Planter’s Warehouse, Circa 1903, Unadilla

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One of Georgia’s most attractive cotton warehouses, Unadilla’s Planter’s Warehouse was earlier owned and operated by W. B. Hodges and Frank Giles as Giles and Hodge Farm Center. It, along with all of Unadilla’s historic commercial district, should be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. I hope such an effort is underway.

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7 responses to “Planter’s Warehouse, Circa 1903, Unadilla

  1. Henry Giles

    My name is Henry Giles. This warehouse was our family business for 40 years as Giles & Hodge Farm Center.

  2. Sam J. Smith

    That is the Giles and Hodge Cotton Warehouse, I spent many summers (60’s through 70’s) playing in and around it. Before My aunt and uncle retired they sold it to their business partner Mr. Frank Giles. I have a much earlier picture of it (50’s) as the WB Hodge Cotton Warehouse

  3. Fred Gleaton

    This looks very much like the old tobacco market/warehouse in Sylvester.

  4. Bkhuna

    This is a great building!

    And to think, just a couple of mile away, people are whizzin’ by at 80 mph reading billboards and searching for the next fast food fix off- ramp.

    Gotta’ stop and smell the roses.

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