Atlanta newspaper announcing the death of Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With the Wind. Browse and order prints from our collection.

Atlanta newspaper announcing the death of Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With the Wind. Browse and order prints from our collection.

A College and Klan Traditions.  On same day Atlanta newspaper exposes decades KKK influence on the culture and activities of Wesleyan College, the women's institution publicly apologizes and acknowledges its past for first time.

A College and Klan Traditions. On same day Atlanta newspaper exposes decades KKK influence on the culture and activities of Wesleyan College, the women's institution publicly apologizes and acknowledges its past for first time.

Atlanta newspaper enters Trump, Lewis feud with front-page story

Atlanta newspaper enters Trump, Lewis feud with front-page story

AUG. 15, 1945 ATLANTA NEWSPAPER: WWII ENDS AS JAPAN SURRENDERS

AUG. 15, 1945 ATLANTA NEWSPAPER: WWII ENDS AS JAPAN SURRENDERS

I was tagged in a tweet from an Atlanta newspaper. “Atlanta could elect its first white mayor in 44 years,” it says. “Would the character of the city change?” I hadn’t even thought much about how a black mayor has actually shaped this city. How will a white mayor change things? Seems like it shouldn’t matter. And yet, race politics has been a huge factor in Atlanta’s history.

I was tagged in a tweet from an Atlanta newspaper. “Atlanta could elect its first white mayor in 44 years,” it says. “Would the character of the city change?” I hadn’t even thought much about how a black mayor has actually shaped this city. How will a white mayor change things? Seems like it shouldn’t matter. And yet, race politics has been a huge factor in Atlanta’s history.

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For McCool Travel’s 74th travel profile, I am pleased to present Chris McGinnis. Chris operates the TravelSkills.com website, with amazing travel tips geared toward business travelers (but often valuable for consumers). He is co-founder, with Johnny Jet, of the popular #TravelSkills chat on Twitter. I first knew of Chris—back when the years started with the number “1”—from his column in the Atlanta newspaper.

For McCool Travel’s 74th travel profile, I am pleased to present Chris McGinnis. Chris operates the TravelSkills.com website, with amazing travel tips geared toward business travelers (but often valuable for consumers). He is co-founder, with Johnny Jet, of the popular #TravelSkills chat on Twitter. I first knew of Chris—back when the years started with the number “1”—from his column in the Atlanta newspaper.

Atlanta newspaper enters Trump, Lewis feud with front-page story | TheHill

Atlanta newspaper enters Trump, Lewis feud with front-page story | TheHill

I Can See Why Our Friend Donald Is Looking HARD At Brenda Fitzgerald MD… Opinion by “Deplorable” Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen The Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper published an article called “Sources:  Trump Set to tap Georgia health commissioner as CDC Head…”   last Friday, June 30th, 2017. The article said, in part: “Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald is said … Continue reading Trump’s Pick For CDC Head – More Than Meets The Eye…

I Can See Why Our Friend Donald Is Looking HARD At Brenda Fitzgerald MD… Opinion by “Deplorable” Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen The Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper published an article called “Sources: Trump Set to tap Georgia health commissioner as CDC Head…” last Friday, June 30th, 2017. The article said, in part: “Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald is said … Continue reading Trump’s Pick For CDC Head – More Than Meets The Eye…

The credit for George P. Burdell's origins go to William Edgar "Ed" Smith, BS in Ceramic Engineering, 1930. Ed conceived the idea for Burdell when he received two Georgia Tech enrollment forms. In a 1977 Atlanta Newspaper interview, Smith said that he originally intended to enroll his ARC (Academy of Richmond County - Augusta, Georgia) high school principal, George P. Butler. He decided against it and changed the last name to Burdell, the maiden name of his best friend's mother.

The credit for George P. Burdell's origins go to William Edgar "Ed" Smith, BS in Ceramic Engineering, 1930. Ed conceived the idea for Burdell when he received two Georgia Tech enrollment forms. In a 1977 Atlanta Newspaper interview, Smith said that he originally intended to enroll his ARC (Academy of Richmond County - Augusta, Georgia) high school principal, George P. Butler. He decided against it and changed the last name to Burdell, the maiden name of his best friend's mother.

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