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Remember the past, plan the future
Wanamaker's calendar features lost landmarks
Probably no other early built house in McMinnville had more occupants and saw more history than did the Annie Paine House. The two-story brick dwelling stood on the southeast corner of West Main and High streets. Built sometime before 1822 by John E. Sullivan, the house stood for over 100 years.
Monty Wanamaker’s 17th McMinnville and Warren County, Tennessee’s Landmarks Calendar is now available. The unique and custom calendar features six local landmark drawings created by Wanamaker. “I feel we should remember landmarks that are no longer here for us to enjoy,” said Wanamaker.