Jekyll Island Club Stables, 1897

The stables for the Jekyll Island Club were designed by Charles Alling Gifford, a favored architect of the club membership. The facility has served as a museum for many years and was recently rebranded as Mosaic, the Jekyll Island Museum.

Jekyll Island National Historic Landmark

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One response to “Jekyll Island Club Stables, 1897

  1. Robin Postell

    I hope you like the way I did this. I thought using all the Jekyll Island ones in one post was the most impactful. Tell me if you want me to change or add anything. I love the Chicota Cottage ones and the ruins of the pool. Right up my proverbial alley.

    R

    On Fri, Nov 15, 2019 at 9:38 AM Vanishing Coastal Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown wrote:

    > Brian Brown posted: ” The stables for the Jekyll Island Club were designed > by Charles Alling Gifford, a favorite architect of the membership. The > facility has served as a museum for many years and was recently rebranded > as Mosaic, the Jekyll Island Museum.” >

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