GEORGIA ON MY MIND

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Hinsonton GA – Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

Johnson's Grocery

Hinsonton, Mitchell County GA

Abandoned Union 76 gas station with rusted Coca Cola sign - Ellijay, GA. places where has on the things people abandoned. Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Property, Abandoned Mansions, Old Buildings, Abandoned Places, Abandoned Cars, Route 66, Old Gas Pumps, Old Gas Stations

Union 76 Station (Ellijay, GA) [1200x900]

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Flashback Photos: Atlanta landmarks that are gone

From our archives: Here are some local landmarks we recall personally and some we've enjoyed just hearing tell of from others way back when.

To celebrate Halloween, we combed through the archives searching for Atlanta’s spookiest mansions. Sadly, none of the houses remain standing today. Houses in order of appearance: George L. Old Buildings, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Spooky Places, Haunted Places, Abandoned Mansions, Mansions Homes, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds

The residence at the corner of Peachtree and Baker Streets in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, was built in the 1880s by David H. Dougherty, the owner of a dry goods store in the city. Designed by architect W.L. Stoddard, the residence was known as the "house of a thousand candles." In 1900, it became the headquarters of the Colonial Club and a year later, the home of Dr. John R. Hopkins. The house was demolished in 1931.

Five (More) Beautiful Buildings Atlanta Destroyed Fulton County Courthouse Built in 1881 at the corner of Hunter Street (now Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive) and Pryor Street, the county’s second. Hunter Street, Georgia Pacific, Georgia State University, Piedmont Park, Fulton County, We Buy Houses, Ancient Buildings, Beautiful Buildings, Historic Homes

Five (More) Beautiful Buildings Atlanta Destroyed

Fulton County Courthouse Built in 1881 at the corner of Hunter Street (now Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive) and Pryor Street, the county’s second courthouse building was designed by the architectural firm of Perkins & Bruce. It was demolished in 1911 to make way for a new courthouse at the same location. Howard Theater Located on Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta, the Howard Theater opened December 13, 1920. It was designed by the architectural firm of Hentz, Reid & Adler and decorated by…

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Department Stores You'll Remember From Your Southern Childhood

The golden age of department stores in the early to mid 20th century was a sight only the lucky got to behold. Over-the-top window displays, elegant marble floors, glittering glass cases filled with jewels and perfumes, and tea rooms for the who’s who to meet every Saturday—the department store wasn’t merely a place you stopped in for a blouse. It was a seamlessly performed show with impeccable service, perfectly curated closets, and masterful upscale elegance. Inside the custom millinery…

The Howard Theatre on Peachtree in during a show of Through the Back Door, a silent film starring Mary Pickford as an estranged daughter who travels to America to find her mother. Georgia Pacific, Georgia Usa, Atlanta Georgia, Hunter Street, Paramount Theater, Piedmont Park, Silent Film Stars, Beautiful Buildings, Facade

Five (More) Beautiful Buildings Atlanta Destroyed

Fulton County Courthouse Built in 1881 at the corner of Hunter Street (now Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive) and Pryor Street, the county’s second courthouse building was designed by the architectural firm of Perkins & Bruce. It was demolished in 1911 to make way for a new courthouse at the same location. Howard Theater Located on Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta, the Howard Theater opened December 13, 1920. It was designed by the architectural firm of Hentz, Reid & Adler and decorated by…

Whitehall Street on January 1955 - You Can See The M. Rich Building, At That Point a Grant's Department Store, In the Distance - Georgia State University Library Georgia Homes, Georgia Usa, Atlanta Georgia, Georgia State University, Worldwide Travel, Vintage Pictures, Historical Photos, January 9th, Street View

The M. Rich Building - History Atlanta

The M. Rich Building was one of the first homes of Rich's department store; this brick maze of five interlocked buildings in Atlanta was completed in 1907.

 Childhood memories of the parking deck at Rich's Department Store in downtown Atlanta. Georgia On My Mind, Atlanta Georgia, Atlanta Braves, Fulton, Department Store, Back In The Day, Old Pictures, Decks, Street

Parking Deck Spiral, Rich's Downtown Department Store, 45 Broad Street, Atlanta, Fulton, GA

C&S Round building - Atlanta Georgia (now demolished) My banking job was here. Round Building, Banks Building, Georgia Usa, Atlanta Georgia, Unique Buildings, Steel Buildings, Hotels, Ghost Towns, Architecture

C & S building postcard

One of the coolest buildings in the Atlanta skyline, built in 1967-68. It was demolished only 25 years later.