Talmadge # 18
Talmadge room located on rear corner has 2 double iron beds, and three windows with plantation shutters with a view of St. Marys St., accommodates 2 to 4 persons.
Gov. Eugene Talmadge, a controversial yet colorful politician, played a leading role in Georgia politics from 1926 to 1946; served three terms as governor, elected a fourth term but died before taking office. He was an outspoken opponent of Franklin Roosevelt’s “New Deal” policies and opposed civil rights for blacks. He was known as the “Wild Man from Sugar Creek.”