Augusta National Clubhouse
The Clubhouse at the Augusta National was originally built in 1854 and is thought to be the first concrete house built in the south. Though the walls were made 18 inches thick, several cracks were evident after a large earthquake affected the structure in the late 1800s. This photo was taken in Augusta, Ga. This image was also captured on 35mm slide film and will display "film grain" on enlarged prints.
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