Thursday Doors – September 12, 2019

The Cotton Exchange

Once upon a time this building in Savannah, Georgia was the place where the price of cotton was set. Georgia was the leading cotton producer in the country and Savannah was a major Atlantic seaport. In the 1880 the area was knows as the “Wall Street of the South”. By the 1920s cotton production in the South was devastated by a beetle, the boll weevil, and this building became just a reminder of the glory days.

Cotton Exchange building, Savannah

Front door, Savannah Cotton Exchange

This is a contribution to the Thursday Doors challenge.


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