We have a patron who is looking to purchase a few of the books titled “Flint River: A Recreational Guide To The Flint River and Environs”. If anyone can help in this regard, please contact the Thomaston Upson Archives at 706-646-2437.
The Thomaston Upson Archives has a patron who is in search of a woodturner to turn cherry wood. If anyone has information regarding such a capable soul, please contact Mr. Phil Harris at 706-646-3092.
“The Hole in the Wall” was a very popular restaurant in downtown Thomaston once upon a time. It was a very small slither of a room which ran in between two other downtown businesses. Although small, the taste was enormous which came from the tiny room. However, time has passed and there does not seem to be a photograph of this classic establishment in which we can find. Therefore, if anyone has a photograph of “The Hole in the Wall” we have someone who would love to have a copy. Thank you so much.
The Thomaston Garden Club is preparing to celebrate their 85th anniversary. As a result they are compiling information regarding their history and would like the public’s help. If anyone has and Thomaston Garden Club Yearbooks, Scrapbooks or records from 1929 to present, the Garden Club would love to see them. If you can help please call the Archives at 706-646-2437.
We have recently been visited by a patron looking for a cookbook titled “Taste of Thomaston” . If anyone knows where this cookbook can be purchased, please call the Thomaston Upson Archives at 706-646-2437.
This glass bottle is the “Thomaston Bottling Works” not the Thomaston Bottling Company. Can anyone tell us where the Thomaston Bottling Works was located? Or was it the same place as the Thomaston Bottling Company with a name change? Thank you! (706 646 2437)
These are very unique nutcrackers believed to be only one of a few of their kind in existence. If anyone knows anything about them the owner would love to learn from you. If you have any information please call us at 706-646-2437