Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 01/04/2013


Photo taken on June  1, 2011



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Remembering historic imagery on a brick wall in southern Virginia.

Remembering historic imagery on a brick wall in southern Virginia.
We had gotten enough of an idea of what an impassably muddy old street looks like that we didn't need to see the lower right-hand corner of the picture.

But we were nostalgic enough for the oldtimes South that we wanted to look fondly upon depictions of settings of events from those times. "Ah yes we like to continually remember how life was lived in the U.S. South during telegraphy times," we sigh as we fan ourselves.

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In downtown Hillsville, Virginia, on June 1st, 2011, in an alley off the west side of North Main Street (U.S. Route 52) north of Mill Street.

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Library of Congress classification idea:
ND2605 Mural painting and decoration, American.
N8251.S34 Storefronts in art.
TA432 Bricks—Painting—Pictorial works.
F234.H5 Hillsville (Va.)—Pictorial works.

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