Green-Meldrim Mansion (1853)

Green-Meldrim Mansion Note Iron Work and Oriel Windows.

James Ogelthorpe - Founder of Georgia Colony and City Plan of Savannah.

Detail - Ogelthorpe Monument

Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (1872-76)

Cotton Exchange (1887)

City Hall. Yes, that's gold.

Riverboats on the Savannah River.

One of these men won 4 Academy Awards for his songwriting. That would be Johnny Mercer.

The lovely Cinzia.

Ownes-Thomas House (1840).

Garden and Slave Quarters, Owens-Thomas House

Enjoy Savannah!

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15.11 | 17:57

I love these Gary. Grab C and travel more.... -p

15.11 | 17:40

Gary, So interesting was wondering when you would send it. You do such a fabulous job of writing Loved it Thanks so much love to you and Cindy, Aunt Iris

23.07 | 21:19

Your travels remind me of the line in the Commander's song "There's a whole lot of things I ain't never done, and I ain't never had too much fun." Admirable. -p

23.06 | 14:51

Dear Gary, Thanks for taking me along and showing me the sights, etc. you do such a fabulous job writing all this. Thanks so much. My love to you & Cinty

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