When I was growing up, lots of older ladies dipped snuff. I was amazed to see such a high demand for it in a town as small as Ideal.
This is undoubtedly one of Georgia’s smallest public libraries. The cartouche states: This Hall Is In Memory of Jacob Walter Frederick (1851-1928)
The builder of this house, Henry Samuel Rumph, developed the Elberta peach and is considered the father of the commercial peach industry in Georgia. He also developed techniques considered integral to the safe shipment of fresh fruits and vegetables.