We were told a few years ago that this house was moved here from someplace else.
What is that on the left?
Ahhh, yes, our white cottage. Yes, Route 11 didn't get it. It was moved up the street from where it was to here where it has been ever since. It has some years on it. It could be close to a hundred or more years old but seems to hold up well.
Looking back down towards where years ago you would se the bottom half of the block below West Alley and see the Bridge if not for the 52 years of growth weeds, trees, etc.
1951 City Directory for 400 Block of W 4th Street
1958 City Directory for the 400 Block of W 4th Street
The Burford family had some real estate dealings in this area. In fact at one time in the early 1900's, Oliver Burford ran a real estate business out of his home at 436-440 W 4th Street.
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