23. Price House


Built in 1915 for owners and first occupants P. Thomas and Augusta Legg Price. One of the largest houses in town, it has a unique rooftop cupola that was used during World War II. As a lookout for enemy planes. Volunteers manned the post, connected by telephone to a communications center. The house remained in the Price family for many years. It was sold to Bertha Carroll, then to Edward and Norma Bryan Hopkins, niece of Bertha Carroll.