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Traditionally known as one of the most recognized and photographed landmarks in Atlanta, Swan House is an elegant, classically styled mansion built in 1928 for the Edward H. Inman family, heirs to a cotton brokerage fortune.

View of the Atlanta History Center's spectacular 1920s Swan House

Museums on Us: Bank of America/Merrill Lynch debit or credit cardholders receive free admission to the Atlanta History Center every first full weekend of each month. Limited to the cardholder.

Historic Gwinnett County Courthouse, Georgia. Huh! This is where we had our dance for graduate school at GA-PCOM :)

Vendor Highlight – Gwinnett Historic Courthouse

Atlanta History Center - Swan House in Atlanta, GA

“The 1928 Swan House in Buckhead is a star of “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” as the site of President Snow’s mansion.

Traditionally known as one of the most recognized and photographed landmarks in Atlanta, Swan House is an elegant, classically styled mansion built in 1928 for the Edward H. Inman family, heirs to a cotton brokerage fortune. The mansion, designed by famed Atlanta architect Philip Trammell Shutze, provides a glimpse into the lifestyle of this Atlanta family during the 1920s and 1930s.

The Swan House was designed by Philip Trammell Schutze in 1928 for the Emily and Edward Inman family. It's Second Renaissance Revival Style building and gardens are maintained by the Atlanta History Center, which is adjacent to the grounds.

The Flatiron in Atlanta predates the one in NYC by five years...and is built by the same Chicago School architect.

The beautiful Atlanta Flatiron Building - located in the downtown Fairlie-Poplar Historic District, predates the one in NYC by five years & was built by the same Chicago School architect.

The Margaret Mitchell House, seen here in its original form, is a turn-of-the century, three-story, Tudor Revival building where Margaret Mitchell lived and wrote her Pulitzer-Prize winning book, "Gone With the Wind". Built in 1899 by Cornelius J. Sheehan, the single-family home on fashionable Peachtree Street was converted into a ten-unit apartment building in 1919. Mitchell and her husband, John Marsh, moved into Apartment No. 1 in 1925, when the building was known as the Crescent…

Actually, Margaret Mitchell house is in the background. Emmons house or history. The Margaret Mitchell House,.

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