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  • The mural honoring John Lewis, designed by artist Sean Schwab, is at the corner of Auburn Avenue and Jesse Hill Jr. Drive.
    The mural honoring John Lewis, designed …
  • Former mayor Bill Campbell attended the John Lewis mural dedication, August 24, 2012
    Former mayor Bill Campbell attended the …
  • The John Lewis mural dedication, August 24, 2012
    The John Lewis mural dedication, August …
  • City councilmember Kwanza Hall and Congressman John Lewis cut the ribbon at the mural dedication, August 24, 2012
    City councilmember Kwanza Hall and Congr…
  • Lynn Whitfield, right, was a surprise guest at the mural dedication—as were former mayor Bill Campbell and his wife, Sharon.
    Lynn Whitfield, right, was a surprise gu…
  • John Lewis speaking at the mural dedication, August 24, 2012
    John Lewis speaking at the mural dedicat…
  • The mural honoring John Lewis features a quote from his address at the 1963 March on Washington.
    The mural honoring John Lewis features a…
  • John Lewis greets school kids attending the mural dedication, August 24, 2012
    John Lewis greets school kids attending …
  • The mural honoring John Lewis is at the intersection of Auburn Avenue and Jesse Hill Jr. Drive. It was designed by Sean Schwab of the Loss Prevention artists collective.
    The mural honoring John Lewis is at the …
  • Downtown Atlanta, circa 1920. This is the area called Fairlie-Poplar today.
    Downtown Atlanta, circa 1920. This is th…
  • The Old Fulton County courthouse. \
    The Old Fulton County courthouse. 'I wil…
  • Another card mailed in 1908 by Mrs. Gidish to her pen pal in Iowa. After the Carnegie Library was demolished, salvaged portions were used to create a memorial pavilion at Hardy Ivy Park.
    Another card mailed in 1908 by Mrs. Gidi…
  • This postcard was mailed in December 1906, a few months after this memorial to Henry Grady served as part of a grisly tableau. During the 1906 Atlanta riot, corpses were arranged at the statue\
    This postcard was mailed in December 190…
  • Five Points in the 1940s.
    Five Points in the 1940s.
  • A boom in Downtown was the focus of the February 2008 cover.
    A boom in Downtown was the focus of the …
  • The cover illustration of the October 1981 issue was by Trevor Irvin.
    The cover illustration of the October 19…
  • The May 1961 debut issue of Atlanta magazine featured an illustration by Norm Kohn, who said his goal was to capture the city\
    The May 1961 debut issue of Atlanta maga…
  • This April 1962 cover was illustrated by Norm Kohn and shows the Spring Street viaduct with the America\
    This April 1962 cover was illustrated by…