City Directories and History: 1961 – Community Federal Savings and Loan, George F. Coleman (120.5), Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Association
In 1912 from the corner from Washington Street to this location lists numerous business including: the Southern Express Office, general store, Hardin and Queens, Queen’s Jewelry and other misc. businesses. This location is listed as #53 South Congress Street and most likely was the location of Queen’s Jewelry store, a brick commercial building. Insurance of Fairfield has operated at his location for many years. Provident Community Bank has also been housed at this location.
In Nov. of 1934, W.M. Patrick of Woodward, S.C. was conducting business with the firm which listed the following as officers and board members: J. S. Brown, Pres., T.W. Mann, V.P., and H.E. Ketchin as Sec/Tres., Directors; T.W. mann, W.B. Yarborough, J. Earl Stevenson, M.B. martin, H.E. Ketchin, J.S. Brown, J.S. Edmunds, T.H. Richardson, Rev. J. P. Isenhower, A.W. Brice and W.B. McDowell.
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