John Misskelley's home at 131 N. Confederate Ave. was once the home of D.D. Moore, Rock Hill's first librarian.
John Misskelley's home at 131 N. Confederate Ave. was once the home of D.D. Moore, Rock Hill's first librarian.
John Misskelley's home at 131 N. Confederate Ave. was once the home of D.D. Moore, Rock Hill's first librarian.

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