CAROLYN CARR STUDIO ATLANTA
 
 

The Cherokee Garden Library Collection

 

A NATURAL RESOURCE

The CherokEe Garden LIBRARY (on the grounds of the Atlanta History Center) is A PUBLIC LIBRAry for those interested in gardening, landscape design, garden history, horticulture, floral design, botanical art, cultural landscapes, natural landscapes and plant ecology. It is Home to over 32,000 books, photographs, manuscripts, seed catalogs, and landscape drawings. These rare and valuable resources tell the story of horticulture and botanical history in the Southeastern United States and areas of influence throughout America, Europe, and Asia.

For more information about Cherokee Garden Library, please contact Garden Library Director, Staci Catron, at 404.814.4046 or scatron@atlantahistorycenter.com.

Learn more about Seeking Eden, an exhibition that shares the stories of some of Georgia’s most fascinating historic landscapes, public and private, and describe how they’ve evolved over the decades.

 

 THE ATLANTA HUMANE SOCIETY

In the 1970s our family’s first adoption was a tiny Black and white Kitty, aptly named “KITTY”. And Continuing Over the years, We have Had Great joy with our animal family discovered at the Humane Society. Below are Our Current A.H.S. rescues— Molly and Blu.

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Preserving the Lands & Advancing the Legacy

The Franklin D. Roosevelt Hyde Park Foundation promotes the legacies 
of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt by supporting the preservation and enhancement of the National Historic Sites at Hyde Park, New York.

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