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Atlanta, Georgia was produced by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, in cooperation with the Southeast Regional Office, the Atlanta History Center, the Historic Preservation Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers (NCSHPO). It was created under the direction of Carol D. Shull, Keeper of the National Register of Historic Places, National Park Service, Patrick Andrus, Heritage Tourism Manager, and Beth L. Savage, Publications Managing Editor. Atlanta, Georgia is based on information in the files of the National Register of Historic Places and National Historic Landmarks collections. These materials are kept at 1201 Eye St., NW, Washington, D.C., and are open to the public from 8:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday (although the collection is currently closed, click here for more information).

The National Park Service's Southeast Regional Office (SERO) proposed this project. National Register web production team members included Jeff Joeckel, who designed the itinerary, Rustin Quaide, and Shannon Bell (all of NCSHPO). Yen M. Tang (National Council for Preservation Education intern) was instrumental in compiling material for this project, including maps, photographs and text. Property descriptions were written by Yen Tang, Shannon Bell, Rustin Quaide, Andrew Halter, and Mark Barnes (SERO). Jody Cook, Architectural Historian with the SERO, provided invaluable historic postcards, color photographs, and editorial assistance. Essays were written by Andy Ambrose, Karen Leathem and Charles Smith of the Atlanta History Center (Antebellum Atlanta); Tommy Jones, Architectural Historian, SERO (Industrial Atlanta and Growth and Preservation); and Yen Tang and Rustin Quaide (African American Experience). Special thanks to the following for their photographic contributions: Atlanta Urban Design Commission, Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau/Kevin C. Rose (www.AtlantaPhotos.com), Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, Druid Hills High School, Fox Theatre, The Herndon Foundation, Piedmont Park Conservancy, SodaTraderZ.com, and Winter Properties.

  [image] E. Van Winkle Gin and Machine Works and link to Industrial Atlanta essay
  [image] Tullie Smith House and link to Antebellum Atlanta essay   [image] African American baseball players of Morris Brown College - Atlanta and link to African American Experience essay   [image] Historic postcard of Fox Theatre Historic District and link to Growth and Preservation essay

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