Tag Archives: South Georgia Tar Paper/False Brick Structures

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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Central Hallway House, Taylor County

The hand-sawed porch posts elevate this simple form to an important example of local craftsmanship. I hope to learn more about its history.

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Tenant Farmhouse, Crawford County

This was likely part of the Pearson peach farming operation located in Crawford and Peach counties.

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General Store, Kibbee

There was a post office in Kibbee from 1886-1976. Since post offices were often located in stores in the smallest communities, it’s possible that it was located here, but this building was likely long out of service by 1976. It was more likely located at T. A Blocker’s store out on the highway.

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Tobacco Barn, Coffee County

This barn is located between Red Bluff and Jacksonville.

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Tenant Farmhouse, Irwin County

I’ve been photographing this wonderful tenant house for nearly 15 years. It’s a great example of a once-common form.

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Vernacular Cottage, Washington County

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