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|Title:||[Postcard of citizens enjoying Ponce de Leon Park, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia]|
Atlanta. Citizens enjoy visiting Ponce de Leon Park. The sign posted indicates that blacks were allowed in the park only as servants.
2003/06/12: Ponce de Leon Park, also known as Ponce de Leon Springs or Streetcar, was an amusement park. The park later became the site for the Sears, Roebuck building. This area of midtown Atlanta is currently the Atlanta Police headquarters.
|Subjects:||Segregation--Georgia--Atlanta | African Americans--Georgia--Atlanta | Landscape--Georgia--Atlanta | Recreation--Georgia--Atlanta | Parks--Georgia--Atlanta | Atlanta (Ga.) | Fulton County (Ga.)|
|Institution:||Digital Library of Georgia|
|Contributors:||Georgia. Dept. of Archives and History | Digital Library of Georgia|
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