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Georgia Kress Stores

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Kress
Brunswick, GA
Kress
Atlanta, GA
The Kress in Brunswick was built in 1909. In 1930, Edward F. Sibbert enlarged and remodeled the building. The store became a McCrory's in 1980. When this photo was taken in 2009, the building was partially occupied by Wachovia Bank. The rest of the building was vacant. For more, see this website. [map]

This Kress in Atlanta appears to be from the 1930s. There is a former McCrory's department store next door. There was three other Kress stores in Atlanta. I believe they have been demolished. [map]

Kress
Columbus, GA
Kress
Savannah, GA
The Kress in Columbus was built in 1918. It is believed to have been designed by Seymour Burrell. The building was destroyed in a fire in 1994. The facade was saved and the lot behind it is used for parking. [map]

The Kress in Savannah was designed by E.J.T. Hoffman. It was built in the 1920s. The store became a McCrory's in 1980. The building was restored around 2003. A GAP store is the main tenant now and the upper floors are lofts. For more, see this website. [map]

Kress
Rome, GA
This Kress was built in 1928. The store became a McCrory's in 1980. The building now houses Koman's department store. [map]

Other Georgia Kress stores:
Augusta [map]
LaGrange [map]
Macon
Waycross [map]

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