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Below is a list of landmarks and surnames from Franklin M. Garretts' "Atlanta and Environs", a two volume set. This book goes through events for mostly Atlanta, GA chronologically. Volume 1 begins about 1820 and ends with the 1870's. Volume Two spans from the 1880's through 1939. There are over 5000 names, places and subjects listed in the index for the two volumes.

What if you find a name in the list? The transcriber only has a copy of Volume One. The transcriber will be happy to mail to you photocopies of pages from Volume One for the cost of $.20 / page plus postage. The transcriber is not looking to profit from this list, only to recover costs of postage and photocopies. These books are out of print but can sometimes be purchased on eBay or loaned via interlibrary loan.

There is a third volume by Harold H. Martin, "Atlanta and Environs: A Chronicle of Its People and Events: Years of Change and Challenge, 1940-1976" covering the period from 1940 - 1976. I have a copy of this index but have not had time to transcribe it. Currently (2004), Amazon.com has the index on their website and this can be viewed by clicking on this link.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Garret, Franklin M., "Atlanta and Environs: A Chronicle of Its People and Events, 2v.  Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1954.

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Name Volume 1 page Volume 2 page
Abbott, Benjamin F.   177, 323
Abbott, Benjamin F., home of (illus,)   323
Academies 248-249, 334  
Accidents 900, 908 926, 949-950 91, 161 202, 400, 469, 587, 708, 717-718, 793-794, 846, 949, 994
Acklin, Arthur A.   70
Acworth 69, 582, 711 837, 846
Adair, Augustus Dixon 670, 948 180, 245, 255, 314, 654, 793
Adair, Forrest 351 186-187, 307, 314, 431, 437, 525-527, 574, 593, 634, 653, 688, 697-698, 757, 760, 781, 784, 948
Adair, George Washington 220, 351, 387-388, 396, 398, 421, 426, 454, 513, 573, 645-647, 679-680, 696, 736, 748, 750, 838-839, 846, 863, 876, 879-880, 885-886, 903, 919, 930, 957 1, 21, 54, 69, 72, 131, 228, 233, 262, 347, 883, 922
Adair, George W. Jr.   368-369, 385, 426, 490, 513, 525-527, 634, 764, 784
Adair, John Fisher 418, 420-421  
Adair, Mrs. Forrest   760
Adair, Perry   368
Adair, William F. 193, 218, 220  
Adair Avenue, Atlanta 115  
Adairsville 582, 589 57, 343, 371, 723
Adams, Albert S.   612
Adams, David 23  
Adams, John 55  
Adams, John Quincy 28, 48, 50  
Adamsville 54, 60, 245, 624 12-13, 351, 866, 896, 952, 1008
Adamsville Road 69 228
Advertisements, newspaper 252-254, 416-418, 484-486, 537-540, 553-554, 585, 686-688, 716-717, 749, 753-754, 765-766, 780-781, 790, 905-906, 928-929 24, 56-57, 122, 124, 146
Advertising campaign, Atlanta's greatest   814-815
Aeroplane, first Atlanta-built   843
Aeroplanes   584-585, 843, 851-852
African Methodist Church 464, 654  
African Methodist Episcopal College   855
After House, The   710
Agnes Scott College, Decatur   194-197, 228, 287, 448, 549
Agrarian Crusade   205
Agricultural Department, Fulton County   810, 926
Agricultural Society, State 941 31, 205, 487
Agriculture 424, 529, 536, 548-549, 849, 909 204-205, 285, 637-641, 663, 916
Agriculture, State Commissioner of   29, 294, 386, 819
Air age opens in Atlanta   584-585
Air Force, United States   852
Air Line Eagle, Gainesville 816  
Air mail   584-585, 732-733, 829, 852
Air mail, Atlanta eighth among cities of United States in volume handled   733
Air mail, routes 733  
Air meets   584-585
Air-Line, Belle, last run of   884-886
Airlines   851-852
Airport, Atlanta municipal   552, 584, 811, 848, 851-852, 944
Airports 257 552, 584, 733, 776, 811, 828-829, 843, 848, 851-852
Akin, Warren 451, 781  
Akins, Thomas 55, 102, 424, 869  
Alabama Street, Atlanta 190, 205, 640, 696, 715, 735, 851, 876 (illus,) 887, (illus,) 946 47, 84, 153, 264, 396, 448, 687-688
Alapaha   903
Albany 639, 788, 790-791 947, 954
Albert Steiner Clinic   260
Aldermen, Atlanta 910, 925, 935, 943, 953 1, 15, 37, 53, 69, 87, 107, 130, 164, 181, 207, 226, 249, 274, 294, 307, 335, 345, 353, 373, 387, 405, 420, 437, 454, 473, 492, 506, 519, 539, 556, 573, 589, 601, 631, 657, 675, 698, 727, 755, 776, 788, 801-802, 809, 819, 869, 945
Aldredge, J. C. (Mott)   956, 959
Alexander, George S. 436  
Alexander, James Franklin 277, , 323, 360, 372, 383, 399, 425, 476, 509, 525, 662, 777, 784, 827, 851, 859 82, 164, 182, 274, 335, 417, 440, 686, 886
Alexander, Mr, James Franklin   818
Alexander, Samuel F. 451, 545  
Alexander, Thomas 950-951  
Alexander, W. D.   416, 773
Allatoona 9, 211-212, 637, 644 451
Allen, Ivan E.   330, 596, 611-612, 664-666, 688, 712, 716, 727, 745, 906, 958
Allen, James   951-952
Allen, J. P.   840-842, 906
Allen, Marion   949
Allen, J. P., & Company   840-842
AII-Star Concert Series   890
Almshouse, Fulton County. See Poorhouse, Fulton County    
Alpharetta 424 894, 903, 937
Alston, Philip H.   853
Alston, Robert A. 888, 927, 958-959 4-6
Alston, Robert A., murder of 958-959  
Alston, Robert C.   813, 963
Altamaha River 2-4  
American Federation of Labor   311
American Hotel 282, 716  
American Legion   Vol, 2, 749, 775, 797, 831
American Legion, Atlanta Post No.1   749, 881
American Legion, Georgia Dept.   831
American Legion, Auxiliary   831
American Library Association   746
American Medical Association 888  
American Missionary Association 742, 744  
American National Bank   686-687
American party. See Know-Nothing party    
American Radio Relay League   790
American University Association   196
Americus 55, 213 807
Amorous, Martin F.   158, 164, 170, 181, 186, 280, 314, 437, 455
Amusement parks 272 497-498
Anderson, Clifford L.   353, 426, 502, 547, 633, 915
Anderson, David D., 1, 180; -Dutch   798-800
Anderson, G. Whitfield 546-547, 703, 801, 843  
Anderson, George David 65, 101, 152,  
Anderson, George T. "Old Tige, " 875-876, 905  
Anderson, James 1101, 107  
Anderson, James A. 913 53, 87, 130, 164, 181, 207, 249, 274, 307, 373, 468
Andrews, Ezra 387-388, 405  
Andrews, James J. 520-524  
Andrews, Thornwell   584
Andrews' railroad raids 520-524  
Angier, Edgar A.   53, 107, 946
Angier, Hugh 875-876, 905 53, 307
Angier, Needom L. 248-249, 265, 346, 363, 365, 476, 736, 787-788, 804, 903, 935, 939, 954 50, 617, 946, 962
Angier's Academy 248-249  
Annexation plan, Mayor Hartsfield's   959, 1004, 1005-1009
Ansley, Edwin P.   603-604, 723, 800-801, 934
Ansley Hotel   603-605, 832, 834, 959, 983
Ansley Park 13 457, 525, 559, 801, 1005
Ansley Park Annex   603, 797
Ansley Park Golf Club   590, 797
Anthole, the   25-26
Anthony, Susan B., visits Atlanta   310-311
Antioch   883
Anti-prohibitionists   130, 158-159
Apartment buildings   797, 803, 811, 821, 870
Appalachee Bay 2  
Appalachee River 4  
Appling   915
Appling County 4  
Aragon Hotel   256-257, 310-311, 323, 340, 380, 390, 452
Architects 153 321, 341, 385, 422, 476, 494, 530, 564, 633, 637, 661-662, 684, 706, 715, 805, 813, 821, 871-873, 887-889, 966, 990, 993-994
Architecture, outstanding 153 661-662, 826, 966
Arkwright, Mrs. Preston S.   760, 762-763, 781
Arkwright, Preston S.   427, 429, 432-433, 520, 522, 527, 662, 664, 760, 762, 792
Arkwright, Preston S., Jr.   433
Arlington Hotel   565-566
Armistead-Veal murder 371-372  
Armour   479
Armour, Ogden   442
Arms, Frederick C. 432  
Arnall, Ellis   1004
Arnat, Thomas   330-331
Arnold, Frank A.   490
Arnold, Reuben 87, 127 165, 467, 490, 624, 655, 845, 914
Art 254, 485, 941 93, 99-103, 215-216, 494-495, 662
Artesian well   77-78, 234 (illus,) 259, 332, 502
Artillery, Georgia, in Spanish-American War 355-356  
Artillery, Georgia, in War Between the States 504, 529, 562-633 passim  
Artists 941 84, 95, 99-100, 215-216, 480, 964
Ashcraft, Lee   779, 781-782
Ashcraft, Mrs. Lee   782
Associated Charities   65, 483-485, 612, 763
Associated Press   766
Association of Georgia Klans   670
Athenaeum 375, 587  
Athens 3, 76, 79, 122, 125, 144-145, 147, 149, 151, 221, 416, 833, 847 21, 103, 169-170, 206, 252-253, 268, 277, 343, 432, 435, 546, 598, 605, 723-724, 799, 808, 835, 854, 944, 953, 964
Atkinson, Edward   29-30
Atkinson, Henry Morrell   243, 404-405, 409, 425-428, 431-433, 520, 522, 760, 871, 992
Atkinson, Mrs. Henry Morrell   443, 760
Atkinson, Mrs. William Y.   315-316
Atkinson, William Y. 835 294, 326, 334
Atlanta 3, 5, 13, 18, 24, 39, 44, 63, 71, 100-101, 115-123, 127, 146, 153, 160, 164-167, 171 173, 181, 188-197, 199-241 passim, 238, 244-963 passim 1-1009 passim
Atlanta, basic plan of 236  
Atlanta, battle of 611, 617-622, 694 362, 392, 541, (illus,) 611
Atlanta, casualties of 621  
Atlanta, map indicating position of opposing forces (illus,) 620  
Atlanta, becomes county seat 361-362  
Atlanta, bird's-eye view of 1871 (illus,) 860  
Atlanta, bird's-eye view of 1892 (illus,)   251
Atlanta, bright future predicted for 164, 227-228  
Atlanta, burning of 649-659  
Atlanta, business district (illus,) 256  
Atlanta, center of, 1872 (illus,) 876  
Atlanta, center of, 1887 (illus,)   154
Atlanta, charter of   602
Atlanta, city limits of, extended 703 88, 158, 307, 539, 557-559, 602-603, 756, 788-789, 795, 811, 839, 1006-1009
Atlanta, Confederate flag again flies over 660-661  
Atlanta, evacuation of 633-636, 640-644, 649-651  
Atlanta, Federal destruction of 650-662  
Atlanta, Federal occupation of 636-647  
Atlanta, first called Marthasville 101, 189, 199-241  
Atlanta, in center of new Atlanta District 241  
Atlanta, incorporation of 259-260  
Atlanta, name changed by law from Marthasville to 226  
Atlanta, partial view of, 1964 (illus,) 566  
Atlanta, physical development of 332-333, 353-356, 721-722, 768, 787-788, 834-838, 863-864, 879-883, 914-919, 936-938 18, 20-23, 64-65, 69-72, 77-80, ~, 93-95, 111-113, 182-183, 186, 188-191, 202, 206-207, 209-211, 217, 220-224, 226-228, 252-254, 257-263, 267, 282-283, 297, 307-308, 339, 363-366, 408-409, 425-428, 430-433, 454-460, 475-479, 492-495, 507, 525-527, 395-540, 557-559, 564-565, 574, 590-591, 602, 632, 661, 756, 788-789, 795-797, 811, 819-821, 839-840, 848-850, 872-875, 950, 958-959
Atlanta, present-day   1009
Atlanta, rebuilding of 661-662, 669-699 passim  
Atlanta, siege of 625-633 393
Atlanta, casualties of 627-628  
Atlanta, site of, selected 171  
Atlanta, Source of name 225-227  
Atlanta, strategic position of 461  
Atlanta, summer of 1864, showing Confederate positions and three battlefields (illus,) 611  
Atlanta, surrender of 634-636  
Atlanta, view of, 1889 (illus,)   185
Atlanta, wartime, 1864 (illus,) 574, 587, 601  
Atlanta Airport 947  
Atlanta Amateurs 456  
Atlanta Art Association   480-481, 655, 710, 829
Atlanta Art Association, charter members of   480
Atlanta Art Association, presidents of   481
Atlanta Art Commission   480
Atlanta As It Is 867-868  
Atlanta Athletic Club   368-370, 411, 821, 874, 881
Atlanta Athletic Club, presidents of   370
Atlanta Automobile Association   552
Atlanta Avenue   283
Atlanta Bank 346-347  
Atlanta Bar Association   165, 216, 615-616, 633
Atlanta Baseball Corporation 115  
Atlanta Baseball Park   968
Atlanta Better Films Committee   920
Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic Railroad   520-523
Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic Railroad, officers of   522-523
Atlanta, Birmingham & Coast Railroad   523
Atlanta Brewery 763-764  
Atlanta Cadets 497  
Atlanta Campaign, War Between the States 575-622  
Atlanta Campaign, War Between the States, map of (illus,) 581  
Atlanta Campaign, War Between the States, model of military strategy 580-582  
Atlanta Campaign, War Between the States, Sherman's description of 580  
Atlanta Charitable Association   389
Atlanta and Charlotte Air-Line Railroad 15, 208, 487, 816-817, 848-839, 860, 881-882, 895-896, 954 142, 295
Atlantas Child's Home   798
Atlanta Circle of King's Daughters and Sons   410-411
Atlanta City Hall 355-356 (illus,) 370, 379-380, 453, 572, 637, 639, 651, 653-654, 709, 734-735, 739, 772, 777-778, 787 560-562, 848, 850 (illus,) 867 (illus,) 873
Atlanta City Hall, Mayor Maddox advances money for   560-562
Atlanta City Hall Square 851, 937-938  
Atlanta Classical College 797  
Atlanta College of Pharmacy   800
Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons   495, 644
Atlanta Conservatory of Music   548
Atlanta Consolidated Street Railway Company   46, 231, 426
Atlanta Cotton Factory 900  
Atlanta and Edgewood Street Railroad Company   188-191
Atlanta Fair, first 318-322  
Atlanta Federal Savings & Loan Building   340
Atlanta Federation of Trades   560, 949
Atlanta Female Institute 456-457, 508, 654, 710, 749  
Atlanta & Florida Railroad   160, 295
Atlanta Gas Light Company 397, 712, 823 (illus,) 396, 871
Atlanta Grays 474, 496-497, 500, 510, 542  
Atlanta Historical Society 614, 652, 941, 945 735, 823-824, 826, 975, 1004
Atlanta Historical Society, Atlanta-area picture collection of   824
Atlanta Historical Society, Margaret Mitchell Memorial Library   824
Atlanta Historical Society, presidents of   824
Atlanta Hospital Association 706  
Atlanta Hotel 236-237, 271, 283, 324, 378, 398, 449, 497, 657, 835 103
Atlanta Joint Terminals fire   928-929
Atlanta Judicial Circuit 807  
Atlanta, Knoxville & Northern Railway Company   475-476
Atlanta and Le Grange Railroad 258-259, 332-333  
Atlanta League of Women Voters   757
Atlanta Life Insurance Company   610
Atlanta and Lowry National Bank   856-857
Atlanta Machine Company 628  
Atlanta Medical College 375-377, 395, 509, 628, 651-652, 684, 705, 718, 822, 956, 961 161, 258, 495, 644
Atlanta Medical College, becomes Confederate hospital 509, 651-652  
Atlanta Medical College, faculty of 376, 509, 684, 869  
Atlanta Medical College, saving of 651-652  
Atlanta Milling Company   379-380, 911
Atlanta Milling Company, fire   911
Atlanta Music Club   890
Atlanta National Bank 685-686, (illus,) 692, (illus,) 946 59, 236, 637, 686-687, 813
Atlanta National Bank Building (illus,)   448
Atlanta Peace Jubilee   357-359
Atlanta Philharmonic Society   890
Atlanta Pioneer and Historic Society 165, 226, 865-866  
Atlanta Public Library   378
Atlanta Radio Club   790, 792
Atlanta Railway & Power Company   427
Atlanta Rapid Transit Company   409, 426
Atlanta Real Estate Agency 274  
Atlanta Relief Association   355-356, 358-359
Atlanta Rolling Mill 629, 633-634, 713, 729  
Atlanta Rolling Mill Company 712-713, 730  
Atlanta Savings Bank 408, 534, 919, 957  
Atlanta Speedway   552-553, 584
Atlanta State Savings Bank   782-783
Atlanta Steel Company   412-414
Atlanta Street Railway Company 711, 863-864, 880-881, 957 254
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Association   890
Atlanta Taxicab Company   551-552
Atlanta Theater   574, 666
Atlanta Title Company   368, 370
Atlanta Traction Company   230
Atlanta Transit Company   432
Atlanta Trust Company   340
Atlanta University 742-744, (illus,) 320, 855-856, 900, 932
Atlanta University Center   855
Atlanta Warehouse Company   699
Atlanta Water and Electric Power Company   431-432
Atlanta & West Point Railroad 71, 258-259, 483, 496, 622, 632, 643, 672, 711, 751, 792, 855 155, 476, 789
Atlanta and West Point Railroad Company 333  
Atlanta Woman's Club   111, 340, 741, 761
Atlanta Writers' Club   648, 883
Atlantans return from brief exile 662, 675  
Atlanta-Marietta Highway   950
Atlanta-Southern Dental College   644, 746, 821, 956
Atlantian, The   422
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 60, 81, 624 523
Atlantic Steel Company 44 413-415
Atrocities, Indian 48-50  
Attorney, Atlanta city 217, 546, 563, 669, 703, 733, 801, 828, 859, 875, 891, 902, 911, 925, 953 1, 15, 35, 53, 87, 130-131, 164, 181, 207, 226, 249, 274, 307, 335, 345, 373, 388, 406, 420, 539, 557, 698, 801, 810, 925-926
Attorney General, State   294, 420, 787
Attorneys. See Lawyers Auburn   252
Auburn Avenue, Atlanta 117, 628, 915 17, 283, 368, 445, 482, 610, 701-702, 853
Auburn Mechanical and Military College   267-269, 321
Auctions, fish   608
Auctions, land 26  
Auctions, out-of-door 962  
Auctions, real estate   456-457, 603
Auditor, Atlanta   573
Auditor and recorder, Atlanta 861, 875, 891, 902, 911, 925 1, 15, 53, 87, 130, 164, 181, 207, 226
Auditorium, Atlanta   493-494, 545, 578-579, 706, 721, 742, 746, 819-820, 982-984, (illus,) 992, 1004, 1008
Augusta 2, 43, 122, 148, 151, 182, 211, 221, 366, 661, 682, 739, 781, 822, 833, 954-955 60, 117, 119, 274, 432, 724, 933, 946, 964
Augusta Medical College 216  
Augusta National Golf Club   882
Austell   167, 800
Austell, Alfred 408, 514, 679, 685-686, 696, 734-736, 838, 866, 919, 948, 956 35, 447, 637, 724-725, 794, 828, 870, 952
Austell, Alfred, Jr.   793-794, 952
Austell, Francina Cameron   724-725
Austell, William W.   41-42, 828
Automobile accidents   461-462, 464, 553
Automobile accidents, age dawns in Atlanta   415-416,
Automobile accidents, business   551, 706-707
Automobile accidents, drivers, women   707-708
Automobile accidents, fatalities   464
Automobile accidents, racers, famous   553
Automobile accidents, racing   553
Automobile accidents, thieves, punishment of   680
Automobile accidents, tours, cross-country   553
Automobile Show, Atlanta   552-553
Automobile Show, Southeastern   706
Automobile Week, Atlanta   552-553
Automobiles   415-416, 461-464, 542, 551-553, 566, 680, 706-709, 822, 874, 937, 952
Automobiles, ordinances regulating operation of   463-464, 566
Automobiles, steam   415-416
Avery, Isaac W. 827, 831, 840 93, 351
Aviation 814-816 584-585, 708, 732-733, 775-776, 828-829, 831-833, 843, 848, 851-852, 921-922
Aviators   584, 775-776, 851-85, 921-922
Avondale, 30 848, 866
Avondale Estates   806-807
Ayer, Frederick 742, 743  
Back-to-the-farm movement   897
Badger. Joshua D. 453-454  
Bailey, Samuel T 58  
Bain, Donald M.   117, 137, 139-141, 151, 194, 201, 341
Baker, Green 5  
Baker, Joseph S. 233-234, 279  
Baker, Ray Stannard   48-49
Baker, Thomas 118  
Baker, William 27  
Baker County 362  
Baker Street, Atlanta 16, 118 111, 880
Baker's Ferry Road 246  
Baldwin, William W. 387-388, 488  
Baldwin, M. W. 1021  
Baldwin County 3, 846 468
Ball, James M. 641, 697, 712, 750, 846 66
Ball Ground   469, 787
Ballad of the Carshed   407-408
Balloon ascensions 814-816  
Balls   63-64, 689-690, 761, 982-987
Baltimore Block   94-95, 221
Bands, musical 809, 851, 938 21, 32, 153, 478, 485, 487, 577, 746, 796, 832, 879, 881, 899, 901, 907, 969-971
Bank Convention of Confederate States 514  
Bank failure   274-276
Bank holidays   904-905
Bank loans 534  
Bank mergers   236-237, 686-687, 856-857
Bank of Fulton 406-408, 534  
Bank of State of Georgia 897  
Bankhead Highway Bridge 30  
Banking 251, 346-347, 406-408, 534, 685-686, 713-714, 886-887, 897, 919, 931, 957 135-136, 191, 235-236, 339-340, 380, 495, 511-512, 550-551, 580-581, 635-637, 686-687, 856-857
Banking Act of 1933   237
Banking agencies 251, 408, 534  
Banks 406-408, 464, 514, 534, 685-686, 713-714, 886, 897, 919, 931, 957 135-136, 191, 235-236, 339-340, 380, 495, 511-512, 550-551, 580-581, 635-637, 686-687, 782-783
Banks, closing of 534 511-512
Banks, Negro   782-783
Banks, private 514, 534  
Banks County 2  
Bankston, Elijah 33  
Bankston, Henry 120  
Baptist churches 38-39, 51-52, 77-78, 169-170, 241, 268, 270, 291, 324, 347, 373-374, 438, 582, 654, 663, 675-676, 812-813 (illus,) 829, 845, 898 2, 135, 378-379, 484, 492-494, 647-648, 805, 854, 930-931, 969, 972, 985
Baptist World Alliance   969-971, 997
Baptist World Congress   931, 968-971, 997
Baptist Young People's Union   135
Baptists 38-39, 52, 239-241, 268, 270, 291, 347, 373-374, 438, 480, 516, 663, 812-813 28-29, 135, 378-379, 410-411, 647-648, 968-971
Barbecue, pioneer 291-292  
Barber shop, historic   609-610
Barili, Alfredo, Jr.   888-889, 933
Barker, Meta 168-169  
Barnes, William 387-388, 529  
Bamesville 838 956
Barnett Street, Atlanta 115  
Bamwell, Valentine T. 761-763 784
Barrick, James Russell 791  
Bartow County 107, 211, 451, 582, 772, 786 417, 736, 787
Baseball 725-727, 883-884 76-77, 173, 613-614, 798, 803, 918-919
Baseball parks   798, 803
Bass, William A. 586  
Bass, William B. 891  
Bassford, W. S. 474, 476  
Bates, Milledge L.   828
Battle Hill 624 260, 307-308, 559
Battle Hill Sanitarium   260, 562
Battlefield relics   217, 309
Baxley 4  
Baylor, H. B.   682
Beach, Solomon S. 509, 515, 546, 949  
Beasley, John 28, 56  
Beaver Slide   25-26, 910
Beavers, James L.   574, 699, 758, 787, 794-796, 880, 894
Beck & Gregg Hardware Company 714-715  
Beckman, Benjamin 281-282 Beer 913-914
Beerman, Charles 957 1, 300, 343
Bell, James 273-274, 347, 481, 556, 750 107, 344
Bell, Marcus Aurelius 481-482, 556 103, 482
Bell, Piromis Hulsey 847, 906 82, 340
Bell Bomber (B29) Plant near Marietta   1002 (illus,) 1003, 1004
Bell House 945 282
Bell-Johnson Hall 755, 795  
Belle Isle, Alvin L.   880, 898
Belles of 1883   64
Bellinger, John Nelson 151, 180, 194, 210-211, 213, 231, 283-284, 360-361  
Belt Line (illus,)   321
Ben Hill 945, 949 13, 332, 671, 953, 963, 994
Benevolent societies 170  
Bensel, William   331
Benton, Mike   666
Berkeley   220
Berkeley Park   003
Berry, Martha   932-933
Bert Adams Boy Scout Reservation   612
Bibb County 6, 23-24, 494, 722 169, 500, 597
Bibb County, creation of 23-24  
Bible reading in schools   776
Bible societies 59  
Bibliography   1011-1018
Bicyclers, 1895 (illus,)   331
Bicycling   174-175, 331, 400, 1005
Big Bonanza saloon 919-920  
Big Shanty 644  
Biggers, Stephen Terry 217 309, 399, 925 50, 448
Bijou Theater   232, 782
Billheads, pioneer (illus,)   7, 92, 132, 148, 399, 441
Billups, Lanier 121-122  
Biltmore Hotel   682-683, 803-805, 824, 833
Bird, Elijah 336-338  
Bird, John 153, 179, 337-339  
Birmingham 18  
Birnie, Joseph E.   500
Birth of a Nation, impact on Atlanta of   666-668
Black, Eugene P.   429
Black, Eugene R.   168, 747, 760, 832-833, 871, 904, 922
Black, J. C. C.   117
Black, Mrs. Eugene R.   760
"Black List" 454  
"Black Week"   274-278
Blackhall District, Fulton County 28 866
Blackshear   755
Blacksmiths 65, 101, 119  
Blackstock, James 31, 58  
Blair, Ruth   735, 823-824, 932
Blair Village 56, 104  
Blairsville   671, 827
Blake, William 30  
Blalock, William J.   550-551 636
Blayton, J. B.   900
Bleckley, Haralson   915
Bleckley, Logan E. 189, 346, 360, 368, 370, 393, 839, 847, 866, 877, 903 21, 160, 281, 514-516, 808, 915, 963
Bleckley, Logan E., career of   514-515
Bleckley, Logan E., excerpts from opinions of   514-515
Bleckley, Logan E., whimsicalities of   516
Bleckley Avenue   220
Bleckley County   859
Blizzard   374-375
Blodgett, Foster 781, 839  
Blount, Bartow M.   60-61
Blue and Gray reunion   392-394
Blue Ridge   923
Blue Triangle, The   760
Board of Education 748, 821-822, 876-877 72, 164, 182, 208, 249, 274, 336, 373, 388, 420, 454, 539, 573-574, 658, 788, 925-926
Board of Fire Masters, Atlanta   336, 373, 388, 539, 574
Board of Health, Atlanta 217, 265, 353, 436, 525, 822, 859, 902, 911 77, 164, 182, 207, 210, 249, 274, 335, 373, 388, 420, 454, 539, 573, 788
Board of Health, State   438
Board of Pardons and Paroles, State   758
Board of Regents of University System of Georgia   870
Board of Water Commissioners, Atlanta 915, 918 164, 182, 208, 249, 261, 274, 335, 373, 388, 420, 454, 539, 574
Boboshela Creek 32-33  
Bogart   252
Boland, Frank K.   355
Boll weevil   775
Bolton 149, 207, 379, 595, 959 211, 266, 283, 432, 447, 828, 871, 1008
Bolton, Charles L. 156  
Bolton, Thomas C., 177-178    
Bolton Road 17  
Boltonville 17, 189, 207 13
Bomar, Benjamin F. 279, 282-283, 315, 318, 368, 435, 524, 797 693
Bombardment of Atlanta 625-633 393
Bond, Joseph B. 52  
Bond commission, Atlanta   779
Bond issue, State, Asa G. Candler bids in entire   662-663
Bond issues, Atlanta   559-560, 779, 794, 819, 850, 927, 959, 1002, 1004
Bonner, Charles 56  
Booksellers 758  
Boom times, Atlanta 236 19-21, 775-857 passim, 1005
Booth, Edwin, historic engagement of 928-929  
Booth, Evangeline, visits Atlanta   949
Borglum, Gutzon   508, 592-594
Borglum, Solon H.   508
Boring, Jesse 813-814  
Born, John M. 194, 889 11, 514
Boston   964
Boulevard 957-958 191, 220, 701-702, 704, 706
Boulevard Park   632
Boulevard Place   701
Boulevard Terrace   701
Boundaries of Creek cession of 1821 5-6  
Boundary disputes, Indian 1, 55, 72  
"Bourbon Triumvirate "   1
Bowden 200 800
Bowersville   914
Bowles, Edward J.   901
Bowman, John Mcentee   804-805
Boxing   824, 914
Boyd, Nannie Seawell (Mrs. Isaac S.)   480
Boykin, John A.   674, 758, 811, 837, 845, 868
Boykin, Mrs. B. M.   742
Boynton, Hollis A.   130
Boynton, James S. 835 55
Boys' Corn Club   663
Boys' High School, Atlanta 879, 899, 906 72, 297, 733-734, 807, 1004
B.P.O.E. (Elks)   211, 881, 933
Brady, Adolph J. 383, 397  
Brady, Thomas B.   438-439
Bragg, Braxton 527-528, 549-551, 575, 599, 603  
Branan, Charles I.   771, 858
Branch, Harlee, Jr.   433
Brandon, Morris   427, 460
Brandon, Mrs. Morris   411
Brantley, Ella Foreacre   63-64
Bratton, Thomas S.   746, 762
Briarcliff, The   811
Briarcliff Road 52, 618  
Bricker, Louana Rhodes   735
Bridge commissioners 126, 134  
Bridges 29-30, 52, 57, 75, 121, 126-127, 134, 152, 180, 199, 246, 268, 283, 353-354, 429, 453, 479, 566, 684, 794, 806-807 21, 108, 228, 253, 266-267, 286, 366, 408-409, 460, 525, 574, 632, 716, 848-850, 901, 952
Bridwell, Johnson W., murder of 719-720  
Brine, Florence Werner   928
Brisbane, Abbott Hall 144-145, 148-150, 183, 188  
Brisbane Park   349
British, the 3, 11  
Brittain, M. L.   170, 173, 921, 931, 947, 1004
Broad Street, Atlanta 684, 704, 729, 783-784, 810, 851, 887 15, 83-84, 110, 191, 394, 396 (illus,) 528, 538, 653, 687-688
Broady, Joseph A. Steve   445-447
Brookhaven   482, 720, 798, 1008
Brookhaven Country Club   564-565
"Brooklyn, " junction Marietta and Walton streets (illus,) 955 17
Brooks, Jacob R. 5, 31, 43, 55, 601  
Brooks, Jacob R., life of 43  
Brookwood   559, 798
Brookwood Hills   797-798, 934
Brotherhood of Physicians 375  
Brotherton, William H. 862, 891, 949 37, 69, 164, 181, 207, 249, 294, 373, 388, 531, 994
Broughton, Len G.   411-412
Brown, A. Ten Eyck   633, 637, 684, 706, 873, 888-889
Brown, Alfred B. 177  
Brown, D. R. 574, 587  
Brown, Fanning 5  
Brown, George M.   380, 452
Brown, J. Epps   686, 716, 766, 817,
Brown, Joseph Emerson 121, 423, 447-448, 451, 496, 509, 524, 653, 678, 698, 710, 721, 734, 736, 781, 804, 807, 833-834, 839, 847, 869, 873, 875, 877-879, 886, 895-896, 922, 929, 954 1-3, 6, 24, 30, 50, 72, 164, 179, 206, 234, 294, 380, 496, 519, 570, 818, 903
Brown, residence of (illus,)   496
Brown, Joseph M. 835 519, 556, 579, 585, 605, 903
Brown, Julius L.   153, 240-241, 570
Brown, Mrs. Joseph M.   605
Brown, Perino 546, 563, 662, 673, 712, 828, 856, 859, 886 554
Brown, Peter 176-177  
Brown, Robert M 266-267, 309, 340, 350-351  
Brown, Walter R.   307, 437, 892
Browning, Andrew 78  
Brownwood   539
Broyles, Arnold   226, 264, 274, 294, 368, 389
Broyles, Nash R.   573, 631
Bruin, Mrs. R. S.   410
Brumby, Thomas M.   357
Brunswick 788 521-522
Bryan   252
Bryan, Ellen Newell (Mrs. Wright)   816-817
Bryan, Mary Givens   735
Bryan, William Jennings   334-335, 389-390, 442
Bryan, , William Jennings visits Atlanta   334-335, 389-390
Bryant's District, Fulton County 30 866
Buchanan, James 405, 423  
Buckhead 29, 160, 175, (illus,) 307, 415, 564, 602, 606-607, 619 429, 627, 798, 811, 822, 866, 896, (illus,) 917, 956, 972, (illus,) 985, 1004, 1008
Buckhead in 1910 (illus,)   917
Buckhead in 1934 (illus,)   917
Buckhead in 1948 (illus,)   985
Buell, Don Carlos 520  
Buell, Willis (or Wyllys) 241, 254, 309, 328, 335-336, 347  
Buffalo Bill and Wild West Show   323
Buford Highway 29  
Buford Memorial Home for Girls   690
Building boom   19-21, 775-857 passim, 1005
Building inspector, Atlanta    
Building and Loan Association Atlanta 360 1, 226, 335, 345, 373, 388, 520, 698, 801, 810, 925
Building operations, Atlanta 727, 751-752, 787-788, 834-838, 884-885, 921-922, 936-937, 947-949, 957 3-6, 19-21, 79-80, 93-95, 142, 216-217, 228, 256-258, 282, 308, 318-319, 321, 339, 363, 369, 377, 408-409, 457-459, 493-495, 564, 574-576, 603, 604, 661, 718-719, 729-730, 782, 795-798, 802-806, 811, 813, 820-821, 833-834, 840-842, 848-850, 853-854, 870-875, 886-890, 901, 908-910, 919, 1005
Buildings, office and business 255 193, 216-217, 234-235, 339, 494, 574, 603-604, 661, 729-730, 782, 796-798, 802-803, 811, 813, 820-821, 834, 840-841, 853, 870-871, 875, 888-889, 919, 929-930, 939
Bull, 0. A. 415, 427, 445, 449, 456, 508, 515  
Bulloch, James S. 153-154  
Bulloch, James S., descendents of 153  
Bulloch Hall   485-486
Bullock, Rufus Brown 685, 714, 771-772, 775-779, 781-782, 788, 80l, 804-805, 830-833, 835, 870-871, 877, 935 21, 31, 50, 71, 78, 200, 207, 240-241, 245, 314, 326, 379, 513
Bullock, Rufus Brown, charges against 874  
Bullock, Rufus Brown, resignation of 870-871  
Bumstead, Horace 744 773
"Bunco Ring, '   757-759
Burgess, Ben B.   54
Burgess, Henry H.   54, 181, 437
Burke, J. F.   576-577
Burns Club of Atlanta   340-342
Bus transportation   851
Bush Arbor Day 783-786  
Business, small 283, 287-288, 295, 297-299, 351, 359-300, 395, 398-401, 431, 438, 460, 484-485, 537-539, 730, 867 73-75, 524-525, 607-609, 731, 821-822
See also Industry    
Business revival, postwar 710-717  
Butler Street, Atlanta 117, 657  
Butt, William M. 346, 353, 372, 662, 734 177
"Buy a Bale of Cotton" movement   638-639
Buzzard's Roost 6, 8, 70, 82-83  
Butts County 6 674, 992, 994
Cab drivers, negro   676-679
Cable Piano Company fire   943
Cabs, horse-drawn   676-679
Cabaniss, Henry H.   57, 71, 240, 257, 280, 314, 376, 411, 424-425, 599, 923
Cain, John C. 118  
Cain Street, Atlanta 116, 118, 122, 164, 639, 681, 811, 944 323, 492, 494, 548, 821, 889, 939
Caldwell, Cobb   760
Caldwell, Mrs. Cobb   760
Calhoun, Abner Wellborn 102 197, 258, 412, 429, 570, 818, 901, 935, 954
Calhoun, Andrew   760, 810, 817, 954
Calhoun, Andrew B. 101-102, 281, 511  
Calhoun, Ezekiel N. 140-141, 420, 525, 923  
Calhoun, F. Phinizy, Jr. 102 760
Calhoun, F. Phinizy, Sr. 102  
Calhoun, James M. 46, 77, 141, 151, 156, 160-162, 168, 173, 213, 319, 337, 361, 376, 378, 383, 390, 415, 510, 525, 527-528, 546, 550, 563, 589, 634-636, 641-642, 662, 669-670, 679, 702, 717, 736, (illus,) 920, 923, 952 320, 532, 699
Calhoun, John C. 5, 115, 143-144, 227-228  
Calhoun, Mrs. Andrew   760
Calhoun, Mrs. F. Phinizy, Jr.   760, 764
Calhoun, Patrick   198-200, 258, 285
Calhoun, William C.   18
Calhoun, William Lowndes 952-954 21, 29, 194, 241, 508, 532
Calico House 481-482, 556, 847 482
Calico House, wartime use of 556  
