Throwback Thursday – Historically Speaking

Throwback Thursday – Historically Speaking


Here is a photo of the North East corner of the public square, circa 1920.

According to Washington County Historical Society Historian Jeremy Elliott, you can see the old Hotel Alvis building, which was torn down for a jewelry store and is now El Maguey’s Mexican restaurant.

Also, note the bay windows above the old Sears and Roebuck building and the stately trees surrounding the courthouse square.

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Also the old house on the north corner that was torn down for the old Murphy’s Mart store.