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Thomas P. Arnold House, 1906, Palmetto

This Eclectic house, designed by the Atlanta firm of Butt & Morris, features elements of the Classical Revival and Craftsman styles. It was the home of Palmetto mayor Thomas P. Arnold, and upon his death his son, Thomas P. Arnold, Jr., who also served as mayor of Palmetto.

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Victorian House, Palmetto

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Saddlebag House, Palmetto

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New Hope Baptist Church, Flovilla

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Historic Storefronts, Flovilla

Heard Street, running parallel to the railroad tracks, is Flovilla’s historic commercial center.

Much of the space is now occupied by the Victory Tabernacl. When I was photographing, mid-day on a Friday, the church was meeting and I could hear gospel music coming from inside, just as the sign promised.

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Indian Springs Lodge #307, Flovilla

The Indian Springs F & AM Lodge at Flovilla is definitely one of the most unique I’ve seen in Georgia.

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Flovilla United Methodist Church, 1884

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