Photo Archive

Menlo High School about 1930
Alpine Store circa 1925 near Alpine out from Menlo
Sunday School class pictured in 1951 Lyerly Hometown scrapbook
Beulah Shropshire home overlooking Summerville in the snow. Beulah was the first woman licensed insurance agent in Georgia.
Last Menlo Depot for the TAG railroad (torn down 1970s)
Erecting Civil War statue in Menlo park
Dedication of VFW Eternal Flame in front of the courthouse , 1969 ( Identified are Atty.TJ Espy and Rice Morgan
1920’s photo of a giveaway by the Trion Mill Store
Lunch room for Summerville High and later Junior High, built late 50s,
Road leading from downtown Summerville toward Menlo
Nell Taylor, longtime teacher and her 2 boys ( late 40’s) .Every boy loves a train!
Jury appointment September 1874
Chattooga Co. Hospital, shortly after opening 1951
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