These derelict warehouses are well-known landmarks in downtown Valdosta. Multiple tenants have occupied them over the past century.
The W. L. Wisenbaker Company, wholesale grocer, was one of the earliest tenants. Others have included the Thomas Dekle Hardware Company, Valdosta Paper Company, Pearce & Skinner, and Mutual Candy Company.
The ghost signs are popular with photographers.
Valdosta Commercial Historic District, National Register of Historic Places
Thanks to Robert Graham for bringing this house to my attention. It’s a wonderful example of a vernacular farmhouse.
This handsome church has recently been restored. I hope to learn more about its history.
There’s no sign at this church and I can’t determine if it’s active or not. It’s a nice form. Thanks to Alice Knipp Garnto, who had previously photographed it, for the identification.
This is one of several Queen Anne houses in Rochelle. The style was very popular in the town in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
This congregation dates to circa 1910.