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Ingram & Murrell Match holder advertising piece

2012-05-08 - 200 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Julie Combs. Julie Combs of Day and Day Feed and Pet, Columbia, KY got these two match holder advertising pieces from a customer. "Gary and Anthony Day's, great grandparents were the Ingram family who had the store in your previous article. I believe that story was about the firm ca 1912," she writes. Gary and Anthony day are the current owners of another Adair County heritage firm, Day & Day Feed and Seed, which has been in business now for 56 years, since 1956. (Photo from expansion 5 years ago See also: Southwest Corner Columbia, KY Square - W.I. Ingram Bldg. Clicking ReadMore accesses Early Occupants of the Firestone/Arnold Building, 1898-1918 by Mike Watson and his wayward cousin, JIM
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