Doctor's office was downtown

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

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Most folks recalled the office of Dr. L. O. Greene upstairs, and a four-room apartment up there, too. According to deed records, Dr. Greene built the upstairs portion of the structure, or at least of one of the parts of the double building. On Nov. 29, 1915, he got a Quit Claim Deed from F.J. Stewart and Maida M., his wife; F. A. Price and Mina, his wife; and C. T. Tetrick and Nolie, his wife. It said that this was for "all of the walls and structures of whatsoever character now being and existing above the joists on which is laid the floor of the 2nd story of the building ..." It mentioned the exterior wall of concrete and said, "... in reliance of which L. O. Greene has expended considerable sum of money in constructing the second story of said building."


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