Augusta, GA Photos

Augusta, GA, was founded as a fort to trade with Indians upriver from Savannah. The town is noted as the boyhood home of President Woodrow Wilson.

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First Presbyterian Church where President Woodrow Wilson's father was pastor. Augusta, GA.First Presbyterian Church portal. Augusta, GA.First Presbyterian Church. Augusta, GA.Church of the Most Holy Trinity. Augusta, GA.
First Presbyterian Church (1812-8) (642 Telfair St.) where President Woodrow Wilson's father was pastor. Augusta, GA. Architect: Robert Mills. On National Register.First Presbyterian Church portal. Augusta, GA.First Presbyterian Church. Augusta, GA.Church of the Most Holy Trinity (720 Telfair St.). Augusta, GA. Architect: John Rudolph Niernsee. On National Register.
Lamar Building. Augusta, GA.Penthouse atop Lamar Building. Augusta, GA.Penthouse melds with colored tiles of Lamar Building. Augusta, GA.Carved details of Lamar Building. Augusta, GA.
Lamar Building (1913) (753 Broad St.) (17 floors). Augusta, GA. Architect: G. Lloyd Preacher, William Lee Stoddart. On National Register.Penthouse atop Lamar Building (1975). Augusta, GA. Architect: I.M. Pei & Partners.Penthouse melds with colored tiles of Lamar Building. Augusta, GA.Carved details of Lamar Building. Augusta, GA.
Pillars of Lamar Building. Augusta, GA.Imperial Theatre. Augusta, GA.Carved face holding chain of entrance overhang on Imperial Theatre. Augusta, GA.Carved scowling face on Imperial Theatre. Augusta, GA.
Pillars of Lamar Building. Augusta, GA.Imperial Theatre (1917) (745 Broad St.). Augusta, GA.Carved face holding chain of entrance overhang on Imperial Theatre. Augusta, GA.Carved scowling face on Imperial Theatre. Augusta, GA.
Carved window keystone on Imperial Theatre. Augusta, GA.Cast iron lamp on Imperial Theatre. Augusta, GA.Marion Building. Augusta, GA.Upper-story details of Marion Building. Augusta, GA.
Carved window keystone on Imperial Theatre. Augusta, GA.Cast iron lamp on Imperial Theatre. Augusta, GA.Marion Building (1920) (739 Broad St.) (10 floors). Augusta, GA.Upper-story details of Marion Building. Augusta, GA.
Confederate War Between the States Memorial. Augusta, GA.Base of Civil War Memorial to Confederate Troops. Augusta, GA.Statue of general with binoculars on Civil War Memorial to Confederacy. Augusta, GA.News Building. Augusta, GA.
Confederate War Between the States Memorial (1878). Augusta, GA.Base of Civil War Memorial to Confederate Troops. Augusta, GA.Statue of general with binoculars on Civil War Memorial to Confederacy. Augusta, GA.News Building (Broad St.). Augusta, GA.
Decorative patterns on News Building. Augusta, GA.Decorative patterns on News Building. Augusta, GA.Citizens & Southern National Bank made of Granite. Augusta, GA.Castle Hall & other Italianate buildings on 8th St. south of Broad. Augusta, GA.
Decorative patterns on News Building. Augusta, GA.Decorative patterns on News Building. Augusta, GA.Citizens & Southern National Bank (Broad at 7th St.) made of Granite. Augusta, GA. Style: Neoclassical.Castle Hall & other Italianate buildings on 8th St. south of Broad. Augusta, GA.
Fort Discovery Science Center. Augusta, GA.River Place Condominiums & Fort Discovery Science Center. Augusta, GA.St. Paul's Church. Augusta, GA.Stained glass of St. Paul's Church. Augusta, GA.
Fort Discovery Science Center. Augusta, GA.River Place Condominiums (1993) (18 floors) & Fort Discovery Science Center. Augusta, GA.St. Paul's Church (1918) (Reynolds at 6th St.). Augusta, GA. Architect: Henry Wendell. On National Register.Stained glass of St. Paul's Church. Augusta, GA.
Interior of St. Paul's Church. Augusta, GA.Stained glass window of St. Paul's Church. Augusta, GA.Flowering tree. Augusta, GA.Former Augusta Cotton Exchange. Augusta, GA.
Interior of St. Paul's Church. Augusta, GA.Stained glass window of St. Paul's Church. Augusta, GA.Flowering tree. Augusta, GA.Former Augusta Cotton Exchange (1886) (now Georgia Bank & Trust Company). Augusta, GA. Architect: Enoch William Brown. On National Register.
Upper floor of Augusta Cotton Exchange. Augusta, GA.Sacred Heart Cultural Center. Augusta, GA.Portal of Sacred Heart Cultural Center. Augusta, GA.Sacred Heart Cultural Center noted for its elaborate brick patterns. Augusta, GA.
Upper floor of Augusta Cotton Exchange. Augusta, GA.Sacred Heart Cultural Center (former Church) (1901) (1301 Greene St.). Augusta, GA. Style: Romanesque. Architect: Brother Cornelius Otten. On National Register.Portal of Sacred Heart Cultural Center. Augusta, GA.Sacred Heart Cultural Center noted for its elaborate brick patterns. Augusta, GA.
Enterprise Building, a textile mill now the Augusta Canal Interpretive Center. Augusta, GA.Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home was manse for First Presbyterian Church where Wilson's father was pastor. Augusta, GA.

Enterprise Building, a textile mill (19th C) now the Augusta Canal Interpretive Center. Augusta, GA.Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home (419 7th St.) was manse for First Presbyterian Church where Wilson's father was pastor (1858-70). Augusta, GA. On National Register.


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