Callaway, Andrew W.   802
Callaway, Frank E.   613
Callaway, Virginia Hand (Mrs. Cason)   762
Camack, James 79, 125, 221  
Camden County 3  
Cameron, George H.   746
Camilla   824
Camp, Andrew 27  
Camp Creek 30, 638 395-397
Camp Creek wreck   395-397, 824
Camp, Gordon   712-721 passim, 722, 735, 743-744, 746, 748, 763
Camp, Gordon, men who passed through, and their commanding officers   721
Camp, Gordon, transportation between Atlanta and   720-721
Camp, Gordon, Jesup   739-740, 744, 746
Camp, Gordon, N orthern   355
Campbell, Duncan G. 70  
Camp, Gordon, James 56  
Camp, Gordon, John Billow   771, 870
Campbell County 6, 8, 70-71, 77, 100, 107, 145, 258, 317, 324, 353, 408, 488, 632, 855 51, 177, 371, 416, 489, 617, 807-808, 859, 884, 893-894, 952, 959, 964, 973
Campbell County, contributes generously to Atlanta citizenry 71  
Campbell County, creation of 70-71  
Campbell County, merged with Fulton County 71 893-894
Campbell County, selecting county site for 70-71  
Campbellton 70-71, 77, 145, 148, 258, 408, 595, 661, 855 894
Campbellton Academy 71  
Campbellton Baptist Church 77  
Campbellton Road 626, 945 557
Canal era 100  
Canals versus railroads, controversy over 100-101  
Candler, Allen D. 835, 935 24, 294, 353, 357, 384, 389, 411, 420, 570
Candler, Asa Griggs 351, 482, 639, 825, 900 72, 123-126, 188, 368, 397, 444-445, 482, 492-495, 512, 522, 525-, 127, 535-536, 540, S45, 552, 554, 579, 639-646, 662-663, 683-684, 688, 697-698, 705, 718, 727, 744, 746, 755-756, 767, 769-771, 820, 857
Candler, Asa Griggs, becomes sole owner of Coca-cola   124
Candler, Asa Griggs, home of   683-684
Candler, Asa Griggs, Jr.   369, 525, 552-553, 767, 771, 805, 811, 813, 833, 927-928, 953
Candler, Asa Warren   627, 749, 831
Candler, Charles Howard   126, 494, 525, 645-646, 699, 767-771
Candler, Charles Murphey   107, 554, 934
Candler, Ezekiel Slaughter 823  
Candler, George Scott   134
Candler, John S. 823 90, 125, 370, 527, 539-540, 767, 771, 779
Candler, Lucy Howard 900 371, 771
Candler, Milton A. 779, 870, 892 197, 228, 349, 554, 934
Candler, Mrs. Asa Griggs, Sr.   645, 683-684
Candler, Mrs. Samuel C.   494
Candler, Samuel C.   494
Candler, Scott 175-176 595, 972
Candler, Walter T. 52 767, 771, 821
Candler, Warren A. 823 123, 443-444, 482, 525, 633, 642-644, 739
Candler, William   767-768, 771, 804-805, 948
Candler Building   2, 474, 492, 494-495, 581, 648, 739, (illus,) 996, 1005
Candler Field   733, 776, 811, 828, 831-833, 843, 848, 851, 983
Candler Hotel   834
Candler Investment Company   494
Candler Park 617 825
Candler Street 80 559
Candler Warehouse   641
Canton 423, 861 305, 519, 628, 808, 818
Canton Volunteers, Cherokee County 230  
Cantonments   712-721 passim
Capital, State, agitation to move, from Milledgeville to Atlanta 260-261, 497, 775  
Capital, State, agitation for removal to Atlanta of 365-366, 385  
Capital, State, Atlanta becomes 775, 777, 936  
Capital, State, movement to transfer from Atlanta to Macon   757
Capital City Club 122, 199, 314, 835 60-63, 107, 151-152, 240, 276, 328, 355, 384, 387, 403, 425, 484, 546, 565, 574, 576, 578, 580, 003, 712, 761, 763, 838, 880-881, 932
Capital City Club, charter of 62  
Capital City Club, charter members of 61  
Capital City Club, distinguished guests entertained by 62  
Capital City Club, presidents of 62-63  
Capital of Confederacy, Atlanta's bid for 497, 510  
Capitol, Atlanta Evening 89, 93, 96-99, 103-104  
Capitol Act 78-79  
Capitol Avenue 615, 653, 657, 879 283
Capitol Square 198  
Capitol View 602-603, 811  
Capitol, State 365-366, 380, (illus,) 774, 778, 787-788, 792, 802-804, 829, 938, 954 29, 78-80, 93-94, 150, 161, 185, 197-198, 200, 206, 242, 406, 470, 508-509, 538, 591
Capitol, State, completion of new, 1889   197-198
Capitol, State, dedication of new, 1885 93-94  
Capitol, State, destroyed by fire 296-297  
Capitol, State, furniture of, auctioned 206-207  
Carlisle, Julia 195-196  
Carlisle, Willis 195, 203-204, 213, 388, 451, 460  
Carnegie, Andrew 375-377, 534  
Carnegie Library 760 375-378, 425, 973
Carnegie Library, trustees of 376, 424  
Carnegie Way 411, 653, 803, 821, 988  
Carnesville 3  
Carnivals 894  
Carpetbaggers 771-772, 776  
Carriage era, end of 614-615  
Carriage survey 680  
Carrie Steele Orphanage 389  
Carroll, Thomas 29  
Carroll County 48, 50, 55, 60, 62-63, 70, 99, 200, 383, 819, 815, 900 770, 837, 846, 992
Carrollton 55, 383 291, 447, 772, 836
Carswell, George H. 869  
Carter, E. V.   688
Carter, Josiah   57
Carter, Mrs. W. Colquitt   982-984, 986
Cartersvil1e 113, 180, 711 171, 268, 475-476, 953, 995
Caruso, Dorothy Benjamin 760  
Census, United States, 1870 852-854  
Census, United States, 1910   556
Census, United States, 1930   866
Centennial Building 936  
Central Atlanta Improvement Association   975, 1004
Central Avenue, Atlanta 190, 205, 921, 927, 930 308, 409, (illus,) 981 (illus,) 1007
Central Bank & Trust Corporation   495, 512, 639-640, 699
Central Committee of Women Citizens   757
Central Georgia Power Company   431
Central of Georgia Railroad 104, 125, 145, 147, 174, 232, 360, 434, 487, 622, 696, 889, 954 169, 240, 285, 288-289, 520, 1002
Century Building (illus,)   448
Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta 473, 712, 866-867 21, 30, 65, 240, 285, 343, 406, 438, 466, 480, 493, 503, 522, 552, 559-560, 579, 590, 611, 633, 636, 638, 643, 660, 663-664, 685-686, 688, 712, 718, 727, 732, 756-757, 779-781, 792, 829, 853, 880, 897, 901, 905-906, 921, 961, 1002, 1005
Chamber of Commerce, Junior   779, 880-881, 915, 1004
Chamber of Commerce, Negro   900-901
Chamber of Commerce, United States   901
Chamber of Commerce, Woman's Division   719-780
Chamberlin, Edward P.   65, 314, 385
Chamberlin -Johnson -DuBose Company   731-732, 842
Chamblee 69, 608 485, 520, 712, 719
Chamblee-Dunwoody Road 111-112  
Chandler, Abraham 5, 29, 31, 56  
Chapel Road 623, 627  
Chapman, Gerald   798-799
Charter of 1847, Atlanta 189, 259-260, 902  
Charter of 1874, Atlanta 902-904  
Chatham County 153, 786 500, 959
Chatham Road 64 Chatsworth 475
Chattahoochee   383, 880
Chattahoochee bottom lands, unrestricted settlement of 73  
Chattahoochee River 3-6, 8-9, 12-14, 18, 28-30, 43, 50, 55, 64, 69-70, 72, 76, 82-83, 100, 140, 145, 148, 150-151, 153, 199, 246, 595, 597-602, 607, 643-644, 661, 728, 767, 933, 961 21, 210-211, 228, 260, 262, 266, 430, 432, 466, 544, 871, 952, 1008
Chattahoochee River, Federal army crossings of 597-602  
Chattanooga 100, 145  
Chattanooga County   435
Cheatham's Hill, engagement at 583, (illus,) 584  
Checks, pioneer (illus,)   7
Cherokee Acts reversed by John Marshall 106  
Cherokee Advocate, Marietta 395  
Cherokee Country 17, 62-63, 72-73, 82-83, 106-107, 134-135, 160-162, 424  
Cherokee Country, Georgia takes official possession of 162  
Cherokee County 4, 16, 99, 107, 230, 362, 423, 698 597, 914, 953
Cherokee Country, creation of 99  
Cherokee Country, division of 107  
Cherokee Indians 1-6, 12, 17, 23, 55, 62-63, 72-73, 99-100, 106-107, 134-135, 160-162 1009
Cherokee Indians, advancement in arts of civilization 73  
Cherokee Indians, chiefs 73  
Cherokee Indians, legal jurisdiction over 62-63  
Cherokee Indians, place names 162  
Cherokee Indians, removal of 72-73, 99-100, 106-107, 135, 160-162  
Cherokee Indians, slave ownership of 73  
Cheshire, Hezekiah 103, 143, 210  
Cheshire Bridge Road 29  
Cheves, John .A. "Whistling John"   351
Chiang Kai-Shek, Madame visits Atlanta   1004
Chickamauga 711  
Chivers, Thomas Holley 233-234, 251, 442-444  
Chivers, Thomas Holley, dispute with Edgar Allan Foe 442-443  
Chivers, Thomas Holley, will of 443-444  
Choate, Herbert E.   905-906
Choice, Tully 53, 55  
Choice, William A. 448-449  
Christian Churches 463, 654, 813 821
Christian Science churches   110-111, 340
Christian Scientists   110-111
Chronicle, Augusta 43, 219-220  
Chronicle, De Kalb   90, 107-108, 110, 115-116, 131, 133-134
Chronicle and Sentinel, Augusta 234, 661  
Church, oldest in Atlanta 334  
Church of Immaculate Conception (illus,)   1007
Churches, pioneer 38-39, 51-52, 59, 68, 77-78, 139, 153, 169-170, 200, 207, 240-241, 247-248, 268-271, 295-296, 324, 347, 360-361, 373-374, 427, 438-440, 463-464, 586-589, 652, 654  
Churches, post-belIum: 676, 795-797, 812-814, 885, 945, 956 64, 108, 111, 366-368, 378-379, 442-445, 492-494, 549, 759-760, 798, 854, 930-931, 966-972 passim See also Churches, pioneer
Cigarette smoking by women   662
Circuses 246-247 497
Citizens, Atlanta, some prominent 35, 46, 52, 54, 59-61, 68-71, 110, 115-122, 195-197, 199-200, 206-208, 211, 213-215, 230-231, 254-257, 268, 273-274, 277, 283, 306-309, 312, 345-346, 349-350, 375, 381-382-383, 394-395, 397-402, 409, 411-412, 430-432, 442, 466-469, 486-488, 514-518, 541-542, 555-556, 735-736, 767-768, 797, 818, 820, 823-824, 846, 852, 869-870, 907-908, 923-924, 940-941, 949-951, 961 10-11, 30, 34-35, 46, 50-51, 66-67, 84-85, 127-128, 160-161, 176-177, 179-180, 201-202, 224, 246, 271-272, 279-280, 291-292, 304-305, 309, 330-332, 342-344, 350-351, 363, 385-386, 398-400, 416-417, 434-435, 447-452, 468-470, 487, 489-490, 504-505, 512-514, 531-534, 553-555, 569-571, 585-587, 597-599, 617-619, 653-655, 670-671, 691-695, 723-725, 736-737, 772-773, 778-779, 784, 792-794, 800-801, 807-808, 817-818, 821, 825-828, 835-837, 846-848, 857-860, 882-884, 890-893, 914-915, 921-924, 933-935, 946-948, 952-955, 963-966, 992-997, 1004-1005
Citizens, De Kalb County, some prominent 32-35, 44-46, 52, 60-61, 65-66, 70, 76-78, 83-97, 101-103, 107-109, 115-122, 129-134, 141-143, 153-154, 157-159, 170-171, 175-177, 181-182, 199-200, 211, 269, 306-309, 335, 338-339, 344, 379, 394-395, 420-421, 514-516, 541-542, 554-555, 661-662, 767, 824, 852, 869, 889, 899-900, 908, 923-924, 933, 941, 949 10-11, 50, 66, 84-85, 103, 161, 201, 224, 246, 271-272, 292, 304, 332, 371, 398, 417, 435, 489, 504, 512-513, 554, 586, 598, 617-618, 670, 778, 784, 793-794, 836-837, 847, 857, 891-892, 903, 922, 933-935, 946, 953, 965-966, 993-995
Citizens, Fulton County, some prominent 554, 661, 768, 797, 949-950 19, 54-55, 66, 89-90, 177, 246, 332, 350-351, 447, 449, 489, 531, 554, 569-570, 598, 618, 671, 693, 724, 779, 808, 818, 827, 836-837, 858-859, 883-884, 891, 903, 914, 934, 947, 952, 954, 964
Citizens Bank of Georgia 886  
Citizens & Southern National Bank   340, 495
Citizens & Southern National Bank Building   889
Citizens Trust Company   783, 900
City Builder   917-918
City Court, Atlanta 390, 412, 861, 871 615-616, 793, 810, 925
City Court, judges of 861, 875 810, 925
City planning   684-686, 777-778
City Planning Commission, Atlanta   685, 777-778, 810, 820, 839-840, 926
Civil Rights Bill 701  
Civil service system, Atlanta   958
Civil Works Administration (CWA)   916-918
Civitans   881
Clairmont Avenue and Road, Decatur 4, 30, 209, 612  
Clark, John 365  
Clark, Richard H.   90, 343
Clark, Robert M.   42
Clark College 823  
Clark University 822-823 855-856
Clarke, Edward Young 823, 828, 846, 947 66, 569, 669, 963
Clarke, James 280, 476  
Clarke, James, descendants of 280  
Clarke, John 23-24, 40, 53, 100  
Clarke, John M. 679  
Clarke, John T.   119
Clarke, Lewis H. 207  
Clarke, Robert M. 247, 264, 387, 408, 411, 429, 712, 750 246, 286
Clarke, Thomas M.   542
Clarke, William W. 213  
Clarke County 59 66
Clarkesboro 14  
Clarkesville 4 514
Clarkston 30, 926 11, 946
Clay, Alexander Stephens   585
Clay, Henry 205, 251, 340, 343  
Clay, Lucius D.   551, 995
Clay, Lucius D., home-coming to Marietta of (illus,)   995
Clay County   963
Clayton 4  
Clayton, Augustine Smith 144, 434  
Clayton, Robert M.   15, 87, 130, 164, 181, 207, 226, 249, 262, 335, 345, 373, 388, 409, 420, 657, 892
Clayton, William W. 712, 714, 801, 931 19, 90, 103
Clayton County 6, 104, 174, 434, 488, 632, 642, 738, 779, 807 90, 574, 759, 883, 915, 935, 940, 994, 1008
Clayton County, creation of 434  
Clear Creek 612-613, 618, 904 241, 323, 632
Clement, Rufus E.   856
Cleopatra poster, case of   299-301
Clerk, Atlanta city 263-264, 282, 406, 425, 436, 451, 477, 525, 546, 563, 669, 703, 733, 796, 801, 828, 859, 875, 891, 902, 911, 925, 953 1, 15, 87, 130, 164, 181, 207, 226, 249, 274, 307, 335, 373, 388, 406, 420, 557, 573, 698, 728, 809, 868, 925, 937
Cleveland 4  
Cleveland, Frances Folsom   149-155, 206
Cleveland, Grover   80-84, 149-155, 206, 250-252, 327-328, 334
Cleveland, Grover, crowd assembled in Loyd Street to hear (illus,)   150
Cleveland, Grover and Hendricks, Atlanta celebrates election of   00-84
Cleveland, Grover and Stevenson, Atlanta celebrates election of   250-251
Cleveland, Grover visits Cotton States and International Exposition   327-328
Cleveland, Grover and wife, reception tendered   151-152
Cleveland, Grover and wife, visit to Atlanta of   149-155
Cleveland, Grover Jesse Franklin 53, 101, 111  
Clifford Street 117  
Clifton, George 38  
Climate   108-110
Clinton 3, 350  
Cloud's Tower 159, 278  
Cobb, Howell 360, 423, 591, 661, 678, 707, 783-784, 786 362
Cobb, Thomas Willis 107  
Cobb, William, house of 615  
Cobb County 17-18, 43, 77, 107, 153, 174, 191, 344, 389, 424, 582, 738, 767, 779, 807, 961 51, 53, 224, 228, 351, 438, 460, 485, 599, 628, 817-818, 837, 848, 871, 893, 948
Cobb County, creation of 107  
Cobb County, initial Superior Court for 107  
Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Atlanta   397-398, 505
Coca-Cola Company   124-126, 368, 494, 512, 646, 699, 756, 767-771, 798, 856-857, 916, 919, 975, 996
Cocke, Erie, Sr.   551, 932
Cock-fighting 265  
Code of the City of Atlanta, The 552-553  
Coffee County 4  
Coffee's Line 72  
Cogswell, William, champions cause of Atlanta in Congress   320-321
Cohen, John S.   357, 781, 790, 838, 894, 897-898, 906, 933
Cohutta   504
Coker, Frank M.   180, 723
Cold weather 134, 562 14, 274, 374-375, 387, 711-712, 935-936, 950
Coles, A. P.   636, 638
Coliseum, the   175
College Hill 116-117  
College Park   222-223, 429, 581, 831, 848, 866, 935, 953-954, 965-966, 994, 1008
Colleges and universities 376, 457, 822-823, 846-848, 954-956 28-29, 169-174, 194-197, 228, 287, 320, 394, 495, 595-597, 641-647, 746, 834, 855-856, 932-933
Collier, Andrew Jackson 35, 567 797
Collier, Charles A.   107, 137, 150-151, 180, 249, 313-314, 326-327, 345, 353, 400, 452
Collier, Edwin G. 35  
Collier, Elizabeth Gray 35 449
Collier, George Washington 9, 35, 226, 237-238, 263, 285, 298, 438, 564, 567 72, 138, 256-257, 272, 347, 388, 449-452, 455-457, 504, 823, 938, 995
Collier, George Washington children of   452
Collier, George Washington disposal of estate of   455-457
Collier, George Washington obituary   449-452
Collier, Henry L.   406, 420, 755, 817
Collier, John 35, 211, 213, 221, 260, 263, 265, 295, 361, 363, 376, 406, 436, 451, 564, 662, 669, 675, 714, 743, 807 19, 107, 272, 307, 406, 504, 569, 724, 817, 910
Collier, Meredith 5, 29 35 56-57, , 104, 159, 169, 241, 394-395, 554 272, 444
Collier, Merrell 5, 34-35 58 153, 179, 338, 394-395' 801  
Collier, Wesley Gray 35, 564-567 504, 563
Collier, Wesley Gray, raid on home of 564-567  
Collier, William Rawson   823, 934
Collier Building   257, 388 938 ,
Collier Road 613  
Collier's Mill 613  
Collins, James A. 18, 206-207, 213, 241, 263-264, 268, 290, 346, 541, 892, 930 127, 468
Collins, James D.   107, 207-208, 221, 228
Collins' District, Fulton County 28 866
Collins Street 930 9, 127, 409
Colquitt, Alfred H. 835, 873, 933, 936, 939, 954 1-3, 6, 19, 29-30, 50, 84, 152, 255, 292, 294, 433, 953
Columbia 43  
Columbia County 127, 900, 934  
Columbia Theater   335, 782
Columbia Theological Seminary 834  
Columbian Exposition, World's, Oriental influence of   291
Columbus 55, 144-145, 148, 177, 358, 362, 572, 739, 833, 870 119, 123, 295, 332, 692, 757, 770, 781, 793, 808, 827, 836, 858, 891, 966, 993
Commercial Club   255
Commissary Department, Confederate 509-510, 551, 742  
Committee of Forty-nine 903  
Common School Law 457-458  
Commonwealth, The 533, 573  
Community centers   822
Community Chest   65, 483, 919, 949
Community Fund, Atlanta   983, 986
Compromise of 1850 434  
Compton, Martha Lumpkin See Lumpkin, Martha    
Comptroller, Atlanta   207, 226, 249, 274, 307, 335, 345, 373, 388, 402, 420, 426, 698, 728, 801, 809, 925, 950
Comptroller-General, Georgia 804, 823 294, 857
Compulsory Education Bill   673
Concerts 645-647, 760 547-548, 890
Cone, Francis H. 272, 292  
Cone, Mrs. Reuben   566
Cone, Reuben 31, 44, 52, 57, 58, 60-61, 81, 116, 150, 157, 236, 238, 268, 278, 282, 289, 325, 335-336, 399, 662, 685 224, 385, 955
Cone, Reuben descendants of 336  
Cone Street   544, 821
Confederate Army 207, 389, 499-505, 518-663 passim, 677  
Confederate Army at beginning of Atlanta 'Campaign 578-580  
Confederate Army demobilization of 677  
Confederate Army service headquarters and depots, Atlanta 551-552  
Confederate, memorial, replica of Lion of Lucerne   305
Confederate, memorial, monument 904-905 305
Confederate, memorial, money 573, 669-700  
Confederate, memorial, publications 573  
Confederate, memorial, relics, housing of   309-310
Confederate, soldiers' return, typical story of 681-682  
Confederate, treasury notes 534  
Confederate, war debts, repudiation of 701  
Confederate Soldiers' Home, Georgia   194-195
Confederate States of America 4, 57, 493, 496-663 passim  
Confederate States of America creation of 496  
Confederate Veterans' Reunion   359-363
Confederate Veterans' Reunion distinguished visitors to,   362
Confederate Veterans' Reunion social aspects of   362-363
Congress, United States 733-734, 739, 761, 804 2-3, 6, 206, 320-321, 556, 675, 819, 894
Conley 246  
Conley, Benjamin F. 778-779, 832, 835, 870-871, 926 76
Conley, Jim   623
Connally, Cornelius M. 120, 157, 210  
Connally, Cornelius M. children of 120-121  
Connally, David 120-121, 157  
Connally, Elijah Lewis 121, 208, 911 85, 569, 883-884
Connally, Mary Virginia Brown 121  
Connally, Thomas W. 120-121 85, 823, 884
Connors, George Washington   412-413
Conscription, Confederate 529-530  
Conscription laws, Confederate, violence in enforcement of 564--567  
Conservatives 771, 776, 831  
Constitution, Atlanta 42, 70, 80-81, 165, 193, 205-206, 219, 235-236, 481, 778-781, 784, 788-791, 795, 802, 805, 810, 814-818, 824, 827-828, 831, 836, 839-842, 848-850, 863-864, 870, 877, 888, 892, 894-895, 907, 910, 916-919, 921-922, 925, 927-929, 935-938, 947-949, 957-958 3-6, 18-21, 24, 29, 49, 54-55, 61-62, 69, 71, 81, 112-115, 118, 138, 141-147, 152-153, 158-159, 165-166, 179-180, 192-193, 200, 205-206, 209, 213-216, 221-224, 233-234, 243-246, 250-251, 254-255, 258, 260-261, 263-266, 269-27l, 279-282, 287-288, 295-300, 310-311, 313, 325, 334, 336-338, 346-347, 360-366, 384, 390-393, 403-404, 406-408, 435, 449-452, 470, 495-496, 499-501, 508-511, 532, 553, 584, 596, 698, 760, 763, 781, 792, 805, 837-838, 867-868, 872-875, 880-881, 891, 898-900, 911, 916, 935-942, 944-945, 948-951, 955, 962-963, 987-991
Constitution, Atlanta Women's Department of   760
Constitution, State 340, 777-778, 820, 935-936 839
Constitution, State of 1868 777-778, 820, 935  
Constitution, State of i877 935, 936  
Constitution, State amended 340 839
Constitution, Confederate States 498  
Constitution, United States 701  
Constitution, United States amendments to 701, 776, 779 775
Constitution Building   192-193, 240, 310
Constitutional Convention of 1868 739, 771-776  
Constitutional Convention of 1877 936  
Constitutional Union party. See Union party    
Construction Chief, Atlanta   573, 657, 698, 755, 787, 801, 810, 92:5
Convention Bureau, Atlanta   590
Convict labor 720-722, 958 319
Convict labor, leasing of 721-722 499
Conyers 30, 855 345, 447, 775-776, 966
Cooledge, Thomas Jefferson   427
Coolidge, Calvin   775, 780-781
Coolidge, Calvin visits Atlanta   780-781
Coolidge, Calvin, Grace (Mrs. Calvin) visits Atlanta   780-781
Cooper, James Fairlee 733, 750, 824-825 130, 784
Cooper, John Tyler   130, 159, 164, 181, 260, 599
Cooper, Mark A. 319  
Cooper, Mrs. Joseph W., Jr.   984
Cooper, Thomas L. 361, 420 923
Cooper, Walter G.   311-313, 522, 559, 636, 664, 712, 779, 796, 867, 993
Cope, Willard   843
Copenhill   539
Cordele   937
Corinth 258  
Coroner, De Kalb County 38, 64, 108, 139, 175, 194, 208, 231, 267, 340, 405, 435, 525, 562, 702, 793, 860, 911, 935 54, 131, 181, 226, 420, 454, 835
Coroner, Fulton County 368, 405, 435, 562-563, 702, 953 19, 90, 181, 226, 274, 336, 454, 519, 810
Corpse-snatching 961-962  
Corry, Alexander 44, 81, 541  
Cosgrove, William L.   314, 801
Cosmopolitan outlook Atlanta's 867-868  
Cotton 529, 536, 548-549, 849, 909 204-205, 285, 637-641, 663, 775
Cotton effects of World War I on   638-641, 663
Cotton loans on   639-640
Cotton planting, wartime 529, 536, 548-549  
Cotton trade 849, 909 638-641
Cotton warehouses   640-641
Cotton Exposition, International, 1881   29-34, 198
Cotton Exposition, International, attitude of Atlantans toward   33-34
Cotton Exposition, International, buildings and grounds of   31-32
Cotton Exposition, International, effects of   34
Cotton Exposition, International, executive committee of   30
Cotton Exposition, International, exhibits of   31
Cotton Exposition, International, special days of   32-33
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895   155, 157, 311-331
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 awards and exhibits of   324-325
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 buildings of   322-324
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 financial dilemma of   329-330
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 general construction scheme of   321-324
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 government appropriation for   319-321
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 most important events of   326-329
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 official bird's-eye view of (illus,)   317
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 officers and directors of   314-315
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 opening of   325-326
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 organization of   313-316
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 significant result of   330
Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 special days of   326-329
Cotton States and International Exposition of 18955 Women's Board of   315-316
Council, Atlanta city 260, 263-265, 271, 282-283, 309-310, 330-332, 342-343, 361, 372-373, 378, 387-389, 406, 424-425, 436-438, 451-453, 477-478, 510-511, 525, 546-548, 563-564, 669-670, 680, 696-697, 702, 733, 775, 778, 791-792, 801, 821, 828, 859, 875, 877, 891, 902, 910, 935, 953 , 1, 15, 37, 53, 78, 87, 107, 130, 164, 207, 226, 274, 294, 306-307, 335, 350, 377, 387, 408, 420, 437, 454, 466, 473, 492, 519, 539, 543, 545, 556, 562, 573, 589, 601, 610, 631, 657, 675, 698, 727, 755-756, 776, 788, 802, 819, 867, 869, 924-925, 927, 937, 945-946, 957, 1002
Council, Atlanta city, first 263-265, 271  
Council, Atlanta city, standing committees of 436  
Councilmen, Atlanta 263, 271-272, 282, 309, 331, 342, 353, 372, 387, 405-406, 424-425, 436, 451, 476, 496, 525, 546, 563, 669, 702, 733, 750, 801, 828, 859, 875, 891, 902, 910-911, 925, 935, 943, 953 1, 15, 37, 53, 69, 87, 107, 130, 164, 181, 207, 226, 249, 274, 294, 307, 335, 345, 353, 373, 387, 405-406, 420, 437, 454, 473, 492, 506, 519-520, 539, 556-557, 573, 589, 601, 631, 657, 675, 699, 727, 755, 776, 788, 802, 809, 819, 869, 925, 946
Country Life in Georgia in the Days of My Youth 112  
Country store, Southern 829  
County manager plan, Fulton County.   958
County mergers   893-894
Court of Appeals, State   507-508, 530, 631, 787
Courtland Street, Atlanta 116, 639, 654, 763, 930 127, 482, 492
Courts, Mrs. Malon C.   984
Courts, Richard W., Jr.   813, 958
Courts & Company   813
Covington 30, 134, 150, 218, 258, 551, 609, 677, 749, 917, 926 103, 169, 641, 818, 827, 846, 952
Covington Road 30, 64, 110, 112, 134, 191  
Cowart, Robert J. 861, 875  
Coweta County 6, 55, 70, 258 276, 294, 371, 447, 569, 617, 670-671, 883, 947
Coweta Judicial Circuit 801, 806-807  
See also Judicial circuits    
Cox, Albert H.   328, 848
Cox, Harvey W.   641-642
Cox, James M.   610, 985
Cox, William B. 903 41-42
Cox Female College   223
Cox-Carton Hotel   811
"Cow Ordinance " 910  
Crackers, The"   613-614, 798, 803, 881, 902, 913, 918-919
Crane, Benjamin E. 866 21, 29-30, 65, 71, 78, 82
Crawford, George W. 203, 226, 257, 869  
Crawford, Joel 156, 165  
Crawford, Joshua B.   554
Crawford, Robert 387-388, 563, 586, 669, 702, 733  
Crawford, William H. 38  
Crawford County 6, 23-24 119, 736
Crawford County, creation of   23-24
Crawford W. Long Hospital,   411, 530
Crawfordville 833 935
Creek Indians 1-6, 11-13, 16, 20, 23, 48-50, 55, 62, 139-140 1009
Creek-Cherokee boundary question 55, 72-73  
Creek-Cherokee boundary question, settled by United States, 1830 72-73  
Creek-whites boundary line 2-3  
Crematory   389, 574, 811
Crew, Benjamin B. 684, 758, 943 692
Crew, James R. 641, 696, 697-698 66, 962
Crew, James R., murder of 697-698  
Crew Street   529-530
Crime 31, 328-331, 341, 358-359, 697-698, 718-720, 746, 767-768, 792-793, 802 275-276, 364-365, 619-628, 648-650, 794, 798-799, 844-846, 894, 911-912, 918, 949 See also Murders
Criminal trials, noted   365, 619-628
Crisp, Charles R.   894
Crops, wartime 548  
Cross Keys 29, 59, 69, 601-602, 606 11, 383
Crowder case, the 80-81  
Crowley, Forrest Lee, murder of   301-304, 903
Crowley, Seaborn   277, 301-304, 485, 903
Crowley, W. D., suicide of   277
Crusselle, Edward   511
Crusselle,Thomas George Washington 199, 282, 400, 436, 481, 628, 634  
Cuba   113
Culberson, Alonzo "Bus"   846
Culberson,Hubert L.   506, 808
Culture 268, 540, 645-647, 706-708, 759-761, 802, 840, 868, 928-929, 938 63-64, 93, 165-169, 242-243, 255, 329, 341-342, 359, 375-378, 389, 393, 400, 480-481, 547-548, 566-569, 648, 661-662, 683, 760-764, 837, 997, 1009
Currency question 179, 194, 222-223, 513  
Currier, Charles E.   259, 412-413, 686, 724
Currier, Hilliard L. 353, 372, 400, 425, 427, 451, 525, 546, 563, 728  
Curtiss-Wright Flying Service   852
Custom house 922, 954  
Cuthbert 55 933
Cut-rate drug merchandising   75
Cyclorama of Battle of Atlanta 864 99-103
Cyclorama of Battle of Atlanta, made three-dimensional,   102
Cyclorama Building, Grant Park (illus,)   101
Dabbs, John 126, 133  
Dabney, William H. 211, 213, 662  
Dacula   252
Dade County   827
Dahlonega 72, 153, 162, 283, 312 935, 964
Daley, Walter R.   658, 836
Dallas   819
Dallis, Palmer Phelan   924
Dalton 582, 862 330, 371, 773, 922, 934, 964
D'Alvigny, P. P. Noel 651-652, 654, 941 495, 857
Dances   761-763
Dancing 537 400, 581, 761-762, 804, 920, 983, 986-987
Daniels, Josephus, visits Atlanta   739
Danielsville 2  
Darlington Apartment, Atlanta 143  
Darnell, T. M., 4387-388    
Daughters of American Revolution 16, 50 242-243, 576, 591, 633
Daughters of American Revolution, Atlanta Chapter 16 242-243, 591
Daughters of American Revolution, charter members of   242
Daughters of American Revolution, regents of   242-243
Dargan, Milton   511, 760
Dargan, Mrs. Milton   511, 760
Davidson, James A. 64  
Davidson's   484
Davis, Edward C.   529-530, 892
Davis, Ezekiel A. 283, 545  
Davis, Jefferson 496-497, 548, 564, 575, 603-604, 643-644, 695 116-117, 200
Davis, Jefferson, Atlanta memorial service for   200
Davis, Jefferson, visits Atlarita 496-497 116-117
Davis, John W., apprehended for murder 50-5l  
Davis, Larkin H. 750 67
Davis, Mrs. Jefferson, visits Atlanta   242
Davis, Winnie, visits Atlanta   116-117, 242, 362
Davis Hall 724-725, 736, 776, 782-783, 786, 810 67
Davis Airlines, Inc.   851
Davis-Fisher Sanitorium   529-530
Davison, Beaumont   664, 812-813
Davison-Paxon-Stokes Company   812-813, (illus,) 889
Dawson 55 836, 884
Dawson, William C. 173  
Dawson County 4  
Dawsonville   724, 964
Daylight saving time   738, 929
Dean, Samue1 387-388  
Dearing, William 79, 147  
Death roster, annual 335, 360-361, 418-421, 430-431, 460, 514-518, 541-542, 554-556, 661-662, 728-729, 767-768, 797, 823-824, 850-852, 869-870, 889, 899-900, 907-908, 923-924, 933, 940-941, 949-951, 961 10-11, 34-35, 50-51, 66-67, 84-85, 103, 127-128, 160-161, 176-177, 201-202, 225, 246, 271-272, 291-292, 304-305, 331-332, 342-344, 3SO-351, 371, 385-386, 398-400,, 416-417, 434-435, 447-452, 468-470, 489-490, 504-505, 512-514, 531-534, 553-555, 569-571, 585-587, 597-599, 617-619, 653-655, 670-671, 691-695, 723-725, 736-737, 772-773, 778-779, 784-785, 792-794, 800-801, 807-808, 817-818, 825-828, 835-837, 846-848, 857-860, 882-884, 890-893, 901-903, 914-915, 921-924, 933-935, 946-948, 952-955, 963-966, 992-997, 1004-1005
Debs, Eugene V., visits Atlanta   335
Debutante Clubs   581-583, 689, 761, 816-817
Debutante balls   761
Debutante balls, parties   761-762, 764
Debutante balls, war work   741
Decatur 4, 9, 17, 18, 25-26, 28, 30, 44, 57, 63-64, 69, 73, 102, 104, 121, 134, 152, 168-169, 191, 193, 208-209, 211, 213, 221-222, 247, 270, 279, 286, 307-309, 330, 361-363, 424, 433, 445, 494, 602, 606-607, 609-610, 615, 621, 638, 648, 650, 662, 694, 779, 819, 842, 847, 852, 860, 923 11, 54, 84, 90, 110, 133, 160-161, 194-197, 228, 252, 286-288, 304, 348-350, 416, 420, 426, 437-438, 451, 526, 532, 544-545, 554, 569, 597, 675, 693, 725, 737, 776, 778, 790, 834-835, 846, 848, 857, 866, 902, 923, 946, 953, 965, 972, 1002
Decatur, growth of   834-835
Decatur, incorporated as county seat of De Kalb County 25-26  
De Kalb County, officials of   835
De Kalb County, picture of, in 1890's   287-288
Decatur, Stephen 26, 73  
Decatur Academy 103  
Decatur Cemetery 110, 117, 444, 494, 516, 542, 889, 900  
Decatur Commissioners, provisions for 25-26  
Decatur Gold Mining Company 81  
Decatur Methodist Church 59  
Decatur Presbyterian Church 51, 59, 847  
Decatur Road 30, 620  
Decatur Street, Atlanta 190, 199, 205, 215, 236, 587, 650, 654, 657, 879-880, 927 17, 84, 150, 542-543, 607-609, 701, 823, (illus,) 981
Decatur Street, Atlanta, life along   607-609
Decatur Watchman 80  
Defense lines, Atlanta 567-569  
Defense lines, Atlanta, Confederate, Atlanta, 1864 (illus,) 571  
Defense troops, Atlanta, inspection of 589  
DeFoor, Martin, and wife, murder of 959-960  
DeGive, Laurent 840-841, 957 71-72, 278-281, 299-301, 569, 923
DeGive's Opera House 840-841, 8SO 43, 50, 110, 158, 170, (illus,) 232, 241, (illus,) 278, 297, 299-301, 310, 329, 335, (illus,) 716, 782
De Kalb, Baron Johann 24  
