Gordon House
Wayne / Gordon-Low House, Library of Congress
A house similar to Telfair, and attributed to Jay, was built for Savannah's mayor James Moore Wayne in 1821. It is at 142 Bull Street on Wright Square.

Wayne sold the home to his niece and her husband, William Gordon, in 1831. A third story and a curved side porch were added in the 1880s. In 1953 the Girl Scouts bought the house, which was the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, their founder. They began a restoration program and it became Savannah's first Registered Historic Landmark in 1965.

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