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Mr. Lee A. Webb Named Executive Director of Landmarks

Mr. Lee A. Webb Named Executive Director of Landmarks
Thomasville Landmarks recently welcomed Mr. Lee A. Webb as the organization’s new Executive Director. Mr. Webb, who took office on December 30, comes to Landmarks with 18 years of experience in historic preservation, serving in positions at the local, state, and federal levels. "We feel like Lee is uniquely qualified to lead our organization into the foreseeable future. His experience and background fit perfectly into the ...
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Glenwood Historic District – Pictures and History

Glenwood Historic District - Pictures and History
Learn how and see why Glenwood became a historic district...
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310 Magnolia Street Preserved in Perpetuity

310 Magnolia Street Preserved in Perpetuity
As attested to by this Times-Enterprise story, Landmarks uses many tools to preserve significant historic properties.            
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Thomasville Featured in New York Social Diary

Augustus Mayhew visited Thomasville in December, 2012, and wrote a laudatory entry on New York Social Diary that also included photographs capturing some of our community's architectural treasures. The story was primarily about Greenwood Plantation, but Mr. Mayhew visited Downtown and several residential historic districts. He obviously had an excellent tour guide, since his photographs were of the most splendid treasures we have. On a ...
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The Steyerman Family of Thomasville, Georgia

The Steyermans were an important Thomasville, Georgia, family, establishing several prominent businesses and being a part of a small, but thriving Jewish community. Read about them in this presentation developed during Landmarks' Heritage Education Workshop for Teachers. Open publication - Free ...
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New Book on Thomas County Architecture

The Thomas County Historical Society and Landmarks are collaborating on a wonderful new book featuring the history and architecture of Thomasville and Thomas County. Renowned author William R. Mitchell, Jr., whose first book was Landmarks: The Architecture of Thomasville and Thomas County, Georgia (1980), and photographer/publisher Van Jones Martin have been collecting material and photographs for the ...
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Heritage Education

Heritage Education
Learn about Landmarks Heritage Education Programs for both educators and students.
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2012 Summer Workshop for Educators

2012 Summer Workshop for Educators
Area educators are invited to join us for a free, week long Heritage Education Summer Workshop.
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Thomasville Featured in Georgia Trend Magazine

Thomasville Featured in Georgia Trend Magazine
    Click here to read another great article on Thomasville in Georgia Trend magazine.  
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A History of Hardy Bryan

Hardy Bryan was one of the earliest pioneers in the Thomasville area.  He was born in 1799 in Jones County, North Carolina, near New Bern. He was the youngest of 10 children of John Hill Bryan and his wife Elizabeth Harrison Bryan. Hardy’s great-great-grandfather, Edward O’Brien, left Ireland in 1700 with four brothers, one of whom died at sea. ...
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