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Historical Woolley residence on East High Street, 1946

Posted on September 27, 2017 | in Uncategorized | by

The Woolley residence, a 131-year-old, two-story brick house at 116 East High Street, in March 1946. The house was to be torn down to provide room for a 186-space parking lot, a used-car shop and a filling station. The lot is beside Calvary Baptist Church. At that time, it was owned by C. F. Glenn, head of the Glenn Motor Co. Published in the Lexington Leader on March 22, 1946. Herald-Leader Archive Photo

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