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Assistant Superintendent
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About The Ford Field and River Club
A storied sanctuary in Georgia Lowcountry, The Ford Field & River Club has roots that reach back more than a century to 1917, when American industrialist, Henry Ford, first encountered the land. Overlooking the Ogeechee River and dense with hundred-year-old oak trees and vibrant wildlife, Ford sought out the property—once farmed for rice and cotton—on the recommendation of friend and noted naturalist John Burroughs. The lush expanse of marshland instantly staked a claim in Ford’s imagination and, more than a decade later, Ford returned to buy it with his wife Clara, and together they claimed it as their winter retreat. While building the 6,900-square-foot Main House in 1939—which Clara envisioned as her own Gone with the Wind-inspired southern estate—Henry Ford invested in the neighboring town of Richmond Hill. He opened a sawmill, hired locals to help convert farm products for use in his automobiles (crafting gear shift knobs from corn cobs and oil from soybeans) and constructed housing, a free medical clinic, schools and vital infrastructure. Though asked to have the town bear his name, Ford declined, approving Richmond Hill instead. Deeply enamored of their new low...country refuge, Henry and Clara hosted many lavish parties for visiting family, friends and local townspeople at The Main House and Oyster House, both of which remain lively riverside destinations for families of The Ford. After Henry’s passing in 1947, and Clara’s in 1950, the land was tended to by a few private owners over the next several decades until it was purchased by real estate developer and entrepreneur Ghaith R. Pharaon in 1981. Pharaon had a new vision for the property—to restore the Main House, add new roads, expand the original marina and make way for the most beautiful lowcountry golf course the game has ever seen. This vision laid the foundation for so many who have come to call The Ford home. Just prior to Pharaon’s arrival, in 1978, The Ford’s Main House was inducted into the National Register of historic Places and remains a welcoming, much-beloved gathering point for modern-day members of The Ford, who use it for formal and informal cocktail hours, weddings and special events. Now entirely under the care of the community’s multigenerational membership base, The Ford’s present-day stewards continue to preserve and honor its rich history while creating extraordinary opportunities for each new generation of families, whose stories will unfold in the years to come.
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