Hotels -- Hotel Pulaski Savannah's Newest and Oldest Every Room Outside, Savannah Georgia…Johnson Park…Front of Pulaski Hotel
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Black and white postcard with no borders, divided back and postally unused. The Hotel Pulaski was one of the oldest hotels in Savannah, possibly in operation in 1795. It was expanded in 1839 by Peter Wiltberger. In 1871, the hotel was enlarged and a new portico was added. The four story hotel was centrally located on the corner of Bryan and Bull Streets. It was one of the first Savannah hotels to use gas. Its retail space on the corner was occupied with the Pinkussohn Cigar Company. The building was torn down in 1956.
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3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
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MS 016 Savannah Postcard Collection, Jen Library Archives and Special Collections, the Savannah College of Art and Design.
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