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Traces of the Past
Over the summer, on a building at 145 Auburn Avenue, you might have noticed three figures in the ground-floor...
In his 1893 oil painting, The Banjo Lesson, Henry O. Tanner depicted poor, rural black life...
Physical remnants of segregation are rarely discernible today. Separated water fountains have been removed, replaced by...
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It seems like Grady Memorial Hospital is always in the news. Among the largest public health systems in...
- by Amber Rhea - Posted January 30, 2014
Traces of the Past: Neighborhood Schools and the Power of Place
The impact of schools on social geography and the built environment .
- by Amber Rhea - Posted October 14, 2013
Traces of the Past: What Once Was Old is New Again—Streetcars in Atlanta
"The latest big thing downtown is the Atlanta Streetcar—except it’s really nothing new at...
- Posted July 31, 2013