My name is Trevor Beemon and I am the Executive Director of Cobb Landmarks. I am also the father of two young children. They represent the future, and I feel that I owe it to them to preserve and share the stories and places that shaped the community we live in. Someday, this responsibility will be passed on to them. It will be their task to keep our shared history protected and our memories alive. Until then, I am happy to do my part to leave them a legacy worth remembering. I appreciate your interest in Cobb Landmarks. Preserving the past is something we strive to accomplish every day, and it wouldn't be possible without your support.
When historic buildings are torn down or allowed to deteriorate, a part of the past disappears forever. See some of the historic sites Cobb Landmarks has been working to preserve.
Power Family Cabin C. 1843
Owned by Cobb Landmarks, this cabin is believed to have been built by George Abner Power. The cabin is among the last pioneer cabins remaining in Cobb County. The property is not yet open to the general public but can be visited during special events.
Foundations & Sponsors
Freedman Engineering Group
Georgia Humanities Council
Master Gardeners of Cobb County
Old Mill Cabinet Company
Root House Museum Volunteers
Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theatre
Red Hare Brewing Company
George S. & Edna L. Cobb Foundation
Colonial Dames of America, Marietta
The Bottoms Group
Larry Zenoni Fund
Atlanta Barnwood LLC
Southern Wholesale Flooring
Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar
Sims Funeral Home
Wharton Management, Inc.