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Price: $40 adult; $30 student
Afternoon Tours 2 – 5 pm
305 7th St S
An Italianate structure with Gothic and Greek Revival features, Amzi Love is the only home on tour that has remained in the same family for seven generations. Many of the furnishings and artifacts are original to the house. Amzi Love has been on the Columbus Spring Pilgrimage since 1951–72 years! Owner Sid Caradine is a direct descendant of Amzi Love. His wife Brenda is a founder of the Tennessee Williams Tribute in Columbus. Reviewed by Fodor’s Travel Guide and the New York Times Travel Magazine.
Home of Mr. & Mrs. R. Sidney Caradine, III / National Register
922 7th St N
A generous two-story front porch welcomes visitors to this unchanged Colonial Revival structure, a 20th century presentation of a favorite American architectural style, dominant from 1890 until 1940. This hilltop home, parsonage for the First Methodist Church for nearly four decades, presents an interesting example of adaptable 18th century American design. With an interior enhanced by a collection of 19th century art and French-inspired antiques, it became the aerie of the late Dr. Jack Hammond White and his wife Emilie.
Home of Mrs. Emilie Cunningham White
The Campbell House – Bonus
215 3rd Ave S
This charming Greek Revival cottage was built by John Henry Richards. Legend says that merchant William B. Weaver and his family lived here during the 1848 construction of Errolton, their home across the street. Errolton was first called “The Weaver Home,” and Campbell House was known for many years as Weaver Cottage. This structure is currently being restored, so the tour will be an architectural one. Owned by Dr. John Fields