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Photo Feature By Al Harris


Tredaway Home

THEN & NOW: An undated photo from the archives of Mr. Buddy Tredaway shows his home on Pelham Rd. across the road from the old high school site. This earliest available photo shows the home as it appeared sometime in the late 1800s. Below are a scene from a snow storm in the 1940s and views captured in May 2005. The Tredaway Home was built in 1853 by Judge William Wood (it reportedly took five years to complete), who directed Confederate relief and welfare activities in Calhoun County from 1861-65. For more THEN & NOW images, go to Al Harris' photo site. You can subscribe to the service to be notified of new historic photos in the series and their modern views. If you have old photos to share or would like to ask questions about this project, e-mail Al Harris at

A time exposure at the beginning of civil twilight. May 2005.

A 60-second time exposure at night. May 2005.


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