Monday, October 15, 2012

A Later Gathering of Cars

From the John Holly Williams Collection, LFF Library
Behind these hearses, on the left, is the original structure of what is now Brookhaven Funeral Home at 230 N. Jackson Street. (The building was the home of Judge and Mrs. Hiram Cassidy prior to becoming a funeral home.  It is diagonally across the street from the old King's Daughters Hospital.) The bungalow directly behind the car second from the left is where Rainbow Florist now operates.  No date is given, but cars appears to be from the 1940s.

Earlier on this blog, we posted a similar photograph captioned "A Gathering of Cars."  At the time, it was a puzzler, but thanks to the help of some Brookhavenites, the mystery was solved.  To review that post, click on the embedded link.

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