The schoolhouse sits next to the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in the Honey Creek Community of Rockdale County.
The Georgia School of Technology-Atlanta, Georgia
This is an 1898 photo of the Georgia Institute of Technology back when it was known as the The Georgia School of Technology. The building on the right is Tech Tower. The building on the left is the second shop building. It was built in 1892-1893 after the original shop building burned. It cost $12,000 to rebuild the second shop building.
This photo was featured in a book co-published by the Chamber of Commerce and City Council.
Reference: Martin, T. H. Atlanta Chamber of Commerce., Atlanta (Ga.). City Council. (1898). Hand book of the city of Atlanta: A comprehensive review of the city’s commercial, industrial and residential conditions. Atlanta, Ga.: The Southern industrial publishing company.
Rock Eagle 4-H Center Chapel-Eatonton, Georgia
The Rock Eagle 4-H Center Chapel was completed June 16, 1955. It was part of the original Rock Eagle campus. Designed by Grady Smith, an architect with Cooper, Barrett, Skinner, Woodbury and Cooper, it was built using local rock and timber.
In February 2019, the chapel caught on fire. Ruled accidental, the interior of the church was gutted, but the stone walls were still standing. It was fully restored, and the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation awarded the camp “Excellence in Preservation.”
Queen Anne Victorian-Crawford, Georgia
Outside of knowing it was built in 1900, I cannot find any history on this house.
Updated to add, according to Scott Reed, this home was built in the 1840s. It was modified in the 1870s, and then in 1900, it was modified to what we see today.