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This is the building I grew up in back when it was a hotel.

Rivermont Hotel, Memphis, Tennessee, site of the 1973 NPC meeting.

Built in 1901, this was the North Memphis Savings Bank.  But in 1920 it became the home of the E. H. Crump Insurance Company and it was here that "Boss" Crump controlled the city and state through his political machine.  The building is now home to the Chamber of Commerce and the Center City Commission.

Built in this was the North Memphis Savings Bank. In 1920 it became the home of the E. The building is now home to the Chamber of Commerce and the Center City Commission.

Old Hart's Bread bakery building on Summer Avenue   There is the little window to buy the hot loaves right from the line.  YUM!!

old Hart's Bread bakery building on Summer Avenue, Memphis, TN -loved their drive-thru for hot bread!

You really have to admire someone who opens a humble little building like this, at the corner of Willow and Getwell of all places, and.we enjoyed so many stops there.

The former 'Queen of Memphis': The Sterick Building in Memphis, Tennessee, has been empty since 1986

A towering waste: The tallest abandoned buildings in the world that were once the height of architectural achievement before being left to fall into ruin

Helen of Memphis was a landmark on Union Avenue for over 50 years and was considered the finest women's clothing store in Memphis.  The building was a wonderful old Gothic Revival structure built in the early 1900s.  The first Helen shop was opened by Helen Quinn at 1648 Union and sold antiques.  She soon purchased the property at 1808 Union in 1937 and named it "The Helen Shop" and started selling women's clothing.  It was later expanded and became "Helen of Memphis".  The business became…

Helen of Memphis was a landmark on Union Avenue for over 50 years and was considered the finest women's clothing store in Memphis. My grandmama used to shop here.

raysay92:  Say hello to the Woodruff-Fontaine House. It was built in the 1870s in my new favorite location in Memphis, Victorian Village, more specifically 680 Adams Ave. Seriously, though. I’m in love. So anyway, this house unlike the others is still open for tours THANK GOODNESS. It was also preserved by the APTA (Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities) so snaps for them. It has a whole website if you wanna read up on some history. http://www.woodruff-fontaine.com/

"DREAM HOME" Woodruff-Fontaine House, Memphis Tn. French Victorian mansion was built in 1870 along “Millionaires Row.

Edgewater Gulf Hotel, Biloxi, Mississippi, site of the 1935 NPC meeting.

Edgewater Gulf Hotel, Biloxi, Mississippi, site of the 1935 NPC meeting.

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