City Directories and History: 1926 / 1936 – Rock Hill Lumber Company, 1959 – Rock Hill Lumber Company
The long-term location of Rock Hill Lumber Company owned by J.C. Cauthen of Rock Hill, opened in about 1925 at this location. The Herald reported on May 26, 1925, “That Rock Hill Lumber Company, for a number of years located on Oakland Ave., opposite the city water and light plant, plans to move soon to East White Street, opposite Rock Hill High School.”
The Herald reported on July 11, 1925 – “That the RH Lumber Co Plant on East White Street is nearing completion. The side tracts on the railroad are being layed for deliveries.”
The Herald reported on Aug. 2, 1925 – “That operations of the RH Lumber Company are rapidly moving from the old location on Oakland Ave., to East White Street.”
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