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Inside the Fox’s Lair

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If bricks could speak, the walls of this Augusta bar and music venue would have quite a tale to tell.

Tucked away in the downstairs of the Olde Town Inn on Telfair Street lies one of Augusta’s best-kept secrets. The Fox’s Lair is a watering hole treasured by those in the know. It’s a long-standi...

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  1. 349 Telfair St … the home of my grandparents the Walkers….many fond memories of visiting them…where the Fox’s Lair is located was my grandfather’s book library (he owned Walker’s Book Store) with old roll top desk and hundreds of first edition books that were tossed away when grandmother got too old and sold the home. If the walls could talk they would talk about my mother growing up there with her siblings.

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