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The Lynch Building

  Texas Historical Markers
SH 6 & US 180, Albany, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 43' 19.21945000008", -99° 17' 47.61588999984"
    Texas State
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     This was Albany's first stone mercantile store. It was erected in stages, combining Greek revival and Victorian Italianate designs. In 1878, W. H. Miller built one-story east unit, and permitted Albany Masonic Lodge to erect a second story. Local rancher J. C. Lynch in 1881 built the 2-story west unit. The Live and Let Live drugstore was an early tenant. L. H. Hill and family owned the property 1896-1974. Clifton Caldwell bought and restored it in 1974-75. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark, 1975.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

The Lynch Building Historical Marker Location Map, Albany, Texas

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