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Dennis Kemp remembers White & Cash Dept. Store

He remembers mother's account that White Cash - which came from family names - was once in the business house which later was the location of Lerman's Dept. Store, Dollar General Store, and Columbiana Institute

Dennis Kemp writes:
The sign painted on this store read: "White Cash Dept. Store. "My grandmother: Minnie Ann Tupman, born in 1888, used to take my mother, born in 1921, shopping there in the twenties and early thirties. The family names: White & Cash, were the last names of the two business owners who were partners in the department store. Thanks, -Dennis Kemp
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