Hampton Lillibridge House architectural drawings
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Hampton Lillibridge House architectural drawings

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Creator: Historic American Buildings Survey.
Title: Hampton Lillibridge House architectural drawings
Dates: 1962
Extent: 0.1 cubic feet (1 roll)
Identification: MS 2319

Biographical/Historical Note

The Hampton Lillibridge House was built in 1796 by Rhode Island native, Hampton Lillibridge in the traditional New England style. The house was originally located at 310 East Bryan Street in Savannah, Georgia, but when it was purchased by antiques dealer, Jim Williams, in 1963 it was moved to its present location at 507 East Julian Street in Savannah, where it is known as one of Savannah's most haunted homes.

Scope and Content Note

This collection contains six architectural drawings from 1962 of the Hampton Lillibridge House located at 310 East Bryan Street in Savannah, Georgia. These drawings were developed for the Historic American Buildings Survey by a Savannah field office that was under the direction of the United States Department of Interior National Park Service, Branch of Plans and Design.


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Index Terms

Architectural drawings (visual works)
Historic American Buildings Survey.
Historic buildings--Georgia--Savannah.
United States. National Park Service. National Architectural and Engineering Records Division.

Administrative Information

Processing Information

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Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.


Encoding funded by a 2008 Archives-Basic Projects grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.