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Episode 15

Who can tell us what the building is in the reduced quality image below?


Clue #1:

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The photograph is as described by the Green Historical Society below:

The post card below was mailed March 11, 1912. Notice that the photo above includes shutters
for the first story windows but those are not included below:

Notice in the photo below that the windows have been replaced. The second story windows
are not as tall as in all previous photos and the first story windows are wider and do not
include shutters. The decorative post braces have been removed and the road appears to
be paved.

Folks at the Greensburg Post Office:



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