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Commerce Square stands on the site of one of Memphis' grandest theatres. more

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No trace remains of the Union Avenue location of this popular restaurant. more

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The old Lauderdale School has seen many changes over the years — including a new name. more

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A visit to the Easter Bunny never caught on as much as a visit to Santa Claus. Probably a good thing. more

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Three newspaper reporters opened this popular bookstore in The Peabody. more

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Known as the "Armless News Boy," Tommy Doran lost both arms in a train accident. more

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An unusual work of art collapsed while it was being moved. more

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A vacant lot is all that remains of a building on Poplar that was home to some of Memphis' most memorable restaurants. more

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Toddle House was one of this country's most popular diners. more

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An old postcard shows a Memphis building described as "The Tallest Building in the South." more

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Overton High School was a relatively new school in Memphis when the newspaper introduced readers to its class leaders. more

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St. Mary's Episcopal School is the oldest school in Memphis. Here's the entire senior class from 1909. more

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Vance isn't stumped very often, and a reader came to his rescue locating an unusual building in Memphis. more

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Leonard Graves in "The King and I"

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His long-running role in "The King and I" propelled Memphian Leonard Graves to national fame. more

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Have you ever noticed the faces of two children carved above the entrance to Idlewild Presbyterian Church in Memphis? Here's the story. more

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Ever wonder what it was like to work at a TV studio in the early days? A set of old 35mm slides takes you behind the scenes of WREC-TV in Memphis. more

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This chain of stores offered something for every Memphis shopper. more

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The first J.B. Hunter store opened in Whitehaven in 1968, followed by two others in Memphis. more

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The restaurant on Huling closed last week. If you liked some of the Neat Old Stuff on the walls (and hanging from the ceiling), here's your chance to buy it. more

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Crump Stadium was the site of many college football games over the years. more

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