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- Historic Architecture and Landscapes of Georgia: The Hubert Bond Owens and John Linley Image Collections at the Owens Library
- Maffett-Garrett House (Greenville, Ga.)
- Owens, Hubert B.
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- Vernacular architecture
Wood (plant material)
Render, James, Mrs.--Homes and haunts
Maffett, J. C.--Homes and haunts
Maffett, Ada--Homes and haunts
Garrett, E. C.--Homes and haunts
Garrett, E. C., Mrs.--Homes and haunts
- United States, Georgia, Meriwether County, Greenville, 33.02874, -84.71298
- Still Image
- Located at: Greenville, Ga.
Built prior to 1856, the plantation plain style cottage on a brick foundation has a shed roofed porch supported by thick, square columns with ornate braces. A long shed is attached to the side of the house. The house has two apparently metal chimneys, one on each end. The house was the home of Sheriff J. C. (Jimpse) Maffett and his wife "Miss Ada." It remained in the Maffett family as the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Garrett. The house was built before 1856 when Mrs. James Render bought it after her husband's death.
Slide annotated: "Greenville, Ga."
Date of structure: 1855.
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- Bibliographic Citation (Cite As):
- Cite as: [title of image], Hubert B. Owens Collection, Box 41, Owens Library, School of Environment and Design, The University of Georgia
- 1 slide : color
- Holding Institution:
- Owens Library