Don't forget to but your ticket to Mansions, Gardens and Ghosts before April 19. #Buckhead Heritage #Buckhead
Buckhead Heritage strives to enhance the quality of life in Buckhead by identifying, preserving, and promoting its historic resources.
We endeavor to foster a conscious respect within the community for its rich and diverse history, ensuring that Buckhead's historic resources are accommodated in future growth and secured for the benefit of the community.
Don't forget to but your ticket to Mansions, Gardens and Ghosts before April 19. #Buckhead Heritage #Buckhead
Pencil April 28 into your calendar but but your ticket now! #Buckhead Heritage #Buckhead
Hope to see you there! Have you bought your tickets? #Buckhead Heritage #Buckhead
Thank you Neighbor Newspapers for helping spread the word about the upcoming event! #BuckheadHeritage #history
The Buckhead Heritage Society will host the Spring Bus Tour: Mansions, Gardens and Ghosts April 28 from 3 to 8 p.m.
Once the clubhouse, called the Murray Golf House, is complete, it will become a destination for golfers and non-golfers alike. #BuckheadHeritage Bobby Jones Golf Course Via Northside Neighbor
The story of the new and improved Bobby Jones Golf Course in Buckhead started with a set of clubs back in 1985.
Thanks for your support #Buckhead Explorer Patrons:
Ann and John Beach; Virginia Groves Beach; Sheila and Howard Benson; Donna and David Brown; Shirley and Norris Broyles; Elizabeth and Sheffield Hale; Penny and George Hart; Liz and Will House; Margaret and Henry Howell; Belle and Barry Lynch; Pamela Isdell; Blanchette and Frank Maier; Antonia and Wright Mitchell; Mary Lu and Wade Mitchell; Peter Northway; Mary M. Patton; Ann and Fay Pearce; Sally and Richard Smith; Linda DeFoor Wickham; and Christie and Chad Wright. #BuckheadHeritage #history
Thank you to our Bronze Sponsors for Mansions, Gardens & Ghosts April 28. @Arbormedics, Foxglove Antiques, Galbraith Grounds Management and Zwj Investment Counsel. #BuckheadHeritage #history
Buckhead Heritage offers various events and programs throughout the year. Which one (s) have you attended? Any feedback for us?
Spotswood Hall was one of the first houses constructed as suburban development began to transform the countryside northwest of Atlanta in the early 1900s. #BuckheadHeritage #Buckhead
One of Buckhead’s iconic historic homes is on the market.
Read "Oglethorpe Student Helps #BuckheadHeritage Curate Historic Landmark Map" on page 9 of the #Buckhead Reporter April edition.
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Thanks to Heirloom Tree and Garden, the Silver Sponsor for Mansions, Gardens & Ghosts April 28. #BuckheadHeritage #history
We're gearing up for "Mansions, Gardens & Ghosts" April 28. Hope to see you at the event. #BuckheadHeritage #history
The gun reputedly used to kill Buckhead’s namesake deer in 1838 has been located by the Buckhead Heritage Society and will be on view during its April 28 “Mansions, Gardens and Ghosts&r…
Thank you to our #Buckhead Time Traveler Patrons:
Blain and Ivan Allen IV; Tamara and Ken Bazzle; Bonnie and Bob Helget; Abby and John Irby; Christy and Sonny Morris; Sally and Richard Smith; and Stephanie and Austin Stephens. #BuckheadHeritage #history
Thank you Simply Buckhead magazine for including "Mansions, Gardens and Ghosts" in your online calendar. We hope to see your readers there! #BuckheadHeritage #Buckhead #history
Nicely done story by WABE on Cabbagetown
The neighborhood became classified as a Landmark District by the City of Atlanta in 1979, which has helped it retain its close-knit, historic feel with charming shotgun style houses, bungalows and apartment buildings.
Thank you Arrow Exterminators for serving as a Gold Sponsor for Mansions, Gardens & Ghosts April 28! #BuckheadHeritage
Whether you're a longtime resident or someone new to the area, we invite you to join #BuckheadHeritage. Members receive our newsletters and advance event notifications for our public and members only events, along with discounted member pricing. We make meeting others interested in Buckhead history and preservation fun with unique educational and social events throughout the year. Membership fees are $50 (individual) or $125 (family). Join online at this link: https://bit.ly/2JJBMtW
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Tickets are on sale for "Mansions, Gardens & Ghosts" Sunday, April 28. Join us for a history-themed bus tour through #Buckhead, a casual dinner, and a history-themed trivia competition. $125/members or $150/non-members. https://app.etapestry.com/cart/BuckheadHeritageSociety/default/category.php?ref=3143.0.9943092 #BuckheadHeritage
The Randolph-Lucas was designated a Historic Building – Exterior by the City of #Atlanta in 1990 for its historic, cultural, and architectural significance. Moving it was quite a feat! Check out the photos. #BuckheadHeritage
Buckhead Heritage Society Randolph-Lucas House Historic Randolph-Lucas House Moved to New Home in Ansley Park On November 8, 2013, the historic Randolph-Lucas House was relocated from 2500 Peachtree Road in Buckhead to 78 Peachtree Circle in Ansley Park. The relocation was the culmination of nearly....
