Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Buford - Mall of GA
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... of Dallas Fort Worth to Honolulu. Anyway we took off and our flight throughout was bumpy and seat belts were kept on for all of the time bar one, that didn't last for long though. The entertainment on American Airlines has a screen in the back of the seat. You can buy a package for the flight to watch stuff or the free stuff is NBC current TV series. NBC must have bought the rights to show their new series on all American Airlines. Anyway I watched the new series of Chicago PDAS ...
... my deep and solemn passion for Lord of the Rings. Like a tiny beautiful shell in a vast ocean of otherwise bland lifelessness. Don’t get me wrong I like a few other things, like Star Trek and Star Wars and your usual Xmen and Avengers…you know…the movie basics that allow us regular folk to dabble in the world of science fiction. But by no means was I immersed in this world. I remember Jym mentioning "when we go ...
... The Buford Advertiser reported, "Bradley is a graduate of Buford High School and was a student at the Georiga Institute of Technology prior to his entering service, February 1, 1943. ... Bradley was a member of the local Methodist Church and one of Buford's finest young ...
2 July 1952
“Mr. and Mrs. Richard Patterson announce the birth of a daughter, Rebecca Ann … Mrs. Patterson was the former Miss Hazel Louise Kelby.”
Source: The Buford Advertiser 10 July 1952.
It was in this hospital that myself and hundreds of others babies were ...
... Bank. In 1904 they purchased from J.M. Cole an eight acre tract along the westerly right-of-way of the railroad, formerly known as Cole's Park, ... On this tract at the northerly edge of town they built a brick building in which were produced harnesses, some horse collars, and, later, some shoes. A second factory building was added about 1917 and a ...