Greshamville Mall, 1978, Greene County

Though it’s been closed for a few years now, the Greshamville Mall is still a landmark for travelers in the area. While the name was a bit tongue-in-cheek, it was the closest thing the tiny hamlet of Greshamville had to a one-stop shopping center. It was built by the late Pete Yearwood, a World War II veteran who ran a dairy, had chicken houses and sold real estate. He sold the business in the mid-1980s.

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One response to “Greshamville Mall, 1978, Greene County

  1. Doug Nelson

    We’ll know America is great again when the Greshamville Mall returns to its former glory!

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