Category Archives: Glennville GA

Bradley House, 1893, Glennville

Glennville GA Tattnall County Bradly House Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2015

Dylan Edward Mulligan writes: This house was built in 1893 by J. B. Seckinger and was originally a single story house. It was purchased in 1916 by John Daniel Bradley, Sr., who was the president of the Collins & Glennville Railroad. The Bradleys remodeled the house in 1932, adding the second floor and the columned porch. It is still owned by a member of the Bradley family who does not reside in Glennville.

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Kirkland’s Seafood, Glennville

Glennville GA Tattnall County Kirkland's Seafood Market Local Shrimp Marine Mural Lighthouse Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2014

Most small towns once had their own seafood markets and fishmongers, but this is increasingly rare today. The colorful murals were what first caught my eye.

Glennville GA Tattnall County Kirkland's Seafood Market Local Shrimp Marine Mural Lighthouses Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2014

As the sign suggests, they serve what they sell, so I hope to check them out.

Glennville GA Tattnall County Kirkland's Seafood Market Cooked Dinner Daily Oysters Shrimp Shad Portable Sign Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2014

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Dubberly’s Hen House, Glennville

Dubberly's Hen House Fried Chicken Restaurant Glennville GA Tattnall County Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2014

I made this photograph about three years ago. The restaurant is still here, but it’s not known as Dubberly’s anymore. It does, however, still have great fried chicken and lots of other local favorites.

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Mann-Dixon House, 1914, Glennville

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Built by Martha E. Mann, this house was sold to Claude Dixon in 1924.

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Glennville High School, 1911, Tattnall County

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This beautiful school is well-maintained and is used by Southeastern Technical College and the Glennville Tattnall Museum.

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J. B. Caswell House, 1894, Glennville

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Vidalia Onions, Glennville

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I made these photographs at last year’s (2011) 35th Annual Glennville Sweet Onion Festival. Tattnall County grows more Vidalia Sweet Onions than any other county, accounting for nearly half of the state’s crop every year.

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