Old Atlanta - Peachtree Street

"Old Atlanta - Peachtree Street" by Paul McGehee. The capital of Georgia in 1907 was a busy Southern metropolis. Atlanta was a railroad center around which commerce thrived in the days following the Civil War. The city, burned by General Sherman in 1864, rebuilt itself and rose like a phoenix from the ashes. By the dawn of the 20th century, Atlanta was reborn. Five Points, downtown's main intersection, bustled with activity. Early automobiles competed with horse-drawn wagons and electric streetcars for space on the famous thoroughfare, Peachtree Street. The Coca-Cola Company and other Atlanta businesses were in their infancies, and many more soon emerged in the "Gate City" of the South.

"Old Atlanta - Peachtree Street" by Paul McGehee
Image Size: 20" x 32" ; Edition Size: 1800 S/N ; Remarqued: 200 S/N
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