Newsome-Willingham-Carswell House, Circa 1885, Macon

Now known as the Hubble House Apartments, this Neoclassical Revival landmark that looks amazingly similar to the White House, has a bit of a confusing history. Macon: An Architectural & Historical Guide notes: Within this…mansion…is a Victorian house…In 1904 Mr. E. J. Willingham enlarged the house and changed its style by adding the imposing colonnade, which originally had 18 Corinthian columns. Later additions enclosed the side porches…In 1906, the house was the site of the first national convention of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority…

Macon Historic District, National Register of  Historic Places

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