This is a shot of the old police department on Poplar Street. Circa 1940's. The metal-sided building in the center was the police department and was replaced, by what many of us will remember as the Harrodsburg Candy & Tobacco. The brick structure to the far right, and directly in back of the Blue Front was torn down in the 1990s. It housed the upper part of the Harrodsburg Candy & Tobacco.
Thursday, April 1, 2021
Harrodsburg Candy & Tobacco Warehouse
Historic photo from the collection of Jerry L. Sampson
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