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Welcome to Woodville: 1941

Welcome to Woodville: 1941

June 1941. "The center of Woodville. Greene County, Georgia." Medium format acetate negative by Jack Delano for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

 

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Still Would-Ville

Looks like a fine place to stop for refreshments along a road trip:

Double Cola

Double Cola ,the brand was unknown to me until now.
Luckily I found 5 Original Double Cola Flange Signs in the original shipping crate!

Just waiting for Spencer Tracy to arrive

Looks like the set for Bad Day at Black Rock.

Georgia Irish

The Gaelic name Ruark on that store/gas stop/garage is a reminder of Irish Catholic (and Scotch-Irish) immigration into the American South. By 1860 as many as one-third of the households in Savannah (188 miles from Woodville) were Irish immigrants; the St. Patrick's Day parade there is a big deal. Georgia Southern University runs a Center for Irish Research and Teaching which is headquartered in Savannah.

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