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1. A. J. Bell Residence View of the exterior of the residence of Dr. A. J. Bell at the corner of Alexander and Luckie Streets in Atlanta, Georgia.
2. A. J. West Residence View of the exterior of the residence of Andrew J. West, the owner of a real estate firm, at the intersection of Peachtree and Ninth Streets north of downtown Atlanta, Georgia (now the Midtown area of the city).
3. Aerial View of Atlanta Aerial view of downtown Atlanta, Georgia, looking northeast from a point south of Terminal Station (center, foreground) and west of Peters Street.
4. Aerial View of Atlanta Aerial view of the southern portion of downtown Atlanta, Georgia, looking south from approximately the intersection of Whitehall Street (later Peachtree Street) and Walls Street.
5. Aerial View of Downtown Atlanta Aerial view of downtown Atlanta, Georgia, looking northwest from a point over the Captiol Homes Housing Development.
6. Aerial View of Expressway Construction Aerial view, looking north, of the construction of the expressway, flanked by the Georgia Tech campus (left) and the area now known as Midtown (right), in Atlanta, Georgia.
7. Agnes Scott College Students Portrait of Isabelle Ormond Thomas (far right, later Mrs. Gordon F. Mitchell) and other unidentified women at Agnes Scott College (formerly known as Decatur Female Seminary) in Atlanta, Georgia.
8. Airplane View of a single engine prop airplane, probably in Atlanta, Georgia.
9. Alabama Street View looking west of Alabama Street near its intersection with Pryor Street (foreground) in downtown Atlanta, Georgia.
10. Alabama Street View of the commercial buildings along Alabama Street, between Whitehall Street (now Peachtree Street) and Pryor Street, in downtown Atlanta, Georgia.
11. Albert Theodore Spalding and John Schaffner Spalding Portrait of Albert Theodore Spalding (left), the pastor of the Second Baptist Church of Atlanta from 1871 to 1881, and his son John Schaffner Spalding (right), in Atlanta, Georgia.
12. Altar of Love View of the original curtain, entitled the "Altar of Love," in the Grand Opera House on Peachtree Street in Atlanta, Georgia.
13. Andrew J. West Residence View of the exterior of the residence of General Andrew J. West, the owner of a real estate company, on Peachtree Street near its intersection with 10th Street north of downtown Atlanta, Georgia (now the Midtown area of the city).
14. Anne Eliza Gartrell Grady Portrait of Anne Eliza Gartrell (Mrs. William Sammous Grady), the mother of journalist and spokesman for the "New South" Henry W. Grady, probably in Georgia.
15. Antoinette Johnson View of Antoinette Johnson with her first car, probably in Atlanta, Georgia.
16. Anton Kontz and Unidentified Portrait of railroad man and banker Anton Kontz (probably far right) and an unidentified man and woman, in Atlanta, Georgia.
17. Aragon Hotel View of the exterior of the Aragon Hotel at the southeast corner of Peachtree and Ellis Streets in Atlanta, Georgia.
18. Arrival for Gone With the Wind Movie Premiere Festivities View of (left to right) Kay Kyser, orchestra leader; Atlanta Police Captain Jack Malcom; Carole Lombard, an actress and the wife of Clark Gable; an unidentified individual; Clark Gable, the actor who played Rhett Butler in Gone With the Wind; an unidentified individual; Atlanta Mayor William B. Hartsfield; and Georgia Governor E. D. Rivers; upon the arrival of the Gone With the Wind celebrities for the movie premiere festivities, at Candler Field in Atlanta, Georgia.
19. Arrival of the Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic Railroad View of Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic (A. B. & A.) Railroad officials and members of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce celebrating the completion of Atlanta's last railroad with the arrivial of the A. B. & A.'s first train in Atlanta, Georgia, with businessman Asa G. Candler (center, in cutaway and felt hat), the railroad's president H. M. Atkinson (standing to Candler's left), and forthcoming mayor of Atlanta Robert F. Maddox (second from Candler's right, standing astride the left rail).
20. Asa G. Candler & Company View of the exterior of the building of Asa G. Candler & Company, a drug store and the sole proprietor of the Coca-Cola soft drink, on Peachtree Street near its intersection with Wheat Street (now Auburn Avenue) in downtown Atlanta, Georgia.
21. Asa Griggs Candler Residence View of the exterior of the residence of Asa Griggs Candler, the founder of the Coca-Cola Company, on Ponce de Leon Avenue in Atlanta, Georgia.
22. Atlanta and West Point Railroad Engine #290 View of the Atlanta and West Point Railroad steam engine #290, in Georgia.
23. Atlanta Athletic Club Elevated view of the Atlanta Athletic Club building from the intersection of Cone and Williams Streets in downtown Atlanta, Georgia.
24. Atlanta Baptist Seminary View of the Atlanta Baptist Seminary (later known as Morehouse College), an African American educational institution located on Fair Street near its intersection with Lawshe Street, west of downtown Atlanta, Georgia.
25. Atlanta Biltmore Hotel View of the interior--one of the bedrooms after its re-finishing--at the Atlanta Biltmore Hotel on West Peachtree Street between 5th Street and 6th Street in Atlanta, Georgia (now the Midtown area of the city).
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