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  • Billy Roberts talks old times at Myrtle's Market

    To mark Myrtle's Market Customer Appreciation Day, Billy Roberts talks about his time in Myrtle Beach and shows off the old photographs at the farmers market on the corner of Oak Street and Mr. Joe White Avenue on Wednesday. Roberts has photographs he's taken showing before, during and after Hurricane Hazel; the different city halls; the first Chamber of Commerce office; numerous photographs of his time as a Myrtle Beach Police officer; and one photograph of a whiskey still he and other officers found. Roberts also has artifacts he's discovered in the area such as a mastodon tooth and a whale vertebrae.

Billy Roberts talks old times at Myrtle's Market

To mark Myrtle's Market Customer Appreciation Day, Billy Roberts talks about his time in Myrtle Beach and shows off the old photographs at the farmers market on the corner of Oak Street and Mr. Joe White Avenue on Wednesday. Roberts has photographs he's taken showing before, during and after Hurricane Hazel; the different city halls; the first Chamber of Commerce office; numerous photographs of his time as a Myrtle Beach Police officer; and one photograph of a whiskey still he and other officers found. Roberts also has artifacts he's discovered in the area such as a mastodon tooth and a whale vertebrae.
Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com