Photo Archive

Ad in Summerville News promoting buying war bonds in World War One
A lovely unknown lady, from the George Gilbert of Lyerly family collection
Announcing Lyerly School year 1897 in the Summerville News
A group of Lyerly High students, circa 1946
Buy War Bonds, Ad from Summerville News one year after Pearl Harbor was bombed in 1942
Early 1900’s duties of county road overseers. People had to work on the road or pay money once a year.
A boy and his bird, from the George Gilbert family picture collection
A 1930’s baptism near Lyerly
Boys playing in freshly picked cotton circa 1955
Foster’s Store was located between Lyerly and Alpine ( out from Menlo)
The Lyerly Dam, built 1923
1920’s diphtheria epidemic was small and well contained
During the 1920s there was lots of cotton grown in the county
Pay your poll tax so you can vote on repeal of prohibition in Georgia in 1937
Schedule for Ice deliveries circa 1915
Lyerly High School invitation. Last high school class was 1961
The Rome and Northern train makes a stop in Holland circa 1910
School Census of county schools 1896
A Holland postmark, the county had many post offices in the early years