A Plentiful Cotton Harvest
Cotton Harvest, Newnan Court Square
This scene of harvested cotton being brought to market is on the north side of the Newnan Court Square in the 1920s. Automobiles can be seen among the loaded wagons. The spire of the First Baptist Church on West Washington Street can be seen in the background at center, and the spire of the First Methodist Church at its old location on Jackson Street can be seen at the extreme right.
David C. Stripling
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