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Toyland sale at The Dillon Drug Co, Columbia, KY - in 1927

2017-12-02 - 204 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo from the collection of JIM.
This image from the December 6, 1927 News. G.W. Dillon of Breeding bought the Russell & Taylor Drug Store on the square in July 1922 and took over management on August 1st. Mr. Dillon died in April 1930 and before the end of May, his widow sold the business to Dr. Thomas Brown and wife, then residents of Campbellsville. (In that era, pharmacists ofttimes were accorded the honorific of "Doctor".) Toward the end of 1957, Mr. Brown sold the operation to a young man named John D. Lowe III.

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