The letter in this chimney on Carver School Road matches the original homeowner's initial. KERI BROWN/WFDD
Kayla Forrest stops to admire the design on a brick chimney as she walks along Carver School Road. KERI BROWN/WFDD
Carver High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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