1954 Marietta Yellow Pages L thru Part of M
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What one remembers is, well, what one remembers. Different stuff for different people. It is sort of like the quote, "Art is in the eyes of the beholder" - or in this case, Memory is in the eyes of the beholder.
On this, under machines I learned two things I didn't know:
1. Harris Machine used to be Dobbs Street. When I knew Harris Machine it was on the 4-Lane, in a hangar looking building near the corner of Seminole Place. It was on by my class-mate Scott Harris's father. And I delivered the Atlanta Journal newspaper to Mr. Harris's brother, who, was named Mr. Harris also.
2. Carson Machine used to be on Butler Street. Butler Street had a mattress factory, several garages, S.A. White Oil Company, and on the corner Powell's Barber Shop. And just over a fence, a sort of miniature rail road yards. I didn't know Carson Machine Company was there. When I knew Carson Machine it was on the 4 Lane South, almost across the street from the bowling ally. Mr. George Carson's children were high school chums of mine, Kay and George.