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In 1901 the firm of J.E. Field & Son constructed a large brick cotton warehouse on the lot located at the corner of Leake Street and the Western and Atlantic Railroad in Cartersville. The warehouse, 120 feet square, was built in two sections, each independent of the other and separated by a fire wall. A newspaper article from January of the same year stated, “The business of Cartersville is constantly growing, making an increased demand for storage and the new warehouse is likely to receive good patronage.”
History Moment provided by Bartow History Museum Trey Gaines, Director,