Friday, September 18, 2020

I.C. James’ Livery, Feed and Sale Stable

 


Photo from the Armstrong Archives

Mr. I.C. James’ Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, located on the corner of East Office and Greenville Streets, opened in 1882.  He had stabling for as many as 250 horses.  Mr. James was a well-known horseman throughout the state and his stable had the best horses and finest equipment.  When cars replaced horses, the building was used for a garage which burned sometime in the 1920s.


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