Lewis Nicholson Portrait Design

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Lewis Nicholson Portrait Design

Description provided by Sharon L. Lewis:

Melvin R. Inman, Sr. and Melvin R. Inman, Jr.

Mel listened to his mother when she offered the advice: "Better to receive a fast nickel than wait for the slow dime." For Mel, that meant providing Hill residents with a quality product at a fair price. Since 1976, this has proved a successful policy. And, in true Capitol Hill Tradition. Mel and Juanita and their two sons, Mel, Jr., and Juan, all pitch in.

[Both Mel Sr. and Mel Jr. have been interviewed by the Overbeck Project. Use the search term "Inman" to locate the summaries and transcripts.]

From the interview with: