Melrose Plantation, Thomasville, Georgia, c. 1915

Collection:
Thomas County Image Gallery
Title:
Melrose Plantation, Thomasville, Georgia, c. 1915
Date of Original:
115
Subject:
Colonial revival (Architecture)
Architecture--Georgia--Thomasville
Plantations--Georgia--Thomasville
Location:
United States, Georgia, Thomas County, Thomasville, 30.83658, -83.97878
Medium:
postcards
Type:
StillImage
Format:
image/jpeg
Description:
A color image of Melrose Plantation. Located at: SW of Thomasville on US 13, Thomasville, Ga. Built around 1927 by Walker and Weeks for Howard Melville, Jr., the guest house is an example of Colonial Revival. In 1948, a kitchen wing and rear bedroom were added. The guest house is a one-story structure with attic, featuring an entrance portico flanked by forward facing gables with large square windows. Melrose Plantation was also known as Owl's Nest. Image annotated: "East View, Melrose Plantation".
Metadata URL:
http://www.thomasvillehistory.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Melrose-Postcard-021.jpg
Holding Institution:
Thomasville History Center
Rights:

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