BACKSTORY: Oglethorpe Avenue runs parallel to Liberty and Bay Street, the other two main streets in Savannah, Georgia. Along its historic path, you'll find Chatham County Police Station, and The Juliette Gordon Low birthplace. A National Historic Landmark, the Wayne-Gordon House, completed in 1821, is an outstanding example of Regency architecture. Saved from demolition by the Girl Scouts, the house has been returned to its 1886 glory. Authentically furnished with family pieces and 19th-century decorative art, the room arrangements and collections interpret the lifestyle of a fascinating Savannah family.