Trade Day…back in the 1980’s
Summerville High School and Auditorium 1950’s
Central of Ga. Railroad Chattooga Fair ad 1920’s
Ellen Pitts from Summerville married a Rev. Walker who was the father of Georgia Governor Walker
The Dixie Highway was built through the county in the years around 1920.
Connor Allen enjoys a break at the soda fountain of Jackson Drug.
Nurses on duty at Chattooga Hospital in the 1950’s
J.D. Hill Funeral Home, built 1951
J.O Meadows of Berryton works on the mail car of the Central of Ga. Railroad
The carpet industry in the county began as Georgia Rug Mill in 1946
Dr. Selmans cabin and lake , circa 1933 Christmas card
Vacation Bible School at 4 Mile Baptists Church 1950’s
Summerville High School Basketball team 1921
Guest pose outside the Gilbert Hotel in Summerville
David T Espy, publisher of the Summerville News at work at a linotype circa 1960
L.C. Smith in front of his print shop,Commerce Street, Summerville 1920’s
The Beavers house, Summerville’s first “fine house”. Col Beavers sold the land for the town of Summerville. It is where Family Dollar is today.
Summerville Elementary School faculty in 1985
Crowd gathers for downtown Summerville merchants give-a-way 1959
Early plat for additions to city of Summerville