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McRitchie-Hollis Museum Ornament (Newnan, GA)
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Artistic rendering of the historic McRitchie-Hollis Museum, in Newnan, GA. This is a double-sided ornament. Side 1 and side 2 have the same image.
If you have never been inside this beautifully restored, historic home, you should definitely add it to your list of sites to visit while in Newnan, GA.
The McRitchie-Hollis Museum is one of the newer homes in the historic district around the Newnan Square.
This large, beautiful building was once the home of Ellis and Mildred Peniston, a prominent Newnan family.
Popular architect Kennon Perry designed and built the home, which was completed in 1937 just as the nation was preparing for another war.
Ellis and Mildred shared the large home with their domestic servants. They never had children of their own, but were very fond of their nieces and nephews.
Today, the house is closely restored to the condition it was in when Mildred “Bunny” and Ellis Peniston occupied it.
This McRitchie-Hollis Museum Ornament (Newnan, GA) would make a great gift for friends and family.
It is made from high quality, 2-sided sublimation hardboard, which has been laser cut to match the shape of ornament. The ornaments are 1/8" thick.
It was designed and created by a self-proclaimed music obsessed, lifelong marching band nerd, who is very excited to donate 50% of the sales price of each of these ornaments sold to a local marching band. Comes ready to hang with the included cord.
- 1/8 inch Hardboard
- High quality, glossy finish
4" x 3"
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