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Senoia Area Historical Society establishing research library

The Senoia Area Historical Society is establishing a research library in the museum and is looking for material that would help document and preserve the history of Senoia and the surrounding area.
 
If you would like to donate any items such as books, newspaper articles, church directories, school yearbooks, photographs, digital photos, etc. the society would be grateful.  Items will become part of the society's collection and will be treated as historic treasures. 
 
Please contact Maureen Schuyler at 770-599-9677 or stop by the museum located at 6 Couch Street any Friday or Saturday between 1 p.m.and 4 p.m.

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