Signs went up on the former Davis-Freeman Clinic on Wednesday.  David Hatfield of Duff put up the signs.  He indicated that they’d had the signs a while, and no one had put them up yet.

The clinic  building was built in the early 1950s before La Follette had a hospital.  After the deaths of Dr. M.L. Davis and Dr. James Freeman in the 1980s, the Campbell County Historical Society purchased the building in the 1990s. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/19/2018-6AM)

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