“Tom Thumb” weddings were popular fundraisers for churches and schools. This group poses at Summerville School in 1926. This picture appeared in the Atlanta Constitution.
Chattooga’s only Congressman, John Davis, had his campaign headquarters in Summerville. He was in office 1961-74.
Frances and Mary McWhorter pose with their dolls, circa 1915. A traveling photographer came by their home on Bolling Road.
Chattooga’s First Selfie 1940. Dairy farmer and mail carrier Harry Marks
Historic Cleghorn home at Willow Springs, Summerville, burns 1960
Summerville merchants car give away 1960
Commerce street ,Summerville, 1960 snowstorm
“Airmail to Vietnam” float circa 1970 Christmas Parade
Christmas Seals campaign 1970
1939 Summerville High football game, Sturdivant Gym in background
Summerville Methodist Church built in 1907
Summerville Jr. High Faculty 1976 dress for 1920’s day i
Christmas lights at Georgia Rug Mill, a tradition for many years
Freeman Hinton, longtime custodian of Summerville High School,1961
Scene from a Courthouse Singing. They were popular events from the 1930’s through the 1950’s.
Ralph “Country” Brown, of the Atlanta Crackers ( 1948-1952)
Summerville High Future Homemakers Officers 1958
Ladies Sunday School class First Baptist Church, Summerville circa 1910
Congregation of Summerville First Baptist Church 1949
Early Chattooga County Jail