Unknown Can you help?You don't need to know everything, but do you know the neighborhood?Log in or register and you can edit this. Comments Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 4/15/2010 - 11:18am Gary's new house (and transportation) now that he is a high powered executive? -Dan Submitted by Gary (not verified) on Thu, 4/15/2010 - 11:20am Yup - that's the executive uniform too. GK Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 4/15/2010 - 5:24pm Did you cut your finger scanning the photo Gary? Yuck. Submitted by David Jeffreys (not verified) on Thu, 4/15/2010 - 5:36pm That magnificent edifice even has an enclosed (note NOT detached) one-horse garage. Submitted by Batman (not verified) on Fri, 4/16/2010 - 8:26pm Are there any context clues? Anything written on the back or on the box it may have been in? Knowledge of other pictures found with it? Where did this image come from? It's a neat picture anyway. Submitted by Gary (not verified) on Sat, 4/17/2010 - 1:31am No clues. It was in the Wyatt Dixon collection, and the photos in the box are all of Durham/Durham County, from many different periods of time and areas of Durham. There was nothing written on the photo. Submitted by Batman (not verified) on Sat, 4/17/2010 - 2:23am That's a shame we don't have more on this building. I wonder if it is a blacksmith shop. I would guess somewhere near Prattsburg.Thanks for your work, Gary. Your work is commendable. Submitted by Steve R (not verified) on Sat, 4/17/2010 - 6:11pm Hmmm... livery stable? Fire department? The guy's definitely in a uniform... Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 4/20/2010 - 5:01am The only thing I know about horses is that I don't like being around them. I was bitten by one as a kid. Aside from that, the horse looks big-like a working class or draft horse. Fire dept. may be correct, or military? Gary, any clues from that cross style window at the peak? Could it go back to the 1860's Civil War era? Sethseth@realtor.com Add new comment Log in or register to post comments.