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Farmers & Merchants Bank in downtown Summerville is shown in this undated photograph perhaps taken in the late 1950s or early 1960s.


May 2015 Features


I continue my Spring Clearance Sale with more T. Emmett Nunn photographs. Here are a handful of T's images made between 1952 and 1969.
 
Dave Henley was a photographer for Chattooga High School's Indian Lore before he graduated in 1978. Here are several of Dave's photographs.
 
1960 was the 14th year for the golf tournament at Trion's golf course. The event was documented by none other than T. Emmett Nunn.


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 April 1975.

This month's High Res(olution) Photo of the Month shows Chattooga High School after it was completed in 1965. Just click on the May 2015 thumbnail for the photograph.

You can learn more about Chattooga County by visiting the Chattooga County Historical Society's Facebook page here. The Society also has a new website with photos! You can find it at www.chattoogahistory.org.

 
Happy Viewing!


Greg McCollum, Editor  


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A scene looking north on Highway 27 north of downtown Summerville. Denson's Store (on left) once stood where the Kangaroo station now sits at the corner of Highway 27 and Marvin Avenue. Brimp Warren Ford was located on the right side.


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