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Why the mystery door was no mystery to Melissa Stone

2013-04-11 - 205 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Melissa Stone. Melissa Stone writes "How kind of you to make a donation in our honor! Thank you very much! The attached photo shows how I knew the door. During Downtown Days in 2010, it was quite a warm day and two of my favorite men, my father - Jimmy Stone, and brother - Lenny Stone were resting in one of the few shady spots around - on the porch of the house with this lovely door. I took this and several other photos around that porch, including one of the door alone and another of the beautiful stained glass window beside it. Thanks again! - Melissa Stone Thanks, Melissa Stone for participating and for helping keep Adair Countians aware of this treasured spot. The house would make a super private residence, a dinner house, a parsonage a now or future urban congregation, or as an official residence for a County Judge Executive. It's historic. Patty Nall once lived there. The late Mayor Charles Marshall thought it would have been a fine place to raise a family, run enterprises, do all the beneficial meddling one needs to do in town, or from which to conduct affairs of state as a Mayor. But I digress, thank you and Judith Phipps for helping Chromebooks for Casey . I still have to make good on a donation in her honor for knowing the mystery door location. - ED WAGGENER
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