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The following 1954/55 photos are courtesy of Richard L. Holmes, Irving, TX.
  
  

(1954-55)  Enlarge State Capitol

November 2010 Cemetery Photos by Paul Stanfield

 

(1954-55) Cyclorama

 
    
 

(1954-55) Enlarge The Old Lamppost in Atlanta. This 1855 gas lamppost was struck in the base by a shell during the Battle of Atlanta on July 22, 1864. The shell ricocheted and exploded, injuring Salomon Luckie, a freed slave and well-known barber, in the leg. He was carried into a doctor's office to have the leg amputated and died a few hours later

   

(1954-55) Grant Park in Atlanta

  
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