Once the Stauffer residence, now the location of the drug store.
Stauffer's Drug Store as it looked when it was located in the 200 block of East Main Street. Now the location of Lickity Split.
Notice the changes to the facade now that the building is home to the pharmacy.
The inside of the store in its current location, as it once looked. Pictured here are William Stauffer (our founder) and his son Wilford Stauffer.
The building that once stood on the ground now occupied by the drive-thru lanes. The drug store is visible at the left of the photo.
East Main Street, New Holland, looking west from just east of Railroad Avenue.
The storefront at 149 E Main St, during a 1¢ sale.
Inside 149 East Main Street during a 1¢ sale.
Advertising the One Cent Sale
The third generation Stauffer at Stauffer's Drug Store, Skip was father and grandfather, respectively, to current owners Jeff and Joshua Stauffer.
Another view of the store in its current location, prior to the 1960s renovation.
Another interior of the store at its current location. Notice the original tin ceiling.
The drug store as it appeared after a renovation in the mid-'60s. The front doors in this image are the same doors that remain on the store today.
This nighttime photo allows a view of the interior of the store through the broad front windows.
The view from just inside the front door after the mid-'60s renovation. At the time, the pharmacy counter was up the stairs to the left.
Looking up the steps towards the pharmacy counter. Today this opening to the upper level is gone, replaced by a wall and our first aid supplies section.
In decades past, Stauffer's Drug Store maintained a larger front store section than we do today, including this perfume section.
A view from behind the pharmacy counter, on the opposite side of the store in this photo from where it is today.