Hall-Odom Building, 1911, Newton

This is one of just two or three surviving historic commercial structures still standing in Newton after the Flint River Flood of 1994. I believe this one is in the best condition of the survivors.


3 thoughts on “Hall-Odom Building, 1911, Newton

  1. Susan Sheffield McGillvary

    My grandfather C.T. Williford had insurance office right by courthouse, and my grandfather Steve Sheffield, had gas station just down from it, and one of my McDaniel cousins had barber shop.

  2. Chris

    It was at one time. It is one of the only buildings left on the square after the flood of 1994. The courthouse still stands, but really no other buildings from what used to be downtown Newtown.


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