Hickle's Pool Room

This building, made of native Freestone, was built some time between the 1800s and 1870s.  It has been a jewelry store, a drug store, and a billiard hall at different times. During the 1913 flood, Max Block operated a clothing store here and offered “a flood sale as the flood waters raised.”

© 2018     An Eagle Scout Project completed by Damon Kennedy, Vanceburg, Kentucky, Troop 6093 Chartered by Vanceburg Lions Club.

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