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hattiesburgmemory.org available?

someone?

No. --LarryM 14:11, 20 July 2009 (CDT)

I am the creator of the site 'LIFE on the East Side-Old Town'. If is dedicated to rekindling old frendships, sharing moments and memories of people, lives and business spent on the East side of Hattiesburg from years go by. The 'East Side' is, as you can observe from older homes, buildings and not to mention the 'DownTown' area, is the origin of Hattiesburg. The businesses listed under your 'East Side' category is,for the majority, located on the WEST side of Hattiesburg. Please rectify. Thank You.Old Town'. If is dedicated to rekindling old frendships, sharing moments and memories of people, lives and business spent on the East side of Hattiesburg from years go by. The 'East Side' is, as you can observe from older homes, buildings and not to mention the 'DownTown' area, is the origin of Hattiesburg. The businesses listed under your 'East Side' category is,for the majority, located on the WEST side of Hattiesburg. Please rectify. Thank You.I am the creator of the site 'LIFE on the East Side-Old Town'. If is dedicated to rekindling old frendships, sharing moments and memories of people, lives and business spent on the East side of Hattiesburg from years go by. The 'East Side' is, as you can observe from older homes, buildings and not to mention the 'DownTown' area, is the origin of Hattiesburg. The businesses listed under your 'East Hardy Street' category is,for the majority, located on the WEST side of Hattiesburg. East Hardy Street is formally referred to and known as River Avenue. Such businesses and homes that was and is located in that area are Hulett's Funeral Home, WBKH Radio Station, the Presbyterian Church, the old Sarphire(Sarphire Jewelry), the old Tatum home, Toby's Grocery, old Veterans Home, Igloo Cafe, Coffee Cup Cafe, Owen Bros. Stockyard, #2 & #5 Fire Stations, the original Methodist Hospital, the Boys Brother Hood, Hattiesburg's original Public Works Dept.(the Barn) to name just a few. Please rectify. Thank You.