Weather forecast looks great! Join us Saturday for the New Hope African Methodist Episcopal Church/Cemetery Presentation & Tour. No RSVP needed. Noon and 2 p.m. #Buckhead #history #Buckhead Heritage
Check out our website for an interactive map showing historic sites throughout #Buckhead. Users can search by neighborhood, architect or comments to find historic things around the area. We encourage everyone to help us gather more historical information on Buckhead and our historic places. #history #BuckheadHeritage
Buckhead Heritage Society Buckhead Historic Treasures Map Buckhead Heritage began working on this ongoing survey of area historic resources in 2009, and has collected over 10,000 data points to date. This map interface allows web searches by map position, theme and neighborhood to view a partial ...
Mansions, Gardens and Ghosts: #Buckhead Hidden #History Tour April 28, 3-7:30 p.m., Atlanta International School. Tickets now available: https://app.etapestry.com/cart/BuckheadHeritageSociety/default/category.php?ref=3143.0.9943092 #BuckheadHeritage
#Buckhead Heritage is participating in the Phoenix Flies program (organized by the Atlanta Preservation Center) with tours of the history of New Hope Church dating back to the late 1800s. Short presentations and guided tours at noon and 2 p.m. The congregation will host a BBQ for visitors. There is no charge for this event, although donations to the church are welcome. Registration is not required. Saturday, March 23. #history #BuckheadHeritage
The shape, size and stories behind Atlanta's buildings give our city distinction. (Via AJC) #Buckhead #architecture Swan House Fulton County Library System - Buckhead Branch
The architecture of a city can often serve as a snapshot of its people.
#Atlanta is home to many statues, exhibits, museums, sculptures and learning institutions with significance to Women's #History Month. (Via AJC)
Women's History Months points to Atlanta women who have shaped the city, and the world.
In the next few weeks, work on the Randolph-Lucas (-Jones) House will be substantially done. #Buckhead #history (Via Northside Neighbor)
With a heavy heart, Roger Smith will move into the Randolph-Lucas House in a few weeks.
Are you as excited as we are about the #Buckhead Heritage Spring Bus Tour Sunday, April 28? Get 187 years of Buckhead's history and secrets in a rollicking 120 minutes during "Mansions, Gardens and Ghosts." Details coming soon!
The William R. and Ruth Knight Lustron house is a significant example of post-World War II pre-fabricated housing and a particularly excellent intact illustration of the “Lustron” type.
Buckhead Heritage Society William & Ruth Knight Lustron House The William R. and Ruth Knight Lustron house, built in 1949, is an example of the Lustron Corporation’s Westchester Deluxe two-bedroom model. It is a 1,085 square foot, one-story, steel-framed ranch house with a concrete slab foundation...
Buckhead Heritage sponsors a variety of events throughout the year that relate to the #history of #Buckhead. While Active Members are given priority of attendance, most events will be open to the public when space is available. Join our E-vent e-mail list and be the first to know what’s coming.
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New Hope African Methodist Episcopal Church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009 along with the cemetery located across the road. #Buckhead #history #church
Buckhead Heritage Society New Hope African Methodist Episcopal Church The New Hope African Methodist Episcopal Church is a modest wood-framed building on Arden Road surrounded by exclusive single-family residences. On its main façade, the church features a central front-gabled entrance portico that...
With only two entrances from Peachtree Road, Brookwood Hills is a “pocket-enclave” community within a dense urban setting. #Buckhead #history
Buckhead Heritage Society Brookwood Hills Historic District Brookwood Hills Historic District is a distinctive and well-defined residential community developed beginning in the 1920s. It is a remarkably intact example of an early 20th century planned residential community, with very little detractio...
The Howell House is a two-story, Neo-classical Revival style residence that fronts West Paces Ferry Road. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991 for its architectural significance.
Buckhead Heritage Society Mrs. George Arthur Howell Jr. House (Nestledown) The Howell House is a two-story, Neo-classical Revival style residence that fronts West Paces Ferry Road. Its symmetrical façade features a Greek Revival portico with four square columns. The stucco exterior is ornamented wi...
