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Saturday, February 28, 2009

Woodry, 1610 Summer St. NE, (D)

Originally owner by E.E. Wild, this Foursquare 1890 farmhouse was remodeled in 1916 for Francis N. Woodry and his wife Medora who lived there until 1947. Their furniture business was conducted across the street in a building later destroyed by fire. The home was occupied for the next 34 years by Edward A Randle, president of the Randle Oil Company. Recently the house has been renovated and is now repainted first the first time since the Woodrys lived there.

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