Photo Archive

Water skiing on the Chattooga River, Picture was used in publication to attract industry in the 1950’s
Confederate veterans going to a reunion in 1919
“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
John Davis,US Congressman from Chattooga County 1961-1974
Program Summerville High Graduation 1916, Ceremony held at the courthouse
John Davis for Congress 1960,in the old Alred Ford (today BBT and CVS lot)
Smile! Its picture day in Vera William’s class at South Summerville School 1952
Original Home Store,Commerce St. Summerville, late 1940’s Archie Warren in middle
Chattooga County Hospital opened in 1951
A scene from the 1961 One Hundred Year Civil War Celebration parade
Summerville 1st Baptist adult and youth choirs mid 1950’s
Miss Maude Sewell’s ( a 50 year teacher) 7th grade class in 1952 at Summerville School
A dusty Commerce Street in the early 1900’s, no need to watch for cars
Summerville police officers Whaley and Hawkins patrol the corner of Commerce and Washington 1940
A bird’s eye view of downtown Summerville 1957
James H.(Sloppy) Floyd was Chattooga County state representative from 1952 till his death in 1974
Summerville Post Office in the snow 1940, photo made by dairy farmer and mailman Harry Marks
Wayside Community Church ( at the foot of Taylor Ridge) in 1947
The McWhorter family of Bolling Road pose for a traveling photographer circa 1900