There’s not even a monument to Pulaski! This being Savannah, his memorial obelisk in Monterey Square. Duh. But even though Pulaski Square doesn’t have any monuments, it does have the most impressive collection of Southern Live Oaks of all Savannah’s squares, making it an agreeable place to pass through, or sit for a spell.
Live Oaks, gorgeous residences, Spanish Moss… let’s see, there’s something’s missing. Ah yes: SCAD, of course! There’s not a corner of the city without SCAD’s sticky, paint-caked fingers all over it. The college put its stamp on Pulaski Square in 1995 by purchasing its most stately building: the red brick Pulaski House. Originally built in 1915 by the Jewish Educational Alliance, it’s now used as a girl’s dorm.
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January 15, 2011 at 7:19 pm