De Kalb County 3-6, 9, 13, 17-18, 20-35 passim, 38-70, 72-247, 256-257, 266-268, 273, 281, 283-286, 304-314, 328-330, 333, 337-342, 345-346, 349-350, 358-361, 389, 405-406, 414-415, 424, 435-436, 448, 451, 4S4, 459-460, 479-480, 494-495, 536, 545, 562, 647, 660-662, 673-675, 680-682, 693-695, 701-702, 709, 720-721, 740, 747-748, 767, 779, 793-794, 801, 806-807, 815, 824, 842, 852-855, 860, 870, 884, 892, 906, 908, 911, 923-924, 926, 933, 941, 946, 958, 960 10-12, 19, 54, 84, 90, 98, 107-110, 115-116, 131-134, 181, 226, 272, 274, 286-288, 292, 304, 307, 332, 336, 348-349, 353, 370-371, 389, 420, 437-438, 454, 500, 512, 519-520, 544-545, 554, 586, 589, 598, 632, 674-675, 692, 712, 720, 749, 755, 772, 776, 778, 784, 790, 793, 802, 806-807, 818, 834-835, 837, 839, 847, 857, 891, 922, 933-935, 946, 953, 965-966, 993-995, 1008
De Kalb County, boundaries of 24 1008
De Kalb County, boundary between Gwinnett County and 4, 76  
De Kalb County, centennial of   790
De Kalb County, creation of 23-24  
De Kalb County, districts of 4, 26, 28-29, 41, 51-52, 57, 69-70, 74-75, 175-176, 241, 285 934
De Kalb County, earliest settlers, sources of 31  
De Kalb County, alphabetical list of 83-97  
De Kalb County, growth of   834-835
De Kalb County, natural wonder of 81-82  
De Kalb County, organization of 20-26  
De Kalb County, physical development of 28-30, 52-53, 56-58, 64-65, 69-70, 75-77, 108-110, 119-121, 125-127, 147-152, 156-160, 164-169, 173-175, 180, 188-191, 193, 200-201, 208-209, 218-221, 232-236, 245-246, 267-268, 312-314, 333, 544-545  
De Kalb County, selection of countv seat for 25-26 348-349
De Kalb County, towns and villages of, 1880 11-12  
De Kalb County Academy 41, 58, 73  
De Kalb County Academy, trustees of 58  
De Kalb County Bible Society 59  
De Kalb County Commissioner   972
De Kalb County courthouse 24-25, 77, 119-120, 175, 244-245, 674, 693, 860 348-349, 674-675
De Kalb County courthouse fire destroys 175, 193, 244, 281 674-675
De Kalb County courthouse first 24-25  
De Kalb County courthouse repairing 119-120  
De Kalb County courthouse second 77, 244, (illus,) 245  
De Kalb County courthouse third   348-349, 674-675
De Kalb Manufacturing Company 111  
De Kalb Standard 32  
De Los L. Hill, Jr. Memorial Dental Clinic for Children   890-891
Delta Air Lines   852
De Mille, Cecil B., visits Atlanta   920
Democrat, The 251  
Democrats 35, 173, 205, 271, 285, 298, 387, 389, 423, 473, 684-685, 776, 779, 782-786, 789, 804, 827-828, 831, 833, 859, 870-871, 874-875, 891, 902, 910, 925, 933, 935, 941 2-3, 50, 55, 80-84, 119, 198, 205, 226, 250, 252, 334, 345, 389, 454, 601-602, 764, 777, 637-638, 894, 897-899, 931-932, 956
Demorest   946
Dempsey, Levi 5, 64  
Dennis, Eloise Nelms   648-650
Dentist's bill, 1887 (illus,)   134
Dentists 119, 153, 453, 815-816, 907, 956 134, 505, 890-891
Department of ~I\rchives and History, Georgia 9 (illus,) 463, 735
Depression, economic, of 1930's   669, 732, 856, 866, 894-897, 904-907, 955
De Soto, Hernando 1  
Detectives   570, 758, 794-795, 845, 884, 944, 950, 952
Dewberry, Benjamin Franklin    
Dewberry, Benjamin Franklin, Heroic death of   523-524, 886
Diamond, James 5, 26, 58, 133, 174-175, 180, 424  
Dickey, James L., Jr.   460, 637
Dickey, Mrs. James L., Jr.   762
Dickson, William M.   137, 207
Diesel engines   1002
Dinkler-Plaza Hotel   605
Directory, Atlanta 279, 460-461, (illus,) 462, 463-466, 715, (illus,) 745, 761, (illus,) 762, 763, 841, 848, 865-866 8, 43-45, 70, 230-231, 267, (illus,) 298, 343, 464-465, 782-783
Directory, Decatur   835
Disabled American Veterans of the World War   831, 880
Discipline cases, early church 39, 59, 68  
Disreputable sections, Atlanta 288, 298 26-28, 265
Dixie Terminal Building   873
Dixon, Thomas   442
Dobbs, Harry F.   792
Dobbs, R. Howard, Jr.   238
Dobbs, R. Howard, Sr.   914
Dobbs, Samuel Candler   123, 125-126, 756, 767-771, 951
Dobbs, T. A. 28  
Doctors. See Physicians    
Dodd, Green T.   54, 180
Dodge, Grenville M. 600  
Doe, Daniel D.   120-121
Donald Fraser High School 847  
Donehoo, James 60, 368  
Donors, list of outstanding, to welfare of Atlanta area   771
Dooly County 6, 20-22, 362 903
Doonan, Aloysius A. "Al"   880, 946
Doonan, Terrence 383, 662 569
Doraville 139, 246, 860 11, 115, S44, 724, 1004-1005
Dorsen, A. Robert   961
Dorsey, Hugh M. 835 571, 620-621, 673-674, 727, 739, 744, 746, 763, 765-766, 775, 781, 925, 954
Dorsey, Mrs. Hugh M.   763
Dorsey, Roy   934
Dorsey, Rufus T.   71, 130, 345, 55, 3, 755, 934, 954
Dougherty, David H., home of   886-887
-Dessa   886-887
Dougherty County 362, 790, 855 959
Douglas, Hamilton   341
Douglas, Mrs. Hamilton, Sr.   922
Douglas, Stephen A. 473, 855  
Douglas, Stephen A., visit to Atlanta of 473  
Douglas County 855 67, 90, 793, 952, 993
Douglas County, creation of 855  
Douglasville 55, 73, 855 167
Dozier, Mrs. M. C.   122-124
Draft registration, World War I   717
Drama 540, 724-725, 795, 840, 928-929 257, 281, 299-301, 309, 356, 359, 410, 962-963, 977-982, 991
Driver's License Law   950
Drought   937
Druid Hills 59, 63 525-527, 539-540, 643, 662, 764, 782, 866, 890, 930, 934
Druid Hills Golf Club 63 590-591, 781, 884
Dublin 3  
Duckworth, Joseph B.   852
Dueling 546, 777, 791 198-200
Duke, Doris   434
Duke, Nannie Holt   434
Duluth 127  
Duncan, John W. 496, 551, 563, 662, 712, 823  
Dunning, James L. 628-629, 679, 705, 736, 739, 802, 893, 908 435
Dunwody, John 153-154  
Durand, S. A. 714  
Earhart, Amelia (Mrs. George Palmer Putman)   920, 932
Earhart, Amelia visits Atlanta   920
Early County 362  
Earthquake of 1861 493  
Earthquake of 1886   113-115
East Atlanta 200, 616-617, 619 286, 539
East Atlanta Land Company   188, 234
East College Avenue, Decatur 30  
East Lake   368-369, 460, 520, 526, 532, 839, 954
East Lake Country Club   460-461, 881
East Point 64, 333, 622, 636, 638, 849-850 13, 112, 134-135, 394, 687, 747, 808, 831, 848, 866, 914, 935, 964-965, 972, 1008
East Ponce de Leon Avenue, Decatur 64, 30, 79  
East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad   43-45, 64-65, 295
Easter sunrise service   920
Eastern Air Transport   852
Eastern standard time   929
Eastman 3  
Eatonton 3, 101, 122 400, 532-533
Economic topics, convention to discuss, 1831 101  
Economy, governmental 179  
Eddy, Mary Baker   110
Edgewood 946 11, 152, 171, 221, 255, 539, 800, 866, 946
Edgewood Avenue, Atlanta 60-61, 116, 915, 946 158, 188-190, 211, 259, 398, 444, 460, (illus,) 542, 574, 802, 821, 823
Editors 233-234, 251, 279, 340, 399, 426, 454, 480, 540, 572-573, 675, 684-685, 761, 772, 788-791, 827, 840, 927-928 53, 57-58, 93, 201, 255, 394, 438, 498-499, 595-596, 842
Education 31, 40-41, 58, 137, 215-216, 247-250, 268, 283-284, 334-335, 341, 446-448, 456-458, 497-498, 510, 675-676, 709-710, 742-744, 748-749, 753, 777, 820-823, 876-879, 899, 906, 943, 954-955 28-29, 72-73, 169-174, 194-197, 206, 212, 267, 297, 320, 394, 412, 549, 595-597, 641-647, 658-660, 673, 795-796, 811, 828, 834, 839, 855-856, 932-933, 973, 1004-1005
Education, Negro 742-744, 820, 822-823, 954-955 28-29, 72, 206, 212, 320, 659-660, 839, 855-856
Education, pioneer 31, 40-41, 58, 137, 215-216, 247-250, 268, 283-284, 356-357  
Education, of poor 40-41, 58, 284, 357, 442, 446-447, 458, 570, 710  
Education, provision for statewide free 777, 820-822  
Education Association. Georgia 748-749  
Education Bill, 1866 710  
Edwardsville 926 13
Egan Park   895-896
Eggleston, B, B., Atlanta commandant 676-677  
Egleston, Thomas.   429, 443, 576, 693-695
Egleston, Thomas. will of.   694
Egleston Memorial Hospital   690, 694-695
Elam, Samuel C. 405  
Elbert County 362, 554, 923 103, 772, 935, 964
Elberton 2 252, 385, 569
Elbow Bend   265
Election, Atlanta's first municipal. (illus,) 264  
Election disturbances 859  
Elections, conduct of early 38  
Electric appliances   430
Electric lighting   10, 15, 87-88, 183, 281, 309, 460, 828
Electric lighting rates   425-429
Electric streetcars   188-191
Electricity, industrial use of   176
Elkins, Mrs. William S.   546-547
Elkins, William S.   424, 546-547, 576, 686, 948
Elliott, James H.   775-776
Elliott Street 61, 627  
Ellis, Frank   760, 847
Ellis, James M. 118  
Ellis, James N.   892
Ellis, Mrs. Frank   760
Ellis, William D.   633, 847
Ellis Street, Atlanta 116, 118, 626, 639, 654 256, 323, 388
Elsas, Jacob 807-809 71, 135, 170, 258, 280, 808, 903
Ellsberry, Lindsey 5, 76  
Emancipation Proclamation 553, 689  
Emily Winship Woodruff Maternity Center   530-531
Emory College 216 573, 660, 755
Emory University 63, 482 258, 593, 641-647, 743
Emory University, Asa G. Candler's interest in and association with   642-644, 647
Emory University, buildings of   644-647
Emory University, early history of   641-642
Emory University, endowments of   642, 644, 646-647
Emory University, Graduate School   645
Emory University, Medical School   644-645
Emory University, Medical Unit, World War I   743
Emory University, Memorial Surgical Pavil-ion   646
Emory University, presidents of   645
Emory University, School of Business Administration   645-648
Emory University, School of Law   645
Emory University, School of Theology   645
Emory University Hospital 482 482-483, 531
Engineer:, Atlanta City 733, 750, 828, 859, 875, 891, 902, 911, 925, 953 1, 15, 87, 130, 164, 181, 207, 226, 249, 262, 274, 307, 335, 345, 373, 388, 409, 420, 573, 850
Engineers 147, 173, 180, 183-185, 188, 227, 240, 259, 273, 332, 383, 400, 733, 750, 828, 859, 875, 891, 902, 911, 924-925, 953 Vol.2, 1, 164, 274, 721, 777, 790-791, 796, 835, 850, 858, 872, 888, 925-926
English, James Warren 935, 952, 956 15, 18, 21, 37-38, 65, 69, 71, 135, 158, 164, 180, 191, 207, 226-227, 238, 240, 249, 258, 279, 315, 373, 388, 420, 433, 477-478, 487, 493, 542, 596, 712, 764, 966
English, James W., Jr.   334, 683
English, Mrs. James Warren   411
Enon Baptist Church (illus,) 324  
Enquirer, Columbus 177  
Enterprise, The 234, 251  
Episcopal churches 240, 247-248, 268-270, 427, 586, 589, 630, 652-653, 813, 843-844 442-443
Episcopalians 239-240, 247-248, 268-270, 295, 434, 586-589, 630, 653, 844 442-443
Equitable Building   231, 234-235, 259, 412, 427
Erlanger, Theater   962-963
Erskine; John 679, 778 332, 591
Erskine l\lemorial Fountain   591
Erwin, Thomas C.   779
Estill, J. H.   420
Etheridge, Frank G.   961
Etheridge, Paul S.   759, 901
Etowah 711  
Etowah River 4, 72, 82, 148-149, 164, 211, 582  
Evangelists   709-711
Evans, Clement A.   586
Evans, Hiram Wesley   669, 968
Evans, John 5  
Evans, Mrs. Lettie Page Whitehead   646
Evans County   894
Evan's District, De Kalb County 33  
Evins, John Leroy 42, 151, 661  
Evins, Nancy Baugh 42-43, 151  
Examiner, -Atlanta 377  
Exchange Place   574, 666, 802
Execution, De Kalb County's first legal 79-80  
Executions, first two Fulton County 444-446  
Execution Council of Georgia 11  
Exhibitions 552, 696-697 67, 323
Explosions, ammunition train 633-634  
Exposition Cotton Mills 802 41-42, 136, 339, 353
Expositions. See Fairs Expressway system 1005  
Ex-slaves, problem of 677-678, 689-691, 721  
Ezra Church, battle of 611 (illus,) 623-625 392, 423
Ezra Church, battle of, casualties of 625  
Ezzard, William 53, 58, 63, 81, 202, 210-211, 213, 217, 236, 257, 318-319, 323, 337, 346, 405-406, 409, 424, 435" 440, 476, 496, 508, 510, 517, 545, 551, 563, 729, 750, 801, 827-828, 865-866, 935 19, 161, 440, 447, 886
Fairs 238-239, 247, 298, 318-322, 754-756, 842-843, 884 10, 29-34, 145-155, 311-331, 390, 663-666
Fairs, De Kalb County 884  
Fairs, Gate City Guard   10
Fairs, Southern Central Agricultural Society 238-239, 298, 318-322  
Fairs, State 842-843 157
Fairs, Stone Mountain 247  
Factories, Federal army destruction of 595-597  
Fairburn 71, 632, 855 621, 894
Fairburn Road 54, 245  
Fairless Street   267, 561
Fall, Abram B. 211  
Families, heads of, Atlanta 305-306  
Families, heads of, Decatur 307-309  
Family Welfare Society   483-484, 690
Fannin County   570, 994
Fant, David J.   973-974
Farm income, Georgia   937
Farm land, Fulton County acquires good   894
Farmers   204-205
Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union, National   205
Farmers' Alliance movement   205-206, 252
Farmers' Alliance, State   205, 252
"Farmers' Legislature"   206
Farr, Thomas 194  
Farrar, Geraldine   459, 547, 566-567
Farrar, John 372, 387-388, 425  
Farrar, Robert M.   15, 87, 130, 164, 181, 554
Farrow, T. Stobo 891 5
Fashions, feminine   761
Fasting and prayer, day of 564  
Fayette County 6, 17, 20-24, 28, 64, 70, 104, 389, 434, 855 586, 772, 847, 892, 902, 940
Fayette County, Commissioners of 21, 23  
Fayette County, Inferior Court, Justices of 21-23  
Fayette County, Justices of the Peace 21  
Fayette County, organization of 20-23  
Fayette County, selection of County seat for 26  
Fayette County, source of name of 24  
Fayetteville 26, 29, 57 350, 505, 550, 673, 940, 944, 954
Fayetteville Academy   622
Fayetteville Road 30, 57, 284-285, 615  
Federal, appointments, postwar, for Georgia 679  
Federal, destruction of Atlanta 650-662  
Federal, loans   897
Federal, officers' headquarters in Atlanta 637-640  
Federal, relief   916-918
Federal Army 427, 493, 545, 550-551, 562-663, passim  
Federal Army, at. beginning of Atlanta Campaign 575-578  
Federal Emergency Housing Corporation   909
Federal Reserve Bank, Atlanta 956 635-637, 716, 857, 904
Federal Reserve Bank Com-mission   636
Federal Reserve Banking Act   635
Federal Reserve banks   635-637
Federal Union, Georgia 120, 152  
Federal Union, Milledgeville 313  
Fee system superseded by salary system   802
Felder, Thomas S. 722  
Fellowship 77-78  
Fellowship Baptist Church 77-78  
Felton, Mrs. W. H.   316, 328
Felton, Rebecca Ann Latimer 112, 159, 191-192 787
Felton, William H. 112  
Ferguson, Daniel P. 673, 702, 733, 747 554
Ferriers, pioneer 30-31, 43, 69-70, 76, 108, 127, 246, 344 952
Fiction   939-943
Fifteenth Amendment to United States Constitution, ratification of 805, 830, 832  
Fillmore, Millard 271, 377-378, 405, 939  
Fillmore, Millard, Atlanta entertains 377-378, 939  
Finances, Atlanta 425, 452, 669-670, 733, 802, 855-856, 902-903, 943 179, 402, 539, 560-562, 663, 697, 699, 777, 779, 794, 820, 838-839, 916, 937, 950, 997
Finances, De Kalb County 794  
Finances, Georgia   869, 924
Finances, Fulton County 428, 459, 478 924
Fink, Albert 922  
Fire, Atlanta's big   700-706 730-731
Fire, burned area of, described   730-731
Fire, progressive results of   705, 730-731
Fire, property losses from   704-706
Fire, relief measures for sufferers in   705
Fire alarm bell 754-757  
Fire bell silenced   565
Fire chiefs   38-39, 87, 130-131, 164, 182, 207, 228, 249, 274, 336, 502, 506, 528, 704, 729, 784, 848, 880, 910-911, 925, 943, 962, 973
Fire engine �Ta!1ulah, " about 1866 (illus,) 704  
Fire engine house auction   226-227
Fire engines 653, 658, 704, 723, 754-757  
Fire horses   676, 728-729
Fire replaced by motor trucks   676
Fire limits, Atlanta 425  
Fire service test 918  
Fire Battalion, Atlanta 573-574  
Fire Companies, Atlanta 317-318, (illus,) 364, 409-410, 437, 455-456, 480, 488, 496, 508, 529, 542, 653, 704, 754-757, 809-810, 865, 918  
Fire Department, Atlanta 529, 573, 628, 704, 722-723, 757, 809-810, 865, 914 37-38, 87, 130, 164, 182-184, 207, 226-227, 249, 262-263, 274, 338-339, 390, 395, 410, 433-434, 501-502, 507, 528-529, 616-617, 658, 676, 700-706 passim, 728-729, 746, 778, 784, 792, 810, 831, 880, 910-911, 925, 928-929, 943, 962, 1005
Fire Department, drum and bugle corps 390  
Fire Department, fatalities 865 183-184, 507, 529, 616-617, 778, 784, 792, 831, 910, 929
Fire Department, first paid   37-38
Fire Department, tournament 809-810  
Fire-fighting apparatus   728-729
Firehouses 754-757  
Fires 175, 193, 281, 295, 316-317, 344, 455-456, 649-659, 723-724, 810, 814, 865, 876, 922 37, 58-60, 91, 157, 183-184, 283, 296-297, 336-339, 395, 398, 409-410, 433-434, 495-497, 525, 527-529, 549, 566, 591, 606, 634, 658, 674-675, 700-706, 729-731, 771, 798, 807, 831, 870-871, 911, 928-929, 943, 949, 962, 1004-1005
First air meet, Georgia's   584
First airmail letter received in Atlanta   584
First Atlanta-built airplane   843
First amusement park, Atlanta's 272  
First apartment-type building in Atlanta   94-95
First artificial street lighting, Atlanta 355  
First Atlanta citizen nominated for State governor 393  
First Atlanta newspaper to print colored cuts   394
First automobile accessories in Southern States   416
First baby in Atlanta 195-196  
First banking agency, Atlanta's 251  
First Board of Health, Atlanta's 217, 265  
First brick building erected in Atlanta 236  
First building and loan association, Atlanta's 360  
First chiropractor in Georgia   965
First church in Atlanta 247  
First church in South to broadcast Sunday service   759
First city council, Atlanta 217  
First Coca-Cola branch manufacturing plant   125
First Coca-Cola dividend   125
First daily newspaper, Atlanta's 279, 377  
First draft of men from Atlanta, War Between the States 497  
First electric lights in Atlanta   10
First electric streetcar in Georgia   189
First fair, Atlanta's 318-322  
First Federal slum clearance    
First project in United States   920
First four-lane highway, Georgia's   950
First "garage" in Atlanta   416
First graduates of Georgia Tech   171
First hanging in De Kalb County 80-81  
First homicide, Atlanta's 272-273  
First hospital, Atlanta 355  
First -hotel in Decatur 44  
First house in Marietta 101  
First house on Decatur Street 199  
First housing project in United States   908
First Incumbent to hold two De Kalb County offices simultaneously 525  
First InstitutIon in United States to be asked to apply for Phi Beta Kappa   196
First interment at Oakland Cemetery 315-316  
First Italian opera in Atlanta 725  
First Jewish citizen in Marthasville 214-215  
First judge of Cherokee Circuit 107  
First lawyer in Atlanta 217  
First lawyer in Marietta 77  
First man to mention Andrew Jackson for President 79  
First man-made construction in downtown Atlanta 167  
First manufacturing enterprise, Atlanta's 206  
First map of Atlanta 353  
First Masonic lodge, Atlanta's 250-251  
First medical society, Atlanta's 375  
First merchant in South to employ woman salesperson 887  
First merchants in Decatur 66  
First municipal election, Atlanta's 263-264  
First municipal swimming pool for Negroes   789
First National Bank, Atlanta (illus,) 735, 776  
First National Bank Building 57  
First national bank to operate in Cotton States 685  
First Negro to graduate from West Point 512  
First newsboy in Atlanta 297, -  
First -newspaper in Atlanta 233-234  
First newspaper in Dixie to open own broadcasting station   58, 791-792
First obituary published in De-Kalb County 53  
First office-building skyscraper , Atlanta's   136
First Ordinary, De Kalb County 340  
First original treatise on rail-road building 148  
First overseas telephone call from Atlanta   842
First permanent settler to build own home in downtown Atlanta 115  
First plateglass show windows in Atlanta 764  
First post office, Atlanta's 237-238  
First post office, De Kalb County 17-18  
First post-war sermon 663  
First printing office and newspaper, De Kalb County 79-80  
First public school, Atlanta 357  
First public school teachers, Atlanta's 878  
First railroad, tramway, with metal tracks 55  
First railroad charter, Georgia 79  
First ray of organized religious Iife 38  
First real estate agency in Atlanta 274  
First resident lawyer of Atlanta 211  
First resident physician of Atlanta 39  
First school in Atlanta for colored children 742  
First School Commissioner, Georgia's 847  
First school to open in Atlanta after Sherman's departure 675-676  
First school teacher, Atlanta's 216  
First secretary of state, Georgia's 424  
First sermon preached in Atlanta 239-240  
First social function in Atlanta 166  
First soda fountain in Atlanta 766  
First State senator from Fulton County 390  
First steam fire engine in Atlanta 723  
First successful steam locomotive 78  
First successful use of anesthesia 322  
First Sunday school, Atlanta's 247  
First superintendent of Atlanta's public schools 748  
First telegram, Atlanta's 278  
First telephone conversation, Atlanta's   23-24
First television station in South   1004
First theatre, Atlanta's 375, 587  
First touchdown scored in Georgia   269
First train, Atlanta's 191-193  
First train, Georgia Railroad, to Atlanta 218-221  
First train, Macon & Western, to Atlanta 234-236  
First transcontinental flight   585
First trap-pigeon -shooting event, Atlanta's 843  
First tunnel built in Georgia 313-314  
First two-story house in Atlanta 189-190  
First weather forecasts by radio 947  
First white male child born in Atlanta 119  
First woman to attend University of Georgia   901
First woman bank teller in Atlanta   191
First woman doctor in Atlanta   808
First woman to head an Atlanta ministerial department   728
First woman to hold seat in United States Senate 112, 479 787
First woman member of State Legislature   788
First woman railroad president in world   808
First woman stenographer in Atlanta   966
First National Bank of Atlanta 686 191, 237, 433, 473, 856-857, 901, 911
First National Bank Building 915 856-857
First Presbyterian Church, Atlanta   759-760
Fisher, Luther C.   529-531
Fitzgerald 522  
Five Points 237, 263, 587, 615, 659 77, 121, 234, (illus,) 259, 332, 579, 688, 715, 739, 746, 758, 779, 821-822, 870, 916, 930, 938, 948, 964
Flag raising   715
Flatiron Building (illus,)   996
Flemington   994
Flint River 5, 55, 638  
Flippen   395
Flipper, Festus 512  
Flood, Ohio River   610
Floral emblem, State   673
Florence Crittenden Home for Girls 627  
Florida real estate boom   813-814
Flowers, Leo "Tiger"   824, 847
Flowery Branch 15  
Floyd, Charles 162  
Floyd County 107 500, , 621, 993
Flynn, Kate Dougherty   85-86
Flynn, John Hughes 877, 886, 902-903, 910, 943 85-86
Football   173-174, 267-269, 289-291, (illus,) 321, 349-350, 708-709, 733-734, 843-844, 921
Football play, weird   844
Football score, record   709
Foote, Walter O.   792, 914
Force, Julia, murders sisters   277-278
"Force Bill" I, 115    
Ford Motor Company plant, Hapeville   1004
Foreacre, Green J. 486-488, 523, 889, 954 63, 779
Foreman, Mrs. Robert L.   547
Foreman, Robert L.   545, 547
Forest Park 104  
Formwalt, Moses W. 263, 282, 288, 291, 347-349, 801 306, 848
Formwalt, Moses W., estate of 348-349  
Formwalt, Moses W., monument to 348  
Formwalt, Moses W., murder of 347  
Forrest Avenue, Atlanta 116, 933 702, 938-939
Forsyth 122, 144-145, 149, 151, 158, 350, 941 894, 923, 964
Forsyth, Ambrose B. 206, 213, 282, 315, 383, 405, 591, 869 489
Forsyth, John 62, 69, 72, 125-126  
Forsyth, Mrs. William   393
Forsyth, William G. 206 489
Forsyth County 4, 107, 362, 424 859, 892
Forsyth Street, Atlanta 774, 787, 802, 812, 863, (illus,) 2, 55, 78, 84, 228, 267, 528, 561, 574, 653, 688, (illus,) 716, 782, 803, 846, 859, 867, 875, 888, 988
Forsyth Street Bridge (original) erected 1891 (illus,)   253, 716
Forsyth Theater   574
Fort Barrington 2-3  
Fort Benning   781
Fort Daniel 11-12, 15, 28  
Fort Gaines 3  
Fort Gilmer, See Fort Peach tree    
Fort Hawkins 3  
Fort McPherson 752 111-113, 290, 297, 355, 460, 537, 687, 705, 714-715, 722, 740-744, 746, 749, 764, 790, 796, 931-932
Fort, role of, in World War I   714-715, 722, 740-744, 746, 749, 764, 1002
Fort Oglethorpe   487
Fort Peachtree 11-14, 17, 100, 149, 162  
Fort Scudder 162  
"Fort Peace"   682
Fort Street, Atlanta 116 700
For';. Valley 512  
Fortson, Blanton   944
Forward Atlanta Commission   814
Foster, A. B. (Bud)   936
Four-Mile Purchase 3  
Four-Minute Men   741-742
Fourteenth Amendment to United States Constitution, ratification of 779-780  
Fourth National Bank   191, 412, 473, 739, 797, 856-857
"Fourth Ward Riot 793  
Foute, A. M.   194
Fox, Amos   194, 632, 723
Fox Theater   187-188, 692
Frank, Leo M., case   571, 619-628, 673
Franklin 258  
Franklin, William Jasper "Goat Man"   106-107, 569
Franklin College 76  
Franklin County 3, 43, 54, 60, 177, 362, 940, 960  
Franklin D. Roosevelt High School 879  
Fraser, Carlyle   842
Fraser, Donald 846  
Frauds, election 387-388  
Freedmen's Aid Society 823  
Freedmen's Bureau, Georgia 690-691, 701, 705, 742, 744, 771, 776, 820  
Freight, rates, discriminatory 473  
Freight, railroad   466
Freight, terminals   603
Freight, wartime 533-534  
Freight Bureau, Atlanta   438, 466, 472
French, Daniel Chester   72
Fritz Orr Club   854-855
Fulton, Hamilton 100, 143, 363-365  
Fulton, Robert, 363, 365    
Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills 809 (illus,) 1006
Fulton Blues 497, 501  
Fulton Club   335
Fulton County 6, 8, 10, 20, 28, 30, 56, 60, n, 74-75, 81, 100, 126, 129, 153, '176, 201, 245, 324, 340, 356, 361-385, 389-393, 405-406, 412-414, 424, 427-429, 435, 442, 444-446, 448, 451, 456-458, 474-476, 478-479, 488, 493-495, 513, 545, 548-549, 562-563, 569-572, 585, 647, 659, 661, 673-675, 680, 691-693, 701-702, 708-709, 720, 728-730, 743, 746-748, 750, 768, 777, 779, 786, 793-794, 807, 860, 870, 884-885, 892, 911, 919, 933 12-14, 18-19, 54, 89-90, 95-98, 107, 130-131, 159, 181, 208-209, 223, 226, 249, 274, 307, 313, 336, 345, 353, 383, 387, 389, 420, 437, 449, 454, 460, 500, 506, 519, 531, 539, 554, 570, 574, 589, 624, 631-632, 634, 648, 660, 664, 670-671, 673-674, 694, 699, 712, 745, 759, 772, 776, 788, 798, 802, 808, 810-811, 827, 836-837, 848, 858-859, 891-897, 903, 914, 917, 934, 947, 952, 954, 956-960, 964, 1005-1009
Fulton County, boundaries of 363  
Fulton County, Campbell County merged with 71 893
Fulton County, creation of 361-365  
Fulton County, districts of 8, 10, 28, , 74-75 866, 896
Fulton County, Milton County merged with   893
Fulton County, records of, removed to safety 572  
Fulton County, source of name of 363-365  
Fulton County, statistics of, 1854 384  
Fulton County, towns and villages of, 1880   12-14
Fulton County Airport 257  
Fulton County Commissioners   54, 90, 107, 130-131, 181, 208, 226, 249, 274, 307, 345, 353, 374, 437, 466, 492, 506, 539, 574, 633, 660, 699, 759, 788, 798, 819, 901, 949, 956, 972
Fulton County courthouse 355, (illus,) 370, 380, 570, 572, 651, 691, 787, (illus,) 16, 19-20, 65, 116, 577-578, 603, 633, 1007
Fulton County Daily Reporter   212
Fulton County Democratic League   838
Fulton County Medical Society, 1, 888    
Fulton County Railroad Company   191
Fulton County Reformatory   896
Fulton County World War Dead Memorial   758
Fulton Dragoons 497  
Fulton National Bank   434, 550-551
Fulton Tower   627
Fulton-De Kalb Hospital Authority   259-260
Funerals, elaborate   24, 50, 200-201, 470, 1004-1005
Futrelle, Jacques   599, 736, 893
Futrelle, Mrs. J acques   599, 893
Gable, Clark   983, 986-987, 991
Gaines, Frank H.   195-196, 228, 800
Gainesville 4, 15, 213, 730, 816, 822 103, 397, 430, 469, 570, 914, 937-938, 946, 973
Gainesville tornado   937-938
Gallogly, Richard G. "Dick, "   844-846
Gambling 266, 288, 298, 369, 413, 869 758, 949
Gambling, raid   758
Gammon Theological Semi-nary 823 855-856
Garden Hills   811
Garner, Oscar Brown   773
Garnett, Charles Fenton Mercer 180, 185, 190, 221, 235, 237, 240, 257, 273  
Garnett Street   745
Garrett, Franklin M. title, i (illus,) X 975, 1004
Garrett, William J. 866 42, 72, 208, 228
Garrett's Bridge 30  
Garrison, Nehemiah 12, 15  
Gartrell, Lucius J. 415, 436, 496, 510, 621, 657, 752, 821, 847, 894, 903, 936 50, 246, 282
Gartrell, Lucius J., estate of 621  
Gas, natural   871
Gas lighting 396-397, 406, 712 87-88, 182
Gaskill, V. A. 736-737  
Gate City, name of, given to Atlanta 432  
Gate City Bank Building 957  
Gate City Guardian 426, 497  
Gate City Guard, Atlanta 110, 440-442, 497, 500, 508, 517-518, 954 10, 84, 116-117, 327, 576
Gate City Guard, Atlanta, casualties of 517  
Gate City Guard, Atlanta, northern tour of 954 576
Gate City Guard, war service of 517  
Gate City Hotel 653, 658 761
Gate City National Bank 919, 957 275-276
Gate City Railroad Company 957  
Gates, Charles, Sr. 27  
Gatins, Joseph F.   575, 948
Gault, Joseph 76-77  
Gault's Reports 77  
Gazette, De Kalb 79  
Gazetteers, State 18, 64, 73  
Geldert, Howard   611
General Electric Company, Southeastern District   176
General Motors plant, Doraville   1004-1005
Gentlemen's Driving Club 662 136-145, 151, 155-156, 161
Gentlemen's Driving Club, changes name to Piedmont Driving Club   155-156
Gentlemen's Driving Club, earliest extant membership list of   143-145
Gentlemen's Driving Club, presidents of   156
Genuine Parts Company   842
George, Walter F.   787, 819, 899, 931, 956
Georgia Air Line Railroad 363, 408-409, 452, 487, 730, 816  
Georgia and Alabama Rail-road 721  
Georgia Army 497, 499-507, 546, 555-556, See also Troops, Georgia  
Georgia Bankers' Association   636
Georgia Baptist Hospital 658 410-412
Georgia Bill 830-831  
Georgia, Carolina & Northem Railroad   252-254
Georgia Council of Defense   763
Georgia Electric Light Company   243, 409, 426
Georgia Federation of Labor   949
Georgia Federation of Music Clubs   890
Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs   673, 764
Georgia, Florida & Alabama Railroad   808
Georgia Illustrated 159  
Georgia Industrial College 847  
Georgia Institute of Technology   169-174, 212, 289-291, 414, 546, 613, 632, 708, 712, 715, 743, 746, 790, (illus,) 826, 832, 843-844, 881, 932, 1004-1005
Georgia Institute of Technology, Aviation School   743
Georgia Institute of Technology, board of regents of   174
Georgia Institute of Technology, buildings of   172-173
Georgia Institute of Technology, cooperative plan of   173
Georgia Institute of Technology, first year's enrollment of   171
Georgia Institute of Technology, football teams of   289-291, 708-709, 837, 843-844, 898, 965
Georgia Institute of Technology, original faculty of   171
Georgia Institute of Technology, presidents of   170, 173
Georgia Institute of Technology, R.O.T.C. units of   173
Georgia Institute of Technology, rules of   172
Georgia Institute of Technology, sports at   173-174
Georgia Institute of Technology, status today of   173
Georgia Institute of Technology, trustees of   173
Georgia Military Academy   715, 746
Georgia Military Academy, cadets   715, 781
Georgia Military Institute   130, 357
Georgia National Bank 713-714, 819, 823, 838  
Georgia Pacific Railroad 487 21-23, 118, 167, 295, 466, 785-786
"Georgia pike, " 509  
Georgia Power Company   243, 427, 430-433, 811, 871-872, 881, 942
Georgia Public Service Commission   853
Georgia Railroad 12, 44, 123, 125-126, 168-169, 173, 184, 188, 191, 206, 208, 218-221, 227, 236, 278, 377, 607, 609, 619, 633-634, 650-651, 662, 672, 682, 694, 711, 811, 887, 926 253, 1006
