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Kutzler continues local history series with a look back at Americus buildings

Dr. Evan Kutzler, assistant professor of history, continues his local history series with the Americus Times-Recorder with “Before the Barista: The Layers of 134 W. Lamar Street.” This article is a backwards chronicle of the life of the building that is currently Café Campesino to the nineteenth century.

In “Fueling Up: Early Filling Stations in Americus,” Kutzler explores local filling stations and their impact on life in Americus:

“Gas stations and automobiles, even more than airplanes, transformed daily life in the twentieth century. On the one hand, it is easy to look on old utilitarian properties as eye-sores or, considering leaking petroleum tanks, public health hazards. On the other hand, there exists great nostalgia for early automobiles and the places that serviced them. Filling stations offer a useful reminder that properties do not have to be ‘cute’ to have historical value.”


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