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Kirkland School, 1928

Built in the Spanish Mission Revival architecture popular with school houses of the 1910s and 1920s, this structure consolidated several smaller area schools. Thanks to Shea Browning for the history. 165 more words

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J. O. White House, 1914, Pearson

This home is currently a Bed & Breakfast, restored and managed by a granddaughter of the original owners.

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Pearson High School

I believe this building is still utilized by the school system but not as a school. It would be a great candidate for a restoration grant.

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Hotel Malone, 1916, Pearson

This is no longer a hotel, but it’s a nice survivor of Pearson’s early days. It was built by A. H. Huggins and is now under renovation.

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Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Atkinson County

This is among the oldest congregations in Atkinson County, dating to 1858. Its large cemetery is the final resting place of numerous Wiregrass Georgia pioneers. Some of the earliest members were Reverend John G. 19 more words

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Jesup Arch

Kathy Powell notes that this Jesup icon was originally located on Cherry Street, which becomes U. S. Highway 341 and eventually ends up in Brunswick. She said when you crossed under this arch, you were in Jesup. 58 more words

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