Seasonal Peach Workers’ Housing, 1910s, Lee Pope

A sign identifies this amazing survivor as the Lee Pope Hotel, though it was actually housing for Pearson Farms’ seasonal peach workers.

All the structures of the Lee Pope Fruit Farm should be included in the National Register of Historic Places as an important example of a 20th century Georgia peach farm.

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5 responses to “Seasonal Peach Workers’ Housing, 1910s, Lee Pope

  1. Chris Milner

    In what county is this located?

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  2. nessie131

    WOWZA THESE ARE FANTASTIC

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  3. scaler164

    Interesting structure… was it built for the purpose or is it a converted residence?John DegnanEllabell, GA

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