Georgia Railroad, completion of 218-221  
Georgia Railroad, freight depot (illus,) 887  
Georgia Railroad, relation of, to Decatur 168-169  
Georgia Railroad and Banking Company 122, 147, 150, 259, 292, 383, 408, 482, 534  
Georgia Railroad Company 79, 122, 144  
Georgia Railway & Electric Company   427-430, 432, 479, 509-510, 527
Georgia Railway, directors of   429
Georgia Railway-interurban electric line   479
Georgia Railway & Power Company   687-689, 720-721, 740-741, 790-792
Georgia Railway, strike   687-689
Georgia Savings Bank and Trust Company   380, 996
Georgia School of Technology 809  
Georgia Western Railroad 382-383, 487, 792 21
Georgia Western Railroad and 'Banking Company 383  
Georgian, Atlanta 722 498-499, 596, 781, 804-805, 921
Georgian-Terrace Hotel   565, 574-576, 603, 606-607, 719, 759, 762, 780, 811, 887, 982-983
Germans, the 923  
Gettysburg Address, Lincoln's 545  
Gholstin, Louis   65, 71, 438, 503, 723
Gibbs, Thomas Fortson 342  
Gilbert, Joshua 39, 132, 216-217, 265, 273, 289, 508, 515 448
Gilbert, Sterling Price   674, 771
Gilbert, William 201, 414 903
Gilmer, George Rockingham 12-13, 100, 156, 161  
Gilmer. J. F. 567-568  
Gilmer County 107, 162, 362  
Gilmer Street, Atlanta 13 492
Girl Scouts of America   690
Girls' Cotillon Club   816
Girls' High School. Atlanta 639, 879, 899 72-73, 850, 973, 1004
Glascock, Thomas 182  
Glascock County 182  
Glen. John 44, 133, 208, 211, 360, 372, 387, 389, 401, 409, 425, 865 332
Glenn, John Thomas   72, 164, 181, 200, 207, 224, 234, 240-241, 245, 258, 260, 385, 489
Glenn, Luther, J.. 1.435-436. 451-452, 661, 676. 735. 851 127, 181, 224, 291, 385  
Glenn, Mrs. Thomas K.   481
Glenn, Thomas K.   260, 413-414, 525, 638, 768-769, 771, 794, 856, 874, 958
Glenn, Wadley R.   531
Glenwood Avenue, Atlanta   789
Gloster   252
Gluck, Alma   568
Glynn County 3  
Goddard, John N.   412, 771
Gold 72, 81, 102, 277, 286, 728  
Gold, discovery of near Dahlonega 72  
Gold, Fever in De Kalb County, 1830 81  
Gold, in Fulton County 728  
Gold, rush, California 277 398
Gold, rush, Klondike   370
Golden, John, feuds with railroad 157-158  
Goldsmith, J. W. 875, 891, 902, 910, 911 201, 793, 817
Goldsmith, John, H. 891, 902, 925, 953 1, 15, 53, 87, 130, 164, 181, 207, 226, 274, 307, 335, 345, 373, 388, 402, 420, 426, 698, 728, 801
Goldsmith, Turner 349 272, 736, 801, 947
Goldsmith, Washington L. 870  
Golf   62, 173, 342, 368-369, 461, 564, 583-584, 590-591, 691, 875-882, 912-913, 962
Golf caddies   881
Golf champions. 368, 584, 691, 875-882, 912-913, 949, 962  
Golf courses   342, 368-369, 590-591, 820, 848, 913
Golf professionals   342
GoIfers outstanding   368-369, 583-584, 691, 833
Gompers, Samuel, visits Atlanta   311
Gone With the Wind 628, 820 369, 882, 937, 939-943, 949, 977-991
Gone With the Wind, moving picture version of   977-991
Gone With the Wind, players in order of appearance   979-982
Gone With the Wind, world premiere of   982-991 passim
Gone With the Wind ball   982-987
Goodall, Solomon 265  
"Goober, The"   874-875
Goodrum, Julia Ozburn 132-133  
Goodwin, Buford   781
Goodwin, John B. 231 41, 53, 69, 87, 127, 130, 164-165, 181, 207, 226, 249, 274, 279-280, 285, 294, 297, 437, 472, 492, 784
Goodwin, Solomon 102-103  
Goodwin, children of 103  
Goodwin, homeplace of 102-103  
Goodwin, Thomas H.   506, 535
Gordon, John Brown 393, 722, 773, 776-777, 781, 786, 835, 851, 888, 892-893, 905, 936, 940, 958 1-2, 6, 21-22, 50, 118-119, 139, 151, 153, 197, 204, 206, 359, 362, 469-470, 494, 504, 508-509, 713, 955
Gordon, elected governor   118-119
Gordon, funeral of   470
Gordon, monument   508-509
Gordon, "Sutherland" home of   470
Gordon, Mrs. John B.   508-509
Gordon, William Washington 145, 147  
Gordon County 870 923
Gordon Street   444, 540
Gould, Erastus Franklin   136, 180
Gould, Helen   240
Gould, Jay, visits Atlanta   239-240
Gould Building   483-484
Goulding, Francis R.   834
Governor, Georgia 53, 62-63, 69, 72, 99-100, 111, 113, 122, 125-126, 143-145, 147-149, 156, 161, 173, 180, 183-184, 190-192, 200, 203, 226, 257, 260, 282, 360, 363, 365, 393, 447-448, 451, 496, 524, 678-679, 685, 734, 773-774, 779, 870-871, 873-874, 908, 933, 939-940 1, 50, 55, 198, 205-206, 250, 294, 326, 334, 389, 420, 454, 487, 499-500, 506, 519, 556, 585, 597, 605, 632, 673, 775, 787, 801, 818, 869, 894, 936, 944, 948, 956, 1002, 1004
Governor's Horse Guard   116, 150, 487
Governor's mansion, Atlanta 164, 834-835, 871, 939 151, (illus,) 323, 801, 805
Grady, Gussie   234
Grady, Harriet Shedden (Mrs. Henry W., Jr.)   816
Grady, Henry W. 219, 235, 258, 756, 791, 884, 888, 892, 909, 927-928 3, 21, 29, 49, 55, 72, 76-77, 82-84, 117-119, 137, 142, 149-151, 153, 166-168, 170-171, 193, 200-202, 204, 215, 251, 328, 499, 516, 532, 781-782, 848, 891, 922, 943
Grady, famous Boston speech of   200
Grady, funeral of   201
Grady, Henry W., Jr.   168, 342, 387, 611
Grady, Mrs. Henry W.   153, 417
Grady, Henry W. monument   231-234, 297, 782
Grady, crowd at unveiling of (illus,)   232
Grady, unveiling of   232-234
Grady Memorial Hospital 809, 956 257-260, 389, 529, 670, 697, 921, 925, 938, 950-951
Grady Memorial Hospital blood bank   950-951
Grady Memorial Hospital trustees of   258, 274, 373, 420, 454, 951
Graft expose   867-868, 949
Graham, John H.   823
Graham, William H. 358-359  
Gramling, Charles   907
Gramling, George H. 925  
Gramling, Kennedy 230  
Gramling, John R.   19, 54, 87, 90, 137, 180
Gramling, William G. 903 177
Grand jury, De Kalb County 138-139, 151, 158, 169, 179-180, 193, 201-202, 210, 214, 222, 266, 273, 283-284, 310-311, 328-329, 340-342, 358, 392, 414-415, 430, 447, 459-460, 479, 513, 529, 536, 674-675, 693, 709, 720-721, 747-748, 794, 806 107
Gramling, William G. 903 177
Grand jury, De Kalb County presentments of 137-138, 151-152, 169, 201-202, 210, 222, 310-311, 328-329, 341-342, 358, 392, 414-415, 430, 447, 459-460, 479, 513, 529, 536, 674-675, 693, 709, 720-721, 747-748, 794, 806  
Gramling, William G. 903 177
Grand jury, Fulton County 368-370, 390-393, 396, 412-414, 427-429, 442, 449, 456-459, 478-479, 497-498, 513, 528-529, 548-549, 559-560, 569, 673-674, 691-693, 708-709, 720, 746-747, 750, 794, 807, 908 19, 303, 758, 867
Grand jury, Fulton County presentments of 368-370, 390-393, 396, 427-429, 442, 456-459, 478-479, 497-498, 513, 528-529, 548-549, 559-560, 569-572, 673-674, 691-693, 708-709, 720, 746-747, 750, 807  
Grand Ladies' Fair 754-756  
Grand Lodge of Georgia   549
Grand Opera House   334, 359, 533
Grand Theater 841 110, 278-281, 424, 778
Granite, Georgia 55 198, 367, 533, 801
Grant, Bryan M. "Bitsy"   882
Grant, Horace   537
Grant, Hugh Inman   174
Grant, John A. 859, 916 280, 513
Grant, John T. 886, 903 114, 160, 201
Grant, John W.   174, 280, 417, 460, 488-489, 511, 547, 576, 613, 632, 662, 760, 901, 963
Grant, Lemuel Pratt 332, 346, 383, 396, 409, 567-569, 571, 592, 662, 684, 696-697, 750, 760, 787, 792, 846, 875, 877, 897, 903, 916 1, 39, (illus,) 40, 45, 71-72, 131, 164, 180, 291, 343, 513, 965
Grant, Mrs. John W.   338, 347, 570, 760, 762-763
Grant, Mrs. William Daniel   271, 680, 693
Grant, Ulysses S. 549, 782, 830  
Grant, William Daniel   179, 207, 314
Grant, William G. 133 858
Grant, Alexander and Company 721-722  
Grant Field   174, 613, 798, 832, 843, 909, 920, 931
Grant Field, fire at   798
Grant Park, Atlanta 639 39-41, 88, 101-102, 109, 173, 184-186, 282, 3S7, 426, 591, 927-928, 996
Grant Place   737
Grantland, Seaton.   735
Grantville 333  
Grave markers, inscriptions on 15-17, 42, 44, 50, 102, 109-111, 154-155, 177, 196-197, 217, 257, 274, 316, 344, 348, 419, 431, 444, 494, 744, 933, 960 51, 351
Grave markers, oldest inscribed 110-111  
Graves. John Temple.   201, 498, 547, 596
   
Graves, pioneer 15-17, 42-44, 50-51, 56-57, 102, 109-111, 117, 154-155, 171, 177, 195-197, 207, 217, 257, 273-274, 316, 344, 347-348, 361, 419, 430, 608, 767  
Gray, James Richard   57-58, 279, 493, 596, 723
Gray, May Inman   57
"Greater Atlanta"   539, 557, 560, 848, 866
Green, Alston Hunter 256-237, 344, 495, 767  
Green,Clement Clay 673, 767-768 504
Green and Howell's Ferry 595, 661, 730, 767, 933  
Green and Howell's Ferry -Road 623, 919, 923  
Greenbacks 669-670  
Greene, Eleanor Raoul (Mrs-Harry L.)   737
Greene County 79, 661, 778, 902 76, 160, 400, 593
Greensboro 3, 151, 822 169, 818
Greenville 53  
Greenwood, Alfred B. 66  
Greenwood Avenue   701, 704
Greenwood Cemetery   460, 860
Gregg, Robert   414
Gresham, John J .   171
Gresham, Walter Q. 614, 619  
Greshamville   966
Gress, George V.   184-136
Griffin 163, 206, 572, 854, 869 55, 103, 335, 393, 482, 586, 622, 654, 891-892, 963, 993
Griffin, Daniel 183-184  
Griffith, David W.   465, 666
Grisley discovery, a 926  
Gross, Herman   766
Grove Dorothy Haverty, (Mrs. Lon)   761
Grubb, Samuel W. 859  
Gude, Albert Valdemar 772, 837  
Guests, distinguished Atlanta 377-378, 920, 939-940, 949, 933-954 33-34, 116-117, 149-155, 239-242, 255-256, 310-311, 327-328, 334-335, 358-359, 362, 383-384, 389-390, 424-425, 485-488, 545-547, 573-580, 709-711, 721-722, 739, 760-762, 764-766, 780-782, 831-833, 920-921, 930-932, 949, 977-991 passim, 1004
Gullatt, James E. 563, 733, 735, 750, 779 246
Gunby, William T. 342  
Gwinnett County 4-5, 8, 12, 15, 16, 24, 28, 30, 60, 63-64, 70, 99, 100, 127, 284, 344, 488, 779, 785, 892 127, 448, 452, 570, 573, 793, 818, 847, 882, 902, 923, 947, 966
Gwinnett County, boundary between De Kalb County and 4, 76  
Gwinnett County loses ground to De Kalb County 70  
Gwinnett County first courthouse in 16  
Gwinnett County population of 1820 5  
Haas, Aaron 910 65, 135, 164, 525, 598
Haas, Jacob 214-215 45, 71, 164, 181, 207, 227, 280, 388, 553
Habersham County 3, 4, 63, 99 295, 817
Habersham Road   563
Haden, Charles J.   765, 828
Hail storm 862-863  
Hailey, I. Gloer   972-973
Hairston, Albert Miles 32-35  
Hairston, William 5, 32, 180, 213, 283  
Hall County 2-4, 15-17, 52, 63, 99, 145, 730, 935 431, 554, 837
Hambleton, James P. 472, 680 350
Hamilton   827
Hamilton, Everard 51  
Hamilton, George B.   961
Hammock, Cicero C. 164, 230, 875, 891, 910 72, 182, 208, 224, 828
Hammond, Amos W. 406, 409, 688, 940-941  
Hammond, Dennis F. 859, 877, 891 246
Hammond, Nathaniel J. 427, 560, 563, 662, 669, 680, 847, 903, 941 21, 72, 84, 165, 255, 385, 426, 577, 902
Hammond, Octavia, letter of 670-673  
Hammond, Wiliam R. 670 87, 164, 660
Hancock, Winfield Scott   111-112
Hancock County 950 205, 857
Hangings   364-365, 794, 799
Hameiter, Cornelius R. 234, 251, 254, 271, 278-279, 294, 340, 378, 405-406, 424, 426, 429, 454 350, 691
Hameiter, Josephine E. 508  
Hameiter, William R. 225, 227, 294, 848, 851, 865-866 691
Hanna, Elizabeth H. 716  
Hanson, George W.   707
Hanson, John Fletcher   169, 570
Hanson Motor Company   707
"Hanson Six"   706-707
Hape, Albert 814-816, 907  
Hape, Samuel 907, 925  
Hapeville 68, 104, 174, W7 13, 160, 394, 429, 552-553, 632, 671, 759, 800, 831, 848, 866, 921-922, 947, 965, 1004, 1008
Happy Hollow   25-26
Haralson   997
Haralson, Kinchin L. 202, 211  
Haralson County 55  
Hard times 179-180  
Hardee, William J. 578, 583, 612-613, 615, 617, 621-623, 625, 632  
Hardeman, Thomas   31, 83
Hardin, Virginia 9  
Hardin, W. A. 860, 892  
Hardin County, .II, 586    
Harding, Mrs. Warren G., visits Atlanta   780-782
Harding, Warren G.   775, 780-782
Harding, Warren G. visits Atlanta   780-782
Hardman, Lamartine G.   198, 530, 735, 818, 831-833, 837, 874
Hardman,Namon 30, 69-70  
Hardman,William 64, 219-220  
Hardman Primitive Baptist Church 51-52  
Hardwick, Mrs. Thomas W.   781
Hardwick, Thomas W.   775, 781, 787, 894
Harle, J. W.   42
Harper's Monthly Magazine, excerpts anent Atlanta from 962-963  
Harper's Weekly   60, 99, 154, 198
Harralson, Philip H.   136, 188, 262, 274, 280, 599
Harrington, John Lyle   796
Harris, Asa Lyman 771-772  
Harris, Esther LaRose (Mrs. Joel Chandler)   966
Harris, Evelyn   611
Harris, Florence Candler   645
Harris, Henry F.   438, 827
Harris, Joel Chandler 927-928 72, 300, (illus,) 444, 488, 494, 532-534, 674, 762, 858, 891, 943
Harris, Joel Chandler career of   532-533
Harris, Joel Chandler, Uncle Remus memorial to   533-534
Harris, Joel Chandler, "Wren's Nest" home of, (illus,)   444, 533-534, 762
Harris, John L. 390, 406, 961  
Harris, Julian H.   595
Harris, Lucien   674
Harris, Nathaniel Edwin 835 169-170, 626-628, 632, 673-674
Harris, Richard Hillman   843
Harris County   554, 827, 934
Harris Street, Atlanta 122, 681, 715, 763 574, 576, 821
Harrison, Abel H. 383  
Harris, Benjamin, visit to Atlanta of   239, 241-242
Harris, De Sales   126, 778
Harris, William H. "Tip"   724
Harris, William Henry 173 242
Harsh, George   844-846
Hart County 362  
Hartsfield, William B:   88, 736, 829, 852, 936, 944-945, 948-950, 958-959, 967, 969, 982, 984-986, 997, 1002, 1004-1005
Hartwell 2  
Hastings, Harry G.   330, 664
Hatcher, Thurston   990
Haverty, Clarence   550
Haverty, James Joseph 350 91-93, 480, 513, 662, 992
Haverty, Thomas 350  
Haverty Furniture Company   93, 542
Hawkins, Frank   412, 638
Hawkins, Jane 48-49  
Hawkins, Samuel 48  
Hawkinsville 213 953
Hawthorne, Julian, prisoner at Atlanta   610-611
Hayden, Julius A. 282-284, 315, 318, 331, 336, 346, 351, 353, 368, 383, 397, 399, 409, 411, 436, 438, 459, 513, 634, 702, 720, 733, 735, 750, 787, 865, 886, 903, 224, 385, 566  
Hayden Building   566
Hayes, Brown   958
Hayes, Rutherford, B., visits to Atlanta of 939-940  
Haygood, Atticus G.   645
Haygood, Green B. 343, 383, 406, 409  
Haynes, Reuben 418, 420 177
Haynes-Griggs affair 380-381  
Haynes Manor   828
Hays, John 101-102  
Hays, Mrs. James E.   735, 764
Healey, Mrs. William T., Sr., (illus,)   975
Healey, Thomas G. 351, 930-931, 956 3, 37, 69, 180, 870
Healey, William T.   542, 742, 778, 853, 870, (illus,) 975
Healey Building 351, 931 581, 603-604, 742, 778, 870
Health, Atlanta 463  
Health, State Commissioner of   827
Health Department, Atlanta   810, 925
Health Department, Fulton County   810, 926
Health officer, Atlanta   700
Heard County 55, 258  
Hearst, William Randolph   498-499, 596
Hebrew Benevolent Congregation 757-758  
Hebrew Orphans' Home 809 481
Heinz, Mrs. Henry C.   767, 771
See also Candler, Lucy Howard    
Heinz & Berke1e 765-766  
Held, Anna   359
Hell's Half Acre   25-26
Helme, William 397  
Hemphill, Mrs. William A.   255, 279, 316, 358
Hemphill, William A. 789-791, 877 72, 130, 135, 141, 164, 181-182, 200, 208, 226-227, 234, 240-241, 249, 255, 258, 260, 279, 313-314, 326, 358, 362, 384, 435, 884
Henderson, W. H.   29
Hendon, Israel 38  
Henry, Patrick 24  
Henry County 6, 9, 20-24, 28, 201, 245, 389, 434, 436, 488, 819, 855 127, 350, 532, 570, 621-622, 654, 670, 724
Henry County, Commissioners of 21, 23  
Henry County, Inferior Court, Justices of 21-23  
Henry County, Justices of the Peace 21  
Henry County, organization of 20-23  
Henry County, selection of county seat for 26  
Henry County, source of name of 24  
Henry Grady Building 835 811
Henry Grady High School 879  
Henry Grady Hotel 811, 835 323, 804-806, 811, (illus,) 889, 959
Herald, Atlanta Daily 888, 909 4-5, 53
Hermance, Harry P.   596, 953
Herndon, Alonzo F.   609-610
Herndon Building   610
Hexagon Hall   803
Hibernian Benevolent Society 440  
Hicks, Susan Mary   808
Hicks, James 5, 28, 31, 38  
Higgins, M. P.   170
Higginson, Stephen C. 346  
High, Joseph Madison   216-217
High, Mrs. Joseph Madison   480, 710
High, J. M., Department Store   216-217
High prices, wartime 534-535, 557 737, 824
High schools. See Schools, high    
High Shoals 4  
Highland Avenue   647, 701-702
Hightower, Thomas J.   71, 692, 759, 798, 934
Hightower River. See Etowah River    
Hightower Trail 4, 49, 43, 76, 602  
Highway Commission, State   673
Highway Patrol, State   950
Highways, four-lane   950
Hilburn, Nathaniel G. 153, 335-337  
Hilburn, Nathaniel G., murder of 335-337  
Hill, Benjamin Harvey 334, 405, 423, 449, 603, 678, 736, 756, 782-786, 833, 892, 936 6, 21, 51, 116-119, 597, 793
Hill, Benjamin Harvey, unveiling of monument to   116-119, 591
Hill,Benjamin Harvey, Jr.   411, 507, 570, 633, 759, 793
Hill,Charles Dougherty   570-571, 817, 995
Hill, De Los L.   890-891
Hill,Edward Young 273, 311, 335, 337, 360  
Hill, J. B.   872, 874
Hill, Joshua 781, 804, 832, 870  
Hill, Lodowick J. 957 42, 137, 191, 240, 275-276, 883
Hill, Lodowick M. 957  
Hill, Mrs. De Los L.   890-891
Hill, T. W. J. 669, 680, 735-736, 875  
Hill, Thomas C. 181  
Hill, William P.   255, 420, 539
Hill, William M. 181  
Hill, W. Rhode 71 840-841
Hills, Lucius Perry   655
Hillyer, George 435, 687, 711, 734, 850, 870, 892, 903, 959 30, 41, 87-88, 117, 127, 200, 274, 373, 398, 420, 542, 692, 723, 827, 837
Hines, James K.   901
Hinman, Mrs. Thomas P.   762
Hinman, Thomas P.   762, 891-892
Hinton, Fanny D.   378, 691, 973
Hirsch, Harold   527, 768, 770-771, 996
Hirsch, Joseph   180-181, 207, 240, 258, 274, 307, 373, 420, 454, 473, 492, 504, 519, 535, 549, 655
Hirsch, Morris   180, 504, 992
Historical Bulletin, Atlanta 9  
Historical societies   822-824
Historian, State   824, 933
Historic sites, twenty-three, marked with bronze tab-lets   975 (illus,) 1004
History of Georgia, I. W. Avery's 831  
Hoax, cruel   764-766
Hobo Hollow   265
Robbs, William J.   770
Hobson, Richmond Pearson, visits Atlanta   389-390
Hodge, Patterson M. 282, 309, 318  
Hog Mountain 11-12, 15, 28  
Hoge, Edward F. 782, 851, 870, 892 55, 57-58, 692
Holcombe, A. W. 781  
Holcombe, Henry C. 237-238, 282, 309, 372, 406, 425, 525, S46, 562-563865 950  
Holder, John N.   869
Holidays 518, 542-543, 557-559, 659, 706-707, 725, 766-767, 775, 925, 935, 387, 722-723, 727, 747-749, 916, 949  
Holidays, wartime 518, 542-543, 557-559, 649, 722-723, 727, 747-749  
Holland, Ed   120
Holland, Edmund W. 346, 356-357, 408, 733, 746, 775 103, 120
Holland, J. Sid   473, 492, 519, 586
Holloway, Zachariah 31, 34, 58  
Hollywood Cemetery   223-224, 437
Hollywood Road   224
Holt, Richard 5  
Home Defense, Georgia Volunteer 504  
Home for the Friendless   389, 701
Home for Girls   389
Home for Incurables   410-411
Home Loan Act   905
Home Owners Loan Corporation (HOLC)   905
Homer 3  
Homes, outstanding 199, 207-208, 255, 280, 289, 345, 466, 481-482, 511, 596, 638, 656-658, 811 10, 15, 89, (illus,) 152, 282, (illus,) 325, 340, 475, 481, 525, 527, 539, 543-544, 577, 589, 632, 634, 682-684, 692, 702-703, 824, 840-842, 884, 886-888, 910, 962 See also Pioneer homes
Homestead Exemption Bill   955
Homicide 272-273, 415-416  
Honor Farm United States Government 57  
Hood, John Bell 207, 459, 579, 605-606, 612, 615, 621-625, 629-630, 632-635, 641-644  
Hood Street, Atlanta 625  
Hook, Daniel 383, 409  
Hooper, Frank A., Sr.   621
Hoover, Herbert   837
Hopkins, Charles T.   503, 535, 785
Hopkins, Isaac Stiles   170-171, 173, 240, 327, 646, 653, 953, 973
Hopkins, J. R.   886-887
Hopkins, Jessie   973
Hopkins, John L. 903 41, 80, 165, 427, 429, 785
Hopkins, Lindsey   584, 771
Horn, Charles D.   161
Hornady, Henry Carr 323-326, 480, 662-663, 675-676, 735, 812-813 291, 993
Hornady, Henry Carr, impressions of Atlanta 323-326  
Hornsby, Marion A.   950, 959
Horse and mule yards   438-439
Horse-race racket   757
Horse shows   390-392
Horse-car drivers, problems of   9
Horse-car era comes to end   295-296
Horse-cars (illus,) 904, 907 295-296
Horse-drawn cabs   676-679
Horse-drawn vehicles   243-246, (illus,) 542, 614-615, 676-680
Horse-drawn vehicles, prjvately oivned   243-246, 680
Horses 757, 914 269-271, 438-439, 462, 676-680, 708, 729, 829-830
Hospitals 355, 395-396, 457, 482, 509, 530-531, 548, 551, 651-652, 658, 809, 956 8-9, 187, 257-260, 355, 410-412, 482-483, 529-531, 690, 694-695, 713, 1002
Hospitals, army 457, 509, 530-531, 651-652 355, 713
Hotel Greeters' Association, Georgia   881
Hotels 44, 236-239, 282, 37-1-, 653, 715-717, 835-838, 921-922 58-61, 256-257, 282, 355, 439-442, 565-566, 574-576, 603-607, 771, 803-806, 811, 834, 1004
House, Paschal 331, 353, , 372  
House, Samuel, home of 607-608  
"House that Jack Built"   803
House-numbering 893 229-230, 820
Houser, Frederick H. "Cousin Fred"   590, 915
Housing Authority, Atlanta   960-962, 973
Housing Authority, Federal   960-961
Housing Authority, State   961
Housing projects   908-910, 932, 961-962
Housing shortage   737, 1004
Houston, David F.   636
Houston, Oswald 372, 516  
Houston, Washington J. 322  
Houston County 6, 20-22, 24 793, 993
Houston Street, Atlanta 117, 86r 17, 191, 492, 700-701, 821
Howard, George P.   870
Howard, Oliver O. 583, 621, 623, 649  
Howard, W. P. 653-655, 662  
Howard, W. P. describes Federal destruction of Atlanta 653-655  
Howard, W. P. William Schley   556, 868
Howard Theater   778
Howell, Albert   164, 181, 207, 390, 915
Howell, Charles A.   460, 818
Howell, Clark 69-70, 343-346, 368, 396, 405, 408, 429, 481, 495, 734, 791, 892 19, 206, 233-234, 279-280, 300, 355, 357, 385, 425, 493, 499, 506, 511, 547, 583, 596, 634, 692, 781, 792, 906, 913, 924, 937, 946
Howell, Clark, Jr.   537, 760-761, 818, 836, 838, 888, 983-986
Howell, Clement Clay 436, 767-768  
Howell, Evan P. 69, 344, 791, 801, 928 21, 30, 41-42, 72, 78, 82, 103, 194, 197, 200, 205-206, 228, 234, 240, 255, 420, 427-428, 437, 455, 460, 474-475, 499, 532, 692, 924, 946
Howell, Hugh   897-899, 931
Howell, Isaac 69, 344, 767  
Howell, Mrs. Clark, Jr.   760
Howell, Rosalie   762
Howell House   692
Howell Mill Road 610, 613, 623, 627 549
Howell Park   475
Howell's Ferry 69, 595  
Howell's Mill 343-344, (illus,) 481, 791 13, 15, 565
Howell's Station   559
Hoyle, Peter F. 283 390 494-495, 702, 869 857
Hoyt, Samuel B. 399 473 593, 685, 703, 733, 846-847, 892, 919 19, 304
Hubner, Charles William   101-102, 188, 509, 859
Hudson, Scott   369
Huiet, Ben T.   867-869, 880
Hulsey, Eli J. 34-35 372 398
Hulsey, Jennings, Sr. 34-35  
Hulsey, William H. 801-002, 821, 828 226, 336, 389, 452, 554
"Humbug Square" 696-697, 906  
Humphrey, W. G.   547, 574
Humphrey, Mrs. W. G.   547
Humphries, Charner 129-132, 289, 358, 394, 751-752 285, 292, 903
Humphries, Charner family of 131-132  
Humphries, John D. 175, 759, 883 912
Humphries, John R. 132, 35, 3  
Humphries, John T. 331  
Hunnicutt, Calvin W. 215, 546, 885 19, 5-+, 180, 208, 452, 670, 694
Hunnicutt, Eli T. 406, 436, 449, 477, 866 1, 416, 859
Hunt Street   704
Hunter, Benjamin T. 847  
Hunter, George T.   126
Hunter, Joel   823, 847
Hunter Street 60, 657, 743, 787, 829, 851, 860-861, 867 16, 84, 320, 442, 338, 738, 888
Hurricane 923  
Hurt, Augustus F. 618, 620-621 785
Hurt, house of 618, 620-621  
Hurt, George M. Troop 619-621 837
Hurt, house of 619-621  
Hurt, Joel 924 137, 139-140, 182, 188-191, 207, 231, 235-236, 285, 385, 404-405, 413, 425-428, 504, 525-527, 574, 777, 785, 802, 827, 903, 992
Hurt, John Wesley 619 837
Hurt Building   603, 636-637, 666, 802
Hurt (Joel) Park   958, (illus,) 992
Hydro.electric development   430-433
Hydro.electric plants   432
Ice   473-474, 483, 711-712, 935-936
Ice-skating   274, 387, 711-712
Ickes, Harold, visits Atlanta   920-921
Iler, George A.   790-791
Immaculate Conception, Church of 899, 927  
Improvement, Plan of, for Atlanta and Fulton County   1005-1009
Incinerator plant, Atlanta   959, 1002
Incomes, Atlanta citizens' 1869 818-819  
Independent, Atlanta   438
Independents 781, 891, 925 50
Indian agents 4-5  
Indian chiefs 73, 135, 162  
Indian collection camps 162  
Indian depredations 3 63, 139
Indian hostility 48-51  
Indian mounds 211  
Indian murders 3, 48  
Indian pilfering 43  
Indian removals 55, 62-63, 72-73, 99-100, 106-107, 134-135, 160-162  
Indian treaties 1-6, 40, 48, 55, 135, 160  
Indian villages, principal 8  
Indian Creek Baptist Church 169-170, 694  
Indian Springs 5, 6, 40, 48  
Indians 1-6, 8, 11-13, 15-16, 30, 41, 43, 48-50, 55, 62-63, 72-73, 99-100, 106-107, 120, 134-135, 139-141, 156, 160-162, 306-309  
Industry 65-66m 111, 214-215, 256, 273, 350-351, 359-360, 395, 426'-427, 493, 509, 532-533, 670, 712-715, 730, 763-766, 808-809, 819-820, 849-850, 853-854, 862, 867, 886-888, 896-898 41-43, 91-93, 108, 119-126, 180, 194-195, 204, 339, 354, 379-380, 396-398, 412-415, 731-732, 766-771, 806, 812, 840, 842, 916, 1002-1007
Industry, corporate, beginning. of 111  
Industry, De Kalb County 853-854 108
Industry, pioneer home 65-66  
Industry, wartime 493, 509, 532-533, 575, 595-597 354, 718-721, 1002-1004
Infantry, De Kalb Light 139-141  
Infantry, Georgia, in Spanish-American war   355-356
Infantry, Georgia, in War Between the States 499-507, 516-517, 529, 542, 546, 555-556, 562-663 passim  
Infantry, Georgia, in World War I   715, 743, 749-753
Inferior Court, De Kalb County 24-28, 31, 38, 51, 52, 55, 58, 63-64, 69, 70, 77, 80, 101-102, 108, 120, 126, 133-134, 139, 151-152, 175, 180, 202, 208, 210, 213, 221, 241, 267, 283-285, 340, 345-346, 495, 525, 562, 673, 702, 777  
Inferior Court, De Kalb County, Justices of 24-28, 31, 52, 63, 69, 126, 151, 180, 213, 231, 283, 309, 335-336, 479, 495, 673  
Inferior Court, Fulton County 168, 391, 424, 435, 524, 562, 673, 701-702, 777  
Inferior Court, Fulton County, justices of 368, 408, 424, 439, 673, 702  
Infirmary, Atlanta 395-396  
Inflation, wartime 555  
Influenza epidemic   735-736
Ingleside   286, 806
Inman, Edward H.   638, 755, 760, 809, 8!3, 892
Inman, Frank M.   779, 824
Inman, Henry A.   367
Inman, Hugh Theodore   41-42, 82, 136, 179, 181, 207, 227, 240, 307, 339, 343, 379, 437, 455, 488-489, 570, 577, 892
Inman, Hugh Theodore gives Kimball House to John W. Grant   488-489
Inman, John H.   240, 343
Inman, Mrs. Edward H.   760
Inman, Mrs. Hugh T.   240
Inman, Mrs. Samuel M.   315-316, 762-763, 780
Inman, Samuel M. 807, 956 30, 141, 169, 180, 188, 194, 196-197, 200, 240-241, 258, 312, 315, 329-330, 343, 427, 466, 480, 570, 596, 670
Inman, Shadrach W. 807 343
Inman, Walker Patterson 683, 807, 956 41-42, 57, 71, 107, 141, 180, 188, 191, 207, 244, 285, 343, 429, 434, 513, 723, 1002
Inman Park 619 188-191, 221, 252, 368, 525
Inman Park, well-known Atlantans living in, 1908   525
Institutions, prominent Atlanta 255  
Insurance companies and agencies, Atlanta 465  
Intelligencer, Atlanta Daily 279, 312, 329, 345, 375, 377-378, 395, 399, 407, 411, 471, 473, 482, 484, 528, 530, 533, 537-540, 549, 552, 556, 573, 585-586, 589-590, 655-659, 675-677, 684, 686-690, 708, 713, 718-719, 723, 748, 751, 753-757, 766, 779, 788, 823, 852, 869-870 85
Intelligencer, Atlanta Daily demise of 870  
Intelligencer, Atlanta Daily describes Federal devastation of Atlanta 655-659  
Intelligencer, Atlanta Daily front page of, in 1856 (illus,) 407  
Intelligencer, Atlanta Daily prophesies great future for Atlanta 658-659  
Intelligencer, Atlanta Weekly 708, 713  
Interior decorators   94
Internal Improvement System 100-101, 125  
International Proprietaries, Inc.   806
Intersection, busy, Peachtree and Pryor streets, 1950 (illus,)   996
Interstate Commerce Commission   466
Intrenchment Creek 57  
Irby. George W. 415  
Irby. Henry 160, 307, 415, 961, 434 798
Irbyville 160  
Irish, the 181, 208, 214, 379, 395, 430, 440, 852  
Irwin County 4  
Irwinton 3 817
Irwinville 4  
Isom's Ferry 597-599  
Italian-Speaking Soldiers' Club   742
Ivy, Billings Socrates, "Sock" 119 343
Ivy, Edgar La Fayette 117  
Ivy, Elizabeth   728
Ivy, Hardy 115-119, 158, l81, 236, 806 102, 343, 846, 886
Ivy, Hardy arrival at future site of Atlanta of 115  
Ivy, Hardy children of 119  
Ivy, Hardy inventory of estate of 118-119  
Ivy, Hardy location of grave of 117  
Ivy, Hardy log home of, College Hill (illus,) 116-117  
Ivy, Henry P. 119 343
Ivy, Mrs. B. S. 116-117  
Ivy, Sarah 115, 117, 289  
Ivy Street, Atlanta 118, 626, 654, 657 25, 348, 802, 821, 853, (illus,) 981
Ivy Street Hospital 956  
Jackson   674, 736
Jackson, Andrew 3, 13-15, 38, 72, 99, 115, 125  
Jackson, Charles F.   787
Jackson, Evelyn   890
Jackson, Henry 759, 793, 828, 870, 957 137, 151, 166, 199, 240, 245, 332, 504
Jackson, James 33 117, 160
Jackson, Mrs. Henry   411
Jackson, Mrs. Thomas Jonathan, visits Atlanta   255, 362
Jackson, Thomas J. "Stonewall" 545, 557 255
Jackson, Tom Cobb, suicide of   276-277
Jackson, William 5, 24, 28, 174, 179  
Jackson Building, burning of   183-184
Jackson County 12-13, 15-17, 33, 892, 941 246, 350, 632, 993
Jackson Street   701, 704, 706
Jacksonian, McDonough 79  
Jacobs, Joseph 73-75 123, 341, 823, 858
Jacobs, Thornwell   595-597, 932
Jagels, Charles H.   813
Jail, Atlanta 266, 297, 721 919
Jail, De Kalb County 24-26, 31, 126, 175, 201, 210, 266-267, 283-284, 328, 430, 460, 674, 693, 721, 949  
Jail, Fulton County 369, 390-392, 412, 445, 523, (illus,) 524, 529, 569, 673, 690-691, 884-885 363-366, 794, 810, 926
Jail breaks 381 304, 366, 798-799, 949
James, John H. 122, 534, 685, 811, 846, 863, 866, 875, 878, 903, 933 72, 724
James, John H. mansion 811-812, 834-835 62, 603
Jarnagin, W. C.   420, 826
Jarrell, Ira   1004
Jasper 162  
Jasper County 3 448, 513, 759, 922
Jefferson 3 490, 794
Jefferson, Thomas 55  
Jeffersonian, The   625, 627
Jeffersonville 3  
Jeffries, Thomas H.   660
Jenkins, C. Francis   330-331
Jenkins, Charles L. 680, 711, 736, 773-774, 874 494
Jenkins, Herbert T.   1004
Jenkins, John A. (illus,)   975, 1004
Jenkins Street   89
Jennings, Hulsey 5  
Jesse Parker Williams Memorial Hospital   530-531, 1002
Jesup 3  
Jett, Ewell Leonard   795, 883
Jett, James Alston 5, 44, 267 292
Jett, Milledge Neal 44 292'
Jett, Stephen 5, 64 795
Jett Road, Atlanta 44 795
Jewish Alliance   742
Jewish Welfare Board   746
Jews, the 214-215, 757-758, 785, 829 85, 481-482, 607
Johnson, Alexander 267, 309, 340'  
Johnson, Allen E. 247, 281-282, 295, 309, 330, 349  
Johnson, Andrew 278, 678-680, 701, 733-734, 772, 789, 798  
Johnson, Daniel 160, 201, 392 304, 934
Johnson, George   67
Johnson, George E.   631-632, 802'
Johnson, Harvey   437
Johnson, Herschel V. 394, 473, 736, 933 130
Johnson, James 678-679  
Johnson, James F. 680  
Johnson, John 58-59  
Johnson, John Gerdine 59  
Johnson, Lochlin 38, 53, 56-57, 102, 134, 151-153, 158, 213-214, 231, 283, 338, 382, 516 272
Johnson, Mark W., quaint seed house of   680-682
Johnson, W. H. "Wild Bill"   868
Johnson, William 961-962  
Johnson-Mitchell affair 281-282  
Johnston, Joseph E. 569, 575, 578, 580-583, 589, 595, 597-600, 603-606, 610, 644, 676-677, 681, 824  
Johnston, removal from command of 603-606  
Johnston, William 180, 231, 267, 340, 405  
Jones, Benjamin O., 1, 346, 387-388, 458, 768    
Jones, BoIling H.   914, 958
Jones, Clara Thomas   583
Jones, Harrison   330, 741, 769-770, 906, 975, 1004
Jones, John 201, 211, 266, 383, 563, 773-774, 897, 908  
Jones, John W. 525, 869  
