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on Wednesday, 01 June 2016. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

EVELYN WOODBERRY AND TYPING CLASS AT WILSON HIGH SCHOOL, 1971

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on Tuesday, 24 May 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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EAST EVANS STREET LOOKING EAST, CIRCA 1914

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on Tuesday, 17 May 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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THE SECOND CHURCH for First Baptist is pictured above, left, and inside with Dr. Harold Seaver, on right, circa 1949. This second sanctuary was dedicated in 1895 and served on the corner of Irby and Palmetto Streets until the present church opened in

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on Tuesday, 10 May 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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SOME OF FLORENCE’S MOST PROMINENT CITIZENS, members of First Presbyterian Church and veterans of the War Between the States are pictured around 1904 in front of the original church. Many are buried in Mount Hope Cemetery where a Confederate Day ceremony

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on Tuesday, 03 May 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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ONCE A STATELY HOME, the house at the corner of Pine and Dargan Streets is pictured in the 1950s. The house was next door to what is now Hamilton House Antiques. It was later demolished and Pee Dee Brace & Limb now occupies that corner.

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on Tuesday, 26 April 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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THE FLORENCE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ADVANCED BAND POSES IN FRONT OF THE SCHOOL IN 1954 Photo courtesy of Belinda Howle Bonnoitt

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on Wednesday, 20 April 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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WEST EVANS STREET, 100 BLOCK, LOOKING EAST, CIRCA 1947 – The Masonic Hall Building (most recently the home of the Art Trail Gallery) is pictured before the third floor was removed in 1950 for Woolworth to move in 1951. Next door is Efird’s Department

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on Wednesday, 13 April 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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LOOKING NORTH ON IRBY STREET NEAR THE INTERSECTION WITH PALMETTO STREET IN 1956 On the right is St. Anthony Catholic Church which was destroyed by fire in 1972

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on Wednesday, 06 April 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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SPRING BRANCH BAPTIST CHURCH AS IT LOOKED IN 1971 The congregation is celebrating its 168th anniversary this weekend. Look for details on page 2B

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on Wednesday, 30 March 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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FIRE HOUSE ON FRONT ST., 1905 Postcard – C.E. Summerford is the wagon driver. You can see the legs to the water tower on the right. The water tower helped solve water problems for the city. Photo courtesy of the late G. Wayne King.

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on Wednesday, 23 March 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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Miss Scarborough’s Senior Homeroom at McClenaghan High in 1949. First row, from left, Carolyn Hatchell, Joyce Ratliffe, Barbara Fields, Jane Orr, Betty Jean Seymour, Jo Ann Stone, Lucille Greene, Billie Nell Robertson; second row: Carolyn Hinds, Katherine

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on Wednesday, 16 March 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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THE EAST EVANS STREET ENTRANCE TO McCOWN SMITH DEPARTMENT STORE, CIRCA 1950 The white building on the left is on the corner of Evans and Dargan Streets. Photo courtesy of Tom Kinard

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on Wednesday, 09 March 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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The Flamingo Restaurant, located at 522 South Irby Street was opened by Gus Hondros in 1963. Andrew Kampiziones later joined him and ran the business until the property was purchased by Florence General Hospital in the mid 1980s. Photo courtesy of Helen D

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on Wednesday, 02 March 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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POOLSIDE VIEW OF THE HOLIDAY INN ON PALMETTO STREET, CIRCA 1970

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on Tuesday, 23 February 2016. Posted in Do you Remember?

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THE BEACON DRIVE-IN – Mitchell Chris Palles stands with his cousins visiting from New York in 1963. The Beacon, located on S. Irby Street, was owned and operated by Mr. Palles and his brother-in-law Pete Costas. It opened around 1952 and closed in 1968.
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