Recently Acquired Historic Photos

Recently Acquired Historic Photos

Probably the most important part of the Museum’s collection is the photo archive. Within our fire-rated filing cabinets, we have several thousand photographs from Buford’s past, including families, buildings, schools, landmarks, business operations, and any other aspect that you can think of when it comes to our history. We are always on the look-out for… READ MORE

Doris Mobley Keeps Giving and Giving and Giving…

One of the Museum’s great patrons brought another handful of ephemera relating to Buford this past week.  Doris Roberts Mobley has been sharing materials with the Museum for years.  When she moved from her longtime family property, she endowed us with boxes of papers and artifacts from Buford’s past, all collected and saved by her… READ MORE

The History of Buford’s Churches

The History of Buford’s Churches

Just as business and education were key to the forming of Buford’s enduring personality, the commitment to church and religion were equally as important. The churches of Buford not only provided for the spiritual needs of the townspeople, but were integral to the ongoing success of the school system, the town’s active social life, and… READ MORE