There are only four homes left in the United States that Scott and Zelda lived in. When the Fitzgerald’s rented our structure (1931-1932), the Craftsman/Georgian-vernacular home was only twenty years old. Today, it is over a hundred years old.
As when the Fitzgerald’s lived here, most of those hundred years it was a rental property. The home became a boarding house in the late ‘30s, and then the original structure was expanded on both floors to make room for four full apartments in the ‘50s.
All donations to the Fitzgerald Museum serve in some way to insure the restoration and preservation of this iconic home and can be made online through PayPal.
Or, you can send your donation to:
The Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald Museum
919 Felder Avenue
Montgomery, AL 36106