Photo Archive

Chattanooga and Southern Railroad loads coal at the Menlo Incline circa 1900. Coal was mined on top of Lookout Mountain.
Camp Juliette Low campers in Cloudland in 1924
Cotton picking at the O’bannon farm near Menlo early 1900s
Dr. Selmans cabin and lake , circa 1933 Christmas card
B and D Grocery in Menlo, 1950’s , Notice the Colonial Bread screen doors.
Cloudland in the early 1900’s was promoted as a mountain resort
Hostesses for the 1943 Army Navy E award ceremony. The award was given to Trion Mills for excellence in WWII effort
Vacation Bible School at 4 Mile Baptists Church 1950’s
Alpine Glow, historic home in Aline near Menlo. The home was there during the Civil War
The Cavin Family in Menlo pose for a photo in the early 1920’s
Summerville High School Basketball team 1921
The Menlo Volunteer Fire Department is pictured with their trucks in 1985
The Trion Company Service Station in the circa 1930. You could buy white wall paint and top dressing.
The Trion Riegels.. a community band, pictured in the mid 1930’s.
Guest pose outside the Gilbert Hotel in Summerville
David T Espy, publisher of the Summerville News at work at a linotype circa 1960
The Subligna school , 1958.
Dr. William U. Hyden is shown operating in the Trion Community Hospital
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.