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30 Things You Need To Know About Memphis - A great list of all that is good about Memphis!!

30 Things You Need To Know About Memphis - A great list of all that is good about Memphis!!

Memphis Union Station was the first building I was in east of the Mississippi River. Mother and I were changing trains after arrival from Houston. I am proud to have Memphis Union Station as my gateway to the East.

Memphis Union Station was the first building I was in east of the Mississippi River. Mother and I were changing trains after arrival from Houston. I am proud to have Memphis Union Station as my gateway to the East.

1940's

1940's

Sears Crosstown building Memphis, TN 1927. Mom and Dad moved to Memphis in 1964. Dad's company sent him there to build a parking building for this Sears location. We did a lot of shopping here when we visited them.

Sears Crosstown building Memphis, TN 1927. Mom and Dad moved to Memphis in 1964. Dad's company sent him there to build a parking building for this Sears location. We did a lot of shopping here when we visited them.

Memphis, Tennessee - West Side of Main Street North from Gayoso Hotel Vintage Postcard

Memphis, Tennessee - West Side of Main Street North from Gayoso Hotel Vintage Postcard

Beadle Street, Memphis Tennessee

Beadle Street, Memphis Tennessee

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/

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/

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