McConnell Folding Dental Chairs were designed for traveling dentists. 1900 From a vintage ad: “A stump has some advantages as a Dental Chair in an emergency. It is strong and cheap, but it is heavy and unhandy to move, and
This item appears to be a dual air horn, manufacturing year unknown. According to the maker’s website: “They generate sound by means of a vibrating diaphragm that modulates the flow of compressed air into a resonating projector. All horn shapes
Whitlow was born in Kensington, Georgia in 1907. His father was a railroad engineer with the Central of GA Railway. His family moved to Cedartown during his sophomore year of high school where he played football and baseball for Cedartown
In 1880 the State of Georgia gave to each county “Scales, Weights, Yardsticks, and Measures” like this set. At that time many merchants did not have standard weights and measures. These were issued so they could correct theirs if necessary.
Pictured in the Macy’s ad is a 1920’s model radio with cone speaker. Created by New York inventor Clair Loring Farrand, the moving coil, direct radiator cone loudspeaker replaced the horn type speaker (a model which could not produce the
Lulu’s autobiograpy is Open Source, and can be read on Archive.org: https://archive.org/details/LuluHursttheGeorgiaWonderWritesHerAutobiography
While browsing the archived Cedartown Standard newspapers on Georgia Historic Newspapers, I came across an article entitled Fatal Accident: Ollie Duke Killed in Rome. Mr. Ollie Duke, a Cedartown young man who has been employed for some time as a
ROCKMART NEWS A New Bank to be Established There–Other Notes Clay Bros. are making some very fine brick on Col. Dever’s property, in Rockmart. They make both rough and pressed brick, and are working away on Beasley & Hoge’s handsome