Masonic Home
Title:
Masonic Home
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-18


Greetings from Macon
Title:
Greetings from Macon
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused



Greetings from Macon, Georgia
Title:
Greetings from Macon, Georgia
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused


Greetings from Macon
Title:
Greetings from Macon
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused



Greetings from Macon
Title:
Greetings from Macon
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused


One of Many Beautiful Colonial Homes in Town
Title:
One of Many Beautiful Colonial Homes in Town
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen

Description:
Georgia is Famed for Peaches, Kaolin, Sports, Sunshine and Pretty Girls. Visit Macon, growing and progressive, yet remindful of the old South. See historic buildings and sites, lovely colonial architecture, prehistoric Indian relics and exhibits. The Macon Chamber of Commerce will supply additional information on request.



Wesleyan Female College - Oldest Chartered College for Women in the World
Title:
Wesleyan Female College - Oldest Chartered College for Women in the World
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back PM 1910 Sep-29


Poplar Street, Looking South
Title:
Poplar Street, Looking South
Macon Georgia (GA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Birthplace of Sidney Lainer, Georgia's Poet
Title:
Birthplace of Sidney Lainer, Georgia's Poet
Macon Georgia (GA), White Border


Masonic Home
Title:
Masonic Home
Macon Georgia (GA), White Border unused



New Federal Building and Post Office
Title:
New Federal Building and Post Office
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
On the site of, and similar in architectural design to original building of Wesleyan College, established 1836, the oldest college in the world chartered to grant degrees to women


Base Hospital Area at Cochran Field
Title:
Base Hospital Area at Cochran Field
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused



"It's Mess Time" at Camp Wheeler
Title:
"It's Mess Time" at Camp Wheeler
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1941


Canoeing on Beautiful Lake
Title:
Canoeing on Beautiful Lake
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen

Description:
The Middle Georgia Playground on US Highway 60, near Macon, Georgia



Exchange Bank Building
Title:
Exchange Bank Building
Macon Georgia (GA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Citizens' National Bank
Title:
Citizens' National Bank
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back PM 1911 Jul-20



Magnolia Tourist Courts
Title:
Magnolia Tourist Courts
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
U.S. Highway 41, five miles South of the town


The Bankers Insurance Building, Macon, Ga
Title:
The Bankers Insurance Building, Macon, Ga
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Macon is the County Seat of Bibb County. It serves a trade territory of over 1,000,000 people. Here is the center of the famous Georgia peach belt and is surrounded by approximately seven million peach trees. Macon's founders showed unusual foresight in laying out the city's downtown plan, which exists today as a fine example of controlled traffic



Miller High School and Gymnasium
Title:
Miller High School and Gymnasium
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Interesting facts about Macon: the city is but six miles west from the geographical center of Georgia... the city was once the State Capital... as a city of culture. Macon has few equals... Wesleyan College for Women was the first of its kind in the world. Established here in 1836... starting as a trading post known as Fort Hawkins, it became the town of Macon in 1823


Masonic Home of Georgia
Title:
Masonic Home of Georgia
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Where orphaned children of Masonic parents are housed and educated. Supported by the Masons of Georgia. Located in Shirley Hills, suburb of Macon



City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
The original City Hall was built in 1836; reconstructed and fireproofed by the city with the cooperation of FERA and CWA funds. Old Southern style of architecture with huge white columns on the front, one of the most beautiful and elaborate in the USA


Bibb County Court House, Macon, Ga
Title:
Bibb County Court House, Macon, Ga
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Bibb County Court House, completed in 1924, as another part of Macon's gigantic building program. In the foreground is seen the upper part of a monument to the Confederate Soldiers of America



Lanier Boys' High School
Title:
Lanier Boys' High School
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Once a Indian Trading Post, next to grow into Fort Hawkins, this city became known as Macon in 1823. Today Macon is important both in cultural and industrial fields. Its schools offer more than ordinary educational facilities


Cherry Street Looking East, showing the Bankers Insurance Building in Right Foreground
Title:
Cherry Street Looking East, showing the Bankers Insurance Building in Right Foreground
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Macon, "The Heart of Georgia." occupies a group of hills overlooking the Ocmulgee River. It was the birthplace of the famed Souther poet, Sidney Lanier. Wide streets, more than 500 acres of public parks with ample trees and colonial architecture, make Macon a typical city of the deep South



