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Glynn County

Remains of Old Rice Mill Chimney at Elizafield Plantation, now the Santo Domingo State Park

Ruins of Old Barracks, Built about 1739 by Gen. James Oglethorpe, Jekyll Island State Park

Newcastle Street, Looking North, Brunswick

City Hall, Built in 1889, Brunswick

Municipal Visitors' Club and Chamber of Commerce, Brunswick

Custom House and U. S. Post Office, Brunswick [1907]

Court House Square, Facing Union Street, Brunswick [1929]

Court House Square, Azaleas in Bloom, Brunswick

Court House, Brunswick

City Hospital, Brunswick

St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Brunswick

Group of Churches, Brunswick

Union Street, Looking South from Post Office, Brunswick

Golden Isles Court, Brunswick

Georgian Lodge Hotel, Brunswick

Oak Park Motel, Brunswick

Hotel Wiletta, Brunswick

Oglethorpe Hotel, Brunswick

Oglethorpe Hotel, Brunswick

Oglethorpe Hotel, Brunswick [1929]

Seabreeze Motel, Brunswick

Star Motor Court, Brunswick

The Deck, on the St. Simons and Sea Island Causeway, Brunswick

Laniers Oak, Brunswick
Sea Island

Patio of the Cloister Hotel, Sea Island

Room Service on Wheels at the Cloister, Sea Island [1942]

Cloister and Cloister Apartments, Sea Island

Marsh Hen Hunting on the Sea Island Preserve, near Sea Island Beach [1930]
St. Simons Island

Old Slave House of Retreat Plantation on Demere Road and Retreat Avenue, St. Simons Island

Light House, St. Simon's Island

Ruins of Barracks, Fort Frederica, St. Simons Island

Battle of Bloody Marsh Monument, St. Simons Island

Sea Island Yacht Club and Docks, Frederica River, St. Simon's Island

Sunset on the Frederica River, near Fort Frederica, St. Simon's Island

Christ Church, Frederica, near Sea Island Beach, St. Simons Island

Old Tomb at Frederica, St. Simons Island

County Casino, St. Simons Island

New Hotel St. Simons (Faces Ocean), near Brunswick

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