Flanders Store, 1924, Emanuel County

Most commercial architecture in early 2oth century rural Georgia was vernacular in nature, with the vast majority of stores being rectangular gable front structures. The Chesley Flanders General Store near Summertown is an excellent example of a community landmark that remains largely unaltered from its original appearance.

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