Lumpkin Commercial Historic District, National Register of Historic Places
Judy Harris writes that this was the Pitts Service Station. She notes it was more a garage than a service station at the time, but later just sold gas. She also recalls that Ralph Evans had an upholstery shop in the back of the building.
Thanks to Jean Ouzts for the identification. She notes that this was Bill Sloan’s store.
This was A. J. Lowery’s Western Auto store, a landmark in Hazlehurst for many years.
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