The Whitworth School was built circa 1900.
The Knox-Tribble House, also known as the Knox-Marets-Tribble-Roberts House, is a contributing property to the Vickery Street Historic District in Lavonia. Completed in 1905, this Queen Anne House features fish scale shingles, a tower, and a three-sided porch.
Sitting along Old Federal Road in Franklin County, Georgia is the Plain View School. It is a contributing building to the McConnell Historic District. It was built in 1905 and used as a school until 1955.
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Built in 1870, this cross gable Victorian farmhouse has been a favorite since I first documented it. I would love to see it restored.
The William Ariail House was built in three parts starting in 1840. The last section, pictured above, was added in the 1890s. The Victorian details were added during the 1890s addition.
The grounds included other extant farm buildings, including the original blacksmith shop and well.
Rev. William Ariail and his wife Mary moved from South Carolina to start this farm. He served as pastor for the Nails Creek Baptist Church. During the Civil War, the Ariails lost five sons.
The home was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.