Madison Square, Savannah, GA Photos

Madison Square (1837) of Savannah at Bull & Macon Streets was named in honor President James Madison. Its main sites are St John's Episcopal Church, the Green-Meldrim House (Sherman's Headquarters), the Scottish Rite Temple & the Savannah Volunteer Guards Armory, now a Savannah College of Art & Design's building.

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Green-Meldrim Mansion on Madison Square. Savannah, GA.Green-Meldrim Mansion served as Civil War General Tecumseh Sherman's Headquarters for the occupation of Savannah. Savannah, GA.St. John's Episcopal Church on Madison Square. Savannah, GA.Old Sorrel-Weed House on Madison Square. Savannah, GA.
Green-Meldrim Mansion on Madison Square. Savannah, GA. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: John S. Norris. On National Register.Green-Meldrim Mansion served as Civil War General Tecumseh Sherman's Headquarters (Dec. 22, 1864 - Feb. 1, 1865) for the occupation of Savannah. Savannah, GA.St. John's Episcopal Church (1850) on Madison Square. Savannah, GA. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: Calvin Otis.Old Sorrel-Weed House (1840) on Madison Square. Savannah, GA. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: Charles B. Cluskey.
Porch of Old Sorrel-Weed House. Savannah, GA.Scottish Rite Temple. Savannah, GA.Portal of Scottish Rite Temple. Savannah, GA.Upper story decorations of Scottish Rite Temple. Savannah, GA.
Porch of Old Sorrel-Weed House. Savannah, GA.Scottish Rite Temple (1901) (Bull & Charlton Sts. on Madison Square). Savannah, GA. Architect: Hyman Wallace Witcover.Portal of Scottish Rite Temple. Savannah, GA.Upper story decorations of Scottish Rite Temple. Savannah, GA.
Poetter Hall. Savannah, GA.Gothic Storefront built as Henry Ford showroom. Savannah, GA.Houses on Bull St. above Madison Square. Savannah, GA.
Poetter Hall (1892) (342 Bull St. on Madison Square) (former Savannah Volunteer Guards Armory, now a SCAD campus building). Savannah, GA. Style: Romanesque Revival. Architect: William Gibbons Preston.Gothic Storefront built as Henry Ford showroom (307 Bull St.). Savannah, GA.Houses on Bull St. above Madison Square. Savannah, GA.

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