Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Savannah, Georgia

Madison Square
Savannah, Georgia
Sergeant William Jasper Monument...who, mortally wounded, rescued the COLORS of his regiment in the assault on the British lines about the city of Savannah, on October 9, 1779.

Savannah's Forsyth Park is particularly lovely in early Spring during the Azalea Season.  The Fountain resembles the one in the Place De La Concorde, Paris, France.

The Birthplace and Childhood Home of Juliette Gordon Low, Founder of Girl Scouting in the United States of America. This house, known in Savannah as the Gordon Home, was built in 1819 and is a fine example of Regency Architecture. Now owned by the National Girl Scout Organization, it is a living memorial to Juliette Low and a Center for Girl Scouts in this country.

Mirror Tourist Court Restaurant
12 Miles South of Savannah, Ga.
Phone Savannah 49232
Franciene and H>H. Hofman, Owners and Mgrs.

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