Article by W. Clay Crook-
It was reminiscent of a scene from The Great Gatsby, with young ladies in period costume to greet you at the door, as well as in each area to explain the history of the room and the furnishings at the 113-year-old Murray-Page House on South Main during the Saturday, June 20th, festivities. Cindy Page, who has devoted her time, love and effort in restoring one of Lexington’s last historic homes, has owned the property since 2004. It was originally built in 1906 by Dr. J. L. Murray, who also served as a longtime Postmaster at Lexington.
Earlier in the day, Woody Woodard, a journalist from the VIP Magazine in Jackson, came by to tour and photograph for a feature to come later in the year. Jerry McPeake played selections on the piano as the guests…
For the complete story, see the July 24th edition of The Lexington Progress.