Early Postcard Views of Tifton

Tifton GA Antique Postcard Love Avenue Methodist Church Dirt Streets Collection of Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2014

Love Avenue and Methodist Church, Circa 1907

I’ve been collecting antique postcards of South Georgia towns since I was in college, beginning in 1988. I recently inherited a large collection and like to share them from time to time. Most of these were not used, but they date from 1905-1915.

Tifton GA Antique Postcard Class of Stump Pullers ABAC 2nd District Ag School Collection of Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2014

Class of Stump Pullers, Second Congressional District Agricultural School (Known as ABAC today)

Tifton GA Antique Postcard Myon Hotel Collection of Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2014

Hotel Myon, Circa 1912

Tifton GA Early View of Downtown Business Section Antique Postcard Collection of Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2014

Business Section

Tifton GA Antique Postcard Early Automobile Dirt Road Pine Trees Collection of Brian Brown Vanishing SOuth Georgia USA 2014

Through the Pines, Near Tifton

TIfton GA Antique Postcard E L Vickers House Collection of Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2014

E. L. Vickers Residence

As it looks today.

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6 Comments

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6 responses to “Early Postcard Views of Tifton

  1. sabra

    Any from Huckleberry Hill??

  2. Gayle Cooper, I just reposted these so I take no credit for all this hard work. Look over to the right and see a list of Places. Click on Tift CO to see more photos or post cards. I’m from Brookfield so it is on here also. Lena Welsh Ingram

  3. Ingersoll, Francis Johnson

    Brian, how does Love Avenue and the Methodist Church look today. ________________________________

  4. very good. keep the excellent work. thanks grover

  5. Gayle Cooper

    Lena please put more up. So many memories

  6. anne etheredge

    love the post cards.

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