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    Old Lost Mountain Store

    The old C & S Bank building

    Smyrna, 1915. J.H. Carmichael and Sons General Store. Sold horse collars to coffins. Store stood at crossing which was streetcar stop on Marietta-Atlanta line, known as Carmichael's Crossing. Built by photo owner's grandfather (J.H. Carmichael) and operated majority of the time by John Vinson Carmichael, her father. Log Cabin Drive. This is second Carmichael store that stood on this site. Building still stands without porch. Now rented out to lumber supply company.

    Water wheel mill at Stone Mountain Park near Atlanta, Georgia

    In 1867, less than 3 years after the Civil War left the city in ruins, Hungarian Jewish immigrant Morris Rich opened a small dry goods store on what is now Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta; within a century, it became a retailing dynasty. However, on March 6, 2005, the Rich's nameplate was eliminated and replaced by Macy's. A signature event of the store, the Rich's Great Tree, continues as an annual Thanksgiving event in Atlanta at the Lenox Mall location.

    Marietta, ca. 1910. View of eastern side of square showing stores along it, looking southward toward courthouse.

    Atlanta, GA Davison's (Macy's) Department Store 1950s

    The REAL Old Lost Mountain Store, Cobb County Georgia Corner of Dallas Highway and HWY 176 oh how i miss this place...

    Lost Mountain Store in West Cobb

    Appalachian mountains of North Carolina

    Garden of the Gods - Colorado Springs, Colorado

    big spring, gordon county, georgia 1 by Alan Cressler, via Flickr

    Tabacon Hot Springs at the foot of the Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica. Went this year! Best Experience ever!

    Take a pitcher to Cave Spring to capture the pure and delicious water in this northwest Georgia community. There are no chemicals in the 1.2 million gallons flowing every day!

    Lounge, abandoned asylum

    The Old Store, North Carolina

    abandoned

    Concord Covered Bridge in Smyrna, GA. Beautiful!

    Cherry blossoms in downtown Powder Springs, Georgia.