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on Tuesday, 27 June 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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IRBY STREET LOOKING NORTH – This 1918 picture postcard shows stately homes along Irby Street, block unknown.

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on Tuesday, 20 June 2017. Posted in Do you Remember?

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on Tuesday, 13 June 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

SOUTHSIDE HIGH SCHOOL FALCON FLYLEAF STAFF – From left Gayle Hutchinson, Gloria Keefe, Norma Leach, Jean Pitts and Libby Lee as pictured in the 1967 yearbook, El Falco. The Class of 1967 celebrates their 50th high school reunion this weekend with activiti

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on Tuesday, 06 June 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

TAL WILLIAMS CHEVYLAND ON SOUTH IRBY STREET IN 1967 Photo from the 1967 Southside High School Yearbook

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on Tuesday, 23 May 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

LAKE’S CORNER – F.U. Lake’s Drug Store is pictured on left in this postcard, circa 1920, which also shows businesses along the 100-block of East Evans Street. All of the buildings have since been demolished and a new East Evans Street was cut this year wh

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on Tuesday, 16 May 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

SOAP BOX DERBY – Steve Singleton captured Florence’s 1967 Soap Box Derby Championship and proceeded to Akron, Ohio to compete for the national title.  Photo from the 1967 Southside High School yearbook.

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on Tuesday, 02 May 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

DR. MCLEOD WITH THE GRADUATING NURSES FROM THE CLASS OF 1940 ON THE STEPS OF THE MCLEOD INFIRMARY– Photo courtesy of David C. Hewitt

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on Tuesday, 25 April 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

THE HERMAN HOUSE RESTAURANT, 236 WEST PALMETTO STREET, AS PICTURED IN THE 1966 SOUTHSIDE HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK

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on Tuesday, 18 April 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

WORLD WAR 1 SOLDIERS ARE PICTURED ON THE FRONT STEPS OF THE POST OFFICE, circa 1918 The only soldier identified in Gus Haynie, second from the right on the first row. He was the grandfather of Ricky Weeks. Anyone who can identify others is asked to call

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on Tuesday, 11 April 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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MULDROW’S MILL IN SOUTH FLORENCE, CIRCA 1960s Photo courtesy of David C. Hewitt

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on Tuesday, 28 March 2017. Posted in Do you Remember?

ST ANTHONY SCHOOL – Students are lined outside the school building (located behind St. Anthony Catholic Church facing S. Irby Street) for the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag in this early 1960s photo. Photo courtesy of David C. Hewitt of F

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on Tuesday, 21 March 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

STEAM ENGINE PASSES OVER PALMETTO STREET UNDERPASS IN 1945 Photo from the S.C. Department of Transportation archives

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on Tuesday, 14 March 2017. Posted in Good life, Do you Remember?

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THE MASONIC TEMPLE is pictured in the 1908 postcard. It is located at the corner of Evans and Irby Streets, across from the Old U.S. Post Office, and last housed the Art Trail Gallery after Bo Smith Furniture. In the 1950s and 60s, Woolworth’s Five and Te
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