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David Boyd, Sr., was featured guest speaker of the Senoia Lions Club held February 8, 1982. Boyd discussed the difficulties and enjoyment of political caricatures, and described how he got into the business of political cartooning. Boyd, left,…

These youngsters were third graders at Brantley Institute in Senoia around 1937. In the photo are, from left, front, L.R. Crawford, Hilda Harris, Julia Blount, Barbara Jean Hyde; second row, Merrill Harris, Johnny Kent, next child unknown, Abbie Ann…

The Hollberg Hotel in Senoia was built in 1907 by C.F. Hollberg, Sr. The massive home was operated as a hotel until 1930. It is shown in this postcard image provided by Winnie Glover Cline. The card was sent to her sister, the late Mary Glover Nixon,…

Families of workers from Southern Mills are gathered for this photo made in 1942, provided by Charles F. Welden. Mr. Welden remembered a number of people scattered through the group. In addition to Charles Welden and Dorothy Welden they include:…

High School students from Brantley Institute in Senoia visited the Post Office Department in Washington, D.C., on May 31, 1939. Mrs. Coral Moses Hand was the teacher, shown at far right standing next to James W. Cole, second assistant postmaster…

Shown on this postcard from the early 1900s is First Baptist Church in Senoia. The card, loaned by Charles Strickland, has a February 19090 postmark stamped on the back and was mailed to Greenville, Ga. It was published by the Senoia Drug Store and…

This interior view of Hutchinson Motor Company in Senoia is the second of two photographs provided by J.B. Hutchinson Jr. and his sister, Eleanor H. Smith. An exterior view was published October 1. The automobile dealership was operated by J.B.…

The Ford automobile dealership in Senoia was operated by Hutchinson Motor Company on Main Street from 1928 until 1947. It was owned by J.B. Hutchinson, Sr. During the years of World War II, civilian automobiles were unavailable; so Mr. Hutchinson…

A sacred harp singing was the occasion for this photograph of the McCullough family at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church near Senoia, Georgia, in 1907. Show in the photograph are Arch McCullough, Mrs. Cleo Tidwell McCullough, Euell McCullough, Grady…

Senoia Hardware Company was owned by L.L. Hutchinson and Walt Arnall and located on the north side of Main Street in downtown Senoia. Standing inside the store in this scene are Walt Arnall, left, and Elbert Caldwell, right. The building is still…

Nixon Grove School was a one-room wooden building located between Senoia and Haralson. It was in operation from 1905 until about 1919. It served grades one through six. Note the school bell on top of the building.

Several class photos from Brantley Institute in Senoia have been published in the Coweta County Remembered feature. From left are, front, Verdell Bell, Lois Bedenbaugh, Elln Kate Burdette, Willena Nolan, Nell Herren, Margaret Shell, Alma Byrom, Sadie…

These graduates are from Brantley Institute in Senoia in 1943. From left are, front, Edna Norton, Louise Johnson, Imogene Thompson, Ellen Morgan, Lora Kent, Lucy Tinsley, Thelma Crawford, Raiford Rowe, James Gardner; back, Miss Mann, Mrs. Hand, Joe…

These young people are 1939 graduates of Senoia High School, also known as Brantley Institute. From left are, front, Charlotte Tribble, Ila Cooper, Audrey Morgan, Miriam Parks, Virginia Shell and Kate Jones; second row, Ben Haisten, Sadie Chappell,…

This is the first grade group at the Senoia Brantley Istitute, known as the Senoia School, in October 1938. In the photograph are,m from left, Frances Johnson, Bobby Wilson, Thomas Caldwell, Mildred Hannah, Eleanor Hutchinson, Eugene Gordon and Billy…

This is the basketball team for Brantley Institute in Senoia for 1934-35. From left are, front, Howard Norton and Durant "Dude" Coates; second row, James Glazier, John Nations and Hugh Attaway; third row, Hoyt Dukes, Principal W.M. Pettis and Carl…

This photo of Senoia shows the Senoia School Sixth Grade for 1953-54. This picture was made the last year that school was taught in the Senoia School. The following year, 1954-55, all students in the eastern part of Coweta County attended the new…

This house was home of Capt. W.D. Linch. The photo, submitted by Paul McKnight, Jr., was probably made in 1891, or that may be the date the house was built. The house is presently owned and occupied by his mother Mrs. Paul R. McKnight, Sr. It was…

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Warm weather is here, and with it comes the American tradition of baseball for old and young alike. This group of men is the Senoia Baseball Team of 1905-1906. Team members include, from left, front, a man named Norton, Ralph McKnight, a Tech…

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This Family group from Senoia, Georgia, in about 1899. The only person who can be positively identified is the gentleman standing in the back, fourth from left, Leonard Pinkston Neill.

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This photograph of a groupd of Senoia School students from 1923 or 1924 has been submitted by two different people, Coweta County resident Mrs. Montine Caldwell, whose husband is in the group, and by Mrs. Robert C. NeSmith of Raleigh, North Carolina.…

These young people are graduates in the "Class of '38" from Brantley Institute in Senoia. Included are, from left, front, Christine Thompson, Harold Roesel, Frances Nations, Bernice Morgan, Reba Cooper, Henry Couch, Mary Emily Shell, Hiram Todd, Jr.,…

The harvesting of trees is still big business in Coweta County, but these scenes show an operation more than 35 years ago. The top photo shows a load of logs cut near Haralson about 1948. The 1946 model truck was purchased by the late G.W. Skinner…

Some of the names and faces in this 1920s photo of fourth and fifth graders at the Senoia School may be familiar. The school was also known as the Brantley Institute, explains Mrs. Montine Caldwell, who provided the photo. Among those in the picture…

A Coweta County family is shown with this automobile in a pose photographed about 1912. The picture of the Morgan Addy Caldwell family was taken at the Caldwell home on Standing Rock Road near Senoia. Standing on the far left is Mary Kate Caldwell,…
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