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on Tuesday, 17 September 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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READY, SET ... HUT! The 1916 Florence High School football team.

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on Tuesday, 10 September 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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MERITA BREAD TOUR – Teacher Hazel Meserve and students from Delmae Heights Elementary School pose outside the Merita Bread plant following a tour, circa 1959. (Photo courtesy of Tom Holston.)

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on Tuesday, 03 September 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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MCCLENAGHAN GOLF TEAM 1958 – From left, Bob Anselmo, Billy Ayers, Billy Corbin, Buddy Baker, Billy Womack, John Orr, Don Greiner, and Coach Grant Bennett.

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on Tuesday, 27 August 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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THE GAMBLE’S HOTEL, CIRCA 1860, was located near the railroad tracks along Front Street. Confederate forces pushed back a Union Cavalry near this site on March 5, 1865, and the confrontation became known as The Skirmish of Gamble’s Hotel. Photo courtesy o

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on Tuesday, 20 August 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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SAUNDERS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL on S. Dargan Street in 1938. The building was torn down after a six-story tower was added in 1967. The hospital was renamed Florence General Hospital in 1972. Florence General and Bruce Hospital (across the street) were consolid

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on Tuesday, 13 August 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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MULDROW’S MILL IN SOUTH FLORENCE, CIRCA 1960s Photo courtesy of David C. Hewitt

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on Tuesday, 06 August 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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THE CAPRI THEATRE ON S. IRBY STREET Photo from the 1969 Southside High School Yearbook

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on Tuesday, 30 July 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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FLORENCE POLICE TRAFFIC OFFICERS – From left, Andy Griffin, S.M. Anderson, Richard Moore, J.C. Blackwell and Lt. Ray Eason are pictured in the traffic office in 1974. Photo courtesy of J.C. Blackwell.

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on Tuesday, 23 July 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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Dr. Frank McLeod stands with graduating nurses from the class of 1940 on the steps of the McLeod Infirmary. Photo courtesy of David C. Hewit.

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on Tuesday, 16 July 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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The Flamingo Restaurant, formerly 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

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on Tuesday, 09 July 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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COUNTRY SINGER TEX RITTER poses with Slim Mims, center, and his Dream Ranch Boys in the WJMX Radio Studio in the 1950s. Mims’ radio program, Dream Ranch Jamboree, was a popular show in Florence. He and his band were also on television on WBTW in Florence

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on Tuesday, 02 July 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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Florence High School, circa 1943. Shown at left are the officers of the graduating class of 1943: Dick Dusenbury, president; Bryant Hicks, vice-president; and Betty Lou Hickey, secretary.

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on Tuesday, 25 June 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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FIVE POINTS FILLING STATION – Photo taken between 1916 and 1920. Photo courtesy of Mrs. Frank Key Jr.

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on Tuesday, 18 June 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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The interior of Ziegler’s Drug Store as it looked in the 1920s. The drug store was located on the northwest corner of West Evans and North Dargan streets.

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on Tuesday, 11 June 2019. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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PALMETTO MARKET AND COLD STORAGE (1921)
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