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Loew's Grande Theater, Atlanta, GA http://collections.atlantahistorycenter.com/export/get_item_viewer_image.php?alias=/Bielowicz&i=2&height=600&width=600

Loew's Grande Theater, Atlanta, GA http://collections.atlantahistorycenter.com/export/get_item_viewer_image.php?alias=/Bielowicz&i=2&height=600&width=600

A Union soldier sits in a fort abandoned by the Confederates after the fall of Atlanta. Sept, 1864.

Abandoned Confederate fort after the fall of Atlanta. Sept, 1864.[1500x1374]

A Union soldier sits in a fort abandoned by the Confederates after the fall of Atlanta. Sept, 1864.

1864. "Atlanta, Georgia. Street view." To the right, a hatter. Everywhere else, dirt and mud. Wet plate glass negative by George N. Barnard

1864. "Atlanta, Georgia. Street view." To the right, a hatter. Everywhere else, dirt and mud. Wet plate glass negative by George N. Barnard

The late 19th-century Moorish-Gothic fantasy of the old Atlanta Police Station building, down on Decatur Street.

The late 19th-century Moorish-Gothic fantasy of the old Atlanta Police Station building, down on Decatur Street.

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.

Emory University Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Emory University Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

1940s view of Atlanta’s Auburn Avenue including Big Bethel AME Church.

1940s view of Atlanta’s Auburn Avenue including Big Bethel AME Church.

Built in 1892, The Raoul House sat where present day CVS and Gordon Biersch Brewery are located.  The family lived there until 1914 when they moved to Druid Hills.  The Red Cross used the house as a blood donation and bandage rolling center in the 1940's.

Built in 1892, The Raoul House sat where present day CVS and Gordon Biersch Brewery are located. The family lived there until 1914 when they moved to Druid Hills. The Red Cross used the house as a blood donation and bandage rolling center in the 1940's.

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