Wynn Peanut & Shelling, Sycamore 4 Replies This nice old warehouse and the garage seen in the next post were among the first places I photographed for Vanishing South Georgia six years ago. They haven’t changed much since then. Advertisement Share This:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Related
my grandmother was MATTIE WYNN ALEXANDER SHE PASSED AWAY IN SYCAMORE IN 1951. I moved to fl. after that.
My dad actually worked at the garage in the 40’s and I think the 50’s as well.
In Arabi, Ga on 441 there was an old white house that had a unique Victorian archetecture and green octagonal shingles. I loved it, but in recent years, trees and bushes are blocking the view from 441. It has been 3-4 years since I have been by it and perhaps it is no longer there. It is on the north side of town on the west side of the road.
I enjoy seeing your posts very much. I grew up in Forsyth, Georgia, but left at seventeen. This brings back many memories. I was in business school in Atlanta with a girl from Sycamore by the name of Beulah (Bootsie) Denham. Her family owned a farm there. Just wondered if you knew the family. Great work, Ann Stuart Roberson