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Sunday, March 8, 2009

Found This Building on a Walk Around Town

The plaque on the building reads...The Knoxville Interdenominational Bible Institute.


Jacob said...

I like the building very much. I don't know from the Interdenominational Bible Institute...

It's really two houses, right. Or is the IBI using only the one on the right?

Small City Scenes said...

Hi Hope, thanks for visiting my blog.
That looks like an older building. Is it still used a a Bible school?

Petrea said...

Lovely old brick building. Is this the front of yesterday's building? Or is it in the same neighborhood? Looks to be of the same era at least.

Hope said...


It looks like the Bible Institute is located on the right side at #712.

#710 in this building might be a residence??

I'm not sure, really.

Hope said...

Small City Scenes,

I took this photo last October. I haven't been by I'm not really sure if the Bible school is still in business.

Hope said...


This is a different building from yesterday's post. But I would guess that it's from the same era. It's roughly in the same area of that is more than likely the case.

Leedra said...

Nice brick work. Notice how they are cleaning up the old brick buildings all over town.

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