Friends of Andrew Low House

Friends 17th Anniversary Party

Founded in 1999 with the mission ‘to support and preserve the Andrew Low House c.1847, its collections and gardens’ Friends of the Andrew Low House [Friends] have accomplished so much in their seventeen years —

We have

  • Purchased, conserved, restored, and returned to the house portraits of Andrew Low, Mary Low, and of other family members.
  • Acquired furnishings for the collection including
  • the Philadelphia card table in the library
  • the Andre Roux shaving stand
  • the Cohen chair
  • numerous pieces throughout the house.
  • Rescued and restored important documents and family papers
  • Replaced the carpet on the main stair case.
  • Contributed to every major project undertaken by the Andrew Low House, i.e. the 2007-08 conservation project & the garden restoration project in 2009.

Friends was reorganized in 2015 to provide a wider choice of annual membership levels and to allow members of the greater community who are interested in the Andrew Low House to become Friends of the Andrew Low House as well.

Here is a description of the benefits and opportunities being offered.  If you joined in the past, please contribute at one of our new levels.

Friends of the Andrew Low House

Annual Membership Categories

  • Andrew Low Society – $5,000

Lifetime membership in the Friends plus all subsequent benefits. *

  • Sustaining – $1,000 – $4,999

Curator Tour of the Andrew Low House for 8-10 people plus all subsequent benefits.

  • Contributor – $500 – $999

Includes a $100 contribution to the Furnishings Committee of the ALH plus all subsequent benefits.

  • Sponsor – $150 – $499

Reciprocal membership discounts and privileges at more than 1700 museums throughout the United States and Canada through the North American Reciprocal Museum Association.  Includes a $50 contribution to the Furnishings Committee of the ALH plus all subsequent benefits.

  • Supporting- $100 – $150

Invitation to “Friends” sponsored social and educational events plus all subsequent benefits.

  • Individual – $50 – $99

Supports and preserves the Andrew Low House, c. 1847, its collection and gardens.  Free admission, 10% discount in shop purchases and guest passes.

  • Student (under 25) – $25

Free Admission.

Click here to download a donation form

In September 2016 we published a new issue of The Low Exchange. Click the link below to take you to the .pdf

The Georgia Logo

Read more about the new state and national society logos in the Members section.

The Georgia Society

The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in The State of Georgia
Headquarters is located at
319 Abercorn Street
Savannah Georgia 31401
(912) 238-3263 FAX: 912-238-3264

Georgia Society Pin

The official pin of the Georgia Society is the flower of the Franklinia alatamaha tree. For more information or to download an order form, see the "Forms" section.