According to the Cinema Treasures website, the drive-in had one screen and could hold about 150 cars.
The R. A. Bedgood House was the home to the namesake for Arabi, Georgia (R-A-B). Brian Brown of Vanishing Georgia has documented this house twice (here and here), and it is sad to see the slow demolition by neglect. While these photos were taken in early spring, you can see how overgrown and unmanageable the growth is.
Outside of an impressive house, Bedgood has an incredible marker on his cemetery plot.
This school sits next to newer Haw Pond Baptist Church. As it has been slowly deteriorating over the years, I expect it will fall within the next year.
Located in the Arabi-Antioch Cemetery is the marker of R. A. Bedgood. The town of Arabi is named after R. A. B. (yes, I know). I love the details in his suitcoat with the the buttons and chain.