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Queen Anne House, Jesup

According to neighbors this once served as boarding house, though it has primarily been used as a private residence.

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Vernacular Bungalow, Jesup

A nice variety of vernacular and formal styles can be found in Jesup’s historic residential area. It would be nice to see better documentation and a National Register of Historic Places designation for this area. 13 more words

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Craftsman Cottage, Jesup

Distinguished from the Craftsman bungalow by the lack of a dormer on the front, this is particularly nice example of the Craftsman style.

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Landsburg United Methodist Church, 1902, Wheeler County

In 1884, a small Methodist congregation began meeting near Landsburg in a log structure. They relocated to to this location sometime thereafter and built the present church which is still in use today.

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J. H. Beacham House, Circa 1910, Dublin

According to Scott Thompson’s Pieces of Our Past this served as the National College of Business from 1961-64. It was also home to the Nancy Taylor Charm School. 10 more words

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Craftsman Cottage, Dublin

Stubbs Park-Stonewall Street Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

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