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for Greenville Times / Pitt's Past Vol. Issue , Aug 16-29 1995
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The Greenville Municipal building and Fire Station was built on Fifth Street in 1939/40 in the Art Deco style designed by architect, Frank W. Benton and associate, George A. Snyder, of Wilson, NC. The building sits on the site of the homes of James B. Cherry and F. G. James which were razed and materials used to build the auditorium and recreational center at C. M. Eppes School. The Fire Station was completed first in October 1939. The Municipal Building was dedicated on Aug. 29, 1940.
In the third installment of this series, Kammerer talks about such nightclubs as the "Elbo," the "Bel-Air Club," and "PGI," the first indoor putt putt course in the US at Colonial Heights. He also talks about the bands “The Tonettes,” and “Little Eva.”