Though it’s now a private residence, this structure once served as a hotel/boarding house.
I had a nice visit with Mr. Usry, who owns this property. He noted that it was moved to this location many years ago after serving as the schoolhouse for the community of Grange, in Jefferson County. It’s been used as a storage facility for many years.
This was originally the Gibson Theatre, opened in the late 1940s or or early 1950s. Since 1986, it has been home to the Gibson Lodge No. 257, F. & A. M.
This courthouse was built by J. W. McMillian & Son on the site of an 1858 residence. The property was a gift of William Gibson, the town’s namesake.
National Register of Historic Places
I wasn’t quite sure as to the style of this house, but it’s my favorite in all of Glascock County. Thanks to its current owner, Nancy Kent for the identification.