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The Druid Hills neighborhood is characterized by rolling hills, magnificent trees and shrubs and gorgeous, expansive houses. Its Ponce de Leon corridor bears the imprint of the founder of American landscape architecture, Frederick Law Olmsted. The brainchild of Joel Hurt, the neighborhood was brought to fruition by some of Atlanta's most prominent businessmen, including Asa Candler, founder of Coca-Cola. It was these movers and shakers of the city who lived in the neighborhood during the early decades of the twentieth century. In 1914, Druid Hills was permanently altered with the announcement that it would be the site of Emory University's new main campus. Now the residents coexist with what has become an international university community. Historian Robert Hartle Jr. has written an honest, impeccably researched tribute to Druid Hills, truly one of the jewels in Atlanta's crown.
|Publisher:||History Press, The|
|Product dimensions:||6.60(w) x 9.70(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Robert Hartle Jr. has lived in Atlanta, Georgia, since 1984. He studied history at the University of Dallas in Irving, Texas, before moving back to Atlanta. After discovering his love for history and writing in college, Hartle worked as a research assistant on Emory University professor of law Polly Price's book, Judge Richard S. Arnold: A Legacy of Justice on the Federal Bench, before writing his first book, Atlanta's Druid Hills: A Brief History. This is Hartle's second book with The History Press.