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AUBURN IN THE LONG AGO
 

J. Henry Burnett was the son of Rev. J. H. Burnett (Professor & Preacher). J. Henry lived in Auburn until the 1930s when he went to Atlanta, Georgia. His love of Auburn prompted him to write to the Auburn Times about the many people he knew and admired so well. He named his writings "Auburn in the Long Ago." The articles he wrote are listed as follows:
 
BAKER, Miss Alleyne, Elocution and Sunday School Teacher
 
GOOCH, Mr. Alec J., Traveling Salesman
 
Black Lick Creek
 
GORDON, Mr. Jack, The Miller
 
BLAKEY, Mr. Church H,  Agriculturist and Statesman.
 
HALL, Mr. "Uncle" Winkfield,
 
The Burnett Children
 
HUCKELBERRY, C. L., L & N Agent
 
BURNETT, Rev. J. H., Preacher
 
KEY, Mr. Ab, Pumper
 
CHILDRESS, Mr. Dave, The Town Groceryman
 
McCARLEY, Mr. Aaron, Dry Goods Merchant
 
CHILDRESS, Mr. Jim, The Nurseryman
 
McCORMICK, Rev, J. W., Preacher
 
CREWDSON, Mr. O. M., Druggist and Hotel Man
 
MULHATTON, Mr. Joe,
 
DARBY, Miss Mary, Milliner
 
PEAK, Mr. J. A.,  J.A.P. – The One and Only
 
DOCTORS - McDavitt & Holcomb, Auburn's Two Doctors
 
RICHEY, Mr. Alex C., Premier Salesman
 
EDMONDSON Mr. Fax, Carpenter
 
SMITH, Mr. Jim, - Honest Jim
FREEMAN, Mr. Lucius A., Farmer & Agriculturist
 
WOODWARD, Mr. Harry, Postmaster
McCormick, Rev. J. I., Preacher
 
 

 

 


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