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Home > Georgia > Statesboro > H. Pat Brannen House, 335 South Main Street, Statesboro, Bulloch County, GA



B&W Photos
BWPhotos 208928
HB378475
BWPhotos 208928
BWPhotos 208929
HB378476
BWPhotos 208929
BWPhotos 208930
HB378477
BWPhotos 208930
BWPhotos 208931
HB378478
BWPhotos 208931
BWPhotos 208932
HB378479
BWPhotos 208932
BWPhotos 208933
HB378480
BWPhotos 208933
BWPhotos 208934
HB378481
BWPhotos 208934
BWPhotos 208935
HB378482
BWPhotos 208935
BWPhotos 208936
HB378483
BWPhotos 208936


Item Title
BWPhotos 208936

Location
335 South Main Street, Statesboro, GA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS GA-2379
Building/structure dates: 1922 initial construction
National Register Number: 89001161
Significance: Part of the South Main Street Residential Historic District. The district was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in September 6, 1989 as part of the Downtown Statesboro Multiple Property Nomination. This house is in a district which reflects the continued popularity of late 19th century house forms, as well as the increasing popularity of the bungalow. The district is also typical of residential neighborhood dating from the 1910's to the 1920's, comprised mainly of single-story bungaloid structures constructed in an area with a gridiron street pattern. Houses in the district are arranged on lots perpendicular to the street and vary in setback. The closely spaced residences are freestanding and similar in style and overall character. The house lots vary in width from 60 to 75 feet with small front yards separated from the street by sidewalks.

Subjects
Banks
Houses


Related Names
Riggs, Gil, Photographer
Nail, Robin, Historian


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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