509 Holloway St., built prior to 1913, changed from a single family home to the "Green Oaks Tourist Home" during the middle part of the 20th century, as seen in the above shot from 1964. Holloway St., as Highway 70, was the main road into town from the east as car travel grew. A 'tourist home' was somewhat similar to a bed and breakfast - i.e. an old house converted into a hotel.
Things had changed by the 1970s, when much of the neighborhood had been torn down, and east-west traffic would have come into town on the Durham Freeway.
509 Holloway, mid 1970s.
Per the next-door neighbors, the house had burned by the early 90s, and it was torn down to become a parking lot for the United House of Prayer church next door, which it remains today.
509 Holloway, 2007.