Oglethorpe Square, Savannah, GA Photos

Oglethorpe Square (1742) of Savannah is at Abercorn & President Streets. Its main sites is the Owens-Thomas House run by the Telfair Museum. The square honors James Edward Oglethorpe, founder of Savannah.

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Owens-Thomas House is a museum of the Telfair Academy. Savannah, GA.Cast iron side porch of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.Cast iron support details of side porch of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.Side & rear view of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.
Owens-Thomas House (1816-9) (124 Abercorn St. on Oglethorpe Square) is a museum of the Telfair Academy. Savannah, GA. Style: Regency. Architect: William Jay. On National Register.Cast iron side porch of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.Cast iron support details of side porch of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.Side & rear view of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.
Carriage building of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.Cluskey Building. Savannah, GA.

Carriage building of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.Cluskey Building (c1830) (127 Abercorn St. on Oglethorpe Square). Savannah, GA. Style: Federal.


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