|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Collection||Chattanooga News-Free Press Collection|
One photograph and two newspaper articles related to the Hogshead Building at the corner of Georgia Avenue and Vine Street near Fountain Square. Items were found in a plain brown envelope labeled "Hogshead Building" (discarded). The building is located at 600-604 Georgia Avenue.
a) Photograph of half of an 8" x 10" print sheet, viewpoint from across Georgia Avenue at the corner of Vine Street. There are several cars parked along Vine Street. Handwritten date on reverse appears to be 1978.
b1,2) Chattanooga News Free-Press article by John Vass Jr. dated April 28, 1978, about the building being sold by attorney Bob Shockey to attorney Jere Tipton for over $170,000. The apartment building was built in 1912 by Dr. J. McChesney Hogshead of Chattanooga, and F.T. Hardwick of Dalton, Georgia. The article mentions that there were plans to remodel the building.
c) Chattanooga News Free-Press article, "Fountain Square Building Being Reborn," by Jim Ruth, dated May 27, 1979. Subtitle: "Renovated building to offer 25 apartments by next year." The article refers to the building as the Hardwick-Hogshead Building. Mentions then recent placement on the National Register of Historic Places. The firm that was working on the renovations was CWR Contractors, owned by Ken Martin; and the architect was Kurt Stagmaier.
a) 10.00" x 8.00"
b1) 5.75" x 3.50"
b2) 6.38" x 5.50"
c) 13.50" x 15.00"