Spooner Company Sign, Warwick

As of 2014, I believe t his sign has been removed, but I’m not sure.



5 thoughts on “Spooner Company Sign, Warwick

  1. Pingback: Aultman Farms Warehouse, Warwick | Vanishing Georgia: Photographs by Brian Brown

  2. Phoebe Kaltenbach, maiden name Phoebe G Aultman

    Hello, I hail from the Aultman clan, the older the family the better their stories. The history of GA is nothing less than amazing, I love seeing and hearing from the old timers, full of stories all of which are not just not tall tales of fishing. Visit my business website Phoebe Enterprise.com/Albany GA opened in Albany in 1991 about us. I truly love GA and listening to their stories, puts visions of pioneers in our heads.

    Thank you, for the photo coverage.


  3. Fred Gleaton

    Send me an e-mail. I would love to talk with you sometime. I kept looking and eventually saw that you had a relative from Arabi. I grew up 7-8 miles from Arabi, in the Acorn Pond community. I am just another lawyer in Atlanta now.

  4. Fred Gleaton

    I just wanted to thank you for this website. I have often thought that this very project should be pursued, but then, I am not a photographer. I grew up on a farm between Warwick and Doles in the 50’s and 60’s. My father played high school ball in that Pullen Hall Gym in the 30’s. “Paulk’s Sporting Goods” was, in reality, a pool hall, though I never knew any more about it than one could see from walking slowly past. My mother would have died on the spot if any of us ever went in there.


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