Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill

Davenport, Jouett. “FULTON BAG STARTS EXPANSION PLANS: Elsas Announces Awarding of Contract On Finishing Plant and Bleachery Building.” The Atlanta Journal and the Atlanta Constitution (1950-1968), Sunday Ed. June 22, 1952.

DeLAY, W. S., W. B. Wood, and G. R. Kelley. “1,400 MILL WORKERS ON A STRIKE. WOULD NOT WORK WITH NEGROES: Women at the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills Refuse To Work with Negro Women and Go on a Strike. OTHER OPERATIVES HAVE JOINED THE STRIKERS Textile Workers Will Conduct the Strike and Announce That They Are Determined To Push the Fight Through---A Lively Mass Meeting of Strikers Yesterday. 1,400 MILL WORKERS ON A STRIKE Continued from First Page.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). August 5, 1897.

Dunagan, Lee. “National Register of Historic Places Inventory-- Nomination Form: Cabbagetown District,” 1975.

“Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills Digital Collection.” Accessed April 21, 2015. http://www.library.gatech.edu/fulton_bag/itemebc8.html?collection=ms004&filename=ms004-207.xml.

“Fulton Bag Finishing Plant Ready To Double Capacity.” The Atlanta Constitution (1946-1984). November 12, 1953..

“Fulton Bag’s 1956 Profit Is $676,905.” The Atlanta Constitution (1946-1984). January 16, 1957..

“FULTON COTTON MILLS TO ERECT LARGE ADDITION: $100,000 Addition to Cotton Mills’ Large Plant Being Considered.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). April 30, 1910.

“FULTON MILLS TO STOP AT NIGHT: Only Half Time Will Be Utilized for the Present. SCARCITY OF SKILLED LABOR Is the Cause for Shorter Hours To Go Into Effect. NOTICE WAS POSTED YESTERDAY Runners from Out of Town Mills, It Is Claimed, Enticed Capable Workmen Away.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). July 12, 1899.

Kuhn, Cliff. Contesting the New South Order : The 1914-1915 Strike at Atlanta’s Fulton Mills / Clifford M. Kuhn. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c2001., 2001.

Kuhn, Cliff, Harlon Joye, and Bernard West. Living Atlanta : An Oral History of the City, 1914-1948 / by Clifford M. Kuhn, Harlon E. Joye, and E. Bernard West ; Foreword by Michael L. Lomax. Atlanta : Atlanta Historical Society ; Athens : University of Georgia Press, c1990., 1990.

Litsch, Joseph. “‘Cabbagetown:’ A Mirror On Dixie.” The Atlanta Constitution (1946-1984). October 26, 1978.

Montgomery, Jim. “Near $10 Million Paid For Fulton Bag Firm.” The Atlanta Constitution (1946-1984). June 16, 1956..

“ONE COTTON MILL IN OPERATION HERE: Fulton Bag Open as Usual, All Others Are Closed Indefinitely.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). September 6, 1934..

Sack, Kevin. “Serious Juvenile Crime Thrives in Cabbagetown: Beneath Quaint Veneer Is a Growing Problem.” The Atlanta Constitution (1946-1984). August 29, 1982.

 

Ponce City Market

“$500,000 ADDITION FOR SEARS-ROEBUCK: Two Stories Will Be Added to Big Plant on Ponce de Leon Avenue.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). December 19, 1928.

Boring, Bill. “Sears, Roebuck Company Announces Huge Postwar Expansion Project.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). September 5, 1945.

Brown, Joe. “Sears To Revamp Ponce De Leon Store.” The Atlanta Constitution (1946-1984). December 30, 1978.

“Building Records Smashed As Sears, Roebuck Plans Opening of Plant, August 1: Many Carloads of Merchandise Already Being Placed in Huge New Building.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). July 9, 1926.

“City Hall East Garage Sale — It’s on! | Atlanta News & Opinion Blog | Fresh Loaf | Creative Loafing Atlanta.” Accessed April 21, 2015. http://clatl.com/freshloaf/archives/2010/08/06/1960958-city-hall-east-garage-sale-its-on.

Dooley, Joe.  Atlanta Journal Business. “Sears Plans Expansion.” The Atlanta Journal and the Atlanta Constitution (1950-1968), Sunday Ed. April 10, 1966.

“Editorials City Hall East Can Be Salvaged.” The Atlanta Constitution. October 2, 1998, sec. Editorial.

