The Savannah Cotton Exchange stands as a grand reminder of cotton's influence on this city. Built in 1886 by Boston architect William G. Preston, the cotton exchange was one of the first major buildings to be constructed entirely over a public street. Built of red brick with a terra cotta facade, iron window lintels and copper finials and copings, the building is one of the best surviving examples of the Romantic Revival period.
Julie Dunn Fine Art Photography is printed by The Julie Dunn Gallery with the highest quality paper and inks for archival purposes and to give the best presentation of the Fine Art Photograph.
12x18 - Signed by Julie in the bottom left corner on the image
24x34 - white boarders around a 20x30 image - hand signed by Julie below the image with the name of the image and signature.
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, United States, Savannah, Architecture