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Lowery "Rat" Welch is pictured in his modified version of the T-Model Ford automobile which he named the "Jazz Wagon." The scene is Greenville Street in 1923, during the Roaring Twenties.

Rhodes Johnson and Nancy Bowers (Johnson) are seated in the front seat of this new automobile in the yard at the old Bowers home in the White Oak Community, J.D. Johnson and Mary Hunter (Chestnut) are seated in the back.

In 1935 the J.L Weddingon, Jr. Chevrolet dealership and Texaco gasoline station was located on Greenville Street at the site presently occupied by Arnall Insurance Company and the drive-in windows of the C&S Bank. Shown in the photograph is the staff…

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,…

Posing in this automobile in 1922 or 1923 is Mary McMichael (Borders). The photograph, provided by Mrs. Borders, was made in from of her house at Pearl Lake south of Newnan on U.S. Highway 29.
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