Pulaski-Barnes House, 1880, Cuthbert

Frank Pulaski was a Jewish merchant who came South to escape the racism of the Know-Nothing party. He commissioned William H. Parkins, Georgia’s most important architect of the post-Civil War period, to build this elaborate Queen Anne cottage. Parkins was also the designer of the Randolph County Courthouse and Old Main at Andrew College.

Cuthbert Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

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One response to “Pulaski-Barnes House, 1880, Cuthbert

  1. Sharon Rice

    Impressive! I like the dormer roof shape.

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