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Demolition of church on Ansel Street

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An article below about a man trying to save a church from demolition. The church is on Ansel Street and called Mt. Calvary. I'm not sure where Ansel Street is and know nothing about this church. Anyone have info? Is it of historic significance? Beautiful building? :dontknow:

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http://www.wyff4.com/news/13349462/detail.html

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If this is what I think it is, then it's in the West End near Greenville High School. The School District bought it to expand the athletic facilities at GHS. Apparently some evidence was found by a man in the community that it was used in the Civil Rights Movement. :dontknow:

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This is a Silly Issue, you really need to have more reason to save a building than finding a picture with a Civil Rights leader in the building. There not only has to be a story behind it, one of note, but people need to hae a desire to visit the building if saved. The same thing goes for the Army Navy Store annex.

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This is a Silly Issue, you really need to have more reason to save a building than finding a picture with a Civil Rights leader in the building. There not only has to be a story behind it, one of note, but people need to hae a desire to visit the building if saved. The same thing goes for the Army Navy Store annex.

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