Buckhead (Atlanta, Ga.)
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains Buckhead Business Association letters of incorporation, organizational charts, membership lists, and meeting minutes. The collection also contains correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to the BBA's involvement in community improvement projects and Bill Patterson as president of the association.
This collection contains correspondence, rosters, minutes, membership, and financial records of the club. Also included is the club's monthly newsletter, The Good Earth Boys, which highlights their activities. Material also documents the club's operation of three successive greenhouses.
This collection contains a proclamation by the Atlanta City Council announcing Monday, August 19, 1985 to be known as Limelight Day in Atlanta. Marvin S. Arrington, the president of the Atlanta City Council, and Robb Pitts, a council member, issued the proclamation in recognition of the club as a popular tourist attraction and the site of many charitable functions.
The bulk of this collection is Christmas newsletters published by Dante's Down the Hatch. The newsletters detail events that occurred over the previous year with pictures of those events as well as of notable people who visited the restaurant. Also included in the collection are menus and flyers advertising the restaurant.
This collection contains photographs taken by Reeves Studios of the gardens of Laura and John Bulow Campbell's property at 2958 Andrews Drive. The images highlight a boxwood terrace garden with tulips, a central pool featuring a Leda and the Swan bronze statue, garden tile, and a grassy allee flanked by dogwoods in bloom. Of special note are several millstones, popular decoration in gardens of that time period.
This collection contains materials that document the club's social and civic activities. Scrapbooks detail the club's monthly meetings and special events attended. The club's ongoing civic project of the neighborhood parkway beautification is highlighted throughout the collection.
This collection contains material that documents the club's history. Included in the collection are scrapbooks that detail the club's social activities, programs, civic projects, and flower shows that the club attended or hosted.
This collection contains scrapbooks that detail the civic and social activities of the club. Material includes photographs, yearbooks, correspondence, and clippings that illustrate the club's interests and projects. Of special note is a report of the club's civic work with teenage girls from the Oak Hill Homes.
This collection contains invoices and inter-office documents recording the company's work with installing elevators in Atlanta homes.
This collection consists of the partial transcriptions and the taped interviews. It also includes an original manuscript of the book.
This collection contains invoices, letters, and bills gathered during the construction of James Hamilton Therrell's home, located at 3101 Habersham Road in the Buckhead area of Atlanta, Georgia.
This collection contains business, financial, and organizational records gathered by Thomas E. Foster. Most items document his participation in various Atlanta social, civic, and business clubs. Materials include meeting minutes, memos, rosters, handbooks, correspondence, directories, and newsletters.
This collection contains photographs taken during the 1911 Glidden Tour from New York City to Jacksonville, Florida.