Carson McCullers Center

1519 Stark Avenue, Columbus, GA 31906, United States
Carson McCullers Center, Columbus, GeorgiaCarson McCullers CenterColumbus, GeorgiaThe family of author Carson McCullers moved to this house in 1927. Here Lula Carson Smith spent her formative years 10-17 and here she began to...The Elms, Columbus, GeorgiaThe ElmsColumbus, GeorgiaIn 1844, Lambert Spencer built a simple Greek Revival home detailed with Doric columns and acanthus leaves. In 1868, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bowers...The Bradley Center, Columbus, GeorgiaThe Bradley CenterColumbus, GeorgiaClassic Theatre - The Bradley - Columbus, Georgia.Midtown Coffee House, Columbus, GeorgiaMidtown Coffee HouseColumbus, GeorgiaGeat laté. Definitely worth a visit.Leonora M. Sarling Fountain, Columbus, GeorgiaLeonora M. Sarling FountainColumbus, GeorgiaLeonora M. Sarling was killed here in Columbus as a result of an auto accident. Her husband had this memorial built for her.St. Elmo, Columbus, GeorgiaSt. ElmoColumbus, Georgia"St. Elmo", one of the most exquisite examples of the classic houses in America, stands in view of this point, it was built on the old Stagecoach...The Wynn House, Columbus, GeorgiaThe Wynn HouseColumbus, GeorgiaThe Wynn House was built in 1839 when the city of Columbus was 11 years old. Greek Revival in style, the house has doric columns on three sides and...Sixth Avenue Passenger Station, Columbus, GeorgiaSixth Avenue Passenger StationColumbus, GeorgiaThe Central of Georgia Railroad's Station, designed by Bruce and Morgan of Atlanta, GA, was erected in 1901. Featuring massive granite arches, it...Saint John African Methodist Episcopal Church, Columbus, GeorgiaSaint John African Methodist Episcopal ChurchColumbus, GeorgiaThis one-story Victorian Gothic structure dates back to 1870. The cornerstone of the church indicates that the building was constructed in 1870...St James Ame Church, Columbus, GeorgiaSt James Ame ChurchColumbus, GeorgiaSt. James African Methodist Episcopal Church was organized in 1863. The present church is built on land granted by act of the Georgia Legislature...Bullard-Hart-Sampson House, Columbus, GeorgiaBullard-Hart-Sampson HouseColumbus, GeorgiaBuilt in 1887 by Dr. William L. Bullard, Columbus physician and pioneer ear, eye, nose and throat specialist, this house is a splendid example of...Church of the Holy Family, Columbus, GeorgiaChurch of the Holy FamilyColumbus, GeorgiaThis is the mother church of Roman Catholicism in this area, serving as the only Catholic Church in Columbus from 1880 to 1958. The first Catholic...Swift-Kyle House, Columbus, GeorgiaSwift-Kyle HouseColumbus, GeorgiaGeorge Parker Swift and his daughter and son-in-law owned the mansion which dates from the antebellum period. It dates to 1857 and was remodeled...Historic Columbus Foundation, Columbus, GeorgiaHistoric Columbus FoundationColumbus, GeorgiaThe Rankin House: James A. Rankin came to Columbus from Ayrshire, Scotland and in 1839 married Agnes Affleck. Mr. Rankin was a planter and owner of...The Illges House, Columbus, GeorgiaThe Illges HouseColumbus, GeorgiaBuilt in 1850 by James A. Chapman. This Roman Revival home has a stuccoed facade and has six large Corinthian columns. The Italianate...The Garrett-Bullock House, Columbus, GeorgiaThe Garrett-Bullock HouseColumbus, GeorgiaA fine example of Queen Anne style architecture in Columbus, Georgia. This High Victorian mansion was built in 1881 by Confederate Colonel Joseph...Ma Rainey House, Columbus, GeorgiaMa Rainey HouseColumbus, GeorgiaThe historic ma rainy home in downtown, Columbus, GA. Ma Rainy was known as the mother of Blues.Columbus, GeorgiaColumbusGeorgiaHad just finished watching a couple of kayakers playing in the rapids on a rough section of the Chattahoochee River when I saw the late afternoon...City Mills, Columbus, GeorgiaCity MillsColumbus, GeorgiaSite of the oldest manufacturing operation on the Chattahoochee River at Columbus, April 3, 1828, the State of Georgia through Governor George R....First Presbyterian Church, Columbus, GeorgiaFirst Presbyterian ChurchColumbus, GeorgiaThe Presbyterians were granted one of the original church lots in the 1828 Columbus plan. It was on the North side of Chapel St. between Second and...
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