Helton, Charmagne. “City Hall East Still Half Empty `The Deal of the Century’: The Conversion of the Old Sears Building into Municipal Offices Is Plagued by Cost Overruns.” The Atlanta Journal the Atlanta Constitution (pre-1997 Fulltext). November 18, 1995, sec. LOCAL NEWS.

“MANY IMPROVEMENTS UNDER WAY AT SEARS: Outdoor Annex, Enlarged Parking Lot, Service Station, New Road Building Sears Launches Extensive Program of Outdoor Work.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). May 10, 1936.

Risley, Ford. “NATIONAL NOTEBOOK: Atlanta; Sears Center Bought by City.” The New York Times, June 2, 1991, sec. Real Estate. http://www.nytimes.com/1991/06/02/realestate/national-notebook-atlanta-sears-center-bought-by-city.html.

“Sears-Roebuck Asks for Permit.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). January 27, 1926.

“Sears to Open Ponce de Leon Annex by Fall.” The Atlanta Constitution (1946-1984). May 28, 1963. Suggs, Ernie. “CITY HALL EAST: A Trip through Time: In 1926, Sears Built a Distribution Hub on Ponce de Leon Avenue. Atlanta Bought the Building in ‘91 after the Area Declined. Now It’s Time for a New Chapter.” The Atlanta Journal - Constitution. December 28, 2007, sec. METRO.

Visser, Steve. “REDEVELOPMENT: Recyling City Hall East’s Pieces: Flooring, Metal, Other Parts to Be Reused in Ponce City Market. New Site, Beltline Will Eventually Hook Up.” The Atlanta Journal - Constitution. January 21, 2012, sec. METRO.

 

The Goat Farm

 “(1) The Goat Farm Arts Center.” Accessed April 21, 2015. https://www.facebook.com/TheGoatFarmArtsCenter/info?tab=page_info.

Aguirre, Holly. “ARTS ENCLAVE: Goat Farm Thrives as a Creative Complex: Former Factory Makes Way for Performances and Live/work Studios.” The Atlanta Journal - Constitution. April 1, 2012, sec. FEATURES.

“AIR-CONDITIONING TO BE FEATURE OF MURRAY COMPANY: GENERAL ELECTRIC AWARDS FRANCHISE TO BIG LOCAL PLANT Experienced Men, With C. N. Rink as Manager, To Handle the Work Murray Company Factory To Feature Air-Conditioning Equipment.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). April 25, 1938. \.

“BIG FACTORY FOR ATLANTA: Murray Company to Manufacture Cotton Gin Machinery.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). March 27, 1908.

Cash, Sarah. “From Decaying Tree To the Living Room.” The Atlanta Constitution (1946-1984). February 25, 1979.

  “E. Van Winkle Gin and Machine Works--Atlanta: A National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinerary.” Accessed March 16, 2015. http://www.nps.gov/nr//travel/atlanta/gin.htm.

Georgia Supreme Court. “Headnotes for Jones et Al. vs. Van Winkle Gin and Machine Works,” ca 1915.

 

 “Goat Farm Gets Sold.” Creative Loafing Atlanta. Accessed March 10, 2015. http://clatl.com/atlanta/goat-farm-gets-sold/Content?oid=1868024.

 “More on the Goat Farm’s Future Plans.” Creative Loafing Atlanta. Accessed March 10, 2015. http://clatl.com/freshloaf/archives/2010/07/30/more-on-the-goat-farms-future-plans.

“MR. E. VAN WINKLE.: The Record of One of Atlanta’s Enterprising Citizens. HIS CAREER AS A SUCCESSFUL MAN. He Has Originated Several Patents and Has Been a Very Useful Factor in Atlanta’s Growth.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). December 18, 1892.

“MURRAY COMPANY WILL COME HERE: President and General Manager Is Much Impressed With Atlanta.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). August 2, 1912.

“Murray Firm Receives Award For War Output: Army-Navy Recognition Given Manufacturers of Gin Machinery.” The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945). March 16, 1943.

The Square Deal: Current Discussions of Industrial Problems. Square Deal Press, 1908

Thomas Jr., Kenneth, and Richard Cloues. “National Register of Historic Places Inventory-- Nomination Form: E. Van Winkle Gin and Machine Works.” Atlanta, GA, 1979. pdfhost.foucus.nps.gov/docs/nrhp/text/79000726.pdf.