By Henry Bacon McKoy
The casual reader and the serious researcher will find interesting stories and rich information about the streets in the heart of Greenville and about the people, businesses, homes, and buildings that occupied each street, as seen through the eyes of Henry Bacon McKoy. The author was an astute and interested observer of life in Greenville, arriving first as a soldier stationed in Camp Sevier in 1917, and returning for his career after the war. From his personal knowledge, from stories recounted to him by earlier residents, and from his own research, Mr. McKoy compiled a fascinating trove of information on Greenville’s earlier days and the people who lived then. Pub date: 1989.