Joshua Morrison/News On Friday afternoon, a sign that once hung over 37 Public Square was returned to Mount Vernon from Newburg, Indiana. Knox County Historical Society director, Jim Gibson, left, looks over the neon glass tubes in the Barncord’s Shoe Repair sign with William Barncord’s granddaughters, Marge Dugan (with husband LaVerne “Dixie” Dugan), and Sally Dauphin (with husband, Dave Dauphin). A third granddaughter, Peggy, and her husband, Cloyd Yaugh, are not pictured. William Barncord was a cobbler, using metal and wooden equipment and was able to repair and even create shoes at his Public Square business.

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On Friday afternoon, a sign that once hung over 37 Public Square was returned to Mount Vernon from Newburg, Indiana. Knox County Historical Society director, Jim Gibson, left, looks over the neon glass tubes in the Barncord’s Shoe Repair sign with William Barncord’s granddaughters, Marge Dugan (with husband LaVerne “Dixie” Dugan), and Sally Dauphin (with husband, Dave Dauphin). A third granddaughter, Peggy, and her husband, Cloyd Yaugh, are not pictured. William Barncord was a cobbler, using metal and wooden equipment and was able to repair and even create shoes at his Public Square business. Request this photo

 

 

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