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Comments re article 40380: JIM: In 1913 an oldtimer looked back on a changed Columbia KY
Catherine Tutt Green writes November 5, 2010:
Curious as to what was "the old Tutt Building"? Really enjoyed reading this and have enjoyed looking through my Grandmother's, Carrie Grissom Montgomery's, photos of the Square with horse and buggies!!! I am sure the Square and town have changed a lot from the writers time, but each generation has certainly put their mark on Columbia. -Catherine Tutt GreenThanks. Hope we'll get to post some of those photos you mention. -Ed Waggener
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