Photo Archive

A group of Lyerly High students, circa 1946
Buy War Bonds, Ad from Summerville News one year after Pearl Harbor was bombed in 1942
Aerial view of Trion in 1962 showing the “Frog Town ” section of town
There were several ice companies in Summerville serving the county circa 1915, 40 cents for 100 pounds
Chero Cola Bottling company in Summerville circa 1920. It was located in 1st Street area near springs
Easter Sunday morning 1950s at the Trion Methodist Church
Trion Hospital (also known as Riegel Memorial) was dedicated in 1936
The fair was a success! See what they did !
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
1890’s ad from Thompson-Hiles, a large general store in Summerville
A Trion baseball team, circa 1907
A 1930’s baptism near Lyerly
Georgia Rug Mill office, located off Menlo Highway .Many Chattoogans were hired here for a job.
Boys playing in freshly picked cotton circa 1955
The Moonlite Drive-in was above Trion on old 27 in the 50s and 60s
The Piggly Wiggly was built above Summerville in 1962. It was formally the Cash Store downtown.
Back in the day, clothes were washed outside in a wash pot. This was made around 1940.
Early 1960s ambulance prices when the funeral homes ran a ambulance service