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The Majesty Of Savannah Hardcover – December 31, 1992
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There's a special charm to Savannah, a town known for its lush, green squares and vibrant architecture. Touring the city on foot can bring you right to eye-pleasing masterpieces, from palatial mansions to quaint cottages.
The Majesty of Savannah Postcard Book presents in all their glory some of the most awe-inspiring interiors and exteriors the town has to offer. The cards include some of the well-known houses, like the Isaiah Davenport House and the William Taylor House, but also such points of interest as the Savannah Cotton Exchange and Forsyth Park. Whether to keep as mementos or to send to friends, these beautiful color postcards will bring the grace and grandeur of the city into any home.
Cover photograph: Savannah Cotton Exchange--This text refers to the Misc. Supplies edition.
About the Author
Peter Beney's numerous photographic credits over the past forty years include other travel and architectural works using photographs from his many world travels. Over the years, he has accumulated a library of more than 20,000 of his own pictures that he markets worldwide.
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This book contains a small amount of history and information, but has tons of color pictures of historic sites and houses in Savannah. Just like the picture on the cover, the photographs are beautifully done and draw you in. There were pictures of the outdoor marketplaces, pirate houses, cafes and taverns, churches and some of the more glorious houses I have ever seen. Landscaping too, parks and lush gardens.
If you are interested in Savannah's history, architecture or landscaping, you will enjoy this book. Check out some of the other books in the series as well.
If you were hoping to see views of some of the places mentioned in Midnight In The Garden of Good Evil such as the famous bird girl - forget it! I wasn't expecting this to be a set of cards dedicated to the scenes from that book by any means but with all the beauty in Savannah it took a terribly dull editor to assemble such unremarkable images! The only saving grace is that these are regular sized postcards that will take a 27 Cent Stamp. If these were oversized postcards such as most of the city and state collections published these days, I wouldn't dream of wasting 42 cents on one. I probably will only use 5 or 6 of the cards as it is. I would suggest looking for one of the Georgia or general South themed books from Brown Trout Publishing instead. Those never disappoint.