Category Archives: Pulaski GA

Sanders House, Pulaski

Pulaski GA Candler County Folk Victorian House Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2015

Fay Stapleton Burnett writes: Home of the late Mildred Sanders, a friend of my Mother, Sue Nell Jones Stapleton. I remember visiting this house many times as a child growing up on Rosemary Church Road……

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Patrick-McNeill House, 1908, Pulaski

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Christine McNeill writes: This is the Patrick-McNeill House built in 1908 by the town doctor, C.Z. Patrick. The southeastern front bedroom served as his first medical office and routine surgeries were originally performed on the dining room table.

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Abandoned Storefront, Pulaski

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Bank of Elko Building, Circa 1900

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This is now the Elko Cast Stone Company. It’s about the only remaining historic commercial structure from Elko’s heyday.

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Hotel, Circa 1900, Pulaski

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This Eclectic Victorian is the most visible landmark in Pulaski. Christine McNeill writes: Now, a private residence, this was originally the hotel in Pulaski. Located across the street from the railroad, train tickets were purchased inside in the front room. According to the Bulloch County Historical Society [Pulaski was originally located in Bulloch County] marker, Pulaski was founded as railroad town in 1900. H. Lehman and George O. Franklin bought farmland from J. H. Warren and J. W. Williams and built this hotel and several commercial storefronts. At its peak, anchored by the turpentine industry, the community supported warehouses, general stores, a cotton gin, pharmacy, shoe store, and barber shop.

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