GERMANTOWN, Md. – Mid-Atlantic Federal credit union has turned the walls of its Germantown branch/headquarters into an art gallery. The work of local artist Enid Romanek and Montgomery County historian Michael F. Dwyer are on display in the facility and help maintain a sense of community. Focusing on Montgomery County, Romanek’s prints feature famous landmarks that have been visited by many Montgomery County families. In addition, the photographs displayed in the building are only a fraction of a series of black and white photographs taken by Dwyer in the 1970s as part of a survey of historic buildings designed to meet the requirements of Montgomery County historic preservation laws. His pictures include general stores, churches and other buildings.

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