One of Beautiful Camp Wheeler's Main Thoroughfares
Title:
One of Beautiful Camp Wheeler's Main Thoroughfares
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused


City Auditorium
Title:
City Auditorium
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Macon's $1,250,000 Auditorium, built in 1925, has the largest copper covered dome of any building in the world, has a seating capacity of 4,500 in the main convention hall, with smaller halls also available. This building is used for conventions, shows, athletic contests, Grand Opera and other forms of entertainment



Scene in Business District, showing the Bankers Insurance Building in Center
Title:
Scene in Business District, showing the Bankers Insurance Building in Center
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Macon was the birthplace of the famed Southern poet, Sidney Lanier. Wide streets, more than 500 acres of public parks with ample trees and colonial architecture, make macon a typical city of the deep south, worthwhile visiting


Tattnall Square Park, Looking Towards Mercer College
Title:
Tattnall Square Park, Looking Towards Mercer College
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1932 Dec-5

Description:
TATTNAL SQUARE PARK. one of the city's beauty spots, looking toward Mercer University. Photo courtesy of Macon Chamber of Comerce



Fourth National Band and Cherry St
Title:
Fourth National Band and Cherry St
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back PM 1910 Oct-9


Greater Wesleyan College
Title:
Greater Wesleyan College
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Wesleyan College, oldest chartered college in the world for women. U.S. Highway 41 Colourpicture



Quality Motel
Title:
Quality Motel
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
1-75 at Hartley Bridge Road Exit. Tub & showers; piped music; bridal & executive suites; restaurant; candy & gift shop


Bird's Eye View at Night
Title:
Bird's Eye View at Night
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back PM May-29



Administration Building and Willingham Chapel
Title:
Administration Building and Willingham Chapel
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
On the campus of Mercer University. In 1874, construction of the Administration Building is completed at a cost of $100,000. In 1880 the cornerstone of the new chapel building is in place, and dedicated in 1881


Mulberry Street Methodist Church
Title:
Mulberry Street Methodist Church
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused



Mercer University: Willingham Chapel
Title:
Mercer University: Willingham Chapel
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
Co-educational Baptist University granting degrees in liberal arts, science, and law. Founded in 1833 at Penfield, Ga. and was moved to Macon in 1871. Mercer is sometimes called the "School of Statesmen"


Administration Building and Willingham Chapel, Mercer University
Title:
Administration Building and Willingham Chapel, Mercer University
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome PM 1967 Aug

Description:
Tichnor Bros., Inc



Court House and The Grand
Title:
Court House and The Grand
Macon Georgia (GA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-6


Magnolia Tourist Courts
Title:
Magnolia Tourist Courts
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1954 Mar-10

Description:
U. S. Highway 41, Five Miles South of Macon Georgia's Largest and Finest. Private telephones, paneled heat, air-conditioned rooms and grill. Excellent food. Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crawford Telephone: 3-3783



Birthplace and Boyhood Home of Sidney Lanier, Georgia's Poet
Title:
Birthplace and Boyhood Home of Sidney Lanier, Georgia's Poet
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Sidney Lanier, world famous poet, born at Macon, Ga., Feb.3, 1842. His home still stands at 213 High Street


Pine Brook Inn and Motel, The Red Barn
Title:
Pine Brook Inn and Motel, The Red Barn
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome PM 1960 Apr-22

Description:
Located 5 miles north on U. S. 41 & 23. One of the Finest Restaurants and Motels in the South, catering to those who enjoy good food and lodging. Telephone Sh 5-0429



The Citizens and Southern National Bank
Title:
The Citizens and Southern National Bank
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
The world's one and only crystal palace bank. Intensely exciting and highly interesting! The glory of long-ago days awaits visitors to this Victorian Bank in Macon, Georgia


Poplar Street
Title:
Poplar Street
Macon Georgia (GA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 May-1



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back PM 1913 Nov-13


Town & Country Motel
Title:
Town & Country Motel
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
$8.00 & up US-80 & I-475 Macon, Georgia 31208 (912) 781-7131 108 Deluxe rooms, all with color TV. Pool. Restaurants adjacent. AAA



Quality Inn
Title:
Quality Inn
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome PM 1977 Jul-14

Description:
Macon's favorite overnight "INN CROWD Location." Located within 32 store Riverside Plaza Shopping Center


Courtesy Court
Title:
Courtesy Court
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome PM 1964 Dec-29

