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About meI'm a real estate appraiser who enjoys Reformed theology, history (especially local and ancient), and music.



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Member sinceOct 6, 2006

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Looks like you're the top result on my profile's list of users with similar libraries. Who woulda thunk? :P
Dear Doug Stephens: I see we share 30 books, including "The Psalms for Singing" and an interest in reformed theology. I'm also glad to see that someone else likes treehouses. I came to Christ through "Pilgrim's Progress", actually "Pictorial Pilgrim's Progress" which was published by Moody in 1960, which a relative gave to me in 1962. I was eight then ... I guess that tells you how old I am ... but I'll never grow tired of books. I'm still working on Piers Plowman, and Augustine. God bless. YangGuy (aka Larry)
Hey, I noticed that you have Cavalry Clash in the Sandhills and then that you were in Fayetteville. I'm hoping that you may be able to help me with some information. I am in the middle of a project to document and provide a publicly accessible database of every historic marker and registered building in NC. I have been working Fayetteville as I can get there. I was looking for two buildings, but was unable to find them. The first one is the Carolina Theater. The National Register lists it at 443 Hay St. The other one is the Fayetteville Mutual Insurance Company Building at 320 Hay St. I walked Hay St. from the circle to Ray Ave. and did not find them. Do you happen to know anything about them. I figured that a third one, the M&O Chevrolet building, has been torn down for a county office building. This is the map that I have done so far: Thank you for any help that you can give.
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