Vanishing North Georgia

Crawfordville GA Taliafero County Liberty Cafe Coca Cola Sign Americana Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing North Georgia USA 2014Liberty Cafe, Crawfordville, Georgia © Brian Brown, 2014

It’s been a long time in the works but Vanishing North Georgia is finally a reality. I hope it grows into something as helpful and entertaining as Vanishing South Georgia and look forward to exploring more of Georgia with all of you.

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  1. jomarkowitz

    I’m so glad to know you’ll be documenting North Georgia!

  2. Kay McCullough

    I thought of your photos A LOT this weekend while dashing through Georgia from south to north and back again. We went up !-75 to Chattanooga, but then traveled the back roads along the Alabama line on our way home to FL. Many, many signs of “the way it used to be” along U.S. 27 and State Rt. 39, especially. Keep up the great work

  3. Peggy Anderson

    This is great news. I grew up in Jackson County (Commerce) and have relatives all over the place. You definitely must get into Banks County. The jail (old jail) still has the hanging mechanism they used way back when Plus, there are many places and structures that beg for your expertise. I have photographed many of them but do not do the same justice you do to your photographs. I will be pleased to point you in the direction of some of them should you wish.

  4. John Clark

    Thank you!!! I lived in Coffee County (South Georgia) only the first 17 years of my life, went to college in Florida (GO’NOLES), and into the Air Force. Then settled in the Atlanta area, married a metro area girl, and we have lived in Clayton County at the same address for 50 + years. So I will know more and recognize more landmarks here than at “home”. Again, thanks for all your good works. John Clark

    Date: Thu, 1 May 2014 23:01:56 +0000 To: johnclark90@hotmail.com

  5. I’m very glad you are covering North Georgia too. I come from Savannah but I have lived in North Georgia for many years now and there is a lot of history here.

  6. Carol Norton

    Yippee!!! Now North Georgia!

  7. Bryan,

    Congratulations on expanding into North Georgia. Many treasures await your discovery and documentation.

  8. Kilby Hanna

    Congratulations! That’s great news. I look forward to seeing your wonderful photo’s of North Georgia too.

  9. HOORAY for North Georgia!

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