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National Register of Historic Places Digital Archive on NPGallery
Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic District (Boundary Increase)
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EVENT
PERSON
ARCHITECTURE/ENGINEERING
QUEEN ANNE
ITALIANATE
Agnew, A.P.
Aiken and Faulkner, et al.
BLACK
SOCIAL HISTORY
COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
COMMERCE
ARCHITECTURE
RELIGION
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
EDUCATION
INDUSTRY
TRANSPORTATION
1850-1874
1875-1899
1900-1924
1925-1949
1950-1974
1853
1906
1917
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Dobbs, John Wesley, et al
DISTRICT
National Register of Historic Places Collection
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2856089
6/12/2001
National Register of Historic Places
State: Georgia
County: Fulton County
Atlanta ; Roughly bounded by Freedom Pkwy., John Wesley Dobbs Ave., Decatur St., Southern RR tracks, and I-75/85
Historic
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