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Bulloch Hall, Roswell, GA.  Historic American Buildings Survey drawings, sheet 2 of 3, 1934.

Bulloch Hall, Roswell, GA. Historic American Buildings Survey drawings, sheet 2 of 3, 1934.

Bulloch Hall in Roswell, Georgia  Different top window design, balcony, Portico, and screened in breakfast wing

Bulloch Hall in Roswell, Georgia Different top window design, balcony, Portico, and screened in breakfast wing

5.  Historic American Buildings Survey Branan Sanders, Photographer March 1934 INTERIOR- STAIRHALL - Bulloch Hall, Roswell, Fulton County, GA | Library of Congress

5. Historic American Buildings Survey Branan Sanders, Photographer March 1934 INTERIOR- STAIRHALL - Bulloch Hall, Roswell, Fulton County, GA | Library of Congress

"Cookies with Mrs. Claus" at Barrington Hall, 12/22/14 Reservations are required.  Roswell GA

"Cookies with Mrs. Claus" at Barrington Hall, 12/22/14 Reservations are required. Roswell GA

Barrington Hall, Roswell Ga. 1842

Barrington Hall, Roswell Ga. 1842

Mimosa Hall, Roswell, Fulton County, GA. Historic American Buildings Survey photo-1936.

Mimosa Hall, Roswell, Fulton County, GA. Historic American Buildings Survey photo-1936.

2.  Historic American Buildings Survey Branan Sanders, Photographer March 1934 PORCH-EAST - Bulloch Hall, Roswell, Fulton County, GA | Library of Congress

2. Historic American Buildings Survey Branan Sanders, Photographer March 1934 PORCH-EAST - Bulloch Hall, Roswell, Fulton County, GA | Library of Congress

Holly Hill (Lewis Place), Roswell, GA.  Historic American Buildings Survey photo-1936.

Holly Hill (Lewis Place), Roswell, GA. Historic American Buildings Survey photo-1936.

downtown roswell, ga

downtown roswell, ga

JELKS-WAY-STONE HOME was built around 1845 by James Oliver Jelks, an early settler and prominent merchant of Hawkinsville and Pulaski County, GA. It is within walking distance of churches, historic downtown, the Ocmulgee River landings and the restored historic Opera House. The home’s original design included center hall, wrap around porch and separate kitchen.   It was constructed of heart pine 10-12″ board using wooden pegs and handmade nails.

JELKS-WAY-STONE HOME was built around 1845 by James Oliver Jelks, an early settler and prominent merchant of Hawkinsville and Pulaski County, GA. It is within walking distance of churches, historic downtown, the Ocmulgee River landings and the restored historic Opera House. The home’s original design included center hall, wrap around porch and separate kitchen. It was constructed of heart pine 10-12″ board using wooden pegs and handmade nails.

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