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Joe Moore says ironwork is from 1885 Courthouse



2013-05-24 - SW corner, Greensburg & High Streets, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Joe Moore
a walking encyclopedia on the courthouses of Adair County, says that the ironwork at this entrance to the Alta Garnett house was originally on the 1885 Adair County Courthouse. Mr. Moore was acting as a docent for the event, yesterday, sharing memories of the grand old house, one of Adair County's most important landmarks, with some of the crowd taking a preview look at the estate auction which takes place Saturday, May 25, 2013. The sale is expected to draw one of the biggest crowds to Downtown Columbia ever to such an event.

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