Photojournalist Marion Post Wolcott took these photographs in 1939 of Greensboro, Georgia as she traveled in the area.
- A glimpse of rural life in Georgia in 1939, times were hard
- Amazing photographs of Jackson Plantation in Greene County,…
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- Striking photographs of small town life in Georgia in 1939
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- Photographs while traveling through rural Georgia in 1937
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- Auburn, Alabama – home of Auburn University was settled after the Native Americans left in 1833
- Patron+ Good Ole Days – Bug Exterminators – transcribed from an 1874 newspaper
- Patron – October 2, 1884 – Land ownership notices, witness names and ads from The Shelby Chronicle, Shelby County, Alabama.
- Patron+ Simpson manuscript – Tuscaloosa became the capital of Alabama in 1826
- FUNNY FRIDAY: Well, give me that one too, maybe it will help me! – Christmas story
- BIOGRAPHY: Rev. Maurice M. Archer b. 1858 ex-slave
- BIOGRAPHY: Samuel Black Ackland/Acklen born November 15, 1767
- Calera, Alabama, 1st named Buxahatchie, home of the Golly hole & one of the finest artesian wells in the state
- Patron – Muster roll of Montgomery Rifles, Army of Alabama 1861
- Patron+ Did you know the Revolutionary War was fought in Alabama?