Jones, Oliver H. 563, 567, 589, 662, 669, 750, 925, 943, 961  
Jones, Otis 908  
Jones, Reuben 908  
Jones, Robert 180, 793, 911  
Jones, Robert P.   583, 880
Jones, Robert Tyre "Bobby"   368, 583-584, 833, 875-882, 943
Jones, Robert Tyre "Bobby" Atlanta's welcoming demonstration for   880-882
Jones, Robert Tyre "Bobby" family of   880
Jones, Robert Tyre "Bobby" golf record of   875-882
Jones, Robert Tyre "Bobby" "grand slam" of   882
Jones, Robert Tyre "Bobby" triumphal arrival in New York of   879-890
Jones, Samuel D.   330, 438, 493, 503, 638, 884, 914
Jones, Samuel G. 434  
Jones, Thomas G. 911  
Jones, William Louis   655
Jones, Willis B.   824, 922
Jones County 3, 24, 350  
Jonesboro 434, 631-633, 637-638, 650, 680 551, 609, 935, 994
Jonesboro, battle of 631-633  
Jonesboro Road 56, 916  
Jordan, Patrick 181  
Journal, Atlanta 286-299, 782 55-60, 93, 122, 124, 252, 255, 297, 374-375, 394, 421-422, 427-428, 439-440, 461-462, 472-473, 477-479, 481, 489, 499-501, 521-522, 525-528, 535-538, 543-544, 548, 550-553, 560, 563-564, 575-576, 580-585, 590-591, 595-596, 601, 603-606, 610, 615-616, 622, 624-625, 631-632, 638-640, 650-653, 657-658, 661-662, 666-668, 681-683, 697-698, 700-704, 707, 709-714, 719-723, 730-734, 737-739, 741-742, 745-749, 781-782, 790-792, 821-822, 832-833, 853-854, 856-857, 881, 931-942
Journal, Atlanta first newspaper in South to broadcast   791-792
Journal, Atlanta major scoop of   59-60
Journal, Georgia 50, 152  
Journal, William N. White's 248-250  
Journal Building   193
Journal and Constitution, Atlanta   1005-1009
Journal and Messenger, Macon 277-278, 362, 375, 377  
Journal Magazine, Atlanta 56, 659 369-370, 607, 942
Journalism 42, 70, 79-81, 233-234, 251-254, 278-280, 294, 334, 340, 377, 426, 454, 480, 572-573, 684-685, 718, 761, 788-791, 848, 888, 905, 927-928, 939, 947 3-6, 55-60, 93, 131, 212, 271-272, 357, 394-395, 417-418, 422, 438, 498-499, 599, 648, 793, 842, 891
Joyner, Walthall R. "Cap"   39, 87, 130-131, 164, 182, 207, 228, 249, 274, 336, 373, 383, 388, 395, 433, 502-503, 506, 533, 817
Judicial circuits 22-23, 137-138, 213, 346, 801, 806-807 90, 117, 246, 343, 371, 570, 628, 671, 673-674, 800, 966
Judicial circuits judges of 137-138, 211, 346, 360, 807 90, 117, 246, 343, 371, 628, 671, 673-674
Judicial circuits solicitor general of 22, 138, 346, 801 90, 371, 514, 570-571, 673, 758, 800, 811, 837, 901, 966
Judicial system, State 213  
Julia Howell Auxiliary   583
Junior League, Atlanta   689-691, 762, 982-987
Junior League, Atlanta, presidents of   690-691
Junior League, Atlanta, projects of   689
Junta   475
Jury, Inferior Court, De Kalb County 28, 53, 70, 101-102, 126  
Jury, Superior Court, Cobb County, first 107  
Justice of the Peace, importance of, in rural Georgia 73  
Justice of the Peace, system abolished in Atlanta 615-616  
Justice of the Peace, Atlanta 263  
Justice of the Peace, De Kalb County 27, 74-75, 202, 210, 241, 275  
Justice of the Peace, Fulton County 74-75  
Juvenile delinquency 413, 570  
Kahn, Otto   568
Kane, Elisha Kent 278  
Kansas question 410-412, 434, 471  
Kay, William 460, 758  
"Keep Atlanta Ahead" program   1002
Keith, B. F., Theater   811
Kelley, C. H.   664
Kelley, Walter M.   376
Kelsey, Joel 309  
Kempton, Bessie   788
Kempton, Frank   212
Kennesaw   897
Kennesaw Avenue   701, 700
Kennesaw Mountain 211, 582-583, 595, 766-767 717
Kennesaw Mountain, battle of 582-583  
Kennesaw Rangers, Cobb County 230-231  
Kennedy, Thomas 81  
Kent, Sidney, murder of 381  
Ketchum, R. C. 748-749  
Key, James L.   420, 472, 755, 765, 776-777, 779, 787, 792-793, 796-797, 801-802, 839, 868-869, 897-899, 901, 906-907, 916, 921, 924, 932, 936-938, 944-945, 959-900, 994
Key, Mrs. James L.   781
Keyes, Evelyn   983, 986-987, 991
Kidnapping   911-912
Kile, John 203-204, 555  
Kile, Thomas 263-264, 336, 387-388, 405, 420, 496, 510, 541, 634, 865, 930 870
Kimball, Edwin N. 787-788, 914 469
Kimball, Hannibal Ingalls 714, 787-788, 804, 809, 833, 835-838, 842, 874, 908-909, 914 15, 21, 29-31, 33, 58, 60, 69-71, 246, 332, 469, 794, 914
Kimball, Mrs. Hannibal Ingalls   489, 883
Kimball House 165, 200, 324, 716, 835-838, 865, (illus,) 876, 882, 886, 894, 917-919, 928, 933, 946, 948, 953-954, 957 4-5, 58-61, 118, 150, 153, (illus,) 154, 155, 176, 209, 221, 234, 240, 242, 256, 268, 275-276, (illus,) 306, 311, 334-335, 346, 360, 383-384, 387, 425, 442, 488-489, 502, 522, 535-536, 822, 850
Kimball House, burning of   58-60
Kimball House. one of largest gifts ever made in Atlanta   488-489
Kimball Opera House 787-788, 802-804 78, 192, 296-297
Kinchafoonee County 362  
King, George E.   43
King, John P. 259, 313, 833, 835  
King, Porter 316 297, 307, 326-327, 335, 793
King, Roswvell 153-154  
King, Samuel A. 814-815  
"King Cotton" march   329
King Hardware Company   41, 43
Kingsbery, Joseph   136-138, 140, 142, 157, 671, 846
Kingston 649  
Kinyon, Jesse P.   207, 226
Kirby, Dorothy   912-913, 949
Kirkpatrick, James Hutchinson 65, 102, 126, 202  
Kirkpatrick, James Hutchinson, children of 65  
Kirkpatrick, William N. 397  
Kirkwood 892 127, 252, 286, 367, 788, 801, 836, 866
Kiser, Marion C.   131, 139-141, 167-168, 180, 194, 207, 216, 228, 282, 285, 292, 915, 939
Kiser, Mrs. William H.   358, 547, 760
Kiser, William H.   460, 535, 547, 760
Kiser Building.   938-939
Kiwanis.   881
Klondike.   370
Knight, Lucian Lamar   735, 914
Knights of Columbus   742, 746
Knights of Labor   205
Knowles, Clarence   134, 255, 277, 398
Knowles, Mrs. Clarence.   316
Knox, Henry 2  
Knoxville   119
Know-Nothing party 387-388, 394, 405, 423, 451, 473  
Knucklesville 843  
Kontz. Anton L.   262, 314, 513
Kontz. Christian 312 34, 513
Kontz. Ernest C.   542, 549, 823
Kriegshaber, Victor H.   547, 559, 581, 638, 664, 686, 742, 923
Ku Klux Klan 722, 776, 786, 815, 868 569, 668-670, 968
Ku Klux Klan resurrection of   669-670
Kurtz, Wilbur G. 584, 594  
Kyser, Kay, and orchestra.   983, 986-987
Labor, disturbances   335, 687-689
Labor leaders   335
Labor movement 817-818 335, 373, 949
Labor unions   688-689, 949
Ladies Home 718  
Ladies' Memorial Association, Atlanta 622, 706-700, 798, 851, 904 305
Ladies' Memorial Association, original members of 707  
Ladies' Memorial Association, presidents of 707  
Lafayette, Marquis de 24  
La Grange. 55, 258, 333, 393 223, 323, 522, 532, 773, 836, 847, 858, 884, 955, 994
La Grange Female College 457  
Lake Burton   432
Lake Clara Meer   324, 328
Lake Rabun   432
Lakeland   837
Lakewood   297, 299, 426, 663, 896
Lakewood Avenue   803
Lakewood Heights   160, 1008
Lakewood Park 206 664
Lamar, L. Q. C. 573  
Lamar, W. B.   460
Lamp post memorial 628  
Land Act, of 1803 20  
Land Act, of May 15, 1821 20-23  
Land, cessions, Indian 1-6, 20, 48, 55, 106-107, 135  
Land, grantees, original 20  
Land, lot, origin of 20  
Land, Lot #17, Atlanta 115-116  
Land, Lot #51, Atlanta 116, 119  
Land, Lot #77 281-282  
Land, Lot #78, 14th District, De Kalb County, sensational rise in value of 60-61  
Land, Lot #165, 17th District Fulton County, becomes Sherman's headquarters 606  
Land, lotteries 20, 60, 99, 106-107, 281-282  
Land, surveys 236  
Land, titles, Indian, extinguishment of 3  
Landmarks, disappearance of old   282, 543-544, 565-566, 577-578, 589, 603, 634, 782, 805, 807, 833, 884-888, 910, 938, 952, 962, 974-976, 1002
Landon, Alfred   944
Landrum, Samuel B-, murder of 444-446  
Landrum, W. W.   411
Langston, Thomas L.   41-42, 65, 71
Lanier, Mrs. Sidney, Jr.   932
Lanier, Mrs. W. C.   315-316
Lanier, Sidney   494, 595
Lanier, Willis P. 425, 563, 703  
Lansing, Mary   548
Latham, H. S.   940-941
Latham, Thomas A. 337  
Latimer, Charles 112, 233, 266, 284, 479-480 84
Latham, Emma 756  
Latham, Henry B. 231, 247, 267, 329, 406 103
Latham, William 112, 116  
Laurel River 14  
Laurens County 3 837
La Vista Road 29, 133  
Lavonia   912
Law, Thomas C.   188
Law fee, largest ever received in Georgia   431
Lawrenceville 4-5, 18, 32  
Lawder, William G. 676  
Lawlessness-See Crime    
Lawrenceville   252, 573, 772, 776, 818
Lawshe, Er 513, 662, 681, 845 350, 577, 836
Lawshe, Lewis 797 910
Lawshe, William C. 397, 425, 479  
Lawson General Hospital   713
Lawton, A. R.   83, 94, 117
Lawyers 63, 65-66, 77, 133, 143, 169, 189, 211, 213-214, 217, 275, 292, 360, 389, 393, 399, 415, 427, 436, 449, 460, 494, 682, 687-688, 759, 801, 820, 847, 906, 923, 926, 940-941, 952, 958 46-50, 177, 277, 420, 426-427, 433, 514-515, 570-571, 616, 624, 655, 673, 770, 779, 790, 845
Lawyers, women, permitted to practice in Georgia   673
Lawyers' Club of Atlanta   790
League of Nations   764, 775
LeCraw, Roy   897, 921, 1002, 1004
Lectures. See Orators and speakers    
Lee, Newt   619-620
Lee, Robert E., Atlanta honors memory of 8S0-8, 51, 905 592
Lee, Stephen D. 623-624, 676-677 362, 470
Lee County 790 551
Leesburg   922
Leggett's Hill 615, 617-619  
Legislature, State 24, 40, 55, 63, 70, 72, 99-101, 106-107, 110-111, 125, 127, 133, 139, 145, 148, 150-151, 159, 169, 180, 194, 201, 221-222, 226, 246, 260, 338, 344, 357, 360-363, 376-377, 389-390, 397, 406, 423-424, 436, 448, 451, 545, 680, 682, 701, 703, 710-711, 771, 778-779, 782, 787-788, 804, 806, 831-833, 838-839, 849-850, 852, 869, 870-871, 873-874, 877, 892-893, 935, 941, 952 19, 29, 55, 82, 88, 94, 107, 127, 160, 169-170, 198, 205-206, 235, 283, 307, 420, 422, 431, 438, 562, 566, 585, 631-632, 663, 674, 686, 718, 728, 735, 756, 777, 788, 806, 837, 840, 858, 904, 931, 944, 960
Leide, Enrico, and orchestra   984-985
Leigh, Vivien   982-983, 986-987
Lemon, James 69, 75, 77, 133, 151  
Lemon, John 102  
Lemon, Smith 69  
Lenox Park   890
Lewis, David, W. 319  
Lewis, John Randolph 198, 241 398
Lexington 125 834
Leyden, Austin 639-640, 706, 866, 875  
Leyden, Austin house of 639-640, 797 (illus,) 323
Liberty Bonds   716, 737
Liberty County 153, 846, 902 858, 995
Libertv Loan Central Commit-tee   716-717
Liberty Loans   716-717
Librarian, State 639 371, 785
Librarians 639, 761 377-378, 642, 785, 973
Libraries 757, 759-761, 939 165-166, 375-378, 388, 973
Libraries private   165-166
Library, Atlanta Public 757  
Lickskillet 624  
Lickskillet Road 624  
Liebman, Isaac   808
Life Insurance Company of Georgia   238
Lilbum 32  
Lincoln, Abraham 434, 473, 475, 545, 553, 617-618, 641, 670, 679  
Lincoln National Monument Association 739-740  
Lincolnten 2 994
Lindbergh, Charles A., visits Atlanta   831-833
"Lindbergh Day" in Atlanta,   831-833
Lindbergh Drive   395, 833
Liquor, question 328, 340-342, 357-358, 369 95-99
Liquor sales   959-960
Liquor traffic 747, 792  
Liquor Tax Bill   959
Lithia Springs   167, 255, 800, 913
Lithonia 30, 414, 609, 648, 651, 677, 842, 884, 889 11, 12, 108, 131, 224, 349, 371, 438, 514, 776, 800, 901, 995
Lithonia Agricultural Club 909  
Little, John D.   564-565, 922
Little Five Points   307, 822, 857
"Living Pictures"   330-331
Livingston, Leonidas F.   205-206, 422, 487, 556
Lochrane, O. A. 919 304
Locker clubs   518
Locomotive, "E. Y. Hill" 333  
Locomotive, "Florida" 184, 191-192, 222, 384, 1021 (corrigendum)  
Locomotive, arrival of, at Terminus (illus,) 184  
Locomotive, "General" 520-524, 864  
Locomotive, "O. A. Bull" (illus,) 672  
Locomotive, "Telegraph" (illus,) 674  
Locomotive, "Texas" 522, 524, 864  
Locomotives, railroad 383-384, 864 479, 708, 812, 872-873, 974
Locomotives, street railway   175-176
Loew's Grand Theater   982, (illus,) 988, 989
Loew's Grand Theater as it appeared Dec. 15, 1939, world premiere of Gone With the Wind (illus,)   988
Logan, Henry 28  
Logan, John A. 619, 621, 623-624, 643  
Logan, Joseph Clayton   483-485, 827
Logan, Joseph Payne 496, 508, 510, 551, 593, 684, 706-707, 821, 859, 877, 903 246
Long. Crawford W. 322, 345 75, 530, 888
Long. Huey P, visits Atlanta   930
Long. Stephen Harriman 147-150, 156, 173, 183, 188 955
Long Island Creek 29  
Longino, George F.   906, 972
Longino, Thomas D.   472, 586
Longstreet, Helen Dortch 431  
Longstreet, James   117, 431, 469
Looking Backwards 397-401  
Looting, wartime 634, 647-649  
Lost Mountain 644  
Lotteries 20, 58, 60, 99, 106-107, 281-282, 464, 477, 752-753  
Lottery, State 752-754  
Lottery Act of 1818 5  
Louisville 2  
Louisville and Nashville Belt Line   476, 521
Louisville and Nashville Railroad   21, 475
Love, Seymour B. 545, 562, 669, 703, 733, 796, 801, 828, 859, 875 489
Lovejoy's 642-643  
Lowe, Mrs. William B.   340
Lowe, Thomas F. 496, 923-924  
Lowe, William B. 180, 279  
Lowndes, George S.   122, 339, 891
Lowndes County   385
Lowry, Emma Markham   596
Lowry, Robert J. 514, 859 15, 30, 65, 71-72, 82, 137, 164, 180, 235-236, 240, 244, 249, 255, 258, 309, 487, 489, 511, 530, 596, 772
Lowry, William M. 514, 712, 954, 956  
Lowry, family of 514  
Lowry National Bank   236, 530
Loyd, James 206-207, 213, 237, 541 181, 385, 434
Loyd Street, Atlanta 653-654, 811, 921, (illus,) 927, 930 84, 153, 209-210, 409
Luckie, Alexander F. 247, 318, 381-382 903
Luckie, Solomon 628  
Luckie, William D.   71, 103
Luckie Street, Atlanta 715, 772 439, 574, 632, 690
Lukeman, Augustus   594
Luminary, The 233-234, 251, 254, 279  
Lumpkin 280 676, 858, 924, 995
Lumpkin, Joseph Henry 213, 291, 416, 449 155, 309, 585, 674
Lumpkin, Martha 101, 185, 188-199, 227 725
Lumpkin, Mrs. Samuel   779, 781
Lumpkin, Wilson 40, 99, 100-101, 111, 113, 122, 143-145, 180, 185-189, 192, 200, 227  
Lumpkin County 4, 107, 162, 362, 843, 902 531, 724
Lupton. John Thomas   596, 990
Lutheran Churches   442, 807
Lutherans   442
Lyceum Theater   308-309, 410
Lynch, Patrick 255-256, 869 20
Lynch, Peter   188, 449, 524
Lynch, Peter general merchandise store of   524
Lynching   628
Lyon, Richard F. 415-416, 639  
Lyric Theater   653, 821
McAdoo, William Gibbs.   636, 817
McBurney, Edgar P.   71, 718, 760
Mrs. Edgar P.   760
McCandless, Edward S.   314, 935
McClatchey, Devereaux F.   757, 946
McCleary, D. R. "Mac"   842
McConnell, Fernando Coello   647-648
McConnell, William 330-331  
McCord, Henry Y.   638
McCord, Joseph A.   636
McCormack, John, visits Atlanta   709, 711
McCoy, Frank R.   880
McCulloch, John 126  
McCulloch, D. Nym   403-405
McDaniel, Henry D. 835 55, 78, 83, 117, 161, 169, 922
McDaniel, Ira O. 279, 281-282, 315, 342, 346, 349, 353, 359, 370, 383, 387, 388, 409, 425, 436, 702 161, 922-923
McDaniel, Philip E. 436, 451, 476, 702  
McDonald, Charles J. 173, 180, 183-184, 187, 190-192, 200, 213  
McDonald, Clark E. (illus,)   975, 1004
McDonald, J. P:   188
McDonough 9, 26, 134, 435, 921 395-396, 586, 681, 934
McDonough, Thomas 26  
McDonough Boulevard   803
McDonough Road 633-634, 650, 823, 916 539, 789, 856
McDowell, Edward   890
McDowell Festival   890
McEachern, John Newton   238, 473, 475, 492, 519, 001, 847
McElreath, Walter   559, 615, 823-824
McElreath Hall   824
McGehee, Charles C.   827
McGehee, Christopher Columbus   136, 691
McGill, Ralph 791  
McGillivray, Alexander 2  
McGrady, Silas 5, 30, 58  
McIntosh, William 48-50  
McIntosh, William murder of 48-49  
McIntosh, William tribute to 50  
McIntosh County 3  
McIntosh Reserve 50  
McKiney, Mrs. William   358
McKiney, William   334, 355, 358-359, 389, 393
McKiney, William visits Atlanta   358-359
McLemore's Cove 43  
McLendon, Mary L.   757
McLeod, William 231  
McLin, James G. 669  
McMillan, Ferdinand D.   682, 778
McNaught, William 846  
McPherson, James 406, 425, 758  
McPherson, James Birdseye 618-619, 621, 623, 752, 949  
McPherson, R. M. 712  
McPherson Barracks 752, 792, 863-864, 938, 953 111
McRae 3  
McSheffrey, Daniel 331  
McWhorter, Abbot M. 383  
McSheffrey, R. L. 778, 832  
Mableton   837
MacDougald, Emily C.   964
MacDougall, Robert L.   973
Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church 38-39  
Macmillan Company   940, 942
Macon 122, 125, 144, 148, 158, 213, 238, 322, 365, 394, 408, 512, 524, 572-573, 655, 684, 711, 718, 739, 791, 833, 889, 917 118, 169-170, 294, 396, 420, 431-432, 434, 477, 488, 490, 619, 632, 757, 773, 800, 826, 915, 922, 933, 992
Macon movement to transfer capital from Atlanta to   757
Macon College of Medicine 217  
Macon County 6  
Macon and Augusta Railroad 776  
Macon & Western Railroad 104, 123, 188, 199, 234-236, 325, 434, 483, 486, 601, 622, 632, 642, 650, 695-696, 711, 718, 751, 838, 889  
Macon & Western Railroad first train arrives at Atlanta over 234-236  
Macy, R. H., & Company   813
Maddox, Charles K.   274, 294, 587
Maddox, Joseph E.   335, 525
Maddox, Mrs. Robert F.   547, 760
Maddox, Robert F. 680, 845, 897, 910, 948 21, 156, 180, 280, 385, 388, 391, 429, 459-460, 466, 493, 506, 522, 535-539, 545, 552, 559-562, 573, 636, 638, 686, 697, 760, 901, 906
Maddox Building   409-410
Maddox Park 627 714
Madison 3, 43, 145, 149-150, 191, 251, 377, 551, 650, 781 350, 836, 914, 924
Madison Avenue   283, 528, 797
Madison County 819 940
Magazines 279, 480, 685, 761, 79t, 905 488
Magnolia Street   509
Maguire, Thomas, journal of 495, 518, 543, 609-610, 647-649, 677-678, 736, 785-786  
Maguire, Thomas manor house, "Promised Land" of 609-610, 648-649, 736  
Maier, John 941  
Mail delivery, free, 1nstituted 893  
Malarial fever   356
Mallon, Bernard 748, 877, 879  
Manchester   222-223
Mangum, C. Wheeler 68  
Mangum, James 68, 554  
Mangum, Nathaniel 68, 120, 157, 211, 554  
Mangum, Robert E. 68, 342, 541, 554, 562  
Mangum, William 68  
Mann, Otis Earl   918-919
Manning, Jethro W. 388, 424, 552, 661-662, 669, 679, 701 66, 674
Manpower shortage   739
Manufacturing   119, 204
Map of Atlanta, 1886 (illus,)   109
Map of Atlanta, Cooper's, of Atlanta 750  
Map of Atlanta, Hameiter's Directory, of Atlanta 848  
Map of Atlanta, of section of 17th District, Fulton County, as of 1940 (illus,) 10  
Map of Atlanta, Vincent's, of Atlanta 353, (illus,) 354  
Maps, topographic, of Atlanta   210
Marble, Georgia   305, 494
Marble Mills   475
Marietta 69, 73, 77, 101, 107, 173, 186, 191-192, 211-212, 395, 520-521, 596, 602, 607, 619, 637, 644, 683, 711 130, 171, 357, 434, 475-476, 485, 512, 521, 628, 717, 858, 884, 915, 946, 993, 995, 1002-1003
Marietta first commissioners of 107  
Marietta first house in 101  
Marietta original survey of 101, 107  
Marietta Courthouse Square, 1908 (illus,)   521, 1949, (illus,) 995
Marietta Road 60, 511, 603, 627, 634  
Marietta Street, Atlanta 190, 205, 216, 238, 264, 587, 631, 635-636, 656, 685, 704, 719, 750, 773-774, 787, 802, 810, 814, 851, 879-880, 918, 955 9, 17, 78, 84, 107, 114, 120, 122, 153, 191, 211, 233, 263, 301, 433, 542-543, 551, 561, 637, 653, 688, 693, 710, 770, 782, 811, 846, 850, 867, 875
Marion Hotel   282, 581
Marist College   410, 412, 746
Marist Society of Georgia   348, 412
Market, Atlanta municipal   802
Market, Atlanta's first central 355  
Markham, William 237, 356, 360, 383, 391, 409, 415, 428, 548, 629, 634, 736, 760, 827, 921-922 10, 180
Markham Block, burning of   409-410
Markham House 237, 921-922, 927, 929 10, 150, 256, 336-338, 376-377, 409, 609
Markham House burning of   336-338
Marlborough Apartment fire   870-871
Marsh, Edward   179
Marsh, John R   942-943, 989, 991
Marsh, Margaret Mitchell (Mrs. John R.) 820 369-370, 764, 882, 937, 939-943, 949, 977-991, 1005
Marshal, Atlanta 260, 263-264, 282, 328, 330-331, 353, 372, 388, 406, 436, 451, 477, 525, 546, 563, 669, 733, 801, 828, 859, 891, 902, 911, 925, 953 15, 53, 87, 130, 164, 181, 207, 226, 249, 274, 294, 307, 335, 345, 373, 388, 406, 420, 573, 698, 728, 776, 801, 810
Marshall, A. E. 778  
Marshall, John 106  
Marshall, Thomas R.   442, 764-766
Marshall, Thomas R. visits Atlanta   764-766
Marshallville   902
Marthasville (original name of Atlanta) 101, 119, 189-194, 199-241 725
Marthasville in 1845 (illus,) 215  
Marthasville citizens of, 206-208    
Marthasville commissioners of 203-205, 213, 222  
Marthasville earliest families of 199-200  
Marthasville incorporation of 203  
Martial law in Atlanta 525-528  
Martin, Mrs. A. J. 102  
Martin, Riccardo   547, 567
Martin's Ferry 76  
Martin's Ferry Road 76  
Marye, Philip Thornton   476, 933
Mason, Ezekiel 346  
Mason, James Walter 71 370, 779
Masonic Hall, Atlanta 454-455, 651-652, 654, 657, 718, 727  
Masonic lodges 208-209, 250-251, 294, 395, 426, 454, 455, 728, 767 186-188, 548-549, 603
Masonic Orphans' Home 753  
Masonic Shrine, Yaarab Temple. See Yaarab Temple    
Masonry 208, 217, 250, 274, 294, 426, 455, 645, 727-728 186-188, 234, 258, 349, 548-549, 650-653, 660, 728
Mass meeting, victory   746-747
Massengale, St. Elmo   716-717
Matthews, Antoinette Johnson 59  
Maxwell, Alva G.   920
Mayor, Atlanta 211, 230-231, 260, 263, 282-283, 309, 316, 329-331, 336, 342, 347, 353, 356 372, 378, 387, 389, 405: 424, 435-436, 451-452, 476, 495-496, 525, 527-328, 546, 563, 634-636, 641, 669, 695, 702, 714, 733, 740, 791, 796, 801-802, 827, 859, 875, 902-903, 910-911, 935, 943, 952 15, 37, 53, 69, 87-88, 130, 159, 181, 207, 226, 249, 274, 294, 306-307, 327, 335, 345, 353, 373, 403-405, 420, 437, 472, 492, 506, 535-539, 545, 557, 559, 573, 589, 601, 631, 697, 755, 758, 776-777, 787, 801, 809, 819-820, 837, 868-869, 921, 924, 9-t4-945, 948, 1002, 1004
Mays, Stephen 133  
Mayson, James L.   35, 420, 513, 539, 698, 801, 823, 925
Mayson and Turner Ferry 209, 595 34, 202
Mavson and Turner Ferrv -Road 635  
Mead, L S. 669  
Meade, George Gordon 773-774, 776, 778, 781, 792, 813  
Meador, Charles D.   207, 249, 274, 280, 335, 345, 373, 388, 420, 728, 836
Meador, C. W.   226
Meador, J. J. 866 181, 207
Meador, Thomas D.   245, 249, 255, 772
Meansville   956
Meatless and wheatless days   740
Mecaslin, John H. 436, 496, 525, 546, 563, 573-575, 785, 855, 891 53, 130, 181, 227, 504, 676
Mechanical and Manufacturers' Club   564
Mechanics Savings Bank 534  
Medical Arts Building   821
Medical Association of Georgia 888  
Medical associations 888  
Medical center, Atlanta   530
Medical College, Atlanta 461  
Medical and Surgical Journal, Atlanta 375  
"Medicine House" 121-122  
Megee, Marat 429 351
Mehaffey, Thomas 33  
Memminger, W. W.   694-695, 739
Memorial coins   593-594
Memorial Day observance 706-707, 904-905 619, 738-739
Memphis & Charleston Railway celebration 432  
Menus, lavish   22, 152, 257, 358, 439-440, 516, 546, 804, 832
Mercantile Association, Atlanta 473  
Merchants, first Decatur 66  
Merchants Bank of Atlanta 931  
Merchants and business men, Atlanta 472-473, 515, 541, 686-688, 807-809, 819-820, 823, 828-829, 862, 866, 886-888, 896-897 41, 91-93, 312, 524-525, 607-609, 670, 723-724, 731-732, 766-771, 812-813, 821-822, 840, 842, 901
Merriwether County   420, 691, 693, 837, 922, 934, 964
Merritts Avenue   701
Methodist Children's Home, Decatur 813-814 35
Methodist churches 39, 51-52, 59, 68-69, 75, 160, 200, 207, 268-269, 290-291, 361, 373-374, 438, 464, 554, 608, 630, 654, 676, 795-797, 845, 885, 945 2, 64, 367-368, 442, 960, 971-972
Methodists 39, 52, 59-60, 68-69, 171, 196, 200, 206, 216, 268-269, 290-291, 295-296, 360, 373-374, 379, 438, 516, 554, 630, 795-797, 813-814, 823, 852 64, 367-368, 442, 482, 524, 641-647 passim, 971-972
Metropolitan Building   888-889
Metropolitan Hotel   275
Metropolitan Planning Com-mission   1008
Metropolitan Planning District and adjoining territory, Atlanta, map of (illus,)   1008
Metropolitan Street Railway Company   45-46, 221
Metropolitan Theater   888-8S9
Mexican War 230-231, 271, 389, 736-737, 788 201, 417, 489, 554, 617
Mexican War De Kalb County casualty of 231  
Meyer. A. A.   823, 934
Middlebrooks, W. M.   226, 241
Midway 846  
Military, commanders, postwar 736-739, 773-774, 805  
Military, establishments within Atlanta, 1864 590-593  
Military, operations, June 22-July 17, 1864, map of (illus,) 594, 598  
Military, operations, July 17-19, 1864, map of (illus,) 608  
Military, orders of General Pope 737-739  
Military, police   718
Military, rule, postwar 733-779  
Military Department of Georgia 678  
Militia, De Kalb County 499, 505-507  
Militia, Fulton County 498-505, 549, 585  
Militia, local companies of 549-550  
Militia, State 22, 131, 141, 633, 653 470, 502
Millege, John   385
Milledgeville 3, 18, 43, 64, 100, 145, 149, 191, 213, 259-261, 361, 365-366, 385, 394, 449, 494, 567, 650, 678-679, 698, 720, 777-778, 846, 848, 936 78, 103, 170, 367, 400, 424, 598, 627-628, 670, 953
Millen   901
Miller, Caroline   933
Miller, Homer Virgil Milton 781, 804, 832, 851, 870 31, 343
Miller, John A.   438
Miller, John M.   43
Miller's Book Store   41, 43
Milliken, Olive .T.   955
Mills, De Kalb County old 854-855  
Mills, E. R. 340  
Mills, Edward P. "Ed" murder of   757-758
Milstead   776
MiIton, John 424  
MiIton, Lorimer D.   783
Milton County 76, 194, 424, 488, 815 893-894
Milton County boundaries of 424  
Milton County creation of 424  
"Mimosa Hall"   825
Mims, John F. 263, 292, 346, 353, 336, 360, 383, 393, 409, 418-419  
Mims, Livingston   82, 117, 234, 403-405, 409, 411, 420, 424, 427-428, 516, 565
Mims, Sue Harper   110-111, 166
Miner, Samuel Wright 79-80  
Mineral Bluff   994
Mineral Spring 795  
Ministers. See Pastors    
Mint, United States, at Dahlonega 153  
Minute Men Association of Fulton County 474-476  
Mion Building, burning of   658
Misdemeanors, pioneer 41  
Missionaries 240-241, 248, 270  
Mitchel, O. M. 320  
Mitchell, Alexander Weldon 281, 330, 702, 740, 819, 875 468
Mitchell, Deborah Margaret Sweet   940
Mitchell, Eugene Muse 9, 820 165, 240, 375-376, 823, 939-940, 942
Mitchell, Isaac G.   940
Mitchell, Isaac S.   403-405, 846
Mitchell, Margaret. See Marsh, Margaret Mitchell    
Mitchell, Maybelle Stephens   939-940942
Mitchell, Peter 120  
Mitchell, Robert G.   94
Mitchell, Russell Crawford 819-820, 875 188, 940
Mitchell, Samuel 185-189, 235-236, 281, 356, 838  
Mitchell, Samuel deed of 186-188  
Mitchell, Stephens 820  
Mitchell, William E.   433
Mitchell, William L. 273, 313  
Mitchell Street, Atlanta 862-863, 949 83-84, 528, 538, 653, 677, 850, 962, 972
Monroe 4 252, 434, 671, 787
Monroe, James 1  
Monroe County 6, 20-22, 24, 64, 122  
Monroe Railroad 151, 158, 165-167, 173-175, 183-184, 187-188, 234  
Monroe Railroad construction of 165-167  
Monroe Railroad land commissioners for 174-175  
Monroe Railroad purchased by Macon & Western Railroad Company 234  
Monroe Railroad and Banking Company 151, 173, 184  
Monroe Railroad Company 122-123, 144  
Montezuma   291, 522, 735
Montgomery, Arthur   397-398, 771
Montgomery, James McConnell 13-15, 17-18, 21, 28, 31, 38, 44, 53, 58, 70, 82-83, 104, 157, 177-178, 196-197  
Montgomery, appraiser of Cherokee country 99-100  
Montgomery, becomes State Senator 31  
Montgomery, character of 196  
Montgomery, La Fayette F.   398, 771
Montgomery, Nancy Farlow 196-197  
Montgomery, Telemachus F. 17  
Montgomery County 3, 6  
Montgomery Ferry Drive, Ansley Park 13  
Montgomery, Ulysses McC. 104, 120  
Montgomery Ferry Road 30, 623  
Montgomery and West Point Railroad 332-333, 487-488  
Montgomery's Ferry 18, 149-150, (illus,) 174, 181  
Monticello 3  
Montreal   286
Moonshiners   366
Moore, Fred B   853
Moore, Thomas 15, 379 660
Moore, Wiley L.   868-869
Moore, William A 846, 866, 956 10, 90, 131, 180
Moore, William A residence of (illus,)   10
Moore, Wilmer L.   590, 635-636, 757
Moore Marsh Building (illus)   542
Moore's Business College   519
Moore's Mill Road 15, 17, 57, 607  
"Moral Party" 329  
Moran, Pascal J. "Pea Jay"   118, 164, 181, 417, 883
Morehouse College 954-955 855-856
Moreland, A. F.   188
Moreland Avenue, Atlanta 6 490, 789
Morgan, Brooks   579-580, 638, 664
Morgan, Eugenia Goode (Mrs. Joseph H.) 706-707  
Morgan, John Hunt, visits Atlanta 563-564-  
Morgan, Joseph 65, 120, 151  
Morgan, Mrs. Joseph H.   242
Morgan, Lawrence Sterne 283-284, 541  
Morgan County 3, 150, 220, 421 85, 202, 772
Morgan Falls   431
Morningside Park   797, 811, 827, 890
Morris, John 31, 134  
Morris, John F. 891  
Morris, Joseph 31, 58  
Morris, Newt A.   628
Morris Brown College   28, 855, 856
Morris Brown University 512  
Morrow, James W.   460
Morse, Samuel F. B. 173, 199, 205, 277-278  
Mortgage Guarantee Building   803
Moses, Raphael J. 783  
Motorcycles   585
Mount, John M.   956
Mount Gilead Methodist Church 39, 75, 171, 554  
Mount Zion Methodist Church 68-69  
Mountain Creek 126  
Mountain View 104  
Moving picture houses   464-466, 684, 778, 888-889, 892
Moving picture stars   977-991 passim
Moving pictures   464-466, 608, 666-668, 684, 764, 833, 977-991
Moving pictures, Atlanta society actresses in   764
Moving pictures, colored   608
Moving pictures, with sound   833
Mozley Park 623 434, 714
Mud 863 15-17
Mules   9, 438-439
Municipal Court, Atlanta   925
Municipal Court, Fulton County   810, 926, 956
Municipal regulations, indifference to 222  
Municipal salaries, 1907, Atlanta   506-507
Murders 3, 48-51, 132, 137, 143, 153, 158, 181, 335-338, 358-359, 371-372, 380-381, 395, 444-446, 448-449, 514-515, 546, 697-698, 719-720, 746, 767-768, 824, 958-960 274, 277-278, 301-304, 364-365, 619-628, 757-759, 792-793, 844-846, 1004
Murphey, Charles 77, 108, 120, 133, 169, 194, 201, 211, 214, 337, 361, 390, 445, 494  
Murphey, Moses 133  
Murphy, Anthony 903, 914-' 916, 919, 957 54, 107, 208, 226, 429, 555, 640
Murphy, George E.   494
Murphy, J. W.   41
Murphy, John E.   493, 522, 535, 542, 545, 547-549, 576, 760, 807
Murphy, John E., home of   547-549
Murphy, Mrs. Anthony   680
Murphy, Mrs. John E.   547, 760
Murray County 107, 120, 162, 734, 874 475, 901
Murrel's Row 265, 292, 328, 330-331  
Muscogee County   959
Muscogees. See Creek Indians    
Muse, George   870, 884
Music 645-647, 760, 797, 938 Vol.2, 63-64, 326, 329, 359, 389, 393, 411, 547-548, 566-569, 711, 721-722, 760, 765, 890, 920, 969-971, 983-987
Music Festival of 1909   547-548, 566
Music Festival Association, Atlanta   547-548, 567
Myers, William J.   301-304
Nance, A. Steve   949, 964
Nancy Creek 41-42, 126, 151, 246, 601-602, 606, 728 855
Nancy Creek, origin of name of 41-42  
Nancy Creek Primitive Baptist Church 39, 41, 69, 103, 121  
"Nancy Hanks"   288-289
Nash, J. Van Holt   355
National Aeronautical Association   843
National American Woman Suffrage Association   310
National Guard   627, 715
National Hotel 716, 737, 779 39, 433
National Industrial Recovery Act   905-908
National League for Women's Service   715, 742
National Linen Service Corporation   766-767
National Recovery Administration (NRA)   905-907
National Recovery Administration parade   907
National Reemployment Administration   918
Naturalized citizens 181, 208, 214, 312, 395  
Naval Air Base, United States   713
Naval Air Station, Atlanta   1002
Neal, John, home 638-639, 641, 649, 846, 848 127
Neal Bank, closing of   511-512
Neal Street, Atlanta 44  
Negro Boys' Club   919
Negro, business section   783.