Description:
2 miles north of Macon, Georgia, on Scenic U.S. 129 and Georgia 11-22; Phone SHerwood 6-7361; new - modern - quiet - comfortable; 16 spacious rooms - fireproof - steam heat - restaurant - playground - ceramic tile baths - free beauty rest mattresses - air-conditioned. Golf range on premises



Popular Street, Looking South
Title:
Popular Street, Looking South
Macon Georgia (GA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Macon Mall
Title:
Macon Mall
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 150407 Sears Court provides the shopper or visitor a spacious area to browse, eat, or just relax. Access to the lower level is available as well as to a number of mall stores including Sears. Beauty and convenience at Macon Mall



Pinebrook Inn, U. S. 41, 5 Miles North
Title:
Pinebrook Inn, U. S. 41, 5 Miles North
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome

Description:
Series 56211 Pinebrook Inn, "The Red Barn." Good Food Served in Delightful Surroundings. On U. S. 41, 5 miles north of center of Macon, Ga.


Alpine Lodge, 1990 Riverside Dr. On U. S. 23 & 87
Title:
Alpine Lodge, 1990 Riverside Dr. On U. S. 23 & 87
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 17025-B 40 Rooms - Phones - TV - Tub Shower Comb. Room Control Air-Cond & Heat Swimming Pool - Fire-Proof Bldg. Restaurant Adjacent. 24 Hr. Service



Greater Wesleyan College
Title:
Greater Wesleyan College
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Series 38 This new plant of the world's oldest college for women (chartered 1836) is located just north of Macon on the paved Atlantic-Macon Highway. The new plant was first used in September, 1928. The buildings in Macon formerly occupied by the college are now used exclusively by the Wesleyan Conservatory of Music.


Cotton Scene On Popular Street
Title:
Cotton Scene On Popular Street
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 20177



Hotel Dempsey
Title:
Hotel Dempsey
Macon Georgia (GA), White Border unused


Mulberry Street Looking East
Title:
Mulberry Street Looking East
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back PM 1913 Ded-08

Description:
Showing Georgia Life Insurance Building



Macon Mall
Title:
Macon Mall
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
Macon Mall provides shoppers with accessibility, comfort, and convenience. Located on Eisenhower Parkway (U.S. 80) between 1-475 and 1-75, this two-level enclosed mall houses over 120 stores in climate-controlled temperature the year round. MACON MALL, "The beautiful way to shop".


Museum Building At Ocmulgee National Monument
Title:
Museum Building At Ocmulgee National Monument
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Historic Macon is located near the site of an Indian Village which was in existence tow centuries before Columbus came. This village site is now owned and has been developed by the National Park Service as the archaeological center for the Southeast. The magnificent Museum Building at Ocmulgee National Monument contains displays from excavations of historical and per-historical interest



Courtesy Court, U. S. Highway 129 & Ga. 22
Title:
Courtesy Court, U. S. Highway 129 & Ga. 22
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
New - Modern - Quiet - Comfortable Spacious Rooms to Accommodate Large Families. Ceramic Tile Showers Beautyrest Mattresses - Steam Heat Air cooled and air-Conditioned Rooms Telephone 2-9610 for Reservations


Birthplace Of Sidney Lanier
Title:
Birthplace Of Sidney Lanier
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Georgia's Poet



Washington Park
Title:
Washington Park
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1936 Jul-04


Dempsey Motor Hotel
Title:
Dempsey Motor Hotel
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome PM 1953 Jul-22

Description:
Complete hotel services, with motel conveniences, located in the heart of bustling Macon. Coffee shop, tavern, pet kennel, airline ticket offices, banquet and meeting rooms. 11 story garage located in building provides Free parking all rooms completely air conditioned, with TV, radio, background music and telephone.



Insurance Company Of North America Building
Title:
Insurance Company Of North America Building
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused


Hay House, 934 Georgia Ave
Title:
Hay House, 934 Georgia Ave
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
Italian renaissance Villa built 1855-60. Fabulous furnishings, priceless antiques, rare objects d'art, museum pieces, paintings, tapestries, floor coverings and decoration. Open to public reasonable charge.



New Federal Building And Post Office
Title:
New Federal Building And Post Office
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
On the site of and similar in architectural design to original building of Wesleyan College, established 1836, the oldest college in the world chartered to grant degrees to women.


