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Mercer-Wilder House, 429 Bull Street, Savannah, Chatham County, GA



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B&W Photos

HB345985
East Front

HB345986
Front And South Side

HB345987
West Rear And North Side

HB345988
Interior, First Floor Stair

HB345989
Skylight In Stairwell

HB345990
First Floor, Northwest Room, Showing Arched Double Doors


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Item Title


Location
429 Bull Street, Savannah, GA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS GA-1189
Significance: Architect John S. Norris responsible for other major commissions in Savannah, including the U.S. Customs House. This particular building a good example of the Italianate Style. Originally designed for Confederate General Hugh Mercer. Rated "Excellent" in Historic Savannah Foundation survey. Carriage House (HABS-GA-1189-A) interesting surviving dependency.

Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. EAST FRONT
2. FRONT AND SOUTH SIDE
3. WEST REAR AND NORTH SIDE
4. INTERIOR, FIRST FLOOR STAIR
5. SKYLIGHT IN STAIRWELL
6. FIRST FLOOR, NORTHWEST ROOM, SHOWING ARCHED DOUBLE DOORS


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