Negro, Districts 740-741, 823 25-28, 64-65, 423-424, 543, 701-702
Negro Folklore   532-533
Negro settlements 740-741  
Negro Spirituals   985-986
Negro Expulsion Bill 804  
Negroes 39, 358-359, 434, 453, 484, 510-5l2, 553-554, 557, 567, 586, 595, 633-634, 652, 654, 677-678, 600, 689.691, 696-697, 701, 713, 719-721, 733, 736, 738, 740-744, 771-772, 776-777, 779, 782, 786, 792, 815, 822-823, 830-832, 859, 874, 877, 954-955 2, 25-29, 212-215, 281, 319, 323, 326, 345, 423-424, 438, 442, 499-504, 546, 556, 585. 607-610, 619-620, 622-623, 628, 631-632, 676-679, 699-700, 704, 708, 717, 746, 760, 782-783, 786, 789, 798, 808, 818, 824, 842, 846, 855-856, 881, 887, 900-901, 908-910, 919, 932, 1004
Negroes, education of 742-744, 820, 822-823, 954-955 28-29, 72, 206, 212, 320, 659-660, 839, 855-856
Negroes, efforts to disfranchise   499-500
Negroes, enfranchisement of 141, 777, 792  
Negroes, expulsion of, from Legislature 782, 804, 830-831  
Negroes, freedom of 740  
Negroes, occupations of 740.141  
Negroes, prominent 319  
Negroes, reseating of, in Legislature 832  
Negroes, richest in Atlanta   213, 215
Neill Primary Election Bill   673
Nelms, Beatrice   648-650
Nelms, John W.   226, 228, 307, 366, 519, 586, 648
Nelms, Marshall   650.651
Nelms, Mrs. John W.   648-650
Nelms, sisters, disappearance of   648-650, 673
Nelson, Allison 51, 230, 387-390, 801  
Nelson, Allison monument to 390  
Nelson, John B. 31, 50-51, 389  
Nelson, John B. children of 51  
Nelson, John B. murder of 50-51  
Nelson, L. D.   191
Nelson, Levi B.   191
Nelson Street   17, 528, 910
Nelson's Ferry 30-31, 50, 209, 230, 389  
Nelson's Ferry Road 159, 246, 390  
Neponset River 55  
Nesbit, William 15-17  
New Deal   905-909, 916-918, 931, 944, 956, 973
New Echota 135, 160  
New Era Daily 684-685, 728, 758-759, 788, 848, 859, &'38 3-4, 348-349, 674-675
New Era Building   3-6
New Gibraltar 127, 199, 204, 286  
New Hope Baptist Church, action at 582, 644  
Newcomb incident, the 471  
Newman, AlIen G.   576
Newman, William G. 846 201, 964
Newman, William T. 851, 859, 861, 875, 891, 902, 911, 925 1, 15, 357, 411, 435, 778
Newnan 55, 258-259, 332, 644, 660 490, 736, 808, 817, 847, 947, 952, 1004
Newnan, W. T.   542
News, Albany 788, 790-791  
News, Atlanta Daily   394-395, 498
News, Augusta   60
News, De Kalb 927  
News, Savannah Morning   420
Newspaper, De Kalb's first 79-80  
Newspapers 42, 70, 79-81, 233-234, 251-254, 278-280, 294, 334, 340, 377, 411, 480, 533, 572-573, 676, 684-685, 761, 788-791, 848, 869-870, 888, 905, 927-928, 947 3-6, 55-60, 93, 357, 394-395, 438, 498-499, 596, 781, 790-792, 899
Newspapers find temporary sanctuary in Atlanta 572-573  
Newsprint, wartime makeshift 573  
Newton County 6, 64, 100, 150, 165, 206, 381 488, 714, 855, 933, 941 205, 416, 587, 618, 654, 778, 996
Nichols, William P. 383  
Nicholson, H. Burke   770
Niles', Dexter, house 600, 603-604  
Nine O'Clock German Club   63-64
Nine O'Clock German Club first ball of   63-64
"Nine-Mile Circle" 191  
Nisbet, Eugenius A. 213, 337, 494, 524  
Nissen, fames 315-316  
"Noah's Ark"   682
Noble, James, Jr. 546 531
Norcross 127, 149, 246 857
Norcross, Jonathan 206-207, 219, 222, 223-224, 226, 235, 258, 260, 263, 265, 266, 279, 291, 298, 329-331, 342, 346, 353, 355, 358, 363, 365-366, 380, 406, 408-409, 438, 472, 498, 787, 816, 865-866, 933 21, 80, 371, 451, 473, 818
Norcross Building (illus,) 915 433
Norris, Jennie Newman   964
Norris Building   821
Normal School, State   206
North Avenue, Atlanta 115 172, 703-704
North Avenue Presbyterian School   549
North Decatur   252, 286
North Fulton County   66, 266, 292, 490, 793, 853, 922, 934.954
North Georgia Electric Com pany   430-431
Northeastern Railroad of Georgia 487  
Northen, Charles S.   249, 255, 280, 655
Northen, Nora Ernest   829
Northen, William J. 835 205-206, 241, 249, 255, 314, 376, 379, 468, 655, 681
Northern Baptist College   855
Northern Methodist College   855
Northside Drive   828
Northwestem Military District 678-680  
Norton, Henry 415  
Norwood   858
Nunnally, Charles T.   613, 902
Nunnally, James H.   511, 547 963
Nunnally, Mrs. James H.   547
Nunnally, Winship   974-975
Nunnally's, passing of old   974-976
Nutting, James R.   371, 375-376, 424-425, 787
Oak Grove   14
Oakhurst   545
Oakland Cemetery 314-316, 336, 345, 347-348, 395, 419, 430-431, 460, 487-488, 514, 529, 541, 547, 555, 575, 633, 662, 697, 720, 729, 768, 772, 797, 816, 822-823, 843, 852, 869, 889, 899-900, 908, 923-924, 941, 951 16, 38, 50-51, 67, 71, 91, 175, 184, 201, 276, 294, 305, 434, 470, 516, 738
Oakland Cemetery deed for lot in (illus,) 796  
Oakland City   297, 557-558, 818-819, 955
Oatman, Stephen B. 546, 708 448
Occupations 305-309, 489-491  
Ocmulgee River 3-4, 607  
Oconee 682  
Oconee River 2-3  
Odd Fellows 277, 294  
Officers, Atlanta 263-264, 282, 309, 342, 372, 388, 406, 425, 435-436, 451, 477, 525, S63, 669, 703, 733, 801, 828, 8S9, 875, 891, 902, 911, 925, 935, 953 1, 15, 37, 53, 87, 130-131, 164, 181-182, 207, 226, 249, 274, 294. 306-307, 335, 345, 353, 373, 388, 406, 420, 437, 454, 492, 506, 520, 539, 557, 573, 589, 601, 631, 657, 676, 698, 728, 755, 776, 787, 801-802, 809-810, 868-869, 924-926
Officers, first 263-264, 546  
Officers, salary increases of   37
Officers, De Kalb County 27, 38, 55, 69, 108, 121, 139, 152, 175, 180, 194, 208, 231, 266-267, 309, 340, 405, 479, 495, 525, 562, 673, 701-702, 793, 860, 892, 935, 953 19, 54, 90, 131, 181, 226, 274, 307, 353, 389, 420, 454, 492, 519, 556, 589, 632, 674-675, 776, 802, 835
Officers, Fulton County 368, 405, 435, 495, 524, 562-563, 673, 701-702, 793-794, 860, 892, 935, 953 19-20, 89-90, 181, 226, 274, 307, 336, 345. 353, 389, 454, 492, 506, 519, 556, 589, 632, 674, 759, 776, 810-811, 926-927, 956
Officers, State   294, 334, 801, 819
Officers' Training Camps, World War I   717-718
Ogeechee River 2  
Oglesby, Junius G.   235, 425, 535, 772
Oglethorpe, James Edward 1-2, 115 595
Oglethorpe County 125 103
Oglethorpe Park 802 23, 29, 39, 136
Oglethorpe University 39, 112, 639, 846-848, 902 519, 595-597, 932-933, 990
Oglethorpe University closing of, 1872 848  
Oglethorpe University Commercial Department 847  
Oglethorpe University Crypt of Civilization   597
Oglethorpe University faculty of 846-847  
Oglethorpe University honorary degrees given by   932-933
Oglethorpe University Law School 847  
Oglethorpe University Lupton Hall (illus,) 990  
Oglethorpe University Night School 847  
Oglethorpe University School of Banking and Commerce   596
Oglethorpe University refounded   595-597
Oglethorpe University subscribers to and benefactors of   595-596
O'Keefe, Daniel C. 821-822, 859  
O'Keefe, Thomas J. 440  
Oldfield, Barney   442
Oliver, John   469
Oliver, John E.   380
Oliver, John S.   469
O'Neal, Joshua 682-683  
Oostanaula River 72, 582  
Opelika 332  
Opera 725 547, 566-569, 684, 760, 837
Opera Metropolitan   566-569, 606-607, 760
Opera stars   442, 459, 547, 566-569, 606-607, 760
Orators and speakers 291, 296, 405, 760, 783-785, 851-852, 878, 905, 939 21, 32, 80, 84, 94, 117, 151-153, 167, 170-171. 200-201, 234, 255, 258, 297, 326, 328, 334-335, 341, 357-358, 360, 390, 393, 411, 424-425, 487, 522, 530, 541, 545, 619, 633, 739, 741-742, 746-747, 781-782, 832, 838, 853, 871. 899-900, 909, 931, 933, 968
Ordinary, De Kalb County 340, 357, 479, 793, 860, 892, 935 19, 181, 660, 802, 835
Ordinary, Fulton County 368-369, 442, 458, 497, 541, 562, 794 18, 336, 389. 660, 810, 926
Ordnance Depot fire, Atlanta   1004
O'Reilly, Thomas 652, 654  
O'Reilly, Thomas monument to 652  
Orme, Aquilla J.   280, 343, 632, 914
Orme, Francis H.   201, 343, 589, 617, 784
Orme, Joseph Thompson   64, 71, 207, 226, 294, 307, 335, 345, 617
Orme, Richard M. 43  
Orme, William Priestley 218, 220, 427, 863, 919 85, 292, 343, 886
Orme Circle   632
Ormewood Park   266, 789
Orr, Fritz   854-855
Orr, Gustavus John 847, 878 72, 161
Orr, Joseph Kyle   190-191, 425, 438, 455, 493. 522. 535, 636, 638, 718, 747, 966
Orr, W. W.   688, 836, 870
Orr, W. W., Doctors' Building   871
Otis, Robert R.   777
Ottley, John K.   191, 309, 392, 412, 513, 636, 638, 856, 911-912
Ottley, John K. kidnapping of   911-912
Ottley, Mrs. John K.   764, 912
Overby, Basil H. 361, 383, 393-394, 409, 424, 427, 460  
Overseers of poor 31  
Owen, A. W. 387-388  
Owens, Frank C. "Hop" 783  
Oxford 216, 551, 852 644, 660
Pace, Hardy 15, 108-109, 170, 661 351, 460, 853
Pace, Hardy children of 109  
Pace, Hardy, Solomon K 424  
Pace's Ferry 126, 170, 597, 601-602, 610, 619 267, 460
Pace's Ferry Road 15, 29, 64, 126, 133, 246, 307, 610 459, 549, 563, 574-575, 662, 798, 855
Paden, James 63, 75, 116, 119-120, 193, 358, 612 272
Paderewski, Ignace Jan, visits Atlanta   389
Page, Thomas Nelson   255, 533
Page, Thomas Nelson visits Atlanta   255
Page, Walter Hines   48
Paine, Thomas B.   817
Palmer, Charles F.   908, 960-961, 987
Palmer, Hastings D. 169, 194, 210  
Palmer, Howard E. W.   188, 234, 313, 374, 601, 784
Palmer, Margaret   986-987
Palmer, Mrs. Charles F.   987
Palmer Building   716, 782
Palmetto 332, 643-644 586, 617, 772, 894, 946
Panic, of 1857 423-424  
Panic, of 1873 482, 897-898, 902-903  
Panic, of 1893   235, 285-286, 312
Panic, of 1907   511-512, 519
Panola 34 12, 108, 115, 286
Panola Cotton Mills   286
Panola Plantation 112  
Panola Shoals 64, 819  
Panthersville 30, 152, 175-176 12, 115
Parades 783-785, 851, 938 32, 39, 82-84, 93-94, 116, 153, 233, 281, 327, 362, 383, 487, 537-538, 576-577, 619, 653, 708, 715, 738-739, 744-747, 831, 880-881, 898, 907, 970-971, 983-984
Pardons for erstwhile Confederates 687-688  
Park Authority, State   595
Park Commission   41, 101, 186, 335-336, 373, 388, 4SO, 539, 748, 788
Park Department, Atlanta   810
Parker, Isaiah 5, 38, 78, 127, 516  
Parker, Mrs. William A.   984
Parker, Otho J.   910-911, 925, 935, 943
Parker, William A. 714-715 793
Parks 115, 438, 548, 612, 617, 619, 623, 627, 639, 802 23, 29, 39-41, 101-102, 136, 142, 157-158, 175, 184-186, 220-221, 387, 475, 562, 714, 802, 926, 958, 992, 1004
Parr, Lewis J. 405  
Parrott, George W.   41-42, 71, 173, 692
Parrott, J. R. 772, 778  
Parrott, Samuel   227, 570
Parsons, Edward 743  
Parts Pups   842
Pastors 38, 51-52, 59-60, 68, 200, 216, 234, 239-241, 247-248, 268-270, 290-291, 294-296, 333-334, 347, 374, 401, 427, 439-440, 463-464, 45O, 516, 554, 586-588, 630, 653, 663, 676, 744, 812-814, 823, 843-847, 851, 885, 956 64, 135, 151, 228, 366-368, 378-379, 442-445, 494, 524, 549, 647-648, 759, 796, 805, 834, 930, 951, 967-969, 971-972
Pate, John N. 702, 740, 793, 842, 860 224
Patterson, Hyatt M.   24
Patterson, W. H.   503
Patti, Adelina   442
Paulding County 17, 76, 107 370
Paxon, Frederic J.   545, 579, 605, 638, 666, 688, 705, 716, 812-813, 997
Payne, Buddie Hill 103-104  
Payne, Colmmbus M. 563, 673, 703, 794 492, 506
Payne, Edwin 206, 247, 268, 831, 852 67, 492, 505, 573, 585-586
Payne, George F.   800
Payne, Carroll 71 71-72, 103-104, 234, 339, 377, 412, 480, 511, 535-536, 564, 576, 829, 841-842, 948
Payne, John Howard, sedition trial of 135  
Payne, Mrs. J. Carroll   841-842
Payne Memorial Church, Atlanta 795-797  
Peace Monument, unveiling of   576-577
Peachtree, origin of name 8-18 passim  
Peachtree Arcade 57, 716 403, 706
Peachtree Battle Avenue 18 563-564, 828
Peachtree Circle 18 463, 735
Peachtree Creek 8-9, 14, 18, 35, 52, 57, 100, 121, 152, 268, 602, 606-607, 609-614, 914, 954 253, 260, 395, 451, 525, 565, 660, 938
Peachtree Creek, battle of 610-614, 621, 626, 954 360, 392
Peachtree Creek, battle of (ilIus.) 611  
Peachtree Creek, battle of casualties of 614  
Peachtree Creek, battle of monument to 614  
Peachtree District   866
Peachtree Golf Club 112, 232, 607 882
Peachtree Heights 143 563-564
Peachtree Heights Park   563-564, 903
Peachtree HilIs Park 143  
Peachtree-Memorial Drive 18, 720  
Peachtree on Peachtree Hotel   606
Peachtree Road 4 15-18, 28-29, 39, 57, 65, 69, 75-76, 102, 112, 607-608, 610, 612-614, 705, 718, 452, 483, 525, 559. 563, 596, 662, 828, 831
Peachtree Road construction team 15-17  
Peachtree Road opening of 15  
Peachtree Station   730
Peachtree Street, Atlanta 18, 61, 116, 122, 164, 190, 199, 205, 215, 264, 587, 615-616, 627, 639, 655-656, 681, (illus,) 692, 750, 810-811, 861, 879-880, 883, (illus,) 915, 918, 948, 949 17, 84, 107, 110, 115-116, 123, 150, 153, 172, 191, 217-220, 256, 299, (illus,) 323, 347, 388, 403, 408, 433, 457, 463, 475, 488, 492-494, 528, 548, 565, 574, 576-577, 653, 684, 737-738, 745, (illus,) 780, 803, 821, 826, 880, (illus,) 889, 901, 916, 938, 983-984, 988, (illus,) 996, 1002
Peachtree Street, Atlanta 1890   217-219
Peachtree Street, Atlanta 1895, looking north from Aragon Hotel at Ellis Street (illus,)   323
Peachtree Street, Atlanta 1901, and Whitehall meet over railroad tracks (illus,)   403
Peachtree Street, Atlanta 1905, looking north from Ellis (illus)   484
Peachtree Street, Atlanta 1905, snow-bound (illus,)   475
Peachtree Street, Atlanta 1908, junction of Broad and (illus,)   528
Peachtree Street, Atlanta 1914, looking north from viaduct (illus,)   637
Peachtree Street, Atlanta 1921, looking north from viaduct (illus,)   780
Peachtree Street, Atlanta 1922, at Five Points    
Peachtree Street, Atlanta (illus,)   823
Peachtree Street, Atlanta 1931, west side, looking south from Cain Street (illus,)   889
Peachtree Street, Atlanta 1950, junction of Pryor and (illus,) 996  
Peck, George Starr 117  
Peck, John B. 372, 400, 406, 425, 472 416
Peck, John Calvin 117-118, 400, 956 142, 531, 859
Peck, William Henry   271-272
Peel, Mrs. William L.   760
Peel, William Lawson   686, 760, 837
Peeples, Edwin A.   964-963
Peeples, Henry Cabaniss   823, 953, 965
Peeples, Mrs. Edwin A   762
Peeples, Thomas J.   686, 698, 728, 787, 965
Pegram, Robert B.   781, 811
Pemberton, John Styth 884 119-123
Pemberton, John Styth home of (iIlus.)   120
Pemberton Chemical Company   120-122
Pendleton, John T.   71, 131, 165, 181, 207, 373, 453, 468, 480, 794
Pendleton Park   221
Penfield 199, 270, 748, 822 170
Penitentiary, Atlanta Federal   421-423, 710, 758, 798-800
Penitentiary, Atlanta Federal well-known inmates of   423
Penitentiary, Atlanta Federal Milledgeville 181 759
Penitentiary, Atlanta Federal State 721  
Perdue, Francis P. 796 128
Perdue, John A. 796 128, 525, 693
Perdue, Mrs. John A.   310, 923
Perkerson, Angus M. 56, 69, 659-660, 892, 953, 960 19, 90, 332
Perkerson, Dempsey 5, 56, 69, 134, 153, 158, 338, 660  
Perkerson, John 179  
Perkerson, Lizzie, describes wartime conditions south of Atlanta 659-660  
Perkerson, Thomas Jefferson 174, 211, 231, 241, 340, 347, 405, 435, 660, 949 915
Perkerson, William T.   797
Perkerson    
Park   1004
Perry, Herman E.   783
Perry, James A.   853, 869, 874
Pershing, John Joseph   715, 743, 748, 762
Pershing, John Joseph honored by Atlanta   748.
Pershing, John Joseph visits Atlanta   762
Pershing Point   748, 822, 831
Peters, Edward C.   42, 274, 350, 455, 473, 492, 519, 576, 854, 955
Peters, Richard 125, 218-219, 225, 227, 240, 248, 254-255, 278, 319, 346, 355-356, 383, 398, 409, 427, 588, 696, 733-736, 740, 750, 775, 833, 835, 863, 879-880, 885-886, 957 3, 41-42, 69-70, 89, 180, 201, 243, 304. 425-426, 443, 724, 854, 955
Peters, Richard residence of (illus,)   89
Peters Building 57, 692, 835 403
Peters' Park   69-70, 77
Peters Street, Atlanta 863 89, 153, 439, 460, 819
Phagan, Mary   619-628 passim
Phelan, Sidney H.   139, 141, 924
Phillips' District, De Kalb County 28  
Photography 485  
Physician, Atlanta city 436, 525, 546, S63, 669, 703, 733, 801, 828  
Physicians 66, 121-122, 132, 201, 216-217, 277, 283, 289, 315, 322, 353, 375-376, 399, 454, 508, 515, 525, 619, 626, 651, 669, 703, 733, 801, 828, 869, 899-900, 908, 941, 956 412, 420, 438, 448, 529-531, 549-550, 586-587, 808, 810, 826
Pickens County 162, 362  
Pickett's Mill, bloody affair at 582  
Piedmont Avenue, Atlanta 116, 654, 657, 672, 930 525
Piedmont Chautauqua   167-169
Piedmont Chautauqua buildings, Lithia Springs (illus,)   167
Piedmont Driving Club 662 64, 136, 143, 155-158, 255, 327-328, 342, 384, 424, 426, 487, 496-497, 510-511, 541, 578, 581, 652, 689, 761, 763, 816, 968, 983
Piedmont Driving Club incorporators of   155-156
Piedmont Driving Club presidents of   156
Piedmont Driving Club prominent Tennis Players of   157
Piedmont Driving Club social aspect of   157, 510-511, 581
Piedmont Exposition   145-155
Piedmont Exposition fire   496-497
Piedmont Exposition visit of    
Piedmont Exposition President and Mrs. Cleveland, highlight of   149-155
Piedmont Exposition Company   136, 142-143, 157-158, 161
Piedmont Hospital   483
Piedmont Hotel 63, 323, 656, 845 161, 439-442, 466, 545, 578, 580, 712, 716, 804, 920, (illus,) 996
Piedmont Hotel famous guests of   442
Piedmont Park   136, 142, 157-158, 175, 220, 267-268, 312-313, 316, (illus,) 317, 318-331 passim, 358-359, 361, 390, 400, 454-455, 479-480, 496, 562, 576, 613, 632, 653, 663, 701-702, 714, 788, 931
Piedmont Park plan of, in connection with Cotton States and International Exposition (illus,)   312
Pierce County   755
Pike County 6, 23-24, 132, 185, 281, 356, 572, 638, 838, 852 127, 161, 599, 903
Pike County creation of 23-24  
Pinckneyville   149, 602, 607
Pine Mountain occupied 582-583, 588  
Pine Street   702
Pineville   221
Pioneer amusements 32, 293-294, 375  
Pioneer amusements artisans 65-66  
Pioneer amusements Atlantans, interesting trio of (illus,)   347
Pioneer amusements ball 166  
Pioneer amusements churches. See Churches, pioneer    
Pioneer amusements cooking 32  
Pioneer amusements home-made articles 31-32  
Pioneer amusements homes 17, 31, 34, 81, 102-103, 104, 108, 110, 112, 115, 116-117, 121-122, 189-190, 199, 207-208, 216-217, 231-232, 238, 255, 280, 288-289, 297, 333, 338-339, 379, 382, 389, 443, 481-482, 487, 511 859
Pioneer amusements life 31-35  
Pioneer amusements light 32  
Pioneer amusements log cabins 32, 43-44, 199  
Pioneer amusements settlers. See Settlers, pioneer    
Pioneer amusements travel 32  
Pioneer amusements wedding 32  
Pioneers of De Kalb, Hairston's, excerpts from 32-35  
Pioneers, alphabetical list of De Kalb County 83-97  
Pioneers, alphabetical list of De Kalb County character of 31  
Pioneers, alphabetical list of De Kalb County church membership among 38-39, 51-52  
Pioneers, alphabetical list of De Kalb County land ownership of 31  
Pioneers, alphabetical list of De Kalb County slave ownership of 31  
Pioneers, alphabetical list of De Kalb County some prominent 32-35, 44-46, 52  
See also Citizens, Atlanta, some prominent; Citizens, De Kalb County, some prominent; and Citizens, Fulton County, some prominent    
Pittman, Daniel N. 127, 435, 524, 562, 572, 793, 839, 869, 958 18-19, 72, 127, 130
Pittman, F. A.   777
Pittman's Ferry 127, 148  
Pitts, Columbus A. 866  
Pitts, Ebenezer 28  
Pitts, Thomas H.   821-823, 964.
Pitts, famous soda fountain and cigar store of   821-822, (illus,) 823
"Pittsburgh"   64-65
"Pittsburgh Riot"   423-424
Place names 4, 8, 18, 24, 26, 97, 171 297-299
Place names Cascade   299
Place names Peachtree 18  
Place names perpetuating prominent pioneers, list of 97 171  
Place names wartime origin of 24 26  
Place names well-known old 4  
Plane, C. Helen   309-310, 591-593
Plantation house, built about 1835 by Robert H. Smith, at 2890 Druid Hills Road (illus,) 80  
Planters, Prosperous 153, 256-258, 280, 511, 612, 875 205
Planters' Hotel 476, 715-716  
Plaster, Benjamin 5, 56, 103, 141-143 531
Plaster, Benjamin family of 143  
Plaster, Benjamin will of, oldest on record 141-143  
Plaster, John, murder of 746  
Playgrounds   562
Plaza, downtown Atlanta   88, 306, 538
Plaza Park   958
Plaza Planning Commission   685-686
Plunkett, Andrew J. "Andy" 992  
Poe, Edgar Allan   233-234, 251, 442-443
Poetry   407-408, 418, 446-447, 655, 874, 1009
Poets 442-444 340-342, 359, 407-408, 417-418, 509, 655, 760, 808, 837, 859, 883
Police chiefs, Atlanta   345, 406, 424, 473, 574, 676, 699, 714, 758, 794-795, 898, 916, 918, 926, 944-945, 950, 959, 1004
Police Commissioners, Atlanta 891-892, 903-904 164, 181, 207, 249, 294, 335, 373 388, 406, 420, 424, 454, 539, 573, 788
Police committee   794-795
Police force, Atlanta 206, 353, 425, 436, 451, 477, 525, 546, 563, 669, 703, 733, 801, 802, 828, 859, 875-876, 891-892, 911-913 164, 181, 207, 209, 249, 274, 305, 345-347, 406, 423-424, 437, 470, 501-503, 507, 585, 657-658, 676, 699-700, 746, 758, 794-795, 802, 810, 829-830, 880, 926, 932, 943, 1004
Police honor roll of 703  
Police force, Fulton County 209 208-209, 810, 927
Police fatalities 876 345-346, 406, 437, 507, 699-700, 891
Police horses   829-830
Police patrol wagon 209  
Police station, Atlanta   281-282, 919
Police station "sleeper's book" 346-347  
Police volunteer 330  
Political corruption   2, 867-868
Politics 38, 53, 63-64, 69, 100-101 108, 126, 133, 151-152, 159, 169, 173-175, 194, 201, 205, 208, 213-214, 231, 271, 282-283, 309, 329-333, 340-343, 353, 387-390, 394, 405-406, 423-425, 434-436, 451, 473-477, 494-496, 524-525, S45-546, 562-563, 669, 680, 701-703, 733, 771-787, 791, 793-794, 801-802, 804-805, 827-858, 830-832, 859-861, 870-871, 873-875, 891-893, 902-904, 910-911, 925, 933, 935-936, 943, 952-953 1-3, 15, 18-19, 37, 50, 53-55, 69, 80-84, 87, 89-90, 107, 118, 130-131, 133, 158-160, 164, 181-182, 198, 205-207, 226, 249-252, 274, 294, 306-307, 345, 353, 373-374, 387-389, 403-406, 420, 437-438, 454, 472-473, 492, 499-500, 506-507, 519-520, 535-539, 556-557, 562, 573-574, 585, 589, 597, 601-602, 631-632, 657, 660, 673-676, 697-699, 727-728, 755, 758-759, 775-777, 787-788, 801-802, 809-811, 818-819, 837, 848, 868-869, 894, 921, 924-927, 936-937, 943-946, 948-950, 956, 972-973, 1002, 1004-1005
Polk, James 545, 702, 721  
Polk, Leonidas 583, 588  
Polk County 17  
Pomeroy, Edgar E. 758, 948  
Ponce de Leon Apartments 603, 887  
Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta 16, 209, 627, 883 220, 481-482, 509-510, 549, 565, 647, 662, 700-701, 703-704, 921, 968, 984
Ponce de Leon Park   387, 479, 497-498, 510, 613
Ponce de Leon Springs 881-883 497, 510
Ponder, Ephraim G. 511-513  
Poole, A. Lamar   758, 794-795, 845, 944-945, 95O, 952
Poole, Adam 56, 69, 104, 174, 394 291, 618, 671
Poole, Harry G., Jr. 56  
Poole, Harry G., Sr. 56  
Poole Creek Drive 56  
Poole's Creek 56  
Poole's District   866
Poolesville 104, 110, 166  
Poor School Fund, State 40-41, 73, 205, 284, 442, 458, 710, 748  
Poor School Fund Act of 1822 40-41  
Poor school laws 446  
Poorhouse, Fulton County 428, 436, 458-459, 478, 498, 513, 624, 673, 807, 875, 925, 935 810
Pope, John 736-739, 772-773, 776, 791  
Pope, John D. 807  
Poplar Street, Atlanta   475
Population, Atlanta 305, 361, 401, 488, 730, 828 1, 208, 387, 539, 556, 775, 866, 1002, 1006-1008
Population, counties 41  
Population, De Kalb County 38, 41, 82, 177-178, 304-306, 488, 852 1, 1002
Population, Fulton County 488-489 1, 208, 387, 556, 893
Population, Greater Atlanta   866
Population, United States 82, 177, 304  
Populist Party   249, 294, 334, 454
Porter, James Henry   41-42, 151-152, 180, 279, 350
Porter, James Henry home of (illus,)   152
Porter, Mrs. James Henry   151-152, 279
Porters, hotel 963  
Post office, Atlanta 344, 390, 684, 893 76, 198, 286, 308, 348, 434, 557, 602, 777, 888, 955
Post Office Department, United States 111  
Post offices 17-18, 58, 104, 111-113, 120, 127, 139, 152-153, 160, 171, 175, 181, 189, 226, 237-238, 285, 299, 333, 344, 390, 684, 802, 860, 907, 919, 926, 945-946 19, 110, 223, 286, 307, 348, 370-371, 383, 434, 596, 798, 806, 888, 955
Postal Telegraph & Cable Company   477
Postmasters 17-18, 58, 70, 104, 111-113, 120, 127, 139, 152-153, 160, 171, 175, 181, 189, 226, 237, 285, 298-299, 333, 344, 390, 432, 684, 802, 860, 893, 907, 919, 926, 945-946 11-14, 19, 76, 110, 198, 223, 286, 297, 308, 348, 371, 383, 434, 557, 596, 602, 777, 798, 955
Poverty 688-689 25-28, 66
Poverty postwar 688-689  
Powder Springs   51, 53
Powell, Arthur G.   507, 615
Powell, Chapman 121-122, 168, 201, 852, 900 417, 504, 586
Powell, Ella M.   355
Powell, James Oliver 612, 702 900  
Powell, James Oliver house of 612  
Powell, Thomas Spencer 431-432, 508, 684, 718, 859, 955-956 72, 332
Power companies, consolidation of   432
Powers, William "Old Limerick" 106  
Power's Ferry 108, 597, 601-602 266-267
Power's Ferry Road 29, 109, 160, 333, 606 531
Preacher-engineers 785-786, 973-974  
Preachers. See Pastors    
Preparedness, local wartime 551  
Presbyterian churches 51, 59, 139. 153, 247, 270-271, 347, 438-440, 654, 656, 676, 798, (illus,) 829, 845-846, 948, 956 195, 228-229, 366-367, 549, 637, 759-760, 798, 834
Presbyterians 51, 59, 177, 196, 247, 270-271, 291, 347, 438-440, 846 195, 366-367, 549, 759-760, 834
Presidents Club   716, 813, 921
President's Emergency Campaign of Atlanta   906-907
Preston   837
Prewett, Samuel 28, 58  
Prices, low   400
Princeton Factory 79  
Printers' strike 573  
Printing office, De Kalb's first 79-80  
Prison, State, at Milledgeville   627, ~6
Prison Commission, State   626, 673
Prison Farm, City 57, 547  
Prisoners of war 551  
Proctor's Creek 627  
Produce Row   632
Progressive Club   742
Prohibition 393-394 95-99, 130, 158-160, 517-518, 775, 959-960
Prohibition end of, in Atlanta   959-960
Prohibition failure of   160
Prohibition Amendment, repeal of   913-914
Prohibition Law of 1907, loop- holes in   518
Prohibition    
Party 393-394 130, 158-159, 673
Property Owners ($20,000 or more) list of Atlanta 1876 931-932  
Proscription 701  
Prospect Methodist Church 68-69 '  
Prospect Place   702
Pryor Street, Atlanta 190, 205, 236, 628, 639, 653, 657, 695-696, 715-716, 735, 824, 861, 867, 876, 923, 929, 946, 949 17, 153, 189-190, 264, 299, 306, 308, 492, 688. 803, 988, (illus,) 996
Public buildings and halls, Atlanta 465-466 See also Buildings, office and business  
Public schools. See Schools, Public    
Public utilities war   425-428
Public Works, Atlanta Commissioner of 733 164, 182, 208, 249, 307, 335, 388, 406, 420, 570, 573
Public Works, Fulton County superintendent of   142, 810, 926
Public Works, State Board of 100  
Public Works Administration (PWA)   909, 919
Pulaski County 3, 6  
Pumpkintown 70, 644  
Putnam County 3, 101, 206, 869, 928 385, 468, 554, 617
Quadruplets 824  
Quillian, F. A.   522
Quillin, Martha Amanda, letter of 694-695  
Quincy 55  
Quitman   901
Rabbis 757-758  
Rabun County   431, 514, 947
Race riots   133, 500-504
Race riots casualties of   133, 504
Race Track 752  
Radical reconstruction, military government under 733-779:  
Radical reconstruction, civil government under 779-793 et seq.  
