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December 20, 2012


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I believe that's the Greensville County Courthouse in Emporia, Virginia.

Here's what it looked like before the (unfortunate) paint job:

Alfred Brophy

You are, of course, correct Owen! Very, very nicely done. And thanks for the image of the courthouse before the painting (and some of the addition). I'm going to post a little bit about the World War I monument shortly.

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