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The Teller of Burnham Bank

Troy Victor Post

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ISBN 10: 1450029159 / ISBN 13: 9781450029155
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Paperback. 218 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 5.9in. x 0.8in.Hey, look at this one, said James, holding up one of the photographs. I wonder whats up with her The photo he held was a picture of the Burnham Bank building from 1939, as evidenced by the tax assessment sign in the still documenting the year. No longer a bank but the location for a five-and-dime store, the building itself appeared to be in good repair, with an ornate, wooden door at the buildings corner and perhaps fifteen arched windows, each topped with a marble lintel. An elegant spire, a feature missing from the present structure, crowned the roof. But what instantly drew our attention was not the building it was, rather, a woman who stood in the foreground. With arms drawn high to shield her face, one thing seemed apparent: she did not want to be photographed. Every building has a story to tell. All it needs is someone to tell it. In The Teller of Burnham Bank, that someone is Hal Ogdens, the editor of a nearly bankrupt weekly newspaper constantly at battle with the towns contentious mayor who happens also to be his ex-wife over how best to preserve the historic fabric of downtown New Brooklyn, Alabama. But when Hal teams up with the mayors estranged daughter, Nell, to rescue a landmark building from the mayor and her urban renewal plans, more than the life of an old building will be at stake. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781450029155

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Title: The Teller of Burnham Bank

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: New

Book Type: Paperback

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"“Hey, look at this one,” said James, holding up one of the photographs. “I wonder what’s up with her?”
The photo he held was a picture of the Burnham Bank building from 1939, as evidenced by the tax assessment sign in the still documenting the year. No longer a bank but the location for a five-and-dime store, the building itself appeared to be in good repair, with an ornate, wooden door at the building’s corner and perhaps fifteen arched windows, each topped with a marble lintel. An elegant spire, a feature missing from the present structure, crowned the roof. But what instantly drew our attention was not the building – it was, rather, a woman who stood in the foreground.
With arms drawn high to shield her face, one thing seemed apparent: she did not want to be photographed.

Every building has a story to tell. All it needs is someone to tell it.
In The Teller of Burnham Bank, that someone is Hal Ogdens, the editor of a nearly bankrupt weekly newspaper constantly at battle with the town’s contentious mayor – who happens also to be his ex-wife – over how best to preserve the historic fabric of downtown New Brooklyn, Alabama.
But when Hal teams up with the mayor’s estranged daughter, Nell, to rescue a landmark building from the mayor and her urban renewal plans, more than the life of an old building will be at stake.
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