105 South Palmer Street – “An historic landmark of commercial activity in Ridgeway, S.C.”
City Directories and History: The original Thomas Company Store was built in circa 1880. [Courtesy of the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce]
The Thomas’s store was a wildly successful business venture in the small town of Ridgeway, S.C. Judging from the number of receipts shown below, the store had impeccable credit and purchase goods wholesale from all along the east coast of the U.S.
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Click on the More Information > link to find additional data – A Fairfield County Sketchbook, by J.S. Bolick, 2000 (Courtesy of the FCHS)
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