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Title

Exterior and street view of the Peachtree Arcade, Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, August 7, 1944. Peachtree Arcade, at Five Points in downtown Atlanta, was the location of night school classes when the first female students were admitted.

Subject

Historic Buildings
Peachtree Arcade, Atlanta, Ga.

Description

This envelope includes photographs from a number of commissions from the Garlington-Hardwick Company, insurance agents with an office in the Arcade Building, Atlanta, Georgia. -- Envelope description: Garlington-Hardwick Co., Peachtree Arcade, 1944; Peachtree Street, 615 Wilson Road, 196 Peachtree Way, 1145 West Peachtree Street and 1235 Virginia Avenue; Rhodes Theatre. -- 1944 Lane Brothers Assignment Book (p. 279) describes commission for house at 196 Peachtree Way: "March 30, Garlington-Hardwick Company; 9 photos, 196 Peachtree Way; 1 photo, street scene." W.C. Lane was the photographer. -- The entry for 615 Wilson Road is crossed out in the 1944 Lane Brothers Assignment book (p. 327): "June 8, Garlington and Company; 1 photo house 615 Wilson Road; 1 street scene Wilson; commissioned by Mich Pool." -- 1944 Lane Brothers Assignment Book (p. 362): "August 7, Garlington-Hardwick Company; 2 photos and duplicates; building Peachtree Arcade; [commissioned] by Dick Garlington." Photographer was J.H. Lane. -- Another (p. 364): "August 10, Garlington-Hardwick Company; 3 photos, building Peachtree Street; commissioned by Dick Garlington." J.H. Lane was the photographer. -- Another photo of Peachtree Road (p. 399, October 4). -- For 1145 West Peachtree Street, 1944 Lane Brothers Assignment Book (p. 239): "January 29, Garlington-Hardwick; 1 photo, 1145 W. Peachtree Street; 1 photo, street scene West Peachtree." W.C. Lane was the photographer. -- For the Virginia Avenue commissions, Lane Brother Assignment Book (p. 234): "January 24, Garlington-Hardwick; 1229-35-41 Virginia Avenue, 3 photos." (Photographer not noted.)

Creator

Lane Brothers Commercial Photographers (Atlanta, Ga.)

Publisher

Georgia State University Library

Date

1944-08-07

Contributor

Lane, J. H. (George Hubert), 1889-1970

Rights

This Item is protected by copyright and/or related rights. You are free to use this Item in any way that is permitted by the copyright and related rights legislation that applies to your use. In addition, no permission is required from the rights-holder(s) for educational

Identifier

LBGPNS10-007j

Files

Citation

Lane Brothers Commercial Photographers (Atlanta, Ga.), “Exterior and street view of the Peachtree Arcade, Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, August 7, 1944. Peachtree Arcade, at Five Points in downtown Atlanta, was the location of night school classes when the first female students were admitted.,” Georgia State University Library Exhibits, accessed June 15, 2021, https://exhibits.library.gsu.edu/current/items/show/3288.