Thursday, November 16, 2017

An Old Shed in Ware County

Donna Pierce Meeks

The Napier-Reid-Rainey House in Eatonton

 t began life as the Eagle Tavern in1818. It was bought in 1820 at then in 1830 bought by the Reid Brothers at a Sheriff's Sale and operated as a hotel. Andrew Reid was the sole owner by 1846 and he converted it to the Greek Revival you see today.
Andy Sarge

Old Methodist Church in Winder

Church was built in 1904 and burned in July of 2012.
Randy Wells

Old House in Jewell

Now a gift and antique store.
Andy Sarge

Dawson Pharmacy

Randy Clegg

Old Chimney

From a long gone homestead in Hall County
Andy Sarge

Old Fire Truck

Former City of Greensboro Ford F750 Fire Truck in Penfield
Andy Sarge

A Remnant of What Once Was...

Depression era "Cotton Shed" on the Clayton Adams' Farm in Satilla Likely used until the early 1980's. Like any old pack house, it's had numerous purposes.
Turtleman Chris Adams

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Old Store

This store was run by Earl and Agnes Rogers and their kids Jimmy, Robert & Louise in Jefferson County
Richard Rogers

Old Country Store

This old country store/station in Matthews was ran by George & Virginia Rabun. Long deceased. I took this photo 5 yrs ago.
Tammy Huff Barbour

Old Home in Coweta County

Would have loved to have gotten a closer shot but it was posted and I took the picture from the road.
Alice Knipp Garnto

Rabun County House

This old building is barely located in Rabun County. I was hoping I could get better pictures but it was posted. It looks big enough that it could have been a lodge or maybe a store or both.
William Thomas Dailey

Old House in Elbert County

Part missing and slowly crumbling. 
Andy Sarge

1890 Victorian in Guyton

Andy Sarge

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Smoke Stack

Smoke stack for the Holland steam plant at Georgia Tech,
Circa 1917
Dan Homiller

Old Milll Ruins

Located along Bear Creek in Cochran Mill Park 
Brian Harlan

Culverton Methodist Church

The congregation goes back to 1881 when it was known as John Turner Memorial Church. The church was built in 1911.
Andy Sarge

Rockdale Plantation

Located just north of Fairmount in Gordon County. The original building was constructed in 1785 by George Washington Adair, a Cherokee. The painstaking, decades-long restoration is a joy to behold.
Mike Maffett

Old Long Abandoned Cabin in Godfrey

Andy Sarge

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

The Bona Allen Mansion in Buford

Built in 1912.
Stephen Briggs

Rogers Baptist Church in Madison County

The church got its start in 1894 by holding a Sunday school at a home and later a one room schoolhouse. Several members from other church's in the area founded Rogers in 1913 on land donated by Obediah Rogers. The church was built the same year and dedicated in 1914. This is the original structure.
Andy Sarge

Barrow County Barn

A little artwork on the roof of this barn in Barrow County.
Andy Sarge

Old House in Thomasville

Mike Bass

Shoulderbone Plantation in Hancock County

 A Revolutionary War veteran was granted the land in 1796. In 1832 he sold the land to William Jackson. In 1850, he built the house for his son. In the early 1900's it was sold to Jefferson Lanier, his great grandson now owns the property and restored it in the 1980's.
Andy Sarge

Monday, November 6, 2017

Old Building of Some Sort in Sharon

May have been a cotton warehouse that loaded into freight cars. May have also been a dept or freight house for the Georgia Railroad branch to Washington. 
Andy Sarge

Rural Free Delivery

Envelope from the event honoring the home of Rural Free Delivery. Event held in Norwood Ga   in 1996. Kay Langham was the artist who drew the stamp. I believe Kay visits here from time to time.
Jeffery Baker

In 1868 at Norwood six men along a five mile rural route hired Jerry Parsons, a Negro who could not read, to deliver and collect mail at their homes each day except Sundays and holidays for his food and clothing. The postmaster at Norwood each morning arranged the mail in correct order and “Uncle Jerry” began his ten mile walk covering, in all, 3,110 miles. Sen. Thomas Watson, then a boy clerking for Hon. T.E. Massengale, observed this perfect plan for Rural Free Delivery. In February 1893, Sen. Watson, then in Congress, sponsored the bill creating Rural Free Delivery, copying “Uncle Jerry’s” R.F.D. in Norwood.

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Neat Old House in Cohutta

Built around 1920. 
Andy Sarge

Georgia Baptist Conference Center in Norman Park

The facility began life as Norman Institute, a school for first grade through high school, which opened in 1901. In the mid-1920s, a junior college curriculum was added, and in 1928 the name was changed to Norman Junior College and became Norman College in 1951. At the end of the 1970-71 academic year the trustees voted to close the school due to declining enrollment and financial problems that were common to many such schools at the time, the center’s website said. The assets and liabilities of the college were turned over to the Georgia Baptist Convention and the Executive Committee voted to convert the facilities into an assembly. In the summer of 1971, Norman Baptist Assembly opened.Since then, under a variety of names, the facility has hosted meetings by churches and other groups. For a while it was a satellite campus of Brewton-Parker College. Most recently, the Georgia Baptist Mission Board has gifted its Norman Park Conference Center to Shorter University. - The Moultrie Observer
Michael Rivera

The Old Rountree Grocery in Egypt

Andy Sarge

Old Gas Station

Not sure if this is just a house or a little station with the old American Oil sign, right across from the old Amoco gas station in Cherokee County.
Lisa Elaine

This is the original Stancil's Store in Ball Park.

Old Amoco Gas Station

Located  on the Trail of Tears route in Cherokee County.
Lisa Elaine
This is the Stancil's Store in Ball Ground.

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Center Methodist Church near Stephens

It was established in in 1813 and many early leaders of Oglethorpe County were members. The original church built here served the Methodists, Presbyterian's and Baptist. In 1820 the Baptists built their own church down the road in Antioch and the Presbyterians moves to Beth Salem in Lexington. The Methodists built there own church on site in 1852 and the present church, the third on the site was completed in 1914.
Andy Sarge

Friday, November 3, 2017

Neat Victorian in Savannah

Located in an area that sprung up in the 1890's-1910's. Needs some paint but looks rock solid.
Andy Sarge