Corona typewriter from the Atlantic Steel office of Thomas K. Glenn. Mr. Glenn served as the company’s president from 1908 to 1922. 20th century.
Antique Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. uniform. The founder of the Girl Scouts, Juliette Gordon Low was a native of Savannah and started the organization in her home city in 1912.
John Goddard driving a carriage on the grounds of the Piedmont Driving Club.
Portrait of John K. Ottley, 20th century. Mr. Ottley negotiated the 6th Federal Reserve Bank District Headquarters to be in Atlanta.
Portrait of Irene Warren. Dr. and Mrs. Warren were family friends of Bobby Jones. He gifted Mrs. Warren his putter, “Calamity Jane 3,” 20th century.
Calamity Jane 3, the golf putter belonging to Georgia native, Robert T. Bobby Jones, Jr., 20th century. The most successful amateur golfer of all time, Jones is most famous for his unique “Grand Slam,” consisting of his victory in all four major golf tournaments of his era. Jones is the founder of The Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta. This is likely the last club Jones played with.
The Howell Mill by Wilbur Kurtz, 1933. Kurtz was a notable American painter, art historian, and consultant from Atlanta. He worked as the primary authenticity consultant for the filming of the Academy Award winning film, Gone with the Wind.
Letter to Mr. and Mrs. Simon Selig from President Jimmy Carter, 20th century.
Portrait of James D. Robinson, Jr., Chairman of the First National Bank of Atlanta, 20th century. Mr. Robinson died while sitting for this portrait and his widow asked the artist to cease.
Engraved silver cigarette case of James D. Robinson, Jr., 20th century.
Bronze self-portrait, Virginia Adair, 20th century.
Eyeglasses and case belonging to Thomas K. Glenn, 20th century
A signed copy of “A Testament of Hope: the Essential Writings of Martin Luther King, Jr.” given to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Russell by Coretta Scott King, 20th century.
Bible previously owned by Martin Luther “Daddy” King, Sr. and given to his grand-daughter, Alveda King, 20th century.
King family Bible. Originally owned by Martin Luther “Daddy” King, Sr. and used by all members of the King family, including Martin Luther King, Jr., 20th century.
Brass shipping balance from Atlanta Life Insurance Company, collection of Alonzo Herndon, 20th century.
Silver mug given to Rodney Mims Cook, Sr. by Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. to show his appreciation for their friendship, 20th century.
Silver mug given to Atlanta icon and Rich’s Department Store CEO, Richard H. Rich to commemorate his role as the founding director of the Commerce Club, 20th century.
Commemorative engraved silver box given in memory of Robert W. Woodruff to James D. Robinson, Jr., 20th century.
Portrait of Clarence Haverty, son of Joseph J. Haverty, founder of the Haverty Furniture Company, 20th century.
Mirror from the Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta, GA. The Biltmore was developed by William Candler, 20th century.
The Pontifical Equestrian Order of Saint Gregory the Great medal awarded to J.J. Haverty, 20th century.
“The Book of Joyeuse” kept as a guest log for the Ottley Family at their estate, 20th century. Joyeuse is now called Lenox Square.
Masonic sword of W.A. Scott, 20th century.
Atlanta Woman of the Year Award. From the collection of Bettijo Trawick, 20th century. Replica of a 19th century teapot.
Mallard, Anas platyrhynchos by Athos Menaboni, 1962.
Sunglasses of Mayor Maynard Jackson, grandson of John Wesley Dobbs, 20th century.
Portrait of Speaker Newt Gingrich of Georgia, Steve Penley, artist, 20th century. Gingrich was the 50th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives.