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Black Atlanta in the Roaring Twenties: Images of America
Herman ”Skip” Mason, Jr. (au). Long before it came to prominence as the model city of the New South, as well as earning the title “the new Motown,” Atlanta was a hotbed of entertainment, bus., & civic life for African Americans (AA) At the same time that Harlem was undergoing its acclaimed renaissance, Atlanta could boast of excellent colleges, a thriving social environment, & an entertainment scene that could rival those of much larger cities. From Auburn Ave., the hub of the city’s AA activity, a spirit of change & excitement radiated out to reach people across America. Here, Herman Mason, Jr. draws from his extensive collection of photographs & memorabilia, as well as private & public sources, to create a thorough look at a memorable era of glamour, progress, & achievement. Photos.
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