Robinson’s Grocery, Irwin County

I’ve been photographing this structure for nearly 20 years and after all that time now have an identification, thanks to Wilbur Adkison. He notes that it was Robinson’s Grocery and was operated by Mrs. Robinson, who was a teacher at nearby Ashton School (Ben Hill County). Like the store in the previous post, Robinson’s Grocery is an amazing survivor.

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  1. gajoe42

    Would enjoy your reflections on what such remains suggest about the lives that surrounded them. You are the poet and photographer. What emotions do these places evoke in you?

    On Wed, Apr 14, 2021 at 3:53 PM Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown wrote:

    > Brian Brown posted: ” I’ve been photographing this structure for nearly 20 > years and after all that time now have an identification, thanks to Wilbur > Adkison. He notes that it was Robinson’s Grocery and was operated by Mrs. > Robinson, who was a teacher at nearby Ashton School ” >

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