Photo Archive

Water skiing on the Chattooga River, Picture was used in publication to attract industry in the 1950’s
Chattooga Corn Club, a precursor to the 4- H program
“The County Home” was open till the mid 1960s. It was located where the nursing home is today
Summerville 1st Baptist church. This building burned in 1934
The McWhorter family of Bolling Road pose for a traveling photographer circa 1900
The Holland House near the Alabama line was built around 1886.Unfortunately the house burned in the 1980’s
Wayside Community Church ( at the foot of Taylor Ridge) in 1947
The original Georgia Rug Mill, ( now part of Mohawk)
Summerville School Board 1949
A circa 1960 moonshine still raid was successful. The evidence was brought to the sheriffs office .
Youth of the Subligna Baptist Church pose for a picture
The Summerville Music Study Club was very active from 1939 through the mid 1970’s.
The Bolling School, circa 1915, with Minnie VanPelt as teacher
Christmas Seals campaign 1970
1939 Summerville High football game, Sturdivant Gym in background
Lyerly Mattress Co. started in 1927
Summerville Methodist Church built in 1907
Christmas lights at Georgia Rug Mill, a tradition for many years
4-H Club Gore High School 1952
Home Economics Class, Gore High School 1952