Alamo, Georgia

This view was made from the corner of Commerce and Railroad Streets.

The hardware store in the foreground is a nice contrast to the old agricultural warehouses and water towers. Dot H. Brown writes that her father, J. F. Hattaway and his business partner Cecil Carroll built and operated the cotton gin and warehouses until about 1970.

2 thoughts on “Alamo, Georgia

  1. Dot H. Brown

    My father, J. F. Hattaway along with his partner Cecil Carroll, built and operated that warehouse and cotton gin until approximately 1970.
    Please add me to your list. dot30@bellsouth.net (Dot H. Brown)

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    1. Brian Brown Post author

      Dot: thanks for the information. I added it to the post. You will have to sign up to subscribe on the main page, where it says “Follow this Blog”. It won’t allow me to add people. We’d love to have you!

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