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Atlanta History A Journal of Georgia and the South
1 Atlanta History A Journal of Georgia and the South
Atlanta Atlanta Historical Society Summer 1992 Magazine Very Good+ 
Square and securely bound with light, general wear. Address label removed from back, leaving some residue. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 64 pages; Major articles on: Thomas Causton, Oglethorpe University athletics, and Gen. John Pope's relation with Georgia newspapers. Much more. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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Atlanta History A Journal of Georgia and the South
2 Atlanta History A Journal of Georgia and the South
Atlanta Atlanta Historical Society Magazine Very Good+ 
Square and securely bound with light, general wear. Address label removed from back, leaving some residue. ; Spring 1992; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 64 pages; Major articles on: Elson Lecture for 1991, Maj. Zachariah A. Rice, Grady Hospital. Much more. 
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Atlanta History A Journal of Georgia and the South
3 Atlanta History A Journal of Georgia and the South
Atlanta Atlanta Historical Society Magazine Very Good+ 
Square and securely bound with light, general wear. Address label removed from back, leaving some residue. ; Summer 1988; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 66 pages; Major articles on: Women and Families, American Renaissance Mural in Atlanta, William Sewars-William Turner Correspondence, Creek Pictograph. Much more. 
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Welcome to Atlanta, Benton Brothers
4 Benton Brothers Welcome to Atlanta
Atlanta Benton Bros. Drayage and Storage Co. 1964 Softcover Near Fine 
Spiral bound with some light wear on edges and at top of spiral. Square and securely bound on slick paper. Quite attractive. ; B&W Photographs; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 64 pages; View of Atlanta for newcomers who were moved by Benton Bros. Well done, evoking Atlanta in the 1960's. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Atlanta Ga. Gateway to the South, Women's Chamber Of Commerce Of Atlanta
5 Women's Chamber Of Commerce Of Atlanta Atlanta Ga. Gateway to the South
Atlanta Women's Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta 1952 First Edition Thus; First Printing Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Large, spiral-bound book with pale blue wraps, red titles and color image of dogwood blossoms. Edges overlap and have typical wear on the ends. Covers have some toning that appears darker in my scan than it is. Interior, on slick paper, is fresh with almost no aging except some toning on endpapers. Book is square and binding is secure with no breakage in the spiral binding. ; BW Photographs; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Great photographs of Atlanta ca. 1952. This book is not dated but it has a map of Atlanta from 1949. It has another page that shows Atlanta in 1882 and below it, Atlanta Today -- '52 being my guess. The cars visible in some photographs look like early 1950's. Pictures include Rich's, Davisons, Muse's, Regenstein's and many other businesses, the old Municipal Airport, banks, government buildings, churches, monumants, homes and much more. Very nice view of Atlanta a decade or so before it became the enormous city of today. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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First Mortgage Gold Bond of St. Andrews Apartments, Atlanta, Georgia, Wynne-Claughton Realty Sales Corporation
6 Wynne-Claughton Realty Sales Corporation First Mortgage Gold Bond of St. Andrews Apartments, Atlanta, Georgia
Atlanta Wynne-Claughton 1924 Softcover 
Orange, parchment-like paper with black text. Except for a couple of very small stains on outer fold and old residue from staples at top of bond, this document Is NF. There are punch holes in the bottom half, probably to indicate that this bond was not issued. Nothing has been filled out. The paper is crisp and bright. ; Folio 13" - 23" tall; 1 pages; This is a $1000.00 Bond for the St. Andrews Apartments in Atlanta, GA. These Apartments were built in 1925 at 595 West Peachtree. The Wynne-Claughton Company helped underwrite this project. Their building has become known as the Carnegie Building. Wynne-Claughton was an important financial company in Atlanta in the early 20th century. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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