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"GA. Baptist Children's Home"  Hapeville, Georgia    |History ~ In 1872, the first Orphan's Home opened in Downtown Atlanta.  In 1888, a charter was received to establish the Georgia Baptist Asylum for Orphaned Children.  The first campus opened in 1899 in Hapeville, Georgia and served 65 children.|

"GA. Baptist Children's Home" Hapeville, Georgia |History ~ In 1872, the first Orphan's Home opened in Downtown Atlanta. In 1888, a charter was received to establish the Georgia Baptist Asylum for Orphaned Children. The first campus opened in 1899 in Hapeville, Georgia and served 65 children.|

Great Atlanta Fire 05-21-1917

Great Atlanta Fire 05-21-1917

A blurb in the March 15th, 1956 edition of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution read:  "Teen-Agers Agog At Presley Show - Teen-aged Atlantans turned out en masse to applaud Elvis Presley, semihillbilly singing sensation, who appeared on stage at the Fox Theater during matinee and evening shows Wednesday.  Turnaway throngs, predominantly "rock and roll" fans, are expected again Thursday, the final day here for the RCA-Victor recording artist."  March 14th and 15th, 1956,

A blurb in the March 15th, 1956 edition of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution read: "Teen-Agers Agog At Presley Show - Teen-aged Atlantans turned out en masse to applaud Elvis Presley, semihillbilly singing sensation, who appeared on stage at the Fox Theater during matinee and evening shows Wednesday. Turnaway throngs, predominantly "rock and roll" fans, are expected again Thursday, the final day here for the RCA-Victor recording artist." March 14th and 15th, 1956,

Do You Have Royal Blood? Your Last Name May Tell You.

Do You Have Royal Blood? Your Last Name May Tell You.

Following the evacuation of Atlanta, Confederate forces blew up Hood's ammunition train leading to the first burning of Atlanta on the early morning hours of Sep. 1, 1864.         Photo from Atlanta Resurgens (Atlanta: First National Bank of Atlanta, 1971), p. 17

Following the evacuation of Atlanta, Confederate forces blew up Hood's ammunition train leading to the first burning of Atlanta on the early morning hours of Sep. 1, 1864. Photo from Atlanta Resurgens (Atlanta: First National Bank of Atlanta, 1971), p. 17

Historic Atlanta | Brief History of Underground Atlanta

Historic Atlanta | Brief History of Underground Atlanta

1864. "Atlanta, Georgia. View on Marietta Street."

1864. "Atlanta, Georgia. View on Marietta Street."

Shell-damaged Ponder House; Atlanta, Ga; November 1864 [LC-DIG-cwpb-02229] | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Shell-damaged Ponder House; Atlanta, Ga; November 1864 [LC-DIG-cwpb-02229] | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Past and present GA Governor's Mansions in ATL.

Past and present GA Governor's Mansions in ATL.

View of the intersection at Marietta and Forsyth Streets in downtown Atlanta in the 1940s.

View of the intersection at Marietta and Forsyth Streets in downtown Atlanta in the 1940s.

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