Item 30925 - Guilford Centennial Parade, South Main Street, 1916
- Item 30925 - Guilford Centennial Parade, South Main Street, 1916
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- Item 30925
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The parade route for the Guilford Centennial was down South Main Street in 1916. The location shown in this photo is on the west side of the Odd Fellows Hall. The house on the left was, at one time, owned by Reggie Taylor and later Buster Tripp. The house on the right was once occupied by Alonzo Pfhuntner. Both houses were razed, along with the Odd Fellows Hall, when the Rite Aid was built in 2000.Show Details