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Letter: Clarification requested on Historic Greensburg photo

Comments re photo 41491 Historic Greensburg KY A Ennis never closed in 1958

Darrell Davis writes:
Clarify: I lived near Greensburg Ky in the mid 90's and seem to remember a small place called "The Headhunters Cafe" on the square in Greensburg. They advertised a "slawburger and a bottle of ski as one of there menu items. Was this in any way the same as your establishment.

- Darrell Davis
Darrell, thanks for writing. They are one-and-the-same. For more information, we recommend this photo from our archives: A lot going on in Greensburg, KY: Coffee shop and more.

We're not sure of the current status of the businesses, though. Hopefully a reader in Greensburg will send us a current photo of Greensburg.

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