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Birds eye view of Atlanta, Fulton Co. State capital, Georgia

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Title

Birds eye view of Atlanta, Fulton Co. State capital, Georgia

Subject

Atlanta (Ga.)--Aerial views
United States--Georgia--Atlanta

Description

Panoramic map of 1892 Atlanta provides a detailed look at the city’s urban form and business environment of the period. In particular, the image shows the continued development of the transportation network that led to the belt line. In particular, the image shows the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail along the right side of the map.

Perspective map of downtown Atlanta looking north west; not drawn to scale

References

Library of Congress
Steve Storey, RailGa.com

Creator

Koch, Augustus

Publisher

Saunders and Kline
Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division
URL http://www.loc.gov/item/75693189/

Date

1891-1900

Date Created

ca. 1892

Date Copyrighted

1892-10-29

Contributor

Prillaman, Susan E.

Rights

Public domain

Access Rights

Anyone may access this item

License

This copyright license grants Georgia State University the non-exclusive right to use, copy, exhibit, and display the above items for scholarly and educational purposes on the Atlanta Rail Corridor Archive website. Visitors to the Archive must contact the copyright holder to inquire about further use of the digitized items.
Courtesy Library of Congress

Language

English

Type

Still Image

Format

PDF

Identifier

201502242105

Coverage

Northside
Westside

Temporal Coverage

1891-1900

Spatial Coverage

Piedmont Heights
Ansley Park
Sherwood Forest
Brookwood / Brookwood Hills
Collier Hills
Ardmore
Loring Heights
Berkeley Park
Blandtown
Howell Station
Knight Park
Bankhead
Grant Park
Cabbagetown
Inman Park
Old Fourth Ward
Sweet Auburn
Poncey-Highland
Midtown
Marietta Street Artery
Mechanicsville

Table Of Contents

Indexed for points of interest:
1. State Capitol.
2. Court House.
3. Fulton County Jail.
4, Chamber of Commerce and City Offices,
5, Constitution Building,
6. High School.
7. Union Passenger Depot.
8. U, S. Customs House.
9. The Grady Monument.
10. Grady Hospital.
11. Equitable building, Property of the East Atlanta Company.
12. Y. M. C. A. Building.
13. Journal Building.
14. Atlanta Lumber Co.
15. Georgia Electric Light Company.
16. Piedmont Exposition Company's Grounds and Buildings.
17. "Brisbine Park." Baseball and other Amusements. Property of Atlanta Fraction Company.
18. Atlanta University and Grounds.
19. Grant House.
20. Atlanta Paper Co.
21. "The Ballard."
22. Works of the Beutell Manufacturing Company, Manufacturers of Interior Hardwood Finish, Bank, Office, etc.
23. Brown Block.
24. The Boyd and Baxter Furniture Factory.
25. The Cimball, Chas. Beerman & Co., Proprietors.
26. Capital Female College.
27. Grand Opera House.
28. De Loach Mill Manufacturing Co.
29. The Arlington (85 Marietta St.)
30. Edgewood Avenue Theatre.
31. Folsoms European Hotel and Restaurant.
32. The Georgia Soap Company.
33. Haas Guthman & Co., Spring Beds, Mattresses and Bedding.
34. Herald Building.
35. May Mantle Co., Geo. S. May, President.
36. Georgia School of Technology, (Bruce & Morgan, Architects).
37. Inman Park and Boundaries.
38. "The Markam," Rear View.
39. Morris-Brown College.
40. Residence of Bishop W. J. Gaines.
41. Residence of Reverend S. H. Robertson.
42. Office of East Atlanta Land Company.
43. Aragon Hotel, (Bruce & Morgan, Architects).
44. National Surgical Institute.
45. Peters Land Company and Boundaries. (400 acres).
46. Kiser Building, (Bruce & Morgan, Architects).
46. Richmond & Danville R. R. General Offices.
47. Southern Terra Cotta Works, Pellegrini & Castleberry Prop's.
48. Residence of J. B. Redwine.
49. Lumber Yard of Smith & Simpson.
50. Carriage Factory of John M. Smith.
51. Southern Medical College.
52. S. S. S. Laboratory.
53. The Tripod Paint Company's Factory.
54. Troy Steam Laundry, rear view.
55. The Thompson, Houston Electric Company Repair Shops.
56. Van Winkle Gin & Machinery Co.
57 Willingham & Company's, Sash, Door and Blind Factory.
58. Hotel Weinmeister.

Bibliographic Citation

Library of Congress Geography and Map Division, Call number G3924.A8A3 1892 .K6, Item 75693189, Library of Congress.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Cartographic print

Physical Dimensions

82 x 128 cm (32 x 50 in.)

Files

Citation

Koch, Augustus, “Birds eye view of Atlanta, Fulton Co. State capital, Georgia,” Atlanta Rail Corridor Archive, accessed November 23, 2017, http://atlrailcorridorarchive.org/items/show/27.

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