Jeff Cornish Photography's history Posts

This is the Manchester Mill near Atlanta. It was burned during Sherman's March in the Civil War in 1864. It was never rebuilt.

The powerful still want you to be ignorant. This is a very moving exhibit at the High Museum in Atlanta.

Hey, it's Mr. Dick Clark What a place you've got here Swell spot the music's hot here Best in the east, give it at least a seventy five! Barry Manilow

“True compassion is more than flinging a coin to a beggar. It comes to see that an edifice which produces beggars needs restructuring.” Martin Luther KIng, Jr.…

Merry Christmas to all! This is the Century Inn in Scenery Hill, Pennsylvania. As the oldest continuously operating inn on the National Road, Century Inn has…

The Assembly Room in Philadelphia's Independence Hall, where the Second Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence. The bravery and wisdom of…

This is the final resting spot of John Scott. Born in England, he apparently lived and died in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The grave is located in an old church…

“We women of America tell you that America is not a democracy. Twenty million women are denied the right to vote. President Wilson is the chief opponent of…

I miss the drive-in movie. They were fun. Even with the surround sound and HD pictures of today, I think I would much more enjoy this place in its prime. I was…

Wagon for sale. Low mileage. Only 150 years old. Driven by a little old lady from Louisiana. Will throw in extra wheel.

The Liberty Bell Center in Philadelphia is a fabulous exhibit. You can get close to the famous symbol of freedom throughout the world. You are overwhelmed with…

This button was excavated in historic Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. It was from the uniform of a Continental Soldier's uniform. I had no idea they used the term…
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