Striking [vintage photographs] of small town life in Georgia in 1939

Many residents of Greene County, Georgia struggled to make ends meet in 1939.  Marion Post Wolcott documented their difficulties, and anything else that interest her as she traveled with photographs.

Rural rehabilitation family. Greene County, Georgia 1939Rural rehabilitation family. Greene County, Georgia2

Black Grocery Store in Sylvania, Georgia. Prices posted outside  negro grocery store, Sylvania, Georgia. Prices posted outside

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Negro grocery store. Sylvania, Georgia jun 1939

One of the Oldest Churches in Greene County, GeorgiaOne of the oldest churches in Greene County, Georgia

One of the oldest churches in Greene County, Georgia2

Hanging around railroad tracks in center of town of Fitzgerald, Georgia

Hanging around railroad tracks in center of town of Fitzgerald, Georgia 1939

Old Dover, Georgia Hotel

Old hotel in Dover, Georgia may 1939

Unlabeled Photograph may be related to Dover Hotel

old hotel dover

Railroad work crew houses near Madison, GeorgiaGeorgia. Railroad work crew houses near Madison, Georgia may 1939

Hanging clothes on fence to dry, Greene County, GeorgiaHanging clothes on fence to dry, Greene County, Georgia

A Blacksmith’s Shop in Greene County, Georgia

Blacksmith shop. Greene County, Georgia apr 1939Men hanging around crossroads store, Greene County, Georgia 1939

Men hanging around crossroads store, Greene County, Georgia 1939

Men hanging around crossroads store2, Greene County, Georgia 1939

 

 

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