The newest—and final—addition to Lewis Reed’s online exhibit, “Montgomery County, 1910-1930: Through the Lens of Lewis Reed” has just been published.
The landscape of turn-of-the-century Montgomery County was partially shaped by the industry and commerce that formed the center of community life outside the home. This community infrastructure included urban businesses like stores, hotels, as well as rural occupations like mills, and farms. The initiative of people working toward common goals helped establish strong cultural bonds and led to the growth and development of the community. Featured in this newly launched section are vintage photographs of many landmark businesses, historic sites, and services from early 20th century Montgomery County. This exhibit was co-developed by Blog Author, Jeanne Gartner and Montgomery History Librarian & Archivist, Sarah Hedlund.
To view the exhibit, follow this link: