Allenwood Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Allenwood Motel & Restaurant
Louisville Georgia (GA), Chrome

Description:
1 1/2 miles north of Louisville, Ga. On US 1 and US 221. 27 air conditioned units, room TV, swimming pool. Phone MA5-3052.


Allenwood Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Allenwood Motel & Restaurant
Louisville Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
21 Air-conditioned units. Room T.V



Jefferson County Court House
Title:
Jefferson County Court House
Louisville Georgia (GA), Linen PM 1943 Jun-1

Description:
Built on the site of the First Capital of Georgia, which was destroyed by Sherman’s Army on the famous march to the sea in 1865; this building is modern in every respect. On the grounds is to be seen a granite marker erected by the Daughters of the Confederacy to commemorate the burning of the “Yazoo Fraud” papers early in the nineteenth century. All documents in connection with this gigantic steal were burned with “fire drawn from Heaven” Genuine Curteich-Chicago


Slave Market
Title:
Slave Market
Louisville Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Old Market House, erected in 1758, built of great oaken timbers still stands intact in the center of town. The bell that rang out the independence of the 13 colonies is still hanging in the tower and was stolen by Pirates in New Orleans and sold in Savannah.



Slave Market
Title:
Slave Market
Louisville Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Old Market House, erected in 1758, built of great oaken timbers still stands intact in the center of town. The bell that rang out the independence of the 13 colonies is still hanging in the tower and was stolen by Pirates in New Orleans and sold in Savannah.


Slave Market
Title:
Slave Market
Louisville Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Old Market House, erected in 1758, built of great oaken timbers still stands intact in the center of town. The bell that rang out the independence of the 13 colonies is still hanging in the tower and was stolen by Pirates in New Orleans and sold in Savannah.



Old Slave Market
Title:
Old Slave Market
Louisville Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Built in 1758 the only Slave Market in America is pictured on the reverse side. This old structure was built of "Iron Wood" at the junction of three important highways, and the present timbers are original. The bell hanging in this market and shown in the picture was cast for a French Convent in New Orleans captured by Pirates on the way over to this country. Pirates were later captured and brought into Savannah, and the bell hung in the state capitol - then located in Louisville.


Jefferson County Court House
Title:
Jefferson County Court House
Louisville Georgia (GA), Linen unused

Description:
Built on the site of the First Capitol of Georgia, which was destroyed by Sherman's army on their famous march to the sea in 1865; this building is modern in every respect On the grounds is to be seen a granite marker erected by the Daughters of the Confederacy to commemorate the burning of the "Yazoo Fraud" papers early in the nineteenth century. All documents in connection with this gigantic steal were burned with "fire drawn from Heaven."





Total: 8 Items