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Crescent Moon over Barger Insurance, neighbors

2014-06-23 - 300 Quadrant, Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Even with all the busy work getting the waterline across Greensburg Street, one could help but notice the crescent moon. The business strip above is includes Jim Flowers' Edward D Jones agency; Susan Loy and Stephen Keen's Barger Insurance Agency, and Phyllis Gooden's 4Seasons Consignment Store. (Many will also remember when the building occupied by Edward D. Jones and Barger Insurance was the biggest dedicated variety store in Columbia, Ben Franklin, and the 4-Seasons Store was C.R. Hutchison & Sons Hardware.)

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