Government Buildings -- Federal building and U.S. Courthouse
U.S. General Services Administration Preserving America's Federal Buildings
Savannah (Ga.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Architecture -- Georgia -- Savannah.
Courthouses -- Georgia -- Savannah.
No border, sepia print, divided back, caption from the back of the postcard: Federal building and U.S. Courthouse 125-127 Bull Street, Savannah Georgia Constructed 1894-1899, 1932 (addition) Photograph c. 1900 Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, 1899-1999 Centennial Celebration. The building, originally designed to be both Post Office and Courthouse, is in the Second Renaissance Revival style. The original portion of the building is constructed of white Georgia marble, and features Italianate tripartite facade divisions. One of the most prominent characteristics of the building is the varied fenestration. Jeremiah O'Rourke is listed on the cornerstone as the architect. After the 1932 extension, the building took up an entire block overlooking Wright Square.
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4 x 6 inches
MS 016 Savannah Postcard Collection, Jen Library Archives and Special Collections, the Savannah College of Art and Design.
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