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View of the Empire Building, later the C&S Building, on the corner of Marietta and Broad Streets, ca. 1910. Philip Shutze redesigned the first three floors in 1929. Check it out today: bit.ly/2fPQcJU
Atlanta History Center
12/02/2016 at 15:46. Facebook
Stop by and meet Farmer Brett at Smith Family Farm. He cares for all our fuzzy and feathery creatures, and is always willing to share his knowledge. Learn more: bit.ly/2dCfdoK
Atlanta History Center
12/01/2016 at 19:42. Facebook
Here's a throwback Thursday for you! Check out this view of Peachtree St. just north of Five Points, ca. 1875.
Atlanta History Center
11/30/2016 at 16:30. Facebook
Twinkle lights and everything nice! Join us for Candlelight Nights the evenings of December 9 & 16: bit.ly/2f9wvJq
Atlanta History Center
11/29/2016 at 15:34. Facebook
Swan House's lower level showcases our collection of decorative arts from the home's architect, Philip Shutze. It includes this staff fave - a boar's head soup tureen, ca. 1780. Learn more: bit.ly/2gRX49w
Atlanta History Center
11/28/2016 at 17:27. Facebook
Like cake, like history? Learn about the history of cake with Anne Byrn, the Cake Mix Doctor, & Jerry Slater at American Cake and Cocktails this Wednesday at Margaret Mitchell House. Learn more: bit.ly/2ck5wJN
Atlanta History Center
11/27/2016 at 16:30. Facebook
Kick off the most wonderful time of the year with Party With the Past at King Plow on Nov. 30. We'll bring the free history, y'all bring the holiday spirit. RSVP: bit.ly/2ga5ZPh
The University of Georgia vs. Georgia Tech football game has been drawing crowds (and traffic jams) for many years. Here's a game day snapshot of Athens in 1946.
Looking down on Lenox Mall's parking lot, ca. 1966. Hope they all scored the go-go boots of their dreams!
Pass the turkey, please! Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Atlanta History Center.
Fresh produce and a whole lot of happiness at the The Curb Market's ceremonial reopening, ca. 1974.
Strictly fresh groceries at Buckhead Farmers Market on Peachtree Street, ca. 1948.
Fancy AND staple groceries available at J.R. Roseberry Grocers on Marietta, ca. 1900.
Storefront of Hosch & Son Grocers on Edgewood Ave, ca. 1893. Fun fact: this building later became the first Coca-Cola bottling plant in Georgia.
As we're hitting the grocery stores to prep for Thanksgiving, let's look back on markets from Atlanta's past. Here is a butcher posing in front of Charles L. Golden's market on Marietta St., ca. 1882.
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Our winter lineup of author programs is now available! We're bringing bestselling & debut authors to Atlanta, including Anne Byrn the Cake Mix Doctor & Chris Cleave. Check it out: bit.ly/2ck5wJN
On this day in 1864, General Sherman and the bulk of the Union forces departed Atlanta after a two month occupation, and began the March to the Sea. As seen in this photo of the demolished Car Shed, Atlanta was left heavily damaged.
We're looking forward to hearing from Alice Hoffman this Wednesday, Nov. 16, as she shares about her latest novel Faithful, a moving portrait of a young woman finding her way in the modern world. Tickets still available!

Atlanta History Center

Little Richard is excited to announce Atlanta History Center is now serving Acrobatic Goat in our Museum Shop + Souper Jenny Cafe. Stop by and enjoy this IPA, brewed right here in Georgia by The Burnt Hickory Brewery. Check it out: bit.ly/2fHkCKT