Dunbar House, 1898, Augusta

This was originally the home of Henry Steiner Dunbar and his wife Pauline Sledge Dunbar. Dunbar, whose family had been in Augusta since at least the early 1820s, had a shoe business with Robert A. Fleming, Jr., when he built the home. According to his obituary he was a food broker at the time of his death.

Augusta Downtown Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

1 thought on “Dunbar House, 1898, Augusta

  1. Rad Fox

    There’s an unknown treasure that you probably are unaware of. The home I grew up in that used to be at 703 4 street was built by Dr Antony one of the founders of the Medical College ge of GA. The house stood facing May Park. The house was taken from our family by the county when they built the new jail/SO. They move the house next to the Governor Mansion. It’s the white with Red roof three story home facing the At@T building. The lot to the west of the Governor Mansion, don’t recall the name of the road to the rear of the Mansion. Could tell you some Ghost Stories in that wonderful home. Think its lawyers office now I live in Brunswick ,now. Thanks Radford Fox
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