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Joe's Auto Laundry was started in 1942 at the corner of Washington and Federal Streets by the late Joe Palamara and his wife Ann.
  
 
The business moved to Norman Street in 1969 when the commuter rail tunnel was built under Washington Street.  
 
The business moved to Norman Street in 1969 when the commuter rail tunnel was built under Washington Street.  

Latest revision as of 12:57, 10 August 2018

Joe's Auto Laundry was started in 1942 at the corner of Washington and Federal Streets by the late Joe Palamara and his wife Ann.

The business moved to Norman Street in 1969 when the commuter rail tunnel was built under Washington Street.

Joe's Auto Laundry pumped gas, changed tires and did minor repairs but it was best known for car detailing.

Joe's was forced to close as the lease was expiring and the rent was going up.

They closed their door in October of 2006.

See Also

Vertical File in Salem Collection - Businesses #1

"Joe's Auto Laundry cleans its last car after 64 years" Salem News, Oct. 30, 2006, p. A2