The oldest continually operated business in town was begun by Henry Kneisel. Grand-daughters of Emil Anderson, Kneisel's son-in-law, still operate this old-fashioned general store behind the one-story, red brick storefront with an ornate frieze, corbeling, and metal cornice. Kneisel, as mayor of Georgetown, oversaw installation of the sandstone sidewalks and City Park.
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Kneisel and Anderson Store
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