Called "The Forest City" and "The Paris of the South", the city of Savannah Georgia is well-known throughout the South for its beautiful squares and parks, its magnificent architecture, and fascinating history. Over 250 vintage hand-tinted postcards will transport readers back into Savannah's past to a time when the city was a booming tourist and industry made a popular destination for travelers from around the world. Gaze at graceful Southern mansions, sprawling avenues, the imposing buildings of the cotton trade, and the moss-draped oak trees that have made Savannah known the world over as a city of elegance and beauty. Approximate dating and values will aide collectors in building their own collections of these wonderful images.
Nathaniel Wolfgang-Price is a "Jack of all trades" who aspires to be a Great American Poet. Mary Martin is a antiques dealer who heads Mary Martin Postcards, a three-generation family business that is the largest postcard operation in the world. Tina Skinner is a professional writer and editor who enjoys hauling her family to exotic places in the pursuit of "research."