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Something old is actually something new

Something old is actually something new.

     Take a look at this old, undated photograph and see if you can identify any of the faces and when and where it was taken. Send your comments/responses to : advertising@claxtonenterprise.com
Beginning this week we are featuring photographs from our country's past as one way to help build interest in Evans County's Centennial Observance which will occur in August of 2014. Over the next couple of years we will use our newspaper and website to draw attention to our county's history and the celebration planned for the county's 100th birthday
We would like to have an opportunity to look at your historical photos, and select some for posting on our website, and invite our readers and viewers to help identify the people and place shown in the snapshots. Originals will be returned to the rightful owners immediately after scanning and credit will be given to the source of the photos.
Contributed photographs, along with many from our newspaper files will be posted under a link on the homepage of our website identified as "Historical Photos". Many old photographs from the files of the Claxton enterprise will be posted to our website along with old photos contributed by our readers, Over the next two years, we hope this "Historical photo album" will grow significantly as photos are shared and added to the site. With the public's cooperation, the site will hopefully become a great resource for history buffs, current and former residents, and other visitors interested in Evans County's past. Some of the photographs will appear in a special magazine that The Enterprise will publish in conjunction with the county's Centennial Celebration.
Occasionally we will also publish interesting historical photographs in our weekly print editions, inviting the public to help identify people and places shown, if there is no indication of who or what is shown in the pictures.
We welcome your ideas and suggestions for feature stories. And please share with us photographs that you would like to see on our website and print.

Thank you

The Claxton Enterprise



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