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Back issues of The Taylor Tracer available by contacting Mr. John Adams
P.O. Box 5059
Warner Robins, GA 31099
912-923-1525

$2.00/each or $3.00/each ($25.00 per year) for mailed copies


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Butler History 1919 Butler Photos| Reynolds Photos| Churches Photos | Homes Photos| Mauk Photos | Minoa Springs | Mills Photos | |Store Photos | Southland Photos |School Photos

Scenes in Butler

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Steam Locomotive No 1340 of the Central of Georgia Railway taken in the late 1890's.Central of Georgia Railway was incorporated October 7, 1895.
Published:The Taylor Tracer Sept 1997. Photos courtesy of Mike Smith


Central of Georgia Depot - late 1890's Notice the turnaround in the bottom right-hand corner.
Published:The Taylor Tracer Sept 1997. Photos courtesy of Mike Smith


1904 Butler - Horse and Buggy of Robert G. Tomlin

Photograph taken near the Courthouse about 1904 facing East. Horse and buggy belonged to Robert G. Tomlin. Sammie Lee Corbin drove buggy to Butler each morning for ice. Photograph courtesy of Guelda Hay and Millie Stewart.
Printed in The Taylor Tracer March, 1998 page 7


Old Court House Butler

Early Street Scenes in Butler, Ga. Old Court House in background.
April, 2001 Tracer page 5


Old Court House Butler

Early Street Scenes in Butler, Ga. Old Court House in background. Note the Confederate Monument.
April, 2001 Tracer page 5


City Service Station Butler

The Old City Service Station that was located on the West side of the Taylor County Court House in Butler around 1930
April, 2001 Tracer page 7


City Service Station Butler

The Old City Service Station that was located on the West side of the Taylor County Court House in Butler around 1930
April, 2001 Tracer page 7


City Service Station Butler

Old City Service Station with the Court House and the Old Well to the right and behind the station around 1934
April, 2001 Tracer page 7


Post Office Butler

This is believed to be the second Post Office in Butler, Ga. Photograph was in the 100 Year History of Taylor County News and Butler Herald
January, 1999 Tracer page 3


Confederate Veterans Reunion -

Photograph was taken on south side of Taylor County, Ga. Court House. None identified in Tracer.
November, 1997 Tracer page 83


J.J. Webb's Rolling Store - Butler -

J. J. Webb's Rolling Store (c1950) L-R: "Big Mama" Ressie Shirah Allmon, Jerry Allmon and Mr. English, operator.
August, 1997 page 2



Copyright: Taylor County Historical and Genealogical Society 1998


Virginia Crilley.

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