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JHS Gold and Black 1941.pdf
Gold and Black Yearbook 1941

Stuckey Blue Jay 1969.pdf
This yearbook chronicles Stuckey School in one of its final years, 1968-1969. A few years later Stuckey was fully integrated to Johnsonville schools, and the old Stuckey School became Johnsonville Middle School. Click here for the history of Stuckey…

Live Town Springs from Pines Thursday, March 27, 1913  State Paper.pdf
Description of the very early days of Johnsonville after incorporation, 1913.

1 Gold and Black 1961.pdf
JHS Gold and Black yearbook, class of 1961

Gold and Black 1960.pdf
Gold and Black 1960 yearbook

Gold and Black 1980.pdf
JHS Gold and Black, class of 1980

From Troubled Farm Town to Thriving Community 1970_10_04 Florence Morning News.pdf
Article describes Johnsonville's progress from 1912 to 1970.

Becky Lewis, Sarah Galloway  Miss Beth Eaddy.jpg
Hemingway High School Library

Johnson Memorial Hospital
Dr. Allen Huggins Johnson, founder

George Samuel Briley Huggins Will -  Farmers & Merchants Bank Letterhead.jpg
The will of George Samuel Briley Huggins was written on letterhead from the Farmers and Merchants Bank of Johnsonville on Nov. 18, 1912. C. J. Rollins was the Manager, J. S. McClam, President, S. B. Poston, vice President and T. J. Cottingham was the…

Johnsonville American Legion Dedication Ceremony 30 April 1950.jpg
Johnsonville Legion Ceremony - When the new American Legion post home was dedicated Thursday night, Post Commander, Joe T. Huggins (second from left) as host of the occasion was surrounded by high officials of the Legion in the state. Seated, left to…

Mayor Joe Huggins and council members, Johnsonville Town Council meeting.jpg
L to R: Odell Venters, Bonner "Mac" McClendon, unidentified, Mayor Joseph T. Huggins.

Brown's Pedigreed Seed Co., Johnsonville, SC.jpeg
Owner and operator, Julian David Brown, Sr. Uncle Julian built a seed separator and packaged the seeds for sale.

Saw Man Huggins, Mac McClendon, Barbara McClendon.jpg
Elm Street, Johnsonville, SC; Mac McClendon owned and operated the sand pits just outside Johnsonville

 Aireal photo Ards Crossroads.jpg
Venters Community at Ards Crossroads, site of Huggins Cotton Gin and Huggins Brothers Lumber Company. Note the Old Johnsonville Cemetery , upper left corner of photo. Old Johnsonville School was located on this property, next to Old Johnsonville…

Ottis Guinan Huggins,Sr. and O. G. Huggins, Jr. in front of The Little Store, The Mill.jpg
The Mill is Huggins Brothers Lumber Co. located at Ards Crossroads and was established in November, 1919 by O. G. Huggins, Sr.
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