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Spring Place Presbyterian Church Demolished, 1932
Presbyterian Church At Spring Place Being Demolished
The Presbyterian church building, at Spring Place, which was built in the eighteen fifties and which has become one of the outstanding historic spots in this county, is being demolished.
The destruction of this building has caused much protest from those who have known about it and Miss Lela Wilson one of the members of the church, and probably the only one now living, has written a letter of protest and requested that it be published.
A few days ago two of my nephews and I were driving from Dalton and they expressed a desire to drive by and see "Mother's Old Church," as they called it.
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