Sugar Hill is inviting the public to bring items related to the history of the city to the Sugar Hill Community Scan Day 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10 at City Hall. (Courtesy City of Sugar Hill)

Sugar Hill seeks photos, relics from city’s past

The Sugar Hill Historic Preservation Society and city officials are inviting the public to bring items related to the history of the city to the Sugar Hill Community Scan Day 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10 at City Hall, 5039 West Broad St. Potential items to consider to be photographed include old photographs, deeds, letters, and other documents and objects and relics.

Items will be digitally archived, and a copy will be provided to you on a flash drive to take home. Digital files will be archived and available on the Sugar Hill Historic Preservation Society’s website page at www.cityofsugarhill.com as well as the Digital Library of Georgia.

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