I'm So Georgetown

Aug. 19, 2022

Submitted by Doonie Cribb

Jul. 27, 2022

You never know what you might find going through 40 years of artwork. Found some of these “vintage” posters I did in 1988!! If interested I’ll still sell at the original price of $20.00!! PM me your address and I'll mail to you. Those were some fun times👍 White spot is glare from flash! posted by Vida Miller

Jul. 19, 2022

On July 19th, 1935 (87 years ago),the City of Georgetown proudly welcomed guests to the area with the opening of the new Lafayette Bridge. Swimming, hunting and friendly locals were the highlight of this advertisement found in the special edition of the Georgetown Times. http://www.gcdigital.org/.../collection/GTNP02/id/7305/rec/1

Take a long look-see at the special edition of the Georgetown Times at the link above.
Lots of really good info.
Note the photo showing the Georgetown harbor. At this time in 1935, Goat Island as we know it today did not exist. It was still a peninsula. The US Army Corps of Engineers made the cut about 1948 that provided more direct access to the docks
Submitted by Tommy Howard

Jul. 15, 2022

by Kevin Jayroe

Jul. 4, 2022

Trow back Thursday, My Dad (Russell H Joyner sr) & my uncle's (Richard C Joyner) Texaco station in Georgetown SC 1951. by Eric Joyner