- Joseph Brown photographs of downtown Atlanta
- Central City Park
- Brown, Joseph
- Joseph Brown photographs of downtown Atlanta, Atlanta History Center
- Date of Original:
Flatiron Building (Atlanta, Ga.)
- United States, Georgia, Atlanta, Central City Park, 33.622302, -84.379657
United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.749, -84.38798
United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, Woodruff Park, 33.75566, -84.38854
United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Five Points, 33.75427, -84.38965
- View from Central City Park (later known as Woodruff Park) looking northwest towards the Flatiron building in the Five Points area of downtown Atlanta, Georgia.
Central City Park, a 1.7-acre tract of land bordered by Peachtree Street, Auburn Avenue, Pryor Street (now Park Place), and Edgewood Avenue in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, was dedicated in 1973. In 1971, an anonymous donor had given the city $9,000,000 for the purchase and development of the land. It was later revealed that Robert W. Woodruff had donated the funds for the park and it was renamed in his honor in 1985.
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- VIS 214.01.06
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- 35 mm color transparency
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- Atlanta History Center