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Old Covered Bridge over Pumpkinvine Creek between Dallas and Cartersville





                                   Courtesy of 
Georgia Archives, Vanishing Georgia Collection


Oak Hill School

The students of Oak Hill School, a one-room school in Paulding County, gather with their teacher, Ella Louise Babb, for a photograph in 1904. Similar schools opened around the county early in the twentieth century.




Hiram, 1937.  Aunt Mandy who worked for John T. Lester preparing vegetables for dinner.



Paulding County, ca. 1880. Coleman Sawmill. Timber for the railroad was processed here.



Paulding County Farmer

Jacob Searight Freeman, pictured circa 1927, was a cotton farmer in Paulding County. Agriculture has played an integral role in the county's economy since the nineteenth century.  Location now where the Dallas Walmart store stands.



Hiram, about 1903. Dr. and Mrs. E.W. Dean, Guy Gray (Mrs. Dean's nephew),child - Durell Dean. The Dean home. Dr. Dean's horses, buggy, and driver. Shows mode of transportation. Small town home of that era.


Paulding County, ca. 1920s. Collapsed bridge.