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Olden Times Mystery Photo #4

Olden Times Mystery Photo #4 has been submitted by Adair County author/historian Carlis B. Wilson.

If anyone knows the names of the couple in the photo, the community location, and the occupations of the man, send the answers to: ed@columbiamagazine.com

The first correct entry received will be awarded a copy of Drifting And Dreaming: The Story Of Songwriter Haven Gillespie, about the Kentucky song writer who wrote "Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town."

Note 2003-12-21. After 3 days, a winner: Click here for ANSWER Olden Times Mystery Photo Contest #4
E-mail Mr. Wilson : cbwilson34@yahoo.com


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Olden Times Mystery Photo Contest #4



2004-12-20 - Adair County, KY - Photo Collection of Carlis B. Wilson. Can you identify this couple? Olden Times Mystery Contest Photo #4 is a favorite of Adair County author/historian Carlis B. Wilson. For more information on this contest, click Read More.
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