Photo Archive

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
Menlo students of Miss Blanche Toles prepare for the holidays ( mid 1950’s)
Commerce Street ,Summerville, mid 1950’s
Menlo gets a new Post Office August 1963
J.O Meadows of Berryton works on the mail car of the Central of Ga. Railroad
Rome and Northern Railroad in Gore circa 1910
The carpet industry in the county began as Georgia Rug Mill in 1946
Della Weesner’s Sunday School class in Shackleton ( a short lived mining town near Gore)
A flag raising ceremony at Trion Mill 1941
An early photo of Sonny’s Tavern in Cloudland at the Alabama line. It later became the Son-Lib Trade Center
A Band in Trion in the early 1900’s
The TAG scooter waiting to leave Chattanooga via Menlo to Gadsden, circa 1920
Interesting history featured in 1951 Lyerly scrapbook
Inside the Lyerly Mattress Factory circa 1950
Trion Mill employees who were in the service during WWII were on the Roll of Honor at the Mill