Pike's Peek

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There were only two correct answers to last week's Peek.

Doug and Babette Dow provide one of them; they write: "This is the Duncan Court sign listing the businesses located in the white house on the corner of Broad Street & East High Street."

That's the one.

Pike County Commissioner Matt Osterberg provided the other, with a bit of historic background: "This building was built by James S. Wallace in 1835."

Thanks to all who played.

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