Gambrel-Roof Barn, Dooly County


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2 responses to “Gambrel-Roof Barn, Dooly County

  1. Pam Crews

    Love seeing these old buildings,do you ever photograph places in Wayne County?

  2. gajoe42

    The decline in dairy farming was only one reason barns were less often built after the 1930s. Mules, declined in suse dramatically . The required shelter as did their leather harness and feed. I recall that some of the older farmers still kept mules after they bought a tractor, and had obvious affection for their long-lived mules, each one seemingly having a unique personality.

    On Wed, Feb 24, 2021 at 7:52 AM Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown wrote:

    > Brian Brown posted: “” >

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