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Scenes Around Hinesville, 1941

Hinesville GA Liberty County Front Poerch of General Store Texaco Gas Pump Jack Delano Library of Congress © Georgia in the Great Depression Brian Brown Vanishing Media USA 2012

Front Porch of a General Store in Hinesville

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Main Street Hinesville GA Liberty County Jack Delano Library of Congress © Georgia in the Great Depression © Brian Brown Vanishing Media USA 2012

Main Street in Hinesville

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Photo Both Soldiers Dog Hinesville GA Camp Stewart Liberty County Jack Delano Library of Congress © Georgia in the Great Depression Brian Brown Vanishing Media USA 2012

Camp Stewart soldiers at a photomat and novelty shop in Hinesville

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Gun Club Bingo Sign Soldiers Camp Stewart Hinesville GA Liberty County Jack Delano Library of Congress © Georgia in the Great Depression Brian Brown Vanishing Media USA 2012

Gun Club

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Beer Joint in Hinesville GA Liberty County Jack Delano Library of Congress © Georgia in the Great Depression Brian Brown Vanishing Media USA 2012

Paddie’s Beer Joint in Hinesville

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Delano notes in many of his photograph titles that a whole industry emerged in Hinesville to satisfy the needs and curiosities of soldiers coming to nearby Camp Stewart. Today, Fort Stewart is the largest army base east of the Mississippi River and continues to be the economic engine of the region.

All photos: Jack Delano/Library of Congress (April 1941)

http://www.stewart.army.mil/about/history.asp

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