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Store Building Contract..pdf
Contract dated September 30, 1926 between J.J. West and Elk Horn Coal Corporation for the erection of a Store Building in Wayland.

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David had a Commissary in town and a Service Station in Permel that were part of the Mallory Stores (James and David Francis). At the very end they were run by Island Creek Coal. This store at David was the very last in Floyd County. The Company last…

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Picture 1: Pictured is Johnnie B. Stephens and child in front of Elkhorn Coal Company Store in Martin

Picture 2: Inside of store, woman unknown.

Sesquicentennial.pdf
Written by Henry Preston Scalf. Includes essays concerning the history of Floyd County, photograph reproductions, tributes, and advertisements.

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Also called: Bill Francis General Store, The Francis Building, Francis Hotel

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Also called: Bill Francis General Store, The Francis Building, Francis Hotel

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Picture 1: Back row, left to right: Lincoln Sexton, Edgel Jones, Erman "Decon" Jones, Walker D. Craft. Front, left to right: Rondal Hayes, Murph Allen, Al Patton, Gordon Hayes, Pudge Centers. F. P. Hayes standing in doorway. Photo taken by Charles…

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The Frazier Fabrics store was located on Main Street in Martin. The building was owned by the Maddox family.

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Picture 1: The Amusement Hall was located where Snyder's Service Station was located. This building housed a movie theater, a pool hall, a soda fountain and a barber shop. At one time silent movies were shown, and a Mrs. Banks played…

Annis Clark Interview.mp3
Clark talks about the history of Garrett, including the school, bridges, local businesses, passenger trains, and the town jail.
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