457 S. Driver, 1980
When 457 South Driver Street was built is unclear to me; the addresses and parcels shift a lot over the course of the 20th century in this ~1/2 block.
The Home Cash Store grocery may have been located in this building as of 1934, becoming Henry Overman's grocery as of 1940. More likely, these businesses were located in a frame structure that sat on the same footprint, preceding the current structure. The structure was clearly in place by the late 1940s, and housed the Burnette Home Supply Co. by 1950. This was the Home Insulation Co. by 1955, and the Harris Printery was in the structure in 1960.
Sometime later, it became part of Garland Woodcraft, and it remains under their ownership.
457 S. Driver, 10.02.10
(Below in italics is from the 2004 East Durham National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.)
1-story buff brick building with intact facade with paneled and corbeled cornice. The center bay contains a double door. Flanking bays contain single doors. The 1913 SM shows a frame building on this lot. 1930 CD: Home Cash Store Grocery. Later it was the East Durham Post Office brance. It was purchased by Garland Woodcraft Company after 1947 and is now a part of the company complex.
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