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1908 - Copy negative of 1908 print. Negative envelope inscribed ”Ice storm.” This is probably a view of the damage caused in Gainesville, Georgia, on January 31 or February 9-10, 1908, when two ice storms devastated the city, falling trees and utility wires.

1908 - Copy negative of 1908 print.” This is probably a view of the damage caused in Gainesville, Georgia, on January 31 or February when two ice storms devastated the city, falling trees and utility wires.

Gainesville, winter 1909. Men standing beside a streetcar on North Green Street during an ice storm.

Gainesville, winter Men standing beside a streetcar on North Green Street during an ice storm.

City of Atlanta Georgia 1863/1864  Old Photo by VintageShowcase

View of Atlanta, Georgia, No. 2 from the album Photographic Views of Sherman's Campaign. Albumen silver print from a glass-plate negative. Acquired by exchange with the Library of Congress.

"Vintage Pictorial Map of Macon Georgia (1912)" by Alleycatshirts

"Vintage Pictorial Map of Macon Georgia " by Alleycatshirts @Zazzle

Map of Macon GA 1912 Bird's Eye View by HistoricPerspectives

All dressed up at Tallulah Falls State Park, Georgia

1906 Cornelia GA Devil's Pulpit Walter Hunicutt Tallulah Falls Bar Harbor Me | eBay

1906 Cornelia GA Devil's Pulpit Walter Hunicutt Tallulah Falls Bar Harbor Me

OLD JOE STILL STANDING-Gainesville Georgia Tornado 1936.

OLD JOE STILL STANDING-Gainesville Georgia Tornado 1936.

First Baptist Church at the corner of Peachtee and Cain streets (now Peachtree St. and Andrew Young International Blvd.) as the church was being demolished.

Flashback Fotos: When Atlanta had streetcars,

In 1941 Delta moved its home base from Selman Field in Monroe, Louisiana to Atlanta, Georgia. It had an observation deck

Atlanta Municipal Airport control tower built in 1939 and in use until

Georgia Military College, Milledgeville, Ga. :: Historic Postcard Collection. http://www.georgiatrust.org/historic_sites/rambles/ramble.php

Georgia Military College, Milledgeville, Ga. :: Historic Postcard Collection. http://www.georgiatrust.org/historic_sites/rambles/ramble.php

Copy of Mt. Yonah Church Record of 1872 (?)

Copy of Mt. Yonah Church Record of 1872 (?

When Atlanta had streetcars. 1945 peachtree st.

Flashback Fotos: When Atlanta had streetcars,

August 1941. "Trains in the Southern Railway terminal in Atlanta, Georgia." Medium format nitrate negative by John Collier.

August "Trains in the Southern Railway terminal in Atlanta, Georgia." Some great stylish menswear! Medium format nitrate negative by John Collier.

indypendenthistory: “ Civil War, Atlanta, 1864, George N. Barnard ”

indypendenthistory: “ Civil War, Atlanta, 1864, George N. Barnard ”

Before the Capitol moved to its present location in 1889, it had been located on the corner of Marietta and Forsyth Streets in the former Kimball Opera House, shown in the center distance in this heavily retouched photo, from sometime in the 1880s.

Before the Capitol moved to its present location in it had been located on the corner of Marietta and Forsyth Streets in the former Kimball Opera House, shown in the center distance in this heavily retouched photo, from sometime in the

Peachtree Arcade  The Peachtree Arcade, Atlanta’s first enclosed shopping mall, was designed by A. Ten Eyck Brown and was completed in 1917. It featured Beaux-Arts style facades that opened onto both Peachtree and Broad Streets. Inside, the building featured a three-tiered corridor of shops covered by an iron and glass ceiling. The building was demolished in 1964 to make way for the First National Bank of Atlanta (now the State of Georgia Building).

Five (More) Beautiful Buildings Atlanta Destroyed

View of the exterior of the Peachtree Arcade entrance on Broad Street in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The Arcade was demolished in

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