grover Cronin’s. Philip, one of the storied Cronin family, will be giving a talk on his years with the store and the people there who made it a success for so many years. He has donated thirty years of the Grover Cronin Compass to the Library’s Local History Room, and the thirty volumes will be there for you to browse through. Come join us for a fascinating talk and reception with coffee, tea and cookies!
posted by Janice

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  1. Comment by Judith Van Why
    July 16, 2013 @ 4:06 am

    I modeled at Cronins from 1967 to 1971 any info about the girls.

  2. Comment by sandra k. henderson
    December 23, 2013 @ 9:15 pm

    In 1959 I was an assistant in the stationery, book, candy dept. for Mr. Kelly. Then in 1960 I went to the cosmetics dept. as an assistant buyer. I also did modeling for the store while working there. What a great store to work for. Everyone was so nice, and the merchandise was first class. My favorite depts. were on the second floor. All the designer clothes I modeled came from designer fashions.. I remember the Ann Fogarty collection and made sure to purchase some of her things, one of which was a gorgeous velvet dress for the holidays. After two years or so I decided to join Northeast airlines as a stewardess and did some traveling and was married. But I will always have fond memories of Grover Cronin and the staff.

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