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Inside Greensboro’s 1919 O. Henry Hotel

January 19, 2018
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Photo: Library of Congress

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On it’s last legs, Greensboro’s 1919 Georgian revival O. Henry Hotel  (named after author William Sidney Porter) is seen here awaiting its date with the wrecking ball. Favorite bits? Those wonderful lobby floors! Also, that original pedestal sink peeking out of the guest room bath!

 

More information on the O. Henry Hotel here.

 

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