Tag Archives: Architecture of David S. Cuttino Jr.

Cornelia Community House, 1936

Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Cornelia Kiwanis Club with Tudor influences, the Cornelia Community House is one of the largest such gathering places I’ve encountered in Georgia. David S. Cuttino, Jr., was the architect. It is the centerpiece of a 33-acre public park and was formally dedicated in May 1937.

It’s unusual in that the rear of the building holds much more architectural interest than the front.

National Register of Historic Places

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The Pines, 1939, Newnan

Also known as the Manget-Bass House, this whimsical Classical Revival is beautifully situated on the high point of a nearly five-acre lot. It was designed by Newnan-born architect David S. Cuttino, Jr. (1905-1973).

Platinum Point Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

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