Radicalism 676, 679, 771, 781, 798, 873-874  
Radicals 781-782, 827-828, 831, 859, 873-874  
Radio 947 58, 759, 790-792
Radio amateurs   790-792
Radio broadcasting   759, 790-792, 832, 919-920, 983, 986
Radio operators   791
Radio programs   792
Radio sets, crystal   790
Radio stations   790-792, 919
Ragsdale, Isaac N.   779, 819, 828, 831-833, 837-838, 843, 848, 851, 867, 874, 880-881, 955
Ragsdale, John C. 451, 794, 842, 941  
Ragsdale, William M.   437-438
Railroad Act, 1836 145-146, 149-150  
Railroad Act, amendment to 150  
Railroad Act, 1841 185  
Railroad air-brake 865  
Railroad charter, first Georgia 79  
Railroad charters 122-123, 145, 150-151  
Railroad commuter service 751  
Railroad construction 148-151, 156-159, 164-169, 190-191, 200-201, 208, 313, 452, 751, 848 22-23
Railroad convention, Knoxville 144  
Railroad convention, Macon 144-145  
Railroad crossing, Whitehall Street, 1860 (illus,) 475  
Railroad damage suits 834  
Railroad development   64-65
Railroad difficulties, postwar 682-683  
Railroad engineers   395-397, 445-446, 523-524, 785-786, 884-886, 952, 973-974
Railroad engines 896 1002 See also Locomotives
Railroad enterprises, sentiments pro and con 167-168  
Railroad mail cars, white 957  
Railroad mismanagement 832-833  
Railroad night running 164  
Railroad passenger service 482-484  
Railroad passenger station, Atlanta, 1860 (illus,) 487, 552-553  
Railroad proposal, Cincinnati 143-144  
Railroad raids 520-524  
Railroad rates, stabilization of 922-923  
Railroad reduced for International Cotton Exposition   32
Railroad rolling stock 184, 191-, 192, 222, 333, 360, 383-384, 520-524, 672, 674, 864  
Railroad roundhouse and shops fire   495-496
Railroad shops   811
Railroad stations 104, 167, 188, 189-190, 199, 235, 246, 278, 364, 382-383, 487, 552-553, 601, 695-696, 711, 751, 809, 811, 838-840, 876, 929 150, 154, 240, 253-254, 308, 406-408, 437, 476, 477-479, 486, 488, 677, 730, 811, 872-875
Railroad survey, first 100  
Railroad surveys 100, 148-150, 188, 218, 259, 383  
Railroad, terminal controversy 183-188  
Railroad, trains   288-289, 812, 825, 874-875, 884-886, 1005
Railroad, tramway, first with metal    
Railroad, tracks 55  
Railroad, transportation, wartime 533-534 356
Railroad, travel 167, 484  
Railroad, trips, first 191-193, 218-221 234-236 .  
Railroad, wrecks 383 395-397, 445-447, 523-524, 786, 824-825, 951-952
Railroad Commission, State 156, 165, 174-175, 184-185, 922 427, 431, 466. 519
Railroad Manual 148  
Railroads 55, 79, 100-101, 113, 122-123, 125-126, 143-151, 164-169, 173-175, 179, 183-188, 190-193, 199-201, 208, 218-222, 257-259, 313-314, 332-333, 360, 452, 622, 658, 710-711, 751, 848-849, 864, 889, 895-896, 922-923, 929 21-23, 43-45, 160, 238-239, 252-254, 285, 288-289, 356, 395-397, 406-409, 466, 475-479, 520-524, 615, 708, 773-774, 785-786, 811-812, 872-875, 951-952, 973-974, 1002
Railroads, land commissioners for 156, 165, 174-175  
Railroads, pioneer steam, near Georgia 79  
Railroads, postwar condition of 710-711  
Railroads, versus canals, controversy of 100-101  
Railroads, wartime destruction of 658  
Rain 862-863, 923 527, 935
Rainwater, Char1es Veazey   126
Raleigh 43  
Rambo, Mrs. R. K.   823
Ramspeck, Robert   906
Randolph County 786 119, 934
Rankin, J. G.   131, 181
Rankin, Jesse W.   135, 200, 272
Ransom, Ronald   916
Ratteree, Alexander, litigations of 174-175  
Rawson, Edward Everett 431, 546, 563, 642, 714, 733-734, 740, 750, 752, 775, 821, 846, 877, 909, 961 1, 72, 180, 291-292, 434, 654
Readmission of Georgia to representation in Congress 778-780  
Real estate 206, 220, 223-224, 255-256, 274, 281-282, 322-323, 350-351, 355-356, 396, 431, 696-697, 751-753, 797, 838-839, 862, 885-886, 898, 906-907, 922, 930-931, 950 46, 69-70, 94-95, 188, 217, 220-224, 227, 282, 377, 455-457, 493, 525-527, 540-541, 563-564, 589, 602-603, 632, 634-635, 797-798, 803, 806-807, 811, 821, 828, 833, 850, 853-854, 886, 890, 919, 929-930, 938-939, 1004-1005
Real estate situation, unique 281-282  
Real estate transaction, largest ever made in southern states   526-527
Real estate Board, Atlanta   540-541, 685
Real estate Board, presidents of   541
Real Estate Boards, Georgia Association of   540
Real Estate Boards, National Association of   540
Real Estate Commission, Georgia   540
Real property owners, large, in Atlanta, 1914   634-635
Recollections of an Atlanta Boy 286-299  
Reconstruction, postwar   756
Reconstruction, radical postwar 669-875  
Reconstruction, radical postwar, end of 873-874  
Reconstruction, radical postwar, results of 874-875  
Reconstruction Acts 733-736, 738, 774  
Reconstruction Acts, Southern reaction to 734-736  
Reconstruction Finance Corporation   897, 972
Reconstruction in Georgia 741  
Reconstructionists 771  
Recorder, Atlanta   249, 274, 335, 345, 373, 388, 420, 573, 631, 728, 755, 787, 802, 809, 819, 869, 926 See also Auditor and Recorder, Atlanta
Recovery, postwar, summed up 729-730  
Red Cross, American   485, 690, 705, 713, 762-763, 916
Red Cross, Atlanta Chapter   713, 762, 764, 916, 938, 948
Red Cross, Atlanta selected as south-eastern headquarters for   713
Red Cross, diet kitchens   690
Red Men's Wigwam (illus,)   1007
Red Oak 632  
Red Rock Building 835  
Redwine, Charles D.   931, 944.
Redwine, Lewis defalcation of   275-276
Reed, Martha 216  
Reed, Thomas Harrison   956-958
Reed, Wallace P. 627-628 4, 6, 70
Reed, Wallace P. describes siege of Atlanta 627-628  
Reed (Thomas Harrison) Report, the   956-958, 1005
Reform, Atlanta municipal I 903-1904    
Refugees from Atlanta 626  
Regenstein, Julius 886-888  
Regenstein's 886-888  
Register, Raleigh 43  
Registration of voters, post- war 738-739  
Reid, John 57  
Reid, Neel   825-826
Reidsville 3  
Reinhardt, Augustus M.   249
Relief, emergency   938
Relief, for indigent 133, 232, 559-560, 718 65-66, 389, 483-485, 690, 763, 894-897
Relief, soldiers' 513, 529-532, 539, 570, 752-753  
Relief, organizations, women's 531-532  
Relief, problem, national   897
Religion 38-39, 51-52, 59-60, 68, 77-78, 139, 153, 169-170, 177, 196, 200, 207, 216, 239-241, 247-248, 268-271, 290-291, 294-296, 333-334, 347, 360, 373-374, 379, 434, 438, 463, 480, 516, 554, 586-588, 654, 663, 676, 812-814, 843-846, 885, 956 64, 110-111, 135, 228, 366-368, 378-379, 442-445, 492-494, 549, 759-760, 798, 854, 930-931, 966-972
Reneau, Russell 334  
Renick, Edward Ireland   47-49, 398
Renick and Wilson   48-49
Reorganization Act of 1931   870-875
Republic Block 896, 917  
Republican, Atlanta 334  
Republicans 473, 685, 761, 771, 779, 781-782, 788, 802, 827, 871, 874, 933 3, 198, 334, 673, 777
Resaca 582, 589, 644  
Reserve Officers' Training Corps   173, 412
Reservoirs   432
Residential construction, boom in   564
Retail Credit Company   380-383
Retail Merchants' Association   664
Returnees, Atlanta 662, 675  
Revivals, religious 294  
Revolution, War of American 11, 24, 120, 178, 182, 424  
Revolution, War veterans of 120, 178, 182, 272, 344  
Rex   951
Reynolds, J. G.   188
Reynolds, Joseph S.   741
Reynoldstown   539
Rhodes, Amos G.   735
Rhodes, Amos G. residence of (illus,)   463, 735, 847
Rhodes, Joseph D.   735
Rhodes Center   463
"Rhodes Hall"   735
Rhodes-Haverty Building   853, (illus,) 996
Rice, Frank P. 481, 819, 845, 859, 891, 910 5, 41, 66, 130, 140, 179-180, 226-227, 241, 255, 345, 379, 403-405, 452, 454, 724, 797, 800, 847
Rice, John 713, 838, 914  
Rice, Theron H.   197, 367, 793
Rice, Zachariah A. 279, 405, 424, 495, 563, 585, 661, 669, 696 87, 224
Rich, Daniel   724, 778
Rich, Emanuel 764-765 351, 724
Rich, Morris 764-765 724, 778, 847
Rich, Walter H. 765 646
Rich, William 764-765 724
Richards, Robert H. 919, 957 41-42, 46, 59, 137, 177, 180, 323
Richards, Robert H. home of (illus,)   323
Richards, Samuel Pierce, diary of 199, 518, 524, 526-527, 534-535, 542-543, 549, 551, 556-559, 562, S64, 590, 600, 606, 622, 630-631, 636-637, 643, 683, 690, 706-707, 712, 723-725, 727, 734, 760, 766-767, 772, 775-777, 779, 781-783, 786-787, 798, 801-802, 810, 841-842, 844, 862-863, 879, 883, 894, 925, 930, 935, 953 10, 60, 69, 200, 274, 359, 569
Richards, William G.   152, 208, 262, 332
Richards, S. P., Paper Company (illus,)   1007
Richardson, Frank H.   255, 468
Richardson, Henry F.   234
Richardson, Joe L.   937
Richardson, John A. 903, 910 772
Richland   770
Richmond County   500, 965
Richmond & Danville Railroad   142, 150, 238-239, 253, 268, 939
Richmond and West Point Terminal Company   285
Rich's, Inc. 763-765 646, 724, 778, 797, 807
"Ride-rob" epidemic   918
Ridley, Robert B.   180, 452, 800, 933
Riley, James Whitcomb visits Atlanta   359
Rinehart, Mary Roberts, visits Atlanta   709-710
Riordan, Julia T. (illus,)   331
"River Line"   230-231, 254, 426, 527
Rivers, Eurith D.   869, 936, 944, 948, 950, 955-956, 959, 967-969, 984-986
Rivertown   959
Roach, Elisha J. 801, 875 53, 72, 164, 182, 208, 224, 357
Road and bridge problem, pioneer 28-30, 52-53, 210, 328-329, 345-346, 536, 549 108
Road and bridge problem, building, 1825 52-53  
Road and bridge problem, commissioners, pioneer 28-29, 56-57, 69, 108, 120, 134, 175-176, 245-246, 267-268, 312  
Road and bridge problem, names, designating early settlers, list of 97, 171  
Roads 29-30, 52, 56-57, 64-65, 69, 75-76, 97, 109-110, 120, 127, 133-134, 158-159, 169, 180, 193, 201, 232-233, 245-246, 267-268, 284-285, 287, 312, 328-329, 333, 369, 379, 429-430, 442, 458, 459, 479, 529, 720, 747, 750, 794, 806-807 8, 108, 131-133
Roads basic, provided for by Act of July 28, 1823 29-30  
Roads leading pioneer 30, 52, 56-57, 64. 65, 75-76, 109-110, 245-246, 267, 287, 333, 379  
Roads pioneer, persons named to view and designate routes of 29-30  
Roads and Revenues, Commissioners of, De Kalb County   107, 134, 674, 834
Roads and Revenues, Fulton County   19, 840, 926
Roan, Leonard S.   621-622, 624
Roark, William W. 309, 331, 662, 728, 862  
Robberies, highway 446  
Robert, L. W., "Chip" Jr.   881, 909
Robert Fulton Hotel   803-805
Robinson, Frank Mason   120-121, 125-126, 767, 769, 771, 798, 800
Robinson, James D.   238-961
Robinson, Luke 38, 170  
Robinson, Mrs. Frank Mason   771, 798
Robinson, Roby 791  
Robinson, Wilbert   918
Rock Chapel Methodist Church 51-52  
Rock Mountain 18  
Rock quarries 256 108
Rockbridge 43, 495, 543, 609, 648, 677, 785  
Rockbridge Road 30, 694  
Rockdale County 819, 855 249, 447, 793, 965-966
Rockdale County creation of 855  
Rockdale Park   811
Rockefeller, John D.   28-29
Rockmart   825, 915
Rogers, Will   881-882
Roller-skating 841-842  
Rolling mills 426-427, 532, 629, 633-634 693
Romare, Paul 685-686 72, 468, 693
Rome 260, 448, 643, 748, 781, 884, 888, 953-954 4, 117, 199, 202, 334, 349, 432, 923, 993
Roosevelt, Elliott 154  
Roosevelt, Franklin D.   837-838, 894, 897-900, 904-905, 909, 930-932, 944, 973, 1004
Roosevelt, Franklin D. visits Atlanta   837-838, 897-900, 909, 930-932
Roosevelt, James   897-900
Roosevelt, Mittie Bulloch 153-154 485-486
Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D. 154 897, 932, 963
Roosevelt, Mrs. Theodore   485-488, 505
Roosevelt, Theodore 153-154 113, 290, 355, 442, 454, 469, 485-488, 534, 578, 782
Roosevelt, Theodore visits Atlanta   485-488, 578
"Roosevelt Day" in Atlanta   897-900
Root, Sidney   41, 242, 496
Rosecrans, William Starke 549-551  
Ross, John O.   782
Rosser, E. B.   345
Rosser, Luther Z.   454, 539, 598, 621-622, 624, 800, 810, 956
Roswell 153-155, 344, 595, 600-602, 610, 638, 728 14, 266, 301, 485-486, 825, 883, 894, 902
Roswell exact contemporary of Atlanta 153  
Roswell Bridge 30, 595, 600-601  
Roswell Mills 153, 595-597  
Roswell Road (illus,) 307, 312, 601 798
Rotary Club. Atlanta   611-612, 742, 881
Rotary International 611-612  
Rotary Soldiers. Club   742
Rough and Ready 104, 632, 638. 641-642, 645  
Rough Riders, Roosevelt's   113, 290, 485
Rowan, Andrew S., and "message to Garcia"   354
"Rowdy Party" 329-330 Roxboro 383  
Rucker, Henry A.   808
Rucker, Jett W. 71, 215, 277 398, 686
Ruger, Thomas H. 773-774, 778, 831  
Ruins of Atlanta & West Point and Georgia Railroad Roundhouse 1865 (illus,) 672  
Rushton, William 750 35
Russell, Richard B. 597 507, 530, 819
Russell, Richard B., Jr.   869-870, 894, 897-898, 931, 936, 944
Russell, William A.   71
Russell, William J. 597  
Ryan, Augustus J.   613, 965
Ryan, Frank T. 911, 925 37, 513
Ryan, John   179. 270. 351, 531, 613, 887-888. 965
Safety, Committee of Atlanta 508  
Sage, William H.   746
S. Lemon Banking Company, Acworth 69  
St. Charles Avenue   701
St. Clair-Abrams, Alex   4, 6, 53
St. John's River 2  
St. Joseph's Infirmary   8-9, 529
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Atlanta 588-589, 843-844  
St. Mary's River 3  
St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Atlanta 587, 652-653, 813, 843-844 21
St. Simon's Hotel   355
Salmons, Lewis S. 669  
Salm-Salm, Agnes Leclerq 681  
Salm-Salm, Felix 680-681  
Saloons 919-920 9, 98-99, 130, 160, 517-518
Saloons, closing of   517-518
Salt 719  
Salvation Army   211-212, 746, 748, 763, 949
Sandersville 3 551, 883, 955
Sandtown 8, 70, 595, 638 894
Sandtown Road 30, 54, 64, 159, 201, 217, 624-626, 751 297, 299
Sandy Creek 30  
Sanitary Department, Atlanta Vol. 850, 926  
Sanitary inspector, Atlanta   335, 388
"Sans Souci Castle"   682
Sasseen, Edward R. 546, 662, 669, 695, 908  
Savannah 1-2, 125, 213, 739, 748, 877, 889, 950, 954 50, 194, 240, 340, 343, 355, 420, 490, 532, 632, 652, 883, 951, 966, 992
Savannah River 2  
Sawmill, Jonathan Norcr05S 206  
Sawtell, Thomas R.   581, 713
Scalawags 771, 776  
Scalping of William Mclntosh 48  
Scheff, Fritzi   763
Schley, William 144-145, 147-149, 279  
Schley, Winfield Scott, visits Atlanta   383-384
Schofield, Lewis 629, 736, 846, 863 304
Scholastic population. Atlanta, census of 877  
School, Female 290, 334  
School, Free 392-393  
School, districts, Atlanta 877  
School, principals, 1915   658-660
School, system, public, established 820-822  
School, expansion of   795-796, 1008
School, official opening of 876. 879  
School, organization of, in 1915   658-660
School Commissioner, State 777, 847, 878 161
School of Household Arts   690
School of Social Work   855
Schools 40-41, 247-250, 290, 334-335, 357, 392-393, 446-448, 456-458. 497, 549, 570, 675-676, 709-710, 742-744, 748-749, 753, 820-822, 847, 876-879, 899, 906, 943-944 72-73, 108, 206, 267, 297, 412, 420, 496, 549, 658-660, 746, 776, 795-796, 811, 828, 839, 973, 1004-1005
Schools, Catholic   412
Schools, high 878-879, 899, 906 72-73, 297, 496, 660, 733-734, 746, 811, 839, 973, 1004
Schools, Kindergarten   660
Schools, negro 742-744 73, 206, 659-660, 795-796, 839
Schools, poor 41, 442, 446-447, 458, 570, 710, 748  
Schools, private 248-249, 334, 709-710, 742, 748-749, 943-944  
Schools, public 247, 357, 446-448, 4S6-458, 497, S49, 710, 820-822, 876-879, 899 72-73, 420, 658-660, 795-796, 811, 839, 1004-1005
Schools, superintendent of, Atlanta 748 388, 658, 810, 925, 973, 1004
Schools, superintendent of, Fulton County   810
Scott, Emma 944  
Scott, George W.   194-195, 448, 778
Scott, Winfield 160, 162  
Scotti, Antonio   459, 547, 567
Scottish Rite Hospital   187
Scottsborough   585
Scruggs, William L. 735, 761, 877 72, 598
Sculptors   72, 116, 215, 305, 494-495, 508, 576, 592-595, 975, 1004
Seaboard Air-Line Railroad 18, 52 252-253, 466
Seago, A. K. 898-899  
Seal, Atlanta city (illus. ) 462 131
Seal of Confederacy   310
Seal, De Kalb County 38  
Seal, State 874  
Seals, John H.   53
Sears-Roebuck, Atlanta 115, 904  
Secession, Georgia's, question of 476. 493-495  
Secession convention 494-495  
Secretary of Interior, United States   252, 781
Secretary of State, Georgia 804, 908 50, 224, 294, 869
Secretary of State, United States 125  
Secretary of War, United States   781
Sectional dominance, shifting in 875  
Sectionalism 115  
Seed house, quaint   680-682
Selective Service Act, 1940   113
Self-help plan, Fulton County's   895-897
Selig, Simon S.   906
Selznick, David O.   982-983, 986-987
Seminole Indians 139-141, 162  
Seminole War 140-141, 144  
Seminole War, De Kalb casualties of 141    
Senoia   171, 529, 846
Servant problem 725  
Settlers, pioneer 5, 32-35, 3&-39, 42-46, 51-53, 60-61, 65-66, 68-70, 76-78, 83-97, 101-103, 108-112, 115-122, 129-134, 138-139, 141-143, 153-154, 157.159, 170-171, 175-177, 181-182, 195-197, 199-200, 206-208, 211, 269-271, 273-275, 306-309, 375, 379, 381-382, 394-395, 397-402, 414, 466-469  
Settlers in 1820, list of 5  
Seventh Day Adventists   220
Sewer system, Atlanta   209-211, 811, 828, 959, 1008
Shallowford 4, 5, 30, 43, 69, 72, 601  
ShaIlowford Road 30, 52, 121, 193, 612  
Shaw, George 395  
Sheffield, Isham M.   238
Sheldon, Charles A., Jr.   890
Shelton, Charles B.   854
Shelton, Mrs. Charles B.   854
Shepperson, Gay B.   916, 918, 973
Sheriff, De Kalb County 38, 69, 108, 121, 139, 175, 194, 208, 231, 266, 309, 330, 340, 405, 435, 479, 562, 702, 793, 860, 892, 911, 960, 14 131, 353, 420, 589, 835  
Sheriff, Fulton County 368, 405, 435, 495, 524, 562, 793, 892, 953 19, 90, 226, 274, 336, 519, 674, 810, 927, 956
Sherman, William T. 148, 207, 211-212, 457, 575-585 passim, 595-653 passim, 676, 683, 694-695, 712, 788, 846, 953-954 131
Sherman, William T. visits Atlanta, 1879 953-954  
Sherman's Neckties" 609, 651  
Sherwood, Adiel 18, 64, 73  
Sherwood Forest   347, 559 1005
Shivers, Thomas 546-547  
Shoe trade   607-608
Shortages, wartime 533, 538  
Shoup, Pearl Peck 117  
Shriners' Convention, National, 1914 (illus,)   637, 650-653
Shropshire, A. J.   274
Shumate, Joseph D. 27, 31, 44, 55, 58-59  
Shumate, Mason 44-46, 133, 335 332
Shumate, Mason, inventory of estate of 45  
Shumate, Mason, nine children of 44  
Shumate, Nancy Gatewood 44  
Sibley, Samuel H. 871  
Silvey, Drury 5  
Silvey, John 215, 277, 347, 735, 865 72, 180, 350, 416, 587, 929
Simmons, C. Jerome   409
Simmons, James N. 669, 674, 889  
Simmons, William Joseph   669
Simpson, Leonard Christopher 65, 211, 213, 217, 263-264, 329, 342, 353, 372, 376, 387, 425  
Simpson Street, Atlanta 65, 627, 824  
Sims, Walter A.   758, 772, 787, 794, 796-797, 801, 809, 819-820
Singers, prominent   442, 459, 547-548, 566-569, 709, 711, 721-722, 760, 763, 837, 896
Sisson, Vardy P. 801, 851 531
Sketch of Atlanta, G. B. Haygood's 461-463  
"Slab Town" 206, 265-266, 288, 331  
Slaton, John Marshall 835 255, 277, 487, 525, 585, 597, 605, 626-627, 658, 663, 693, 894, 901, 953, 973
Slaton, Martha   973
Slaton, Mrs. John Marshall   417, 489, 525, 605
Slaton, Sarah Frances Grant   277
Slaton, William F. 693, 973  
Slaton, William 658, 693, 973  
Slaughter pens 569-570  
Slave insurrection, Nat Turner's 99  
Slave traders 358, 453, 495, 484, 495, 511, 553-554, 586  
Slavery issue 99, 271, 340, 412, 434, 453, 471, 679, 701  
Slaves 39, 45, 73, 99, 119, 201, 343, 357-359, 453, 495, 511-512, 553-554, 557, 571, 586  
Slaves, religious instruction of 39  
Slaying of William McIntosh Jane Hawkins' account of: 48-49  
Slum clearance   802, 908-910, 920, 960-962, 997
Small, Bessie Duke   824
Small, Samuel White 789, 927 891
Smallpox 277-278, 292-293, 355, 547-548, 705  
Smallpox hospital 548, 705  
Smith, Alex. W.   314, 455, 817
Smith, Alfred E.   837-838
Smith, B. M. 496  
Smith, Britain 28-29  
Smith, Burton   368
Smith, Charles Whiteford   664, 800
Smith, George Gilman 272, 286-299, 397-398  
Smith, George Gilman Recollections of 272, 286-299  
Smith, George Kerr 211, 494  
Smith, Hal L.   615
Smith, Hoke 835 21, 57, 138-141, 164-165, 245, 249, 252, 362, 367-368, 373, 466-467, 499-500, 506, 519, 522, 532, 545, 549-550, 556, 565, 576, 585, 636, 655, 775, 777, 781, 838, 891
Smith, Hoke becomes Secretary of Interior   252
Smith, J. Henley 573 513
Smith, James Milton 835, 871, 873, 908, 933 50
Smith, Jasper Newton "Jack"   467-468, 803
Smith, John E.   615
Smith, John M. 614-615  
Smith, Laura M.   779-781
Smith, Mrs. Hoke   255, 316, 362
Smith, Redick 5  
Smith, Robert H. 80  
Smith, Shelby   574
Smith, Telamon Cruger Cuyler, becomes Telamon Cruger Smith Cuyler   466-468
Smith, Tullie 80  
Smith, Z. H.   182
Smith, John, Company   614-615
Smith's Chapel 59  
Smithton   12
Smyrna 73, 595 447
Smythe, William H.   434
Snake Nation 266, 288, 298, 328, 331, 658  
Snapfinger Creek 33. 57, 64, 112, 134. 329 108, 776
Snow   14, 69, 274, 374, 473-475, 483, 935, 1002
Soap Creek 597-599, 601  
Social Circle   416
Social events, outstanding 809, 894, 939-940, 953-954 33-34, 60-64, 103-104, 145, 151-152, 157, 240, 255-257, 278-281, 309, 327-329, 334, 355-356, 362-363, 384, 390-392, 439, 459, 487-488, 494, 510-511, 545-547, 567-568, 575-576, 581-583, 604-605, 652, 689-691, 760-764, 781-782, 805, 816-817, 832-833, 838, 874, 898, 921, 932, 982-991 passim
Social work   483-485, 690, 798
Socialists   335
Society, characteristics of Atlanta 867-868  
Soda fountain, Atlanta's first 766  
Soldiers' Home   266
Sommers, Harry   986
Sons of Confederate Veterans   595
Sororities   764
Sousa, John Philip, and his band   329
"South Atlanta" 823  
South Fulton County 949 836, 952
South River 35, 57, 64, 134, 153, 245, 268, 819 209-211, 260
Southeastern Fair   663-666
Southeastern Fair Association, presidents of   665
Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools   549
Southern baseball league   76-77
Southern Bell Telephone Company, Atlanta 118, 940 23, 853, 888, 919
Southern Central Agricultural Society 238-239, 318-322  
Southern Christian Advocate, Methodist 171  
Southern Commercial Congress   578-580
Southern Confederacy, The 454, 472, 533, 573  
Southern Express Company 775  
Southern Fast Air Express   852
Southern Interstate Fair   390
Southern Journalists' Association   387
Southern League (baseball)   613-614
Southern Medical College of Atlanta 772, 955-956 355, 644, 821
Southern Medical College of Atlanta faculty of 956  
Southern Miscellany, The 251-254, 257, 278-279  
Southern Railway 15, 103, 149, 20~, 246, 488, 730, 816 45, 150, 160, 285, 295, (illus,) 321, 395-397, 466, 476, 479, 486, 523, 596, 615, 811-812, 825, 973-974, 1002
Southern Railway wreck   825
Southern Railway Company   295
Southern Railway and Steamship Association 922-923  
Southern Recorder, Milledgeville 43, 50, 53, 159, 164, 168  
Southern Recorder & Federal Union 179  
Southern Tariff Association, Congress of   780-781
Spalding, Albert   548, 784
Spalding, Hughes   760
Spalding, Jack Johnson   46, 49-50, 157-158, 240, 307, 314, 427, 431, 483, 493, 576, 757, 760, 824, 827, 963, 966-968
Spalding, Mrs. Hughes   760
Spalding, Mrs. Jack Johnson   760
Spalding, Robert D.   42, 65, 82, 117, 139, 194, 200, 255, 258, 380, 429, 455, 513
Spalding County 6 735, 902, 964
Spanish-American War   113, 125, 353-357
Spanish-American War, destruction of battleship Maine   354
Spanish-American War, local casualties of   356-357
Spanish-American War, movements of Georgia Volunteer troops during   356-357
Spanish-American War, participation of Atlantans in   354-357
Spanish-American War veterans of   383, 490, 530, 586, 796, 847, 884, 891, 947, 954, 993, 996
Sparta 3 554
Speakers. See Orators and speakers    
Speculation 513  
Speer, Daniel Norwood   42, 173, 180, 207
Speer, Emory   50, 326, 593
Speer, Mrs. W. A.   760
Speer, W. A.   760
Speer, William J.   334, 891
Spelman College   855-856
Spelman Seminary   28-29, 212, (illus,) 320
Spencer, Samuel   295, 773
Spencer, Samuel B. 902 848
Spiller, Rell J.   798, 803, 881, 913
Spiller, R. J., Field   803
Spool Cotton Company 143  
Sports 725-727, 883-884 62, 76-77, 173-174, 342, 368-369, 461, 564, 583-584, 590-591, 613-614, 691, 782-783, 798, 803, 824, 875-882, 912-914, 918-919
Stafford, Bessie S.   760
Spring Street, Atlanta 615-616 120, 653, 796-797, 872, 888, 962
Spring Street where it joins Peachtree, map showing battle action at (illus,) 616  
Spring Street viaduct   796-797
Springs 57  
SSS Company 896-897  
Stage lighting, electric   281
Stagecoaches 129-130, 165, 195, 199, (illus,) 215, 219, 486, 546  
Standard, De Kalb 414  
Standard Club   481-482, 808
Standard Life Insurance Company   783
Standing Peachtree 8-18, 28-29, 70, 76, 104, 149, 177, 189 451, 466
Standing Peachtree cited in statewide publication, 1829 18  
Standing Peachtree documents pertaining to 9-14  
Standing Peachtree first town in De Kalb County to become post office 17-18  
Standing Peachtree namesakes of 15, 18  
Standing Peachtree origin of 8-11  
Standing Peachtree tradition concerning 8-9  
Stanley, Henry M., visits Atlanta   239-241
Stanton, Frank L.   837, 858, 891
State House, Atlanta 870, 905 55, 153
State Square, Atlanta 190, 638, 696, 838-840, 849  
State Square, transformation of 838-840  
Statehood Bill, 1861 412  
State's rights, controversy over 68, 115  
States Rights party 100  
Statesboro 3  
Statham 252  
Statistics of Georgia 285-286  
Steam heat service to larger buildings inaugurated   426
Steam locomotive, first successful 78  
Steel, railroad use of 929  
Steele, A. B. 180  
Steele, John H. 675, 684, 869-870  
Steele, Leslie J.   675
Stein, Orth Harper   Vol. 417-418
Stephens, Alexander Hamilton 164, 168, 228, 271, 272, 292, 496-497, 528, 678, 714, 756, 833, 835, 848, 875, 892 24, 46, 50, 55, 494, 618
Stephens, Alexander Hamilton altercation with Judge Cone 272, 292  
Stephens, Alexander Hamilton visits Atlanta 497 50
Stephenson, John 38  
Sterchi, Elizabeth, letters of 792, 820  
Stetson, Eugene W.   768
Stevenson, Adlai E.   250-251, 255-257
Stevenson, Adlai E. visits Atlanta   255-257
Steward, Absalom 27  
Steward, John Barnett 681-682  
Stewart, Alexander P. 621, 624  
Stewart, Andrew P. "Uncle Andy"   Vol. 674
Stewart, Fannie Manning   674
Stewart Avenue, Atlanta   983
Stewart County 280, 362 676
Stickney, "Silver Bill"   798, 902
Stirling, Alexa   368-369, 691
Stockard Sanitarium   553
Stockbridge, Basil   749
Stockdell, Harry C.   186, 274, 472, 511, 598
Stokes, T. L.   813
Stokes, William B. 211  
Stone, Amherst W. 679  
Stone, Charles F. 44  
Stone, Daniel 44, 108, 231 778
Stone, A. W. 406, 409  
Stone Mountain 17, 30, 81-82, 126-127, 159, 199, 204, 218, (illus,) 224, 238, (illus,) 278, 286, 377, 424, 558, 602, 606-607, 610, 648, 650-651, 717, 806, 892, 927, 950 12, 90-91, 98, 108, 161, 201, 348-349, 350, 355, 367, 416, 435, 438, 490, 505, 508, 570, 591-595, 654, 729, 747, 776, 846-847, 963, 993
Stone Mountain agitation to change DeKalb county seat to   90-91
Stone Mountain descriptive article on 81-82  
Stone Mountain worst fire in history of   729
Stone Mountain Academy 159  
Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial Association   593-594
Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial Project   591-595
Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial Project failure of   594-595
Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial Project possible completion of   595
Stone Mountain Fair 247 239
Stone Mountain Hotel 278  
Stone Mountain Judicial Circuit 90  
Stone Mountain observatory 159  
Stonewall   964
Story of the Standing Peachtree, The 9  
Strauss, David H.   948
Strauss, Isidor   813
Strauss, Jesse Isidor   813
Street Commissioners 331-332  
Street Committee, Atlanta 343, 345, 373, 453, 750 18
Street Corners, noted Atlanta, 1892   263-265
Street Corners lighting 354, 355 87-88 182-183
Street Corners names, antebellum, disappearance of 703-705, 750  
Street Corners names, changes in 923, 930 89, 127, 158, 283, 299, 409, 509, 541-542, 559, 602, 789
Street Corners names, designating early settlers and prominent citizens 97, 118, 171, 257, 296, 299-300, 349, 355, 420, 513, 662, 713, 743, 797, 824, 889, 908, 933, 941 409, 447-448, 490, 564, 903
Street Corners names, numbering   820
Street Corners names, paving   15-18, 37, 69, 87, 811, 828
Street Corners names, railway lines 863-864, 879-881, 904, 957 45-46, 65, 175-176, 188-191, 230-231, 254-255, 259, 425-430
Street Corners names, railway operation, 1874 (illus,) 904  
Street Corners names, railway rates   425-429
Street Corners names, railway wreck   254-255
Street Corners names, superintendent (or overseer) 425, 436, 451, 477, 525, 546, 563, 669, 703, 733, 801, 828, 859, 875, 891, 902, 911  
Street Directory, Atlanta. See Directory, Atlanta city    
Streetcar, run, Atlanta's last   429-430
Streetcar strikes   687-689
Streetcars, stalled, in record snowfall of 1905 (illus,)   475
Street-numbering. See House numbering    
Streets, Atlanta 97, 118, 171, 190. 205, 207, 236, 265, 343, 355, 427, 437-438, 466, 511, 568-569, 587, 614-615, 619, 622-628, 635, 638-640, 655-660, 684, 703-705, 747, 750, 783, 850 15-18, 89, 188, 191, 217-219, 228-230, 263-264, 282-283, 307, 500-502, 527-529, 538, 541-543, 557, 559, 564, 602-603, 653, 687-688, 700-706, 729-731, 738-739, 820, 822, 828
Streets, reasons for direction of downtown 190, 224  
Streets, wartime damage to 655-658  
Stribling, William L. (Young)   914
Strickland, Robert   Vol. 2
Strikes, labor   335, 687-689, 916
Strong, Cicero H. 368, 387-388, 397, 405, 425, 662 18-19, 46, 61, 181, 351
Sturdivant, Thurman Olin   894, 898, 916, 918, 926, 944-945, 950, 956
Styles, Carey W. 788-791  
Styron, Charles C. "Doc"   973
Sub-treasury plan"   205
Suburban living, growing custom of   220-223, 265-266
Suburbs, growth of Atlanta   220-223, 265-266, 307-308, 525, 539-540
Sugar Creek 615, 621-622 500
Suggs, Louise   913
Suicides 908, 941 274-277, 350, 366
Summerville   398
Sumner, Charles 782  
Sumter County   439, 597, 952
Sun, Columbus 776, 863  
Sunday, William Ashley "Billy" visits Atlanta   709-711
Sunday school, union 103, 247  
Sunday schools 103, 247, 347, 373, 382, 440, 845 135
Superior Court, Cobb County 107  
Superior Court, De Kalb County 28, 38, 51, 108, 133, 137-139, 151-152, 169, 175, 179-180, 193, 201-202, 208-211, 213-214, 231, 267, 273, 283-284, 309-311, 328-329, 337, 340-342, 349-350, 479, 525, S62, 702, 793, 911 54, 107, 181, 454, 492, 545, 835
Superior Court, Fulton County 368-370, 390-391, 405, 415, 427. 435, 449, 456, 513, 524, 567, 569-572, 701, 743, 787, 794, 892, 953 19, 30, 42, 46, 61, 87, 155, 165, 181, 303, 348, 350, 389, 437, 480, 570, 660, 738-759, 810-811, 823, 927
Supreme Court, State 189, 209, 213-214, 337, 372, 415-416, 449, 515, 567, 639, 680, 734, 804, 833-834, 878, 959 117, 160, 507, 514, 530, 627, 674, 787, 901, 934
