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VINTAGE ALBANY- Vintage News Items

By   /  July 16, 2012  /  Vintage Albany  /   Comments

Ther Davis Exchange Bank Building Vintage Albany

Tweet   1862- In January the Albany Patriot ran a story about the discovery of rock salt a few miles north of Albany in Lee County. The discovery was made by Mr. C. D. Hammond. The “rock salt, which presents very much the appearance of a lump of isinglass, when ground into a powder; it [...]

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VINTAGE ALBANY-Historic Floods

By   /  July 1, 2012  /  Vintage Albany  /  Comments Off

Vintage Albany Flood

Tweet Left: Two men attempt to rescue a cow during the flood of 1925; Right: Asa Tift   July seventh will mark the eighteenth anniversary of Albany’s “flood of the century” when Tropical Storm Alberto stalled out over parts of Georgia, Alabama and Florida. Though Albany only received a total of 6.88 inches of rain [...]

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VINTAGE ALBANY: A History Timeline

By   /  June 11, 2012  /  News, Vintage Albany  /  Comments Off

Vintage Albany_ A History Timeline

Tweet Top: the Bridge House/Tift Hall after it became Keenan Auto, Bottom: Carnegie Library and the bridge that replaced the burned Horace King Bridge. 1841- Albany gets its first newspaper, The Southwest Georgian, later renamed The Courier. The paper went out of business in 1849. By 1845 Nelson Tift and a business partner had started the second [...]

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