Thomasville History Center
The Thomasville History Center serves to share, collect, and preserve the historical data, stories, documents, and artifacts related to the individuals, families, schools, churches, businesses, and other institutions of Thomas County. The Society seeks to study and disseminate information related to Thomas County with the objective of fostering a keen interest in Thomas County history. The Society operates the Museum of History and the Lapham-Patterson House Museum to preserve, interpret, and share Thomas County history.
- Materials documenting the history of Thomas County and Thomasville, Georgia.
- 725 N. Dawson Street
Thomasville, GA 31792
||Correspondence, family papers, genealogical research, and diaries dating from 1800 to 1980 belonging to Broadway dancer Hazel Beamer Cutler, who grew up in Thomasville, Georgia.
|Thomas County Image Gallery
||Photographs of Thomas County, Georgia from the Antebellum period to 1980.
|Thomasville History Center Collection
||Moving images and sound recordings belonging to the Thomasville History Center, dating from 1935 to 2000.