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What’s the Deal With: The former Fairhaven Pharmacy?

History lesson unveils surgeries, a basement museum

A black and white photo of Fairhaven Pharmacy at its prime.
The Fairhaven Pharmacy was one of the oldest businesses in Bellingham, having opened in 1889. A copy of this photograph of the pharmacy hangs inside 1204 Harris Ave. and shows owner Charles Finnegan, left, in 1902. The longstanding business closed in 2015. (Photo courtesy of the Gordon Tweit Collection)
By Audra Anderson Assistant Editor
If you’ve ever been caught on a long waitlist to eat at the Black Cat, located on the third floor
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