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This is somewhere in downtown Asheville, probably near where the 4-story Sawyer Motor Company building stands now. If I can figure out where exactly, I'll update this post.

This is somewhere in downtown Asheville, probably near where the 4-story Sawyer Motor Company building stands now. If I can figure out where exactly, I'll update this post.

Asheville, NC: Miller's Cab Service on Southside Avenue is shown in this archival photo taken in the 1960s to document buildings subject to urban renewal.

Asheville, NC: Miller's Cab Service on Southside Avenue is shown in this archival photo taken in the 1960s to document buildings subject to urban renewal.

From Pack Library NC Collection: Photo of man in ox wagon moving along College St passing in front of the First Baptist Church  on the corner of Spruce and College Sts, and the Baptist parsonage (56 E College St; formerly the J. Rush Oates House). Oates came here ca 1890, owned the Legal Building and the Oates building, and moved to Gertrude Place in Grove Park in 1915. Third Baptist sanctuary shown here, built 1890s and demolished ca 1927.

From Pack Library NC Collection: Photo of man in ox wagon moving along College St passing in front of the First Baptist Church on the corner of Spruce and College Sts, and the Baptist parsonage (56 E College St; formerly the J. Rush Oates House). Oates came here ca 1890, owned the Legal Building and the Oates building, and moved to Gertrude Place in Grove Park in 1915. Third Baptist sanctuary shown here, built 1890s and demolished ca 1927.

Mardis Building, West Asheville. Built in 1925, recently added to National Register of Historic Places.

Mardis Building, West Asheville. Built in 1925, recently added to National Register of Historic Places.

"At far left in the Haverty Building is Jared’s Restaurant, which served a Classical French menu."  Shared by Deborah Lewis-Smith on "Asheville, the way it WAS" Facebook page.  60 Haywood St.  Across the street from what is now the Downtown Library.

"At far left in the Haverty Building is Jared’s Restaurant, which served a Classical French menu." Shared by Deborah Lewis-Smith on "Asheville, the way it WAS" Facebook page. 60 Haywood St. Across the street from what is now the Downtown Library.

Flat Iron Building and Miles Building in downtown Asheville, early 20th Century. From the E W Ball photographic collection at UNCA Library Special Collections.

Flat Iron Building and Miles Building in downtown Asheville, early 20th Century. From the E W Ball photographic collection at UNCA Library Special Collections.

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