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Historic Columbia, KY: Group with Massie House in background



2013-06-03 - 200 Merchant Street, Columbia, KY - Photo from Hershel Harmon collection. Hershel Harmon shares this favorite old photo from his collection. It shows, from left, Montrie Beard Hayes, Hayden Harmon, and Nancy Litteral Rooks, with a car which looks to be from the post World War II era, and behind it, a pickup truck loaded with bags of feed, and behind that, the Massie House, later converted by Shirley Glasgow and James Woody into a business which continues today, the Adair County Southern States Cooperative store. The photo is taken on what appears to be a lot which now is, or is part of, the Columbia/Adair County Fire Department Building location.
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