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High Uptown Neighborhood, Second Avenue from 1523 to 1645, Columbus, Muscogee County, GA



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B&W Photos

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Item Title
BWPhotos 378307

Location
Second Avenue from 1523 to 1645, Columbus, GA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS GA-2313
Building/structure dates: 1828 initial construction
National Register Number: 69000045
Significance: The Columbus Historic District is approximately 166 acres of historic structures dating from 1828 to the late 1930s. This part of the city retains its original grid, wide tree lined streets, and some of the original brick streets. Not only is the area important as an example of early city planning, but it contains a large number of intact structures featuring many architectural styles and types as well as a type indigenous to Columbus.

Subjects
Domestic Life
Neighborhoods


Related Names
Walton, James A.
Walton, Robert O.
Hunt, William P.
Butts, Joseph O.
Butts, Kate
Butts, Jesse B.
Kermes, Becky, Historian
D'Avino, Gail A., Historian
Churchill, Cherie, Photographer
Hall, Andrew, Photographer


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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