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David Hill sends new information of Strand, Talt's barber shop

We had previously labeled the Strand as being in Jamestown; but David Hill says it was on Main Street in Russell Springs, beside Talt Montgomery's Barber Shop. The Mary Agnes was in Jamestown, KY. It was all explained in the the article: Russell Co., KY, historian pinpoints date of Star Theatre photo

David Hill writes:
The picture of the Strand Theater was on Main Street in Russell Springs. The building on the right was Talt Montgomery's barber shop and his wife's Molly Montgomery's beauty shop. The theater in Jamestown was the Mary Agnes owned by Jack Story. - David Hill
Comments re photo 30263 The Strand in Russell Springs, KY The Star in Russell Springs KY



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