Historic Storefront, Woodland

This was likely a grocery store. The style was among the most common in early-20th-century Georgia.

3 thoughts on “Historic Storefront, Woodland

  1. Paula Kaiser

    This was a “variety” store, antique store, – you name it. – It is across from what was Goolsby Grocery and the U.S. Post Office. The building next door was where the men of the town played cards!!

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  2. Paula Pearson Kaiser

    It was a grocery store. It was called Goolsbys. The Goolsbys were prominent citizens in Woodland, Manchester Talboton & Warm Springs. Roy Goolsby’s family owned it.

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