Vanishing Georgia, Coming Soon!

After 13+ years of managing multiple websites, I have begun the process of merging them into one site. This process should be complete within the next few weeks.

Vanishing South Georgia [2008-2021]

Vanishing South Georgia, Vanishing North Georgia, and Vanishing Coastal Georgia will soon become Vanishing Georgia, to consolidate searches and to make all of my archive available in one space. The new site will feature nearly 7,600 locations with approximately 25,000 individual images. The site’s appearance and functionality should remain relatively consistent with a few new additions.

Vanishing Coastal Georgia [2011-2021]

There may be some small glitches during the process, but I’m doing everything I can to make it a clean transition.

Vanishing North Georgia [2014-2021]

I’m hopeful that this will work better for everyone. Thank you for your ongoing support!

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12 responses to “Vanishing Georgia, Coming Soon!

  1. Mary McAdory

    I am looking forward to seeing pictures from your other sites. For years now the notification of mail from Vanishing Georgia has brought a thrill of anticipation.

  2. Sharon

    Brian, this sounds like a wonderful idea. Adds to state history knowledge and enjoyment.
    Thank you!

  3. Sherry Duff

    Looking forward to it!

    On Mon, Jul 19, 2021 at 5:00 PM Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown wrote:

    > Brian Brown posted: ” After 13+ years of managing multiple websites, I > have begun the process of merging them into one site. This process should > be complete within the next few weeks. Vanishing South Georgia [2008-2021] > Vanishing South Georgia, Vanishing North Georgia, ” >

  4. Georgia Pinson Joy

    Sounds great!

  5. This is awesome news to hear…thanks for all that you do, Brian, and I’m looking forward to the new conglomeration.

  6. Suzette Jordan

    Thank you so much for all you do. I really enjoy the site.

  7. Diane C Blackwell

    Thank you for all your hard work and the background information is priceless

  8. Jimmie Batchelor

    Looking forward to seeing new format and all the places!!

  9. Jackie Moran

    Good deal Mr Brown.

  10. Don Bowman

    Thanks, this should be a great asset for us all.

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  11. Hope the mergers go well. All great sites. Thank you, Brian Brown.

  12. Emily Campbell

    Thank you for all the wonderful posts and pictures! Will enjoy your North and Coastal Georgia. I grew up in Middle Georgia, Ft. Valley, and have always loved all of Georgia! Look forward to more interesting pictures and old homes.

    Emily Campbell Sylva, N.C.

    Sent from my iPad

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