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      SCAD Museum of ArtOctober 17, 2011
      Museum
      • Savannah, United States

      Take a photo of the museum (inside or outside) and post it to Instagram with the #scadmoa tag and it could appear on our website. Read more

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      SCAD Hong Kong 薩凡納藝術設計大學September 19, 2011
      Trade School
      • Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong

      Take your picture on the Savannah College of Art and Design-branded ferry, then upload it to the SCAD Hong Kong Facebook page and you could win an iTunes gift card. Read more

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      Wallin HallAugust 29, 2011
      Arts
      • Savannah, United States

      Built in 1912, Wallin Hall originally served as an elementary school. The 25,887-square-foot building was designed in the Prairie Style, featuring buff brick sloping walls and an ornamental bell tower

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      Trustees TheaterAugust 29, 2011
      Performing Arts
      • Savannah, United States

      Built in 1946, this theater opened as the Weis Theater in the midst of the post-World War II construction boom. It remained a working theater until 1980. SCAD acquired the theater in 1989.

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      SCAD Student CenterAugust 29, 2011
      Student Center
      • Savannah, United States

      The 23,834-square-foot Congregation B'nai B'rith Synagogue was built in 1909. The structure later housed St. Andrew's Independent Episcopal Church from 1970 to 2002. SCAD acquired the building in 2003

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      Streamliner DinerAugust 29, 2011
      Cafeteria
      • Savannah, United States

      This vintage diner was manufactured in Worcester, Mass., in 1938. It originally opened as a diner in Hanover, N.H., home of Dartmouth College. It functioned as a diner in New Hampshire until 1988.

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      Gryphon Tea RoomAugust 29, 2011
      Tea Room
      • Savannah, United States

      Gryphon is housed in an adapted turn-of-the-century pharmacy. Now a classic tearoom, it serves tea, coffee, sodas and light meals. The building was constructed between 1913 and 1926.

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      The River ClubAugust 29, 2011
      Event Space
      • Savannah, United States

      Built between 1916 and 1930, this building originally was the warehouse and office space for Savannah Electric & Power Company. It was taken over by South Atlantic Paper Company in 1954.

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      Pulaski HouseAugust 29, 2011
      Residence Hall
      • Savannah, United States

      The original building on this site in 1880 was home to several widows. In 1914, the structure was torn down and the existing structure was built as a home for the Jewish Educational Alliance.

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      Propes HallAugust 29, 2011
      Administrative Building
      • Savannah, United States

      Built in 1895 and formerly the Citizens Bank building, Propes Hall was the first building in Savannah to be completely fireproof. Note the Renaissance Revival style architecture.

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      Pepe HallAugust 29, 2011
      Arts
      • Savannah, United States

      Built in 1906, it opened its doors as Barnard Street School, the first free public school in Georgia. During the Civil War, Gen. Sheman's army used it as a military hospital.

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      Pei Ling Chan Gallery and Garden for the ArtsAugust 29, 2011
      Art Gallery
      • Savannah, United States

      Circa 1919, this building was initially erected as the Exchange Bank and in 1928 was taken over by C&S. It later reopened as Savannah Bank and Trust. SCAD purchased it in 1989.

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      Club SCADAugust 29, 2011
      Gym
      • Savannah, United States

      This circa-1937 brick building once housed the offices of a Savannah car dealership.

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      Norris HallAugust 29, 2011
      Arts
      • Savannah, United States

      Built in 1858, Norris Hall originally was designed as a home for elderly widows and unmarried women. A fissure runs along the interior wall, evidence of a 1886 earthquake that jarred the region.

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      Morris HallAugust 29, 2011
      Arts
      • Savannah, United States

      Built in 1853, it originally was the home of Alexander A Smets, who immigrated from France. The 13,783-square-foot home has had several uses, including the corporate offices of Acme Development.

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      Montgomery HallAugust 29, 2011
      Arts
      • Savannah, United States

      Built in the late 1800s, this 64,000-square-foot building once housed a carriage factory. It now serves as a Digital Media Center.

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      Magnolia HallAugust 29, 2011
      University
      • Savannah, United States

      This three-story Second Empire residence was built in 1878 for Jacob Guerard Heyward, the great grandson of Thomas Heyward, a South Carolinian who signed the Declaration of Independence.

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      Lai Wa HallAugust 29, 2011
      Administrative Building
      • Savannah, United States

      This circa-1877 structure once was the home of prominent Savannah financier and cotton broker Thomas M. Butler. Note its marble foyer, wrought-iron staircase and 13-foot coffered ceilings.

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      Kiah HallAugust 29, 2011
      Museum
      • Savannah, United States

      The structure, built in 1856, originally served as offices for the Central of Georgia Railroad complex. The 16,968-square-foot building is named after portraitist Dr. Virginia Jackson Kiah.

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      Keys HallAugust 29, 2011
      Administrative Building
      • Savannah, United States

      When Keys Hall was built in 1870, it was considered to be outside of the downtown area. It was a residence its first 50 years. Savannah Broadcasting Company bought the structure in 1939.

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