Ocmulgee National Park Museum
Title:
Ocmulgee National Park Museum
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
At Indian Mound



Sydney Lanier
Title:
Sydney Lanier
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
This is the Home of Sydney Lanier. Poet - Linguist and Lawyer Born February 3, 1842 Died September 7, 1881 Macon, Ga.


The Kingfisher Cabin
Title:
The Kingfisher Cabin
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Kingfisher Cabin, writing retreat of well-known Macon novelist and short story author Harry Stillwell Edwards, was built in 1929. Edwards used the cabin to produce a weekly column for the "Atlanta Journal". The cabin graces the Sweetgum nature Trail at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, Georgia.



Wesleyan Lake And Campus, Wesleyan College
Title:
Wesleyan Lake And Campus, Wesleyan College
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome PM 1968 May-27


Alpine Motel
Title:
Alpine Motel
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
1990 Riverside Dr. on Ga. 87 - 148. 91 rooms - Phones - TV - Tub - Shower Comb. Room Control Air cond. & Heat Swimming Pool - Fireproof Bldg, Restaurant Adjacent 24 Hr. Service B. J. Reeves, Res. Mgr. P. O. Box 802 746-6221.



U. S. Post Office
Title:
U. S. Post Office
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused


Birthplace Of Sidney Lanier
Title:
Birthplace Of Sidney Lanier
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1942

Description:
Georgia's poet. In this home on February 3, 1842 was born Sidney Lanier famous Southern poet. Who gave the world the "Song of the Chattahoochee" and other great poems.



Greetings From Greater Wesleyan College
Title:
Greetings From Greater Wesleyan College
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused


Greetings From Macon
Title:
Greetings From Macon
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused



Greetings From Macon
Title:
Greetings From Macon
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Peachtree Orchard in bloom. Macon was the birthplace of the famed Southern poet, Sidney Lanier. Wide streets, more than 500 acres of public parks with ample trees and colonial architecture, made Macon a typical city of the deep South, worth while visiting.


Bibb County Court House
Title:
Bibb County Court House
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Bibb county court House, completed in 1924, as another part of Macon's gigantic building program. In the foreground is seen the upper part of a monument to the Confederate soldiers of America.



United States Court House and Post Office
Title:
United States Court House and Post Office
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back PM 1908


Mercer University and Chapel
Title:
Mercer University and Chapel
Macon Georgia (GA), White Border PM 1923 Jul-28



Massee Apartments
Title:
Massee Apartments
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Macon, located in almost the exact geographical center of Georgia, is widely known as the center of the peach industry, of kaolin production and for its cultural institutions. Two colleges, Mercer University and Wesleyan College, are a century old


Camp Wheeler - Retreat
Title:
Camp Wheeler - Retreat
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused



Flanagan's Court and Hotel
Title:
Flanagan's Court and Hotel
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1950

Description:
2925 Houston Ave. 3 minutes from downtown on US 41 South; 55 cottages, rooms and apartments; gas and steam heated, electric fans, innerspring mattresses, private and connecting baths, garages, phone 5229. D.J. Flanagan and Holst C. Bealle, owners-managers


One of many beautiful colonial homes in Macon
Title:
One of many beautiful colonial homes in Macon
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1942 Dec-7

Description:
Georgia is famed for peaches, Kaolin, sports, sunshine and pretty girls. Visit Macon, growing and progressive, yet remindful of the old South. See historic buildings and sites, lovely colonial architecture, prehistoric Indian relics and exhibits. The Macon Chamber of Commerce will supply additional information on request



The First National Bank and Trust Co. Bldg
Title:
The First National Bank and Trust Co. Bldg
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
One of Macon's newest and most modern bank buildings. Completely fireproof and 100% air-conditioned. Located at the corner of 2nd and Cherry Sts. Truly a monument to the progressiveness of this thriving city Service News Co


Hotel Dempsey, Cor 3rd & Cherry Sts., Macon, GA
Title:
Hotel Dempsey, Cor 3rd & Cherry Sts., Macon, GA
Macon Georgia (GA), White Border unused



Recreation Park
Title:
Recreation Park
Macon Georgia (GA), White Border unused


Cotton Scene, Second St
Title:
Cotton Scene, Second St
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back PM 1906 Mar-28



Service Club, Camp Wheeler
Title:
Service Club, Camp Wheeler
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1945 Mar-15

Description:
Service News Co


Wesleyan College
Title:
Wesleyan College
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
Geo. Currey Dormitory area with A. D. Pi Fountain in foreground. The fountain was a gift of the first College sorority in the U.S. which was founded at Wesleyan



