This may have been a guest cottage for the nearby South End House (Reynolds Mansion), or perhaps the home of a site manager. It appears to be of 20th-century construction. I will update as soon as I know more.
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Thank you for sharing all the pictures of Sapelo Island!
I’ve never been to Sapelo Island even though it’s been on my “to do” list for years. You’ve convinced me that it’s “time” this year to go!
Thank you for your “newly posted” beautiful pictures of Sapelo Island and Hog Hammock. Because of your pictures and a news article I read about the property tax problems there, I made contact with Cornelia Walker Bailey and plan to visit there in April or May. I pray I can help in some way to preserve this historical African American area.
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