Supreme Court, lawyers admitted to practice in 213-214  
Supreme Court, United States 106-107, 714 626-627
Survey of Atlanta and Fulton County government   856-958
Surveying 38, 58, 63, 69, 99-100, 148-150, 188, 190, 236, 264, 363  
Surveyor, Atlanta 190, 264, 353, 368, 372, 425, 436, 451, 525, 546, 563, 669, 703, 801, 892  
Surveyor, Cherokee County 99  
Surveyor, De Kalb County 38, 58, 63, 69, 101, 108, 133, 139, 148-150, 174, 179, 208, 231, 267, 340, 702, 793, 860, 911, 953 54, 353, 454, 556, 674, 835
Surveyor, Fulton County 368, 435, 495, 562, 860 90, 226, 353, 759, 927
Suttles, T. Earl 171  
Suttles, William 171  
Suwanee 4, 8  
Suwanee Old Town 4, 8, 15, 72  
Swainsboro 3  
Swann, James   42
Swift, John R. 372  
Swift, Joseph R. 360  
Swimming pools   789
Sylvania 2  
Taft, William Howard, visits Atlanta   S45-547, 578-580
Talbot, Matthew 23  
Talbotton 213, 940 808, 891, 922, 965
Taliaferro, Edward M. 669, 702, 779, 832 202
Tallapoosa   237
Talmadge, Eugene   819, 894, 904, 907, 927, 931-932, 936, 944, 956, 1002, 1004
Talmadge, Herman   595, 1004-1005
Talullah Falls 815 431-432
Tatum, J. Henson   869
Tax, State 73  
Tax Assessors, Atlanta City 733, 859, 875, 925 1, 53, 87, 130, 164, 182. 207, 226, 249, 274, 335, 373, 388, 420, 557, 676, 728, 810, 926
Tax Assessors, Fulton County   810, 927
Tax Collector, Atlanta 264, 282, 331, 425, 451, 546, 563, 669, 703, 733, 801, 828, 875, 891, 902, 953 1, 15, 53, 87, 130, 164, 181, 207, 226, 249, 274, 294, 307, 335, 345, 373, 388, 420, 573, 633, 657, 698, 728, 787, 801, 810
Tax Collector, De Kalb County 38, 64, 152, 275, 309, 340, 479, 495, 562, 793, 892, 911, 935 19, 131, 181, 226. 454, 519, 589, 776, 835
Tax Collector, Fulton County 171, 368, 524, 562, 702, 793, 860, 911, 935 19, 90, 131, 181, 674, 776, 810, 927
Taxes 117, 133, 202, 210, 231, 267, 282, 442, 529, 558, 669, 693, 708-710, 777, 797 206, 779, 787
Tax Receiver, Atlanta 331. 425, 451, 546, 563, 669, 703, 733, 801, 828, 875, 891, 902, 925, 953 1, 15, 53, 87, 164, 181, 926
Tax Receiver, De Kalb County 309, 340, 435, 479, 495, 562, 793, 860, 892, 935, 953 54, 131, 181, 226, 389. 454, 674, 835
Tax Receiver, Fulton County 368, 495, 524, 702, 860, 935 19, 181, 226, 776, 810, 927
Taxicabs   478, 551-552
Taylor, Zachary 271  
Teachers, school, Vol. 12, 216, 248-250, 334, 742-744, 748-749, 753, 878, 943-944 72-73, 549, 574, 776, 973
Teachers' Association, Georgia 749  
Techwood Homes   908-910, 920, 932, 949, 960-961
Tecumseh, Chief 3  
Telegraph, Georgia 120  
Telegraph, Macon 81-82  
Telegraph center, Atlanta becomes country's third largest 278 193
Telegraph office,Atlanta 278-279  
Telegraph service, Atlanta 191-193  
Telephone directory. Atlanta, 1884 (illus,)   74
Telephone exchanges, Atlanta   75-76. 706
Telephone service 940 15, 23-24. 75-76, 842, 853
Telephotograph   833
Telescope, Columbia 43  
Television   1004
Telfair County 3 932
Tellico Garrison 3  
Temperance, Sons of 294  
Temperance convention 291  
Temple Court   339
Ten Pryor Street Building   870
Tennis   157, 173, 461, 783, 882
Tennis champions   783, 882
Terminal district fire   527-529
Terminal Hotel fire   962
Terminal Station   437, (illus,) 476, 477-479, 486, 488, 677, 730, 781, 811
Terminal Station Plaza   796
"Terminus" 150, 165, 167, 173, 180-181, 184, 195  
Terrell, John   880, 910, 924
Terrell, Joseph M. 835 24, 294, 420, 454, 486-487, 508-509, 585, 622
Terrell, Mrs. Joseph M.   487
Terry, Alfred Howe 805, 831-832  
Terry, Fred J.   777
Terry, George W. 397-401, 669, 733  
Terry, George W. recollections of 397-401  
Terry, Stephen 206, 213, 231, 264, 267-268, 291, 342, 368, 397  
Terry, Thomas, murder of 514-515  
"Terry's Purge" 831-832  
Theaters 375, 787-788, 802-804, 840-841, 850 43, 50, 78, 110, 158, 170, 192, 232, 241, 278-281, 296-297, 299-301, 308-309, 574, 684, 778, 782, 811, 888-889, 916, 962-963, 982
Thievery 690, 718-719 46
Third National Bank   339-340, 412, 636
Thomas, Benjamin Franklin   125-126, 397, 505
Thomas, George Henry 551, 601-602, 606-607, 612, 623, 627, 634, 639, 643-644, 678 323
Thomas, Lovick P.   335, 569, 573
Thomas, Steffen (illus,)   975, 1004
Thomas, Thomas L. 406, 479, 541  
Thomas County 511 500
Thomasville 511-512, 902 94, 171, 522
Thompson, Augusta Hill 756  
Thompson, George Harvey 110, 411, 440, 497  
Thompson, J. Edgar   597
Thompson, John W. 372, 387-388  
Thompson, Joseph 263, 318, 324, 349, 383, 398, 406, 409, 738, 835 103, 245, 270, 274, 292, 300, 309, 345. 597, 785
Thompson, M. E.   1004
Thompson, Mrs. Joseph   315, 326
Thomson 2, 815  
Thomson, J. Edgar 125, 147, 184, 208, 219-221, 225, 227, 237, 240, 248  
Thomson, William D.   527, 644
Thomson, William S.   165, 191, 370, 618
Thornton, Albert E.   180, 240, 339, 429, 760, 870
Thornton, E. H.   511-512
Thornton, Ella May 639 785
Thornton, Mrs. Albert E.   760, 762, 781
Thornton, Simeon W. 852  
Thrasher, John J., "Cousin John" 165-167, 173, 183, 188, 199, 206-208, 237, 259, 430, 451, 545, 570, 690, 71l, 736, 752, 848-849, 866 347, 386, 836
Thornton, Joseph A. 430-431  
Thurman, Benjamin Franklin 60, 158, 179, 600, 908  
Thurman, David 60, 268, 400  
Thurman, F. D. 546, 750 343, 682
Thurman, John 200  
Thurman, Mary Glover (Mrs. F. D.)   682-683
Thurman, Richard 60  
Thurman, William 60  
Thurman Street 60  
Tidwell, M. M. 337  
Tifton   964
'Tight Squeeze" 746, 886  
Tilton 711, 862  
Times and Sentinel, Columbus 362, 383  
Titanic disaster   599
Tobacco Road   962-963
Todd, Richard 115 531, 566, 817
Tompkins, Henry B.   355
Toombs, Robert 783-786, 839, 873-874, 936 4, 50. 681
Toomsboro   891
Tornadoes   527, 937-938
Toscanini, Arturo   567
Towers, Isaac 5  
Towers, William 5, 57, 58  
Towns, George W. 260  
Towns County 4  
Trade 471-473, 828-830, 849, 896-898 607-608, 731-732, 812 See also Industry and Merchants and Business men, and Business, Small
Trade with abolition merchants, question of 471-473  
Trade, Atlanta becomes major distribution center of 830  
Trade, Board of, Atlanta 712, 866 29
Traders Bank   136
Traders Bank Building   136
Trader's Hill 3  
Traffic, bottleneck, 1947, opening a, Central Avenue, Ivy and Decatur streets (illus,), 981    
Traffic problems 935  
Trammell, L. N. 870-871, 873  
"Transfer, The" Johnston to Hood 603-606  
Treasurer, Atlanta 260, 263-264, 282, 331, 372, 388, 406, 425, 436, 451, 477, 516, 525, 546, 563, 669, 703, 733, 801, 828, 855-856, 859, 875, 891, 902, 911, 925, 953 1, 15, 53, 87, 130, 164, 181, 207, 226, 249, 274. 294, 307, 335, 345, 388, 420, 698, 728, 787, 801, 810
Treasurer, De Kalb County 126, 133, 139, 151, 210, 702, 793, 860, 911 131, 181, 307, 454, 674
Treasurer, Fulton County 369, 495, 524, 702, 747, 794 492, 506, 810, 927
Treasurer, State 773, 804, 936 294, 334, 961
Treat, Charles W.   859-860
Wallace, Alexander M. 472  
Treaties, Indian 1-6, 40, 48, 55, 135, 160  
Tribune, The 234  
Tribune Weekly Times and Sentinel, Columbus 358  
Troops, De Kalb County, in War Between the States 505-507  
Troops, Fulton county, in War Between the States 499-505  
Troops, Georgia 162, 230-231, 499-507, 562-663 passim 355-356, 715, 743, 749-753
Troops, decimated by disease 230  
Troops, in Mexican War 230-231  
Troops, in Spanish-American War   355-356
Troops, in War Between the States 499-507, 562-663 passim  
Troops, in World War I   715, 743, 749-753
Troops, United States 162, 201, 211 712, 721, 743
Troup, George M. 48, 50-51, 53, 63, 100, 363  
Troup County 55, 258 119, 201, 554, 569-570, 772-773, 807, 883, 902, 966, 995
Trout, Jeremiah F. 374  
Trout House 374, 486, 496, 563, 657, 908  
Troutman. Robert B.   906
TrIte Georgian, Daily 848  
Truett, George W.   930-931, 968-969, 971
Truett, George W. visits Atlanta   930-931
Trust Company of Georgia   235-238, 298, 414, 767-768, 813
Trust Company of Georgia Building 236 234-235, 259, 370, 412, 741
Tucker 77, 11, 252, 286, 966  
Tucker, Henry H. 748-749 19, 72
Tuggle, Lodowick 126, 151, 158, 179, 342  
Tunnel, railroad, through Chetogeeta Mountain 313-314  
Tunnel Hill 711 807
Turman, Mrs. S. B.   779, 803
Turman, Samuel B.   664, 699, 793
Turner, Elijah 102  
Turner, H. L.   906
Turner, John D.   42, 65, 255, 353, 554
Turner, Samuel Boykin   539
Tuxedo Park Company   574-575
Twiggs County 3, 24  
Tyler, Daniel 234-235  
Tyler, Edmund L.   314
Tyler, John 173  
Typhoid fever 292 356
"Uncle Remus" stories 928 444, 532, 534
Underworld   757-759
Unemployment   866
Unemployment relief   895-897. 916-918
Union City 520  
Union County 4, 107 350
Union Depot. Atlanta, I. 838-    
840, 876, 929 150, (illus,) 154, 240, 253-254, (illus,) 308, 406-408, 479, 545, 872-875, (illus,) 958  
Union party 100, 473, 494  
Union Point 79  
Union sympathizers in Atlanta 628-629, 634  
United Confederate Veterans' Association   359-363, 470, 508
United Confederate Veterans' Association officers of   361-362, 470
United Daughters of Confederacy 628 309-310, 508
United Daughters of Confederacy, Atlanta Chapter of   309-310, 508, 994
United Daughters of Confederacy, Georgia Division of   310
United Sons of Confederate Veterans   362
Unitarian churches   64
Unitarians   64
United Church Women of Atlanta   919-920
United Daughters of the Confederacy   118
United States Army. See Troops, United States    
United States Building   3
United States Hotel 781  
United War Work Campaign   745-746
University of Georgia 76, 216, 436, 748 267, 289-291, 321, 349-350, 370, 546, 632, 674, 854, 901
University of Georgia football team of   289-291, (illus,) 321, 349-350
University of Georgia Medical School 216  
University Homes for Negroes   908-910, 932, 900-961
Upshaw, W. D.   781
Upson County 6  
Utoy Creek 30, 56, 70, 81, 625, 914  
Utoy Primitive Baptist Church 39  
Vaccination, compulsory 547  
Valdosta   490, 948
Vandalism destroys grave markers 56-57, 110  
Van Dyke, W. J.   180, 191, 304
Van Epps, Howard   277, 555
Van Leer, Blake R.   173, 1004
Van Winkle, Edward 849  
Van Winkle, Edward K. 849  
Vedado Way   702, 704
Vehicles, regulations concerning   18
Venable, Cynthia 18  
Venable, Elizabeth, the "Angel of Key West"   354-355
Venable, Mrs. William H.   228, 244, 271
Venable, Samuel Hoyt   207, 354, 367, 490, 592, 662, 993
Venable, William H.   207, 294, 297, 328, 354, 355, 367, 455, 490
Venable, William Richard 387-388, 435, 524, 572, 679, 701, 793-794, 892  
Venable, Willis E.   121-122, 779
Veterans' Hospital 112 831
Viaducts   366, 389, 408-409, 460, 492, 522, 796-797, 848-850, 901
Vice 205, 265-266, 298, 331, 689 25-28, 543, 574
Victory bonds   762
Victory Loan   756-757
Victory parade   744-746
Vincent, Edward A. 353-354, 418-420  
Vincent, Edward A. books of 420  
Vincent, Edward A. estate of 419-420  
Vinings   351, 612, 948
Volunteer Building   889
Von Herrmann, Charles F. 947  
Wadley, William W. 360 382  
Wafford's Settlements 3-4  
Wagon traffic 246 228
Wagon yards   8
Wagons   8, 89
Waldman, Mrs. Albert W.   919-920
Waldo, A. L. 618  
Waleska   800
Walker, Benjamin F.   136, 138, 140-141, 157, 305, 333, 385
Walker, Clifford Mitchell   787, 801
Walker, Dawson A. 734, 874  
Walker, Samuel 368, 405, 661-662 136, 305
Walker, W. H. T. 615-617, 621-623  
Walker, W. H. T. monument to 622  
Walker, Woolfolk   122-124
Walker, Candler & Company   123-124
Walker County 43, 362  
Walking craze 884  
Wall Street, Atlanta 838-839, 921 116, 133, 264, 476
Wallace   286
Wallace, Alexander ~I. 472, 474, 496-497, 562, 824, 943 417
Wallace, Anne   377, 423
Wallace, Campbell 711, 792, 832, 931 21, 332
Wallace, Charles, murder of 824  
Wallace, John R. 476, 493, 734, 750, 898  
Walters, Frances Winship (Mrs. George C.)   771
Walthour, Bobby   175, 400, 1005
Walton, Anderson W'. 271-272  
Walton County 4, 435, 933 55, 177, 467, 531, 787, 793, 955
Walton Springs 271-272, 291, 334, 658, 742, 795  
Walton Street, Atlanta 704, 955 2, 267, 475, 653, 684, 687-688
War of 1812 11, 17, 69, 76, 103, 115, 330  
War Between the States 60, 103, 132, 217, 438, 486, 496-663 passim, 752, 773-774, 920  
War Between the States Atlanta, battle of 611, 617-622, 732 362, 392, 541
War Between the States Atlanta, burning of 649-659  
War Between the States Atlanta, Confederate flag again flies over 660-661.  
War Between the States Atlanta, evacuation of 633-636, 640-644, 649-651  
War Between the States Atlanta, Federal destruction of 650-662  
War Between the States Atlanta, Federal occupation of 636-647  
War Between the States Atlanta, siege of 625-633  
War Between the States Atlanta, surrender of 634-636, 920  
War Between the States battles of 486, 516-517, 520, 529, 542, 545-546, 549, 555, 567, 582-584, 612-625, 631 644  
War Between the States casualties of 103, 516-517, 529, 542, 555-556, 583, 614, 617-619, 621, 625-628, 631, 752  
War Between the States eve of 493-496  
War Between the States explosions, ammunition    
War Between the States train 633-634  
War Between the States Ezra Church, battle of 611, 623-625 392, 423
War Between the States Jonesboro, battle of 631-633  
War Between the States Peachtree Creek, battle of 610-614, 621, 626, 954 360, 392
War Between the States Sherman's march to sea 650-651, 694-695  
War Between the States surrender of Confederate troops in Atlanta 676  
War Between the States veterans of 486-487, 628, 774, 788, 801, 815, 820, 861, 875-876, 891, 953-954, 959 119, 201-202, 343, 359-363, 371, 392-394, 398, 417, 437-438, 447, 468-479, 489-490, 512-513, 531, 554, 569, 586, 593, 597, 617-619, 632, 670-671, 681, 723-724, 736-739, 772, 778-779, 784-785, 793-794, 796, 807-808, 828, 846-848, 857-858, 892-893, 915, 922-923, 934-936, 953-954, 963, 965-966
War Camp Community Service   742-743, 746
War correspondents   357
War gardens   714, 737-738
War Loans   716-717, 1004
War work awards   763
War Industries Board   740
War Mothers' Service Star Legion   831
War Work Council, National   760
Wardlaw, William C.   716
Ward reduction plan   927
Wards, Atlanta 372, 387, 405, 436, 451, 463, 476, 488, 496, 525, 546, 563, 669, 702, 733, 739, 793, 801, 828, 860-861, 875, 891, 902, 910, 925, 935, 943, 953 1, 15, 37, 53-54, 69, 87, 107, 164, 181, 226, 249, 274, 283, 294, 307, 335, 345, 353, 373, 387, 405-406, 437, 454-455, 492, 506, 520, 539, 556-559, 573, 589, 631, 657, 675, 698-699, 727, 755-756, 776, 788, 801-802, 848, 869, 924-925, 927, 945-946
Wards, proposal to layout Atlanta in 372  
Ware, Edmund Asa 742-744  
Ware, Jane Twichell 742  
Warm Springs   1004
Warner, Hiram 213, 748, 782, 834  
Warner, Obadiah 368, 370  
Warren County 638 127, 177, 554, 858
Warrenton 2, 408, 824  
Warsaw 149, 344, 661  
Warwick, Thomas A. 383  
Washington 2 808, 846
Washington, Booker T.   319, 326
Washington, George 24  
Washington County 436 127, 837
Washington Hall, 1, 236-237    
Washington Seminary 943-944 (illus,) 267, 549, 764
Washington, alumnae   764
Washington Street, Atlanta 787, (illus,) 829, 879, 930 185, 294, 481, 492, 496, 538, 850, 972
Water Department, Atlanta   810
Water, rent, bill for, 1881 (illus,)   27
Water, expansion   718
Water, supply, Atlanta 463  
Watering spots 795, 881-883  
Waterworks, Atlanta 8, 914-919 77-78, 260-262, 335, 507, 788, 811, 926, 959
Waterworks, Atlanta acquires public system of 914-919  
Waterworks, superintendent, Atanta   335
Watkins, Edgar   633, 823
Watkins, Elihu P. 545, 551  
Watkins, Samuel Taylor "Preacher"   785-786, 974
Watkins, William 702  
Watkinsville 3  
Watson, Mrs. Thomas E., Jr.   787
Watson, Thdmas E.   204, 206, 454, 499-500, 615, 625-627, 673, 775, 787
Watson, William A. 54  
Watterson, Henry 572-573  
Watts, Jacobus 53  
Waynesboro 2  
Wealth, Atlanta   179-180, 1009
Wealth, Georgia   204
Weather Bureau offices 946-947  
Weather forecasts 254, 946-947  
Webster, Daniel 340  
Webster, Noah, issues first all-inclusive dictionary 68  
Webster County   837
WeiI, Samuel 423  
Weinstein, Isadore M.   766
Weisiger, Kendall   895
Welch, Rebecca S. 645-647  
Welfare 53  
Wellborn, M. B.   636, 716
Wells, James L.   944-945
Wells, Levi C. 642  
Weltner, Philip   961
Wesley Chapel 51, 52, 268, (illus,) 269, 374, 509, 628, 656, 676, 685, 845  
Wesley Chapel Road 110  
Wesley Memorial Church   643
Wesley Memorial Enterprises   444, 482, 643
Wesley Memorial Hospital   482-483, 643, 645, 820
Wesleyan 749  
West, Andrew -T. 628, 910  
West, George W.   906
West End 43, 165, 751-752, 938, 945, 948 135, 221-222, 283-285, 297, 301, 304, 343, 371, 460, 474, 559, 701, 801
West End annexation to Atlanta of   283-285
West End and Atlanta Street Railroad   65
West End Park   540
West Fulton County   343, 417
West Georgia Junior College 819  
West Marietta Street 599  
West Peachtree Street 18, 943 8, 89, 116, 737
West Point 332-333 933, 963
West Ponce de Leon Avenue, Decatur 30  
West View Cemetery   65, 71-72, 111, 200-201, 222, 301, 357, 434, 449, 533, 811
Western & Atlantic Railroad 12, 100, 123, 127, 145-150, 153-158, 169, 173, 179, 183-188, 190-193, 199-201, 221-222, 257-258, 273, 313-314, 360, 382-383, 451, 484, 488, 582, 595, 610, 631, 771, 792, 832-834, 864, 895-896, 922-923, 929, 940 85, 254, 475-476, 495-496, 686, 955
Western & Atlantic Railroad commissioners for 156, 165 686
Western & Atlantic Railroad construction of 148-151, 156-159, 164-165, 190-191, 200-201  
Western & Atlantic Railroad controversy over terminus of 183-188  
Western & Atlantic Railroad leasing of 833-834, 864  
Western & Atlantic Railroad surveys for 148-150  
Western & Atlantic Railroad zero milepost of 190  
Western Circuit 23  
Western Union Building 774, 787 193, 729-730, 875
Western Union Telegraph Company   192-193, 846, 875
Westmoreland, George   335
Westmoreland, Harrison 509, 525  
Westmoreland, John G. 375-377, 394, 396, 424, 508, 563, 680, 684, 707, 711, 718, 752, 914 160-161
Westmoreland, John L.   779
Westmoreland, Thomas P.   165, 292, 654
Westmoreland, Willis F. 375, 396, 399, 445, 474, 547, 705, 718, 851 225, 277, 933
Weston   996
Westwood Park   301, 789
Weyman, Samuel T.   412
Wheat Street   283, 295-296, 702
Wheeler, Joseph 579, 595, 615 119, 390, 494
Whig Reveille 340  
Whigs 35, 125, 173, 205, 234, 251, 271, 285, 298, 334, 473  
Whitaker, Jared 1, 353, 372, 376, 399, 406-409, 424, 474, 496, 510, 573, 591, 662, 675, 679-680, 684, 870 85
White, Andrew J. 696  
White, Francis M. 309  
White, George 285  
White, John A.   802
White, John C.   787, 935
White, John W. 626  
White, W. Woods   580-581, 662
White, William H., Jr.   688, 732-733
White, William N. 248-250, 259, 261, 270  
White, William W. 43-44, 179  
White City   687
White County 4 723, 848
White Hall 129-133, 165, 181, 627, 751  
White Hall Tavern 129-133, 289 285, 292
White Hall Tavern description of 129-130, (illus,) 131  
White Hall Tavern ultimate fate of 132-133  
White (John A.) Park   802
White Street, West End 43  
Whitehall Street, Atlanta 129, 205, 207, 236, 283, 297, (illus,) 475, 601, 625, 630, 656-657, 696, 719, 728, 735, 750, 785, 851, 862-863, 937, 946, (illus,) 47, 83-84, 153, 301, 306, 312, (illus,) 403, 408, 448, 538, 603, 687-688, 731-732, 738, 745, 901, 946, 983
Whitehall Street, commercialization of   603
Whitehall Street, loses preeminence as center of "carriage trade"   732
Whitehead, Conkey Pate   646, 771
Whitehead, Joseph Brown 125-126, 397, 505, 646, 771  
Whitehead, Mrs. Joseph Brown   771
Whitehead Memoria1 Room   646
Whitfield County 362 660
Whitney, Eli 494  
Wickersham, Charles A.   771, 777
Wilcox County 6  
Wilkes County 2, 43, 394 371, 398, 847, 965
Wilkins, Grant   321
Wilkinson, Mell R.   633, 636, 638, 660, 664, 688, 716, 720, 781
Wilkinson County 3  
Willard, Josiah J. 59  
Willard, Levi 59, 103, 134, 193  
Willard, Samuel L.   125, 767
Willcoxon, Cleveland   355
William-Oliver Building 351 870, 975
Williams, Ammi 60, 236, 268, 323, 652 66, 385
Williams, Anson 28  
Williams, Charles J. 230  
Williams, Isham 15-16  
Williams, Isham grave of 16  
Williams, James Etheldred 375, 383, 427, 546, 551, 702, 733, 768, 791, 796, 801-802, 827 699 737, 922
Williams, James S. 173, 183-184  
Wiliams, Tessee Parker   72
Williams, John Skelton   636
Williams, Mrs. Jesse Parker   808
Williams, Richard E. "Whist1ing Dick"   773-774
Williams, William 79  
Williamson, John D.   198-199
Williford, Benjamin N. 330-331, 353, 372, 388, 406, 525, 546, 662, 669, 701, 793 447
Willis, George Francis   806
Willis, Joseph 626  
Wilson, Alexander N. 447  
Wilson, Henry L.   107, 206, 208, 228, 632, 724
Wilson, John Stainback 867-868, 870 272
Wilson, Jonathan B. 53, 415  
Wilson, Margaret, sings in Atlanta   721-722
Wilson, Mrs. A. McD., Sr.   533-534
Wilson, Mrs. Henry L.   316
Wilson, Samuel L. 57, 102  
Wilson, Thomas C. H. 387  
Wilson, Thomas Woodrow   46-49, 55, 398, 442, 578, 601, 611, 635-636 673, 738, 756, 764-766, 834, 846
Wilson, Thomas Woodrow, Atlanta career of   46-49, 611
Wilson, Thomas Woodrow, cruel hoax reports death of   765-766
Wilson, Thomas Woodrow, visits Atlanta   578
Wilson, William 53-54, 57, 60, 81, 562 859
Wilson, William A. 424, 953, 960 19
Wilson, William T. B.   76
Wilson, William Tunstall 542  
Wilson Hotel fire   771
Wilson House 936  
Wilson's Classical and English School 447  
Wimbish, William A., residence of   340
Winder   252, 717
Winecoff, William F.   605-606
Winecoff Hotel   603-607, 1004
Winecoff Hotel fire ravages   606, 1004
Winn, Courtland S.   420, 573, 579, 589, 772
Winn, Samuel G. 892  
Winn, Samuel J.   772
Winn, W. Tom   601, 699, 883
Winningham, Oliver 680, 702  
Winn's Ferry 145, 148  
Winship, George   227. 681, 692
Winship, Joseph 346, 350-351, 353, 356, 392, 458. 712, 734, 750, 827, 845, 949 103, 128, 385, 692
Winter, Rogers   593
Wireless telegraphy   790
Witham, W. S.   638
Withers, Julia Carlisle - See Carlisle, Ju1ia    
Withers, Walter S. 195-196  
Wofford, William T. 680, 786  
Woman's Press Club   983
Woman's suffrage   310-311, 757, 964
Women, distinguished, receive honorary degrees   932-933
Women, distinguished Georgia, enfranchisement of   787
Women's Motor Corps   746
Wood, Isham J. 211, 213  
Wood, Leonard   113, 290, 442, 712, 715, 837
Wood, Leonard visits Atlanta 715  
Wood haulers, postwar 689  
Woodberry, Rosa   901
Wood-carving   646
Woodmen of the World   708, 746
Woodruff, Ernest   235-238, 413-414, 427, 525, 535, 638, 646-647, 768-769, 771, 1004
Woodruff, George W. 350 646-647, 771
Woodruff, Henry   646-647, 771
Woodruff, Mrs. Ernest   771
Woodruff, Robert Winship 350, 394 646-647, 769-771, 856, 906
Woods, Atlanta 291  
Woods, William B. 953-954  
Woodward, David   493, 535, 891-892
Woodward, Floyd P.   757-759
Woodward, Floyd P., trial of   759
Woodward, James G.   335, 350, 373, 384, 388, 403, 408-409, 437, 455, 472-473, 486-487, 492, 502, 506, 535, 537, 539, 573, 601, 633, 657, 675, 755, 787, 933
Woodward, John Charles   715, 994
Woodward Avenue   701
Woolford, Cator   380-383, 690
Woolford, T. Guy   380-383
Worcester (Samuel A.) versus Georgia, case of 106-107  
Working Men's Union, Atlanta 817-818  
Works Progress Administration (WPA)   973, 1004
Workshop of Confederacy, Atlanta becomes 532-533  
World, Atlanta Daily   842
World Court   819
World War I   113, 126. 414, 637-641, 669, 690, 712-723, 737-753, 806, 835, 866, 964
World War I, Armistice, Atlanta's reaction to   743-747
World War I, Atlanta military participants in   749-753
World War I, Atlanta participation in   712-723, 737-753, 964
World War I, casualties of   749-753
World War I, De Kalb military participants in   749
World War I, Fulton County military participants in   749-753
World War I, Georgia military participants in   749
World War I, major engagements of   743
World War I, veterans of   835, 842, 924, 955, 964-965, 994, 996
World War II   113, 595, 641, 802, 824, 882, 1002-1004
Worth County 6, 362, 790  
"Wreck of Old 97"   446-447
"Wreck of the Royal Express"   825
Wright, Seaborn   334, 787
Wright, William A.   857
Wright, U. L. 387-388  
Whitehall Street Atlanta, commercialization of   603
Whitehall Street Atlanta, loses preeminence as center of "carriage trade"   732
Whitehead, Conkey Pate   646, 771
Whitehead, Conkey Pate, Joseph Brown   125-126, 397, 505, 646, 771
Whitehead, Conkey Pate, Mrs. Joseph Brown   771
Whitehead Memorial Room   646
Whitfield County 362 660
Whitney, Eli   494
Wickersham, Charles A.   771, 777
Wilcox County 6  
Wilkes County 2, 43, 394 371, 398, 847, 965
Wilkins, Grant   321
Wilkinson, Mell R.   633, 636, 638, 660, 664, 688, 716, 720, 781
Wilkinson County 3  
Willard, Josiah J. 59  
Willard, Levi 59, 103, 134, 193  
Willard, Samuel L.   125, 767
Willcoxon, Cleveland   355
William-Oliver Building 351 870, 975
Williams, Ammi 60, 236, 268, 323, 662 66, 385
Williams, Anson 28  
Williams, Charles J. 230  
Williams, Isham 15-16  
Williams, Isham, grave of 16  
Williams, James Etheldred 375, 383, 427, 546, 551, 702, 733, 768, 791, 796, 801-802, 827 699, 737, 922
Williams, James S. 173, 183-184  
Williams, Jessee Parker   72
Williams, John Skelton   636
Williams, Mrs. Jesse Parker   808
Williams, Richard E. "Whistling Dick"   773-774
Williams, William 79  
Williamson, John D.   198-199
Williford, Benjamin N. 330-331, 353, 372, 388, 406, 525, 546, 662, 669, 701, 793 447
Willis. George Francis   806
Willis, Joseph 626  
Wilson, Alexander N . 447  
Wilson, Henry L.   107, 206, 208, 228, 632, 724
Wilson, John Stainback 867-868, 870 272
Wilson, Jonathan B. 53, 415  
Wilson, Margaret, sings in Atlanta   721-722
Wilson, Mrs. A. McD., Sr.   533-534
Wilson, Samuel L. 57, 102  
Wilson, Thomas C, H. 387  
Wilson, Thomas Woodrow   46, 49, 55, 398, 442, 578, 601, 611, 635-636, 673, 738, 756, 764-766, 834, 846
Wilson, Thomas Woodrow, Atlanta career of   46-49, 611
Wilson, Thomas Woodrow, cruel hoax reports death of   765-766
Wilson, Thomas Woodrow, visits Atlanta   578
Wilson, WIllIam 53-54, 57, 60, 81, 562 859
Wilson, William A. 424, 953, 960 19
Wilson, William T. B.   76
Wilson, William Tunstall 542  
Wilson Hotel fire   771
Wilson House 936  
Wilson's Classical and English School 447  
Wimbish, William A., residence of   340
Winder   252, 717
Winecoff, William F.   605-606
Winecoff Hotel   603-607, 1004
Winecoff Hotel fire ravages   606, 1004
Winn, Courtland S.   420, 573, 579, 589, 772
Winn, Samuel G. 892  
Winn, Samuel J.   772
Winn, W. Torn   601, 699, 883
Winningham, Oliver 680  
Winn's Ferry 145, 148  
Winship, George   227, 681, 692
Winship, Joseph 346, 350-351, 353, 356, 392, 458, 712, 734, 750, 827, 845, 949 103, 128, 385, 692
Winter, Rogers   593
Wireless telegraphy   790
Witham, W, S   638
Withers Julia Carlisle   195-196
Withers, Walter S. 195-196  
Wofford, William T . 680, 786  
Woman's Press Club   983
Womam's suffrage   310-311, 757, 964
Women, distinguished, receive honorary degrees   932-933
Women, Georgia, enfranchisement of   787
Women's Motor Corps   746
Wood, Isham J. 211, 213  
Wood, Leonard   113, 290, 442, 712, 715, 837
Wood, Leonard, visits Atlanta   715
Wood haulers, postwar 689  
Woodberry, Rosa   901
Wood-carving   646
Woodmen of the World   708, 746
Woodruff, Ernest   235-238, 413-414, 427, 525, 535, 638, 646-647, 768-769, 771, 1004
Woodruff, George W. 350 646-647, 771
Woodruff, Henry   646-647, 771
Woodruff, Mrs. Ernest   771
Woodruff, Robert Winship 350, 394 646-647, 769-771, 856, 906
Woods, Atlanta 291  
Woods, William B. 953-954  
Woodward, David   493, 535, 891-892
Woodward, Floyd P., trial of   757-759
Woodward, Floyd P.   759
Woodward, James G.   335, 350, 373, 384, 388, 403, 408-409, .437, 455, 472-473, 486-487, 492, 502, 506, 535, 537, 539, 573, 601, 633, 657, 675, 755, 787, 933
Woodward, John Charles   715, 994
Woodward Avenue   701
Woolford, Cator   380-383, 690
Woolford, T. Guy   380-383
Worcester (Samuel A.) versus Georgia, case of 106-107  
Working Men's Union, Atlanta 817-818  
Works Progress Administra- tion (WPA)   973, 1004
Workshop of Confederacy, Atlanta becomes 532-533  
World, Atlanta Daily   842
World Court   819
World War I   113, 126, 414, 637-641, 669, 690, 712-723, 737-753, 806, 835, 866, 964
World War I, armistice, Atlanta's reaction to   743-747
World War I, Atlanta military participants in   749-753
World War I, Atlanta participation in   712-723, 737-753, 964
World War I, casualties of   749-753
World War I, De Kalb military participants in   749
World War I, Fulton County military participants in   749-753
World War I, Georgia military participants in   749
World War I, major engagements of   743
World War I, veterans of   835, 842, 924, 955, 964-965, 994, 996
World War II   113, 595, 641, 802, 824, 882, 1002-1004
Worth County 6, 362, 790  
Wreck of Old 97   446-447
Wreck of the Royal Express   825
Wright, Seaborn   334, 787
Wright, William A.   857
Wright, U. L. 387-388  
Wrightsville 3  
Wu Ting-fang visits Atlanta   424-425
Wylie, James R.   71, 147-149, 179, 207, 228, 314-315, 321, 452, 653
Yaarab Temple   186-188, 651-653, 715
Yaarab, Band   187, 715, 954, 970
Yaarab, Band Greencoats   715
Yaarab, Band Patrol   187, 652
Yaarab, Band-Chanters   187
Yaarab, Temple potentates of   187-188, 653
Yankees, unfavorable opinion of 677-678, 694-695  
Yates, Charlie   962
Yellow fever epidemic   164, 194, 532
Yellow River 30, 126, 609  
Yellow River Baptist Association 77, 169-170  
Yeoman's Bill   673
Yonge, George 360, 482  
York, Alvin, visits Atlanta   Vol. 2. 761-762
York, Lucien   807
York, Mrs. Alvin, visits Atlanta   761-762
Young Men's Christian Association 426-427 355, 365, 387, 442, 590, 632, 722, 744, 746, 974
Young Men's Democratic Club 782  
Young Men's Democratic League   153, 255, 334, 390, 560
Young Men's Library Association 757, 759-761, 869 240-241, 255, 375-377
Young Men's Library Association-librarians of 761  
Young Men's Library Association-presidents of 761  
Young Women's Christian Association   368, 742, 746, 760
Young Women's Christian Association - Phyllis Wheatley Branch   760
Young, Augustine 5, 17, 28  
Young, Catherine Pounds 17  
Young, Celia Strickland 17  
Young, James H., estate of 555  
Young, Robert 15-17  
Young, Robert burial site of 15  
Young, Robert memorial tablet to 16  
Young, Robert monument to 15  
Young's Station 17  
Zachry, William 115 297, 924
Zebulon 356, 572, 638, 838 903
Zenatello, Giovanni   Vol. 2. 547
Zoo, Atlanta   184-186, 927-928

 


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