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Name Martin, Van Jones

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 14 East Oglethorpe Avenue, built for George Anderson in 1853, showing a four-story building with bay windows. Building was enlarged by architect William Preston in 1892. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Wesley Monumental Methodist Church, at Abercorn Street and Gordon Street, showing eastern facade with towers and spires. Gothic revival designed by Dixon and Carson. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 18 Abercorn Street, originally the Leroy Myers Cigar Company but as of 2017 the Christ Church Parish House. Built 1911. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 23 Abercorn Street, built for James Habersham, Jr. circa 1771, showing the Old Pink House Restaurant and Tavern. Porch was added in 1812, the wing and lintels added in the 1870s. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

Image of Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 27 Abercorn Street, built for Oliver Sturges in 1813, showing a three-story brick building with shuttered windows and columned entrance. The third floor added after 1835. There are two copies of this image in the collection. Included in Historic Savannah (1979). House is on the National Register of Historic Buildings.

Image of Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 127-129 Abercorn Street, built for Mary Marshall in 1859, showing a four-story brick building with pedimented windows and ironwork. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 217-219 Abercorn Street, built for Alfred Haywood 1872-1873, showing a three-story brick building with pedimented windows and brickwork. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 231-233 Abercorn Street, built for Ramon Molina in 1869, showing a three-story brick building with arched windows and decorative brickwork. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 235-239 Abercorn Street, built for Peter Beranc in 1856, showing a three-story brick building with modern metal stairs. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

Image of Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 317-319 Abercorn Street, built for Fredericka Putzel in 1888, showing a two-story brick building with decorative cornice. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 329 Abercorn Street, built for Andrew Low in 1849, showing a three-story building with large windows, ironwork, and columns. Photograph labelled 325 Abercorn Street. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 330 Abercorn Street also known as the Hamilton-Turner house, built for Samuel P. Hamilton in 1873 and designed by J. D. Hall, showing a three-story building with mansard roof and pedimented double windows. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 421 Abercorn Street, built for Sara B. Clark in 1859, showing a three-story building with bay windows and large columns. The third floor was added in 1894. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 430-432 Abercorn Street, built for Benjamin J. Wilson in 1868, showing a three-story building with bay windows and decorative ironwork. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 516 Abercorn Street, built for Alegernon L. Hartridge in 1870, showing a multi-storied, stuccoed building with pedimented windows and doorway. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 114-116 West Hull Street, built for John H. Ash, showing a three-story brick building in two different styles with variations in brick color, roof type, and shutters. Photograph not used in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 302-306 West Alice Street, built for Edward G. Wilson and Robert D. Walker circa 1852, showing one-story stuccoed building. Photograph not used in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 308-310 West Alice Street, the First Tabernacle Baptist Church, showing southern facade and entrance to building. Built circa 1915. Photograph not used in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 106-108 East Anderson Street, built for Martin Helmken in 1885, showing two-story building with wood siding and wood ornamentation on porch. There are two copies of this image in the collection. Included in Historic Savannah (1979).

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Van Jones Martin photographs - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 114 East Anderson Street, built for Joseph Phillips in 1886, showing two-story building with wood siding and wooden Doric columns on porches. Photograph not used in Historic Savannah (1979).