Henry C. Day House, 1870s, Brunswick

Henry C. Day House Where Sidney Lanier Recovered from Tuberculosis and Was Inspired to Write Marshes of Glynn Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2014

Brunswick Old Town Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

This was the home of Sidney Lanier’s brother-in-law, Henry C. Day and it was here in the 1870s that the famous poet stayed in an attempt to overcome tuberculosis. During this time he was inspired to pen “The Marshes of Glynn”, his most famous work.

 

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