It’s another round of “Flashback Friday” … and one last week from 1902!

Each Friday (normally), we’ll post some random old excerpts from The Tattnall Journal in the early years. It’s totally going to be random, so please don’t send special requests for articles. Our early papers are in very poor shape and are extremely brittle. Many of them we don’t allow the public to view anymore as they are the last remaining copies that we know of.

This Friday features clips from 1920. You can click on the images for a larger view. Enjoy!

Recent Comments

  1. Another fun installment of the vintage Tattnall Journal today. I especially enjoyed hearing the “waist” fashions of the day described. You don’t often see buttons with a cord loop closing anymore. I remember when I was a child about 45 years ago and playing with my Grandma’s button box there were buttons in there with a “brilliant” (diamond rhinestone) in their centers. I still have her button box.

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