Tag Archives: South Georgia Tar Paper/False Brick Structures

Saddlebag Farmhouse, Dooly County

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Folk Victorian Farmhouse, Dooly County

This exceptional double-pen farmhouse in northwestern Dooly County, featuring a shed room at the rear, is a highly stylized example of the form. Queen Anne porch posts give the house its distinct appearance, and the floor-to-ceiling windows and transom are unusual features for such a small house.

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Tobacco Barn, Bulloch County

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Saddlebag Tenant Farmhouse, Sumter County

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Queen Anne Folk Victorian Farmhouse & Barn, Marion County

This historic farmhouse is a great example of Folk Victorian architecture.

As is somewhat common in this area, local stone was used in the construction of the chimney.

 

 

 

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Abandoned House, Rupert

I believe this was a house, but it’s possible it was a store. It’s located at the center of what was once Rupert. It’s difficult to distinguish the town site today.

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Central Hallway House, Circa 1890, Howard

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Tenant Farmhouse, Twiggs County

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Gabled-Ell Farmhouse, Macon County

This photograph dates to 2009. The house was located between Marshallville and Garden Valley; I’m not sure if it’s still standing.

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General Store, Washington County

If not a general store, this was possibly a commissary, precinct house, or even a schoolhouse. I will update when I learn more.

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