Probably taken in the early days of Fort Benning in Georgia, this Raw Water Pumping Station is unusual, that being said within our limited context of pumping stations. Why does this building stand out to our curators? First, the size and scale of the structure, which, while typical of a water related resources, is a [...]
Consistent Row Houses Are Beautiful In Savannah…
Unlike most row houses in our old American cities, this section of like-houses, attached dwellings, maintain a consistency of like-materials. For example, each house retains the original-appearing wood staircase and entrance level porch. This gives the simple row of houses a harmonious feeling that can be personalized by paint [...]
Out Of Regency Period Savannah, A Gentile Poverty Saved This House, This Town!!!
211 East Charlton Street, Savannah, Georgia
In 1853 or is it 1855, the Barie family moved into the fabulous new Regency-to-Greek Revival townhouse at 211 East Charlton Street in Savannah, Georgia. Politically connected royalists, the patriarch, Louis Barie, was forced to relocate to Haites at the [...]
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Apparently A Shit House Can Be Built On Trust.?. Federal Buildings, Telfair Square, Savannah, Georgia
Apparently A Shit House Can Be Built On Trust.?.
Federal Buildings, Telfair Square, Savannah, Georgia
Amidst one of America’s most beautiful cities, the Federal government operates a complex of buildings constructed in the 1980s as the local headquarters for the IRS and Army Corp of Engineers. Appearing in scale with the local built context, a second or, should we [...]