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This 1942 photograph shows the Lyerly Cafe operated by Holland and T.S. Taylor. (Courtesy of Wilburn Ragland.)


July 2014 Features


The good people of Lyerly dedicated the new United States Post Office in 1962 as shown here.

Harriet and Henderson Yarn Mill was going strong in 1960 as shown in these photographs.

From the 1890s, a photograph of Moyers' tannery located in Summerville.


Plus...


Chattooga resident Joe Speer kept a daily journal of life in the county from 1944 to 2001. This month, Uncle Joe's Journal features excerpts written in July 1967.

A professional photograph taken of Trion's Glove Mill is the subject of this month's High Res(olution) Photo of the Month. Just click on the July thumbnail for the photograph.

Check out the Chattooga County Historical Society Facebook page here as they celebrate the county's 175th birthday.

 

Happy Viewing!


Greg McCollum, Editor


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From left to right: Son Wooten and Mack Arden watch Allen Justice stir a vat of brunswick stew for Trion Mill's Centennial Celebration in a photograph taken September 29, 1945. More photos of this historic celebration may be found here. (Courtesy of Charlie Logan.)


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