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Re: Warbeck Studio picture Griffin Georgia help.
Posted by: Pat Laney (ID *****5049) Date: September 20, 2012 at 16:04:40
In Reply to: Warbeck Studio picture Griffin Georgia help. by Tex Dix of 381

I don't think they were open that early ,probably in the 40's..I remember them being open about the time I went to middle school...I think everyone in Griffin had pictures made there...34 I think would have been to close to the Great Depression...I was born in 1932 ...when I got old enough to remember a good bit,

We lived at Brooks. My dad worked in Fayetville and would bring surplus food home to many of the families,they didn't have any to pay hims with, he didn't want them to pay him, however they would throw something from their bags in his car, usually white beans.

I see now Georgia has turned red, all my young life FDR was president and everyone loved him, seeing the mess left by Harding and Coolidge I could understand their love for FDR, Hoover was very intelligent, couldn't clean it up,Congress and senate wouldn't let him but FDR came to office and it then took him a couple of terms to clean up the mess.However he did use some of Hoovers ides, Hoover was an intelligent president.


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