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- Historic Architecture and Landscapes of Georgia: The Hubert Bond Owens and John Linley Image Collections at the Owens Library
- Adair House (Greenville, Ga.)
- Owens, Hubert B.
- Original slide held by the Owens Library, University of Georgia, Hubert B. Owens Collection.
- Date of Original:
- Greek Revival (Architecture)
Wood (plant material)
- Boyd, J. W.--Homes and haunts
Adair, R. D.--Homes and haunts
Antley, J. F., Mrs.--Homes and haunts
- United States, Georgia, Meriwether County, Greenville, 33.02874, -84.71298
- color photographs
- Still Image
- Digital image of an original slide, scanned and described by the Digital Library of Georgia in 2001-2002.
One-story wood frame Greek Revival cottage featuring an entrance portico with entablature and pediment supported by two square Doric inspired columns. The entrance features sidelights and transom. The sides of the porch are enclosed by a balustrade. The house was bought from J. W. Boyd in 1871 by R. D. Adair, a veteran of the Civil War, who was county treasurer (1886-1908). His daughter Irene Adair was bookkeeper at the Greenville Banking Co. Mrs. J. F. Antley occupied the house in the 1970s. For more information see Pinkston, Regina P. A Historical Account of Meriwether County, 1827-1974. Greenville, Ga.: Gresham Printing Co., c1974, p. 186.
Located at: Greenville, Ga.
Date of structure: 1850.
Slide annotated: "Greenville, Ga."
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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