At one time Robbins was one of the largest towns in Scott County. It boasted a theater, doctor and dentist office, bank, Southern Railroad Depot, stores, post office, etc. All these old buildings are gone now. Robbins does have a post office, a few stores, school and church's. My mother's people the Willoughbys lived in the Black Creek community a few miles from Robbins. Mom always said she would like to have a nickel for everytime her family walked to "town".
Dan Gibson, webmaster
I found this and other pictures packed in a box handed down to me by my mother Etta (Willoughby) Gibson. I think they may have been part of a calendar at one time. She probably cut them out to keep as memories of Scott County. She had written down the location of the picture on the back of each photograph. I would like to give credit for those responsible for these great photographs of Scott County's past and to say "thank you". I hope you will enjoy viewing these cut out photographs.