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Auburn, 1899, Long County

This was the home of Helen Williams Coxon (1899-1989), a pioneer journalist,editor, and publisher (The Ludowici News). Known statewide as the “Lady from Long”, she served in the Georgia House of Representatives and the Georgia Senate. She was also the first woman on the State Board of Pardons and Paroles, serving the year it was created (1943). The home, known as Auburn, was built by Helen’s father, Harry Guston Williams (1864-1937), who came from Warren County, North Carolina, to Georgia, and eventually operated thirteen sawmills. It remains in the family.

Helen Reid Williams Coxon [Public Domain Photograph, via Georgia Department of Pardons and Paroles]




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Craftsman Farmhouse, Bulloch County

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Rushing Barn, Bulloch County

This hay and stock barn, owned by the John Rushing family, is a twin to the famous Coleman Barn (Big Barn) located about 35 miles away in Candler County. I haven’t been able to determine anything about the builder of either, but he should be known for his wonderful work. The Coleman barn and this example are among the two nicest early-20th-century barns in South Georgia. They are landmarks in their own right.

Thanks to James Lanier for background and Kenneth Dixon for location information.


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Folk Victorian House, 1903, Brooklet

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Craftsman House, 1920, Nevils

This eclectic Craftsman features spacious porches on both floors. It’s one of the most impressive houses in town.

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Tobacco Barn, Bulloch County

This is located in the Sandy Creek community.

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Folk Victorian Farmhouse, Circa 1890, Evans County

The gables feature an interesting shake/shingle pattern.


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