Hotel Dempsey
Title:
Hotel Dempsey
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Series 64540 This is the second largest hotel in Georgia, has a convention hall, modernistic in design, with a seating capacity of 750, located within one block of seven federal, and state highways


Christ Church
Title:
Christ Church
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back PM 1908 Feb-12



Massee Apartments
Title:
Massee Apartments
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1946 Jan-18

Description:
Macon, located in almost the exact geographical center of Georgia, is widely known as the center of the peach industry, of kaolin production and for its cultural institutions. Two colleges, Mercer University and Wesleyan College, are a century old


The Macon Hospital
Title:
The Macon Hospital
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
This is one of Macon's four hospitals, equipped with modern and complete facilities, including X-ray apparatus. Training schools for nurses are operated by three of these institutions. Macon is proud of its population's well being and its ability to handle with hospitality the many conventions that meet in the city



Wesleyan College
Title:
Wesleyan College
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome PM 1985 Aug-30

Description:
Series 150406
Wesleyan College: Wortham and Person's Dorm: A Methodist related College. Relocated in 1926 from original site on College Street. Organized in 1836. Wesleyan is the oldest college in the world chartered to grant degrees to women. Enrollment exceeds 200


Club House, Beautiful Lakeside Park
Title:
Club House, Beautiful Lakeside Park
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1952 Jul-19

Description:
A Middle Georgia Beauty Spot on U. S. Highway 80, Macon, Georgia.



Ocmulgee National Monument And Council Chamber In Distance
Title:
Ocmulgee National Monument And Council Chamber In Distance
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
On lands purchased by the citizens of Macon and Bibb Counties, the Ocmulgee National Monument was approved and established by an Act of Congress June 14, 1934; to be devoted to park purposes under the direction of the National Park Service. This site is thought to be the first town or settlement of the Creeks after their emigration from the west, beyond the Mississippi, their original native country.


Popular Street
Title:
Popular Street
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back PM 1934 Aug-27

Description:
Popular Street, Looking North, Showing St. Josephs Catholic Church and First Baptist Church. Macon, Ga.



Sidney Lanier Cottage
Title:
Sidney Lanier Cottage
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
Sidney Lanier, the South's most beloved poet was born in this cottage at 935 High Street on February 3, 1842. The renowned poet, linguist and lawyer died September 7, 1881


Hay House, 934 Georgia Ave.
Title:
Hay House, 934 Georgia Ave.
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
Italian renaissance Villa, built in the 1850's with an immense ballroom and a secret room where confederate gold was supposedly stored. Fabulous furnishings, priceless antiques, tapestries, floor coverings, crystal chandeliers, and gorgeous decorations. Open to the public during visiting hours.



Ocmulgee National Monument
Title:
Ocmulgee National Monument
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
Visitor Center and Administration Building


Night Scene Of Cherry-Street, Looking East,Macon,Ga.Service News Co
Title:
Night Scene Of Cherry-Street, Looking East,Macon,Ga.Service News Co
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused



Flanagan'S Court And Hotel, 2925 Houston Ave
Title:
Flanagan'S Court And Hotel, 2925 Houston Ave
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1941

Description:
3 MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN ON U. S. 41, SOUTH. 55 COTTAGES, ROOMS AND APARTMENTS. GAS AND STEAM HEATED, ELECTRIC FANS, MATTRESSES, PRIVATE AND CONNECTING BATHS, GARAGES. PHONE: 5229.


Cotton Scene On Second Street
Title:
Cotton Scene On Second Street
Macon Georgia (GA), Divided Back unused



Dempsey Hotel
Title:
Dempsey Hotel
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused


Mulberry Street Methodist Church
Title:
Mulberry Street Methodist Church
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused



Saint Joseph Catholic Church, 830 Poplar
Title:
Saint Joseph Catholic Church, 830 Poplar
Macon Georgia (GA), Chrome unused


Macon's Playground, Ragan's Park
Title:
Macon's Playground, Ragan's Park
Macon Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Skating - Dodgem Ride - Train Ride - Merry Go Round - Swimming in Pure Spring Water, Sand Bottom. Picnic Parties Welcome - Tables, Grills, etc. For Reservations Phone 2-1685.



Mulberry St., Confederate Monument
Title:
Mulberry St., Confederate Monument
Macon Georgia (GA), White Border PM 1923

Description:
Court House and Opera House




Total: 105 Items