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Gwinnett County, ca. 1918. Members of a road crew that was working of Ga. Highway 20 near Lawrenceville. Left to right: W. C. Poarch, W. H. Poarch, Wylie Thorndyke, S. R. Martin, Bole Burnett, Dudley Burnett, Pink Brown, W. H. Brown (overseer).

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