Forgotten Atlanta: Secrets from the City's Past
Will the prisoners who labored to build Atlanta ever be acknowledged?
At its turn-of-the-century peak, Chattahoochee Brick produced up to 300,000 bricks daily, playing a crucial role in the postwar rebuilding of Atlanta. Many Southern farms, mines, and factories thrived on forced convict labor, and Chattahoochee Brick was no exception.
Razed in Atlanta: 6 great buildings we lost
More than 40 years ago, aghast citizens successfully petitioned to save the Fox Theatre, but here lie six great buildings that weren’t so lucky.
Atlanta Alternative: 3 plans for the city that never took shape
What Atlanta could have been?
Back in the day: Atlanta residents on how their neighborhoods have changed
Longtime residents of West End, Castleberry Hill, Vinings, and Inman Park talk about how the neighborhoods have evolved.
Gene Patterson’s papers reveal the stories behind events that forever changed the South
The papers, which Patterson housed at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies in St. Petersburg for many years, spill over in hundreds of confidential memos, personal letters, comedic repartee with fellow journalists, gossip, and accumulated materials of his estimable life and career.
The Second Burning of Atlanta
The horses knew exactly what to do. When the alarm sounded, they trotted into their metal chutes, waiting side-by-side until their harnesses dropped from above. As the stable door at Engine Company 7 opened, another alarm blared, and the team galloped out.