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D-Day Remembered

On June 6, 1944, Allied forces landed in German-occupied France in the largest amphibious invasion. 75 years later we listen to their stories and remember.

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Sustaining Our Community through Green Practices

Here are five of our best green practices with some tips on how you can do them at home.

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Staff Picks: Favorite New Release Books

Our curator of author programs, shares her top picks for this season's best. Everyone in the office goes to her for suggestions, so we thought you might like them too!

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5 Things to Know About The Battle of Atlanta Cyclorama

Did you know the original cyclorama artists hid Easter eggs in the painting—including themselves?

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When You Work at a Museum

Meet Kate Whitman, Vice President of Public Programs! Having worked here 14 years, Kate has helped our organization’s programs grow and diversify.

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What exactly is an archivist?

We have a lot of stuff, really cool important stuff. So how do we keep it all organized? Our archivists share their tips & tricks.

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When You Work at a Museum

Did you know Atlanta History Center has a staff playwright? Meet Addae Moon, who has helps bring history to life through museum theater performances.

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Homerun for History!

As the arrival of spring focuses our attention to baseball, and an exciting new venue, we present this photo essay of historic moments of baseball in Atlanta.

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Juneteenth: A Celebration for a New Age

Juneteenth is a celebration of the end to slavery in the U.S. Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on Jan. 1, 1863, but few people were immediately freed.

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