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Atlanta Can’t Learn Without Grady

120 Years of Medical Records Now Searchable at Kenan Research Center

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Women Writing History

We’re standing at the dawn of a new decade—and where we’re standing today does not look like what we expected even a couple of weeks ago.

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A Love Letter to Atlanta United

Dear Atlanta United, My club, my red heart emoji, my black heart emoji, my soccer ball emoji—

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Busy Making History: Meet our 2020 Ambassadors

We’re excited to kick off 2020 by introducing our first ever cohort of Atlanta History Center Ambassadors!

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A Look Inside Coca-Cola at Christmastime

Most people can agree on what Santa Claus looks like—pleasantly plump with a red suit and white beard. But he didn’t always look that way.

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Put the Past on your Plate: Historic Holiday Recipes

The American South boasts an amalgamation of delicious global foodways. We’ve drawn up a four-course spread from across our many culinary categories.

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Historic Holiday Traditions

Ready or not, the holidays are upon us. To celebrate this festive season, we’ve gathered together some historic holiday traditions to share with you and yours.

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Preserving Stories of Sacrifice through the Veterans History Project

We collect, preserve, and share veterans’ accounts so future generations can hear directly and better appreciate the realities of war and the sacrifices made.

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