The entire neighborhood is surrounded by dense commercial development and major transportation arteries. It is no surprise, then, that Peachtree Park is often described as an island within the city. #Buckhead #history
Buckhead Heritage Society Peachtree Highlands-Peachtree Park The Peachtree Highlands-Peachtree Park Historic District is a neighborhood of single-family houses and duplexes dating from the 1920s and 1930s, with some post-World War II development as well. The oldest section of the neighborhood, liste...
“History is messy, but it has a lot to teach us—if we let it,” said Sheffield Hale, president and chief executive officer of the Atlanta History Center in a news release. “What makes #Cyclorama: The Big Picture cool is the surprise factor of the painting’s history— the ‘how and why’ it was created, and its various interpretations over time." WABE
The recently opened exhibit at the Atlanta History Center that now displays Atlanta's cyclorama seeks to tell the whole story of the painting, the center said. That story includes the different ways the piece has been interpreted by owners in the north and the south over the course of more than 100....
Peachtree Battle Avenue, the main thoroughfare, was designed with an expansive landscaped park in the median, and throughout the neighborhood, the natural streambeds have been preserved as parks. #Buckhead #history
Buckhead Heritage Society Peachtree Heights Park Historic District The Peachtree Heights Park Historic District (today known as Peachtree Heights West) is bounded by Peachtree Road on the east, Peachtree Creek on the south, and by the lines of Land Lots 111, 112, and 113 on the west and north. This....
Great way to learn about many of the historic sites in Atlanta. Did you attend last year?
Phoenix Flies 2019 is almost here! The Atlanta Preservation Center (APC) is excited to announce the award-winning Phoenix Flies 2019: A Celebration of Atlanta’s Historic Sites, March 2nd through March 24th.
Over 100 Preservation Partners will showcase Atlanta's diverse historic and cultural heritage through over 200 events, including guided walking tours, lectures, storytelling, open houses and more with no event costs!
To view the full Phoenix Flies 2019 program & for more information, please visit: http://www.atlantapreservationcenter.com/2019_Phoenix_Flies_Updates_FAQs
PLEASE NOTE: Reservations are required for some events. Please check the program for event details. Reservations for the general public open on February 23rd.
For questions, please call (404) 688-3353.
The earliest of these communities was Piney Grove, which may have dated back to the 1820s, making it one of the earliest settlements in #Buckhead. #history Neighbor Newspapers
February is Black History month, and as such I like to turn our collective attention to those all-but-forgotten communities which once dotted the Buckhead landscape.
New Hope Cemetery is an important local example of a rural African-American cemetery. The 1.86-acre cemetery is located across the street from New Hope Church. The first documented burial, based on church history and oral tradition, was in 1889.
Bo Emerson’s interview with the Atlanta History Center's Gordon Jones on the background and history of the Cyclorama in Atlanta.
With the Cyclorama set to reopen at the Atlanta History Center on Feb. 22, AJC reporter Bo Emerson joined the accessAtlanta podcast to talk all things Cyclorama.
Below is an interactive map showing the 62 historical markers in #Buckhead. #history
Buckhead Heritage Society Buckhead Historical Markers In the fall of 2010, Angelica Dion, in collaboration with Georgia State University and the Buckhead Heritage Society, mapped all of the historical markers that are located within the Buckhead area boundaries, which were adopted by the Atlanta Reg...
The Goodrum House was designed by Philip Trammell Shutze, who was at the forefront of Atlanta’s classicist movement in the early 20th century. Said to be his favorite residential commission in Atlanta, the Goodrum House is a strict reflection of classical design and Regency precedent. #Buckhead #history
Buckhead Heritage Society May Patterson Goodrum House Completed in 1932, the May Patterson Goodrum House (formerly the Southern Center for International Studies) is a Regency-style residence with a central bay flanked by offset but symmetrical rectangular wings. The central bay is accented with a de...
Gardner Spencer and Associates designed this apartment building to follow a horizontal axis appearing more like an exclusive single-family residence than garden-style apartment complexes that were popular during the period. #Buckhead #history
Buckhead Heritage Society Canton Apartments (Crestwood) Built in 1928, the Canton Apartments (now Crestwood) is a three story, brick English Renaissance style apartment building, with a central bay punctuated by an arched doorway and flanking wings highlighted by quoins. The arched entranceway conta...
Buckhead's historic treasures presentation at Garden Hills Elementary. Good crowd despite the rain. #Buckhead #history
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