Here’s a different kind of post for today. I was doing some research and came across some images I’d forgotten about, the Library of Congress collection of the Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South. If you love grand old homes like I do, check them out.
Library of Congress says of the photos, “Noted architectural photographer Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) created a systematic record of early American buildings and gardens called the Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South (CSAS). This collection, created primarily in the 1930s, provides more than 7,100 images showing an estimated 1,700 structures and sites … ”
I picked just a few to share. I don’t know the fates of these homes. I just liked their architecture. (Note: The caption info is as it appears on the Library of Congress site.)