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Mountain City was once called Passover because it is located on the Eastern Continental Divide, and one “passed over” from one watershed to another. Click thumbnail to enlarge and read more information about each image.
Barron’s Playhouse and Hotel, 1919
Clara Cathey and the Cathey Packing House
The New Rabun Hotel, c. 1950
Mountain City Livery Stable, c. 1920
Mountain City Railroad Depot, 1926
Mountain City Methodist Church, c. 1990
Children of J. Frank and Monti R. Cathey, 1914
D.W. Johnson, town founder, circa 1905
John Quinn West, 1942
Lassie Taylor, 1925
Mountain City Apple Orchards, 1911
Ritter’s Sawmill, c.1950
Square Dancing at the Mountain City Playhouse, c. 1970
Tallulah Falls Railroad heading south at Mountain City