Bookkeeper’s Cottage, Circa 1900, Jekyll Island

Also known as Stephen’s Cottage, this small house was built for the Club bookkeeper. Julius A. Falk served as the bookkeeper and assistant treasurer in 1897 and lived here year-round. He served as Assistant Superintendent, managing the affairs of the Club in the absence of Ernest Gilbert Grob. It’s presently home to a gift shop.

Jekyll Island Historic District, National Register of Historic Places + National Historic Landmark

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