Filed under --GREENE COUNTY GA--, Siloam GA
Tagged as --GREENE COUNTY GA--, © Brian Brown/Vanishing Media, Endangered Places in North Georgia, North Georgia Architecture, North Georgia Vernacular Architecture, Siloam GA, Tar Paper Structures
Back in the late 1970’s, our school bus would stop here to pick up the children who lived there at the time. Take away the vines—the house hasn’t changed much. I remember the little stream of smoke coming from the chimney and the children smelled of it. The yard used to be decently kept dirt.
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