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  • Nancy Russell

    Do Uneeda Biscuit? Ghost sign on the side of an old building in downtown Clarksville Tennessee. Probably from the 1930's or 40's, I'm guessing. The old building is part of the Clarksville Architectural District, on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Jeff Gunderman

    Love discovering these old signs on brick walls. A lost art. clarksville tn

  • Marianna Bailey

    Cool Building in Clarksville, TN. Furniture, undertaking AND cookies!!! This is our new home city...this building houses attorneys and others. I am glad they didn't paint away the old signage

  • Robin Lada

    Clarksville, Tennessee - photo by Uncle Phooey. (I love the old buildings that were built into a hillside..very KooOL)

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