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The last Christmas at S.B. Cox?

From Ann:

During a visit to S.B. Cox [over on Hatcher Street in Fulton] just a few minutes ago, ?Stuart told me that the salvage portion ?of the business will be closed by the end of the year?. This is a huge loss to those of us who’ve depended on, and enjoyed foraging at, Cox for decades.? ?However, the salvage materials and Stuart himself will be relocating to Paul’s Place.

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Eric S. Huffstutler
Eric S. Huffstutler
2 years ago

Was there a reason behind the closure? With all of our historic homes that need tending to, it is a bit puzzling.

frank pichel
frank pichel
2 years ago

What/where is Paul’s Place?

mary
mary
2 years ago

#1 – Yes

Alphabet Land
Alphabet Land
2 years ago

#2 Paul’s Place is another architectural salvage yard. He’s got an office on Overbrook Rd in North Side and a large yard off of Chamberlayne just North of the highway. Not nearly as clean or organized as Caravati’s but usually has better prices.

Dave Seibert
Dave Seibert
2 years ago

OK. I’m glad at least that Paul is taking over

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