Category Archives: Lincolnton GA

Lincolnton Club House, 1935

Built for the Women’s Club by the Works Progress Administration during the Great Depression, this now serves as the community house.

Lincolnton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

Art Deco Storefronts, Lincolnton

This end of Main Street is dominated by simple Art Deco storefronts.

 

Lincolnton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

Lincolnton Dry Cleaners, 1956

Lincolnton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

 

Streamline Moderne Storefront, Lincolnton

This “modern” landmark is located on Main Street. It’s an increasingly endangered style in Georgia.

Lincolnton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

Garage & Filling Station, 1930s, Lincolnton

Lincolnton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

Anderson & Sons Building, Lincolnton

Lincolnton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

Garage & Filling Station, Lincolnton

Lincolnton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

The Lincoln Journal, Lincolnton

In 1882, John D. Colley and Thomas B. Hollenshead established Lincoln County’s first newspaper, the Lincolnton News. It was purchased by James H. Boykin in 1897 and renamed The Lincoln Journal. It remains the town’s official news source.

Lincolnton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

Peachtree Street Storefronts, Lincolnton

Downtown Lincolnton was surprisingly busy when I was there. I was glad to see that most of the storefronts were in use.

Lincolnton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places