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Peebles Commissary, 1920s, Emanuel County

 

Becki L. Stroud writes: This store was once owned by Malley Houston Peebles who sold it to his younger brother Cicero Talmadge Peebles. Malley Peebles moved closer to Swainsboro, Georgia, and opened the long gone Southern Pines Tourist Camp on U.S. Hwy 1. I believe the building dates back to around the 1920s. My grandparents were married there by a justice of the peace.

Like many commissaries, this may have also served the area as a general store.

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Hay Barn, Emanuel County

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Board-and-Batten House, Emanuel County

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Gable Front Farmhouse, Emanuel County

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Hip-Roof Farmhouse, Emanuel County

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Folk Victorian Farmhouse, Emanuel County

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Folk Victorian Houses, Twin City

There are several houses of this style in Twin City.

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