Tag Archives: Georgia Politics

Thomas P. Arnold House, 1906, Palmetto

This Eclectic house, designed by the Atlanta firm of Butt & Morris, features elements of the Classical Revival and Craftsman styles. It was the home of Palmetto mayor Thomas P. Arnold, and upon his death his son, Thomas P. Arnold, Jr., who also served as mayor of Palmetto.

Dr. William B. J. Hardman House, 1897, Commerce


As best I can determine from limited sources, this was the home of Dr. William Benjamin Johnson Hardman (23 November 1822-21 August 1904), the father of Governor Lamartine Hardman, who was also a physician. The elder Dr. Hardman was one of the most prominent and best-known citizens Harmony Grove (changed to Commerce in 1909).  Dr. Hardman served in Deadwyler’s Company, 4th Georgia Cavalry.


George H. W. Bush Commemorative Marker, Cornelia

Cornelia GA Marker Commemorating Visit of President George H W Bush Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing North Georgia USA 2014

May God Continue to Bless Our Community with the Love, Patriotism and Unity Shown During the Visit to Our Great County by President George Bush on October 20, 1992.