Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown
I’m not sure when this was built, perhaps the late 1930s or early 1940s, but I believe it was built solely for use as a boarding house/tourist home. 56 more words
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This home was built by Sycamore Gin owner Grady Sconyers.
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This was originally built for the local telephone company and housed its offices and switchboard. It has also been home to the Masonic lodge and the Woodmen of the World. 12 more words
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I had a nice talk with the owner of this old bank, which was built by E. J. Fuler. He showed me around the interior, which is in a bit of a mess at the moment as he is presently restoring it. 50 more words
Judging by the design on the top of the building, this was likely a larger structure at one time. The decorative eagle medallions are a wonderful architectural feature.
This has been home to Southeastern Supply Company for many years.