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Statesboro had several Tourist Homes during the 1940’s, 50’s and 60’s. Some of these were: Mrs. Williams on Savannah Avenue owned by Frank and Everett Kennedy family, Kennwood on south 301 owned by Everett Kennedy’s family, Colonial Home on South Main owned by Frank Hook’s family, Our House owned by Mrs. E.A. Smith. Statesboro was also listed in the “Green Book”. The Negro Motorist Green Book was published from 1936 until 1964. Come take a trip with us.
Bulloch Tidbits are a weekly feature written and narrated by the Bulloch County Historical Society (BCHS) Executive Director Virginia Anne Franklin Waters. Each week Virginia Anne takes Grice Connect readers onto a historical journey back in time saluting the people and places that have make Statesboro and Bulloch a wonderful place to call home.
Bulloch Tidbits on Grice Connect are made possible thanks to the generous support of McCook's Pharmacy a locally owned pharmacy located at 23630 US-80 in Statesboro.
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