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on Tuesday, 27 March 2018. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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THE U.S. POST OFFICE, front entrance facing West Evans St., with decorated podium/platform probably for Veterans Day program. Photo taken on Nov. 11, 1949 by Pete Thornell.

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on Tuesday, 13 March 2018. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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CONCRETE CANOPIES LINE THE 100 BLOCK OF WEST EVANS STREET The canopies were installed during a downtown renewal project in 1976 and removed around 1985.

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on Tuesday, 06 March 2018. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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WOOLWORTH’S – This photo taken around 1963 shows Dorothy Holston who ran the pet department at the back of Woolworth’s Five and Dime when the store was located on the northwest corner of West Evans and Irby Streets. Photo courtesy of her son, Tom Holston.

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on Tuesday, 20 February 2018. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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AERIAL VIEW OF THE PEE DEE SANATORIUM FROM A 1938 PUBLICATION ABOUT FLORENCE

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on Tuesday, 13 February 2018. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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JONES AUTO WRECKING when it was located on North Sanborn Street, 1938 Photo from a 1938 publication featuring pictures and information about Florence County

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on Tuesday, 06 February 2018. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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RIDING THE BOOSE – Young children enjoy a ride in the caboose at Choo Choo Kiddie Land owned and run by Pete Thornell. It was located on S. Irby Street, near the Auto Zone store. It included a midget go cart race track where races were held on Saturday ni

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on Tuesday, 30 January 2018. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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MAE THORNELL leads the Ladies of the Victory Corp in a parade in downtown Florence during World War II. Photo, circa 1942, was taken by Mrs. Thornell’s husband, Pete Thornell, owner of Super X Stations, Photo courtesy of Peggy Elmore Key.

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on Tuesday, 23 January 2018. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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POSTCARD PHOTO FLORENCE COUNTRY CLUB, circa 1925

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on Tuesday, 16 January 2018. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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PETE THORNELL’S SUPER X STATION was located on South Irby Street near where Orangeland is today. The photo was taken by Mr. Thornell in the early 1940s. Photo is courtesy of his niece, Peggy Key.

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on Tuesday, 09 January 2018. Posted in Do you Remember?

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SNOWFALL ON FEB. 24, 1989 sticks to Palmetto tree fronds in front of the Old Post Office at corner of West Evans and Irby Streets. The Florence Trust Building can be seen above the trees.

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on Tuesday, 02 January 2018. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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THE AIR AND MISSILE MUSEUM which was located near the Florence Airport. This photo was taken in the mid 1980s. The museum was established in 1964 and closed in December of 1997.

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on Tuesday, 26 December 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

A STEAM LOCOMOTIVE PASSES OVER THE PALMETTO STREET UNDERPASS IN 1945 PHOTO FROM THE SCDOT ARCHIVES

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on Tuesday, 19 December 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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SOUTH CAROLINA SUPREME COURT JUDGES – D. Gordon Baker, former Florentine and Chief Justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court, is pictured third from left. He served on the S.C. Supreme Court beginning in 1935, and was Chief Justice from 1943-1956. Pictu

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on Tuesday, 12 December 2017. Posted in Do you Remember?

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CHRISTMAS DANCE MCCLENAGHAN HIGH SCHOOL in December 1952. Betsy Allen (Padgett) is third from right. Others not identified.

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on Tuesday, 05 December 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS ON 100 BLOCK OF WEST EVANS 1990 Looking west, Trust Building on left
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