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The Atlanta Dogwood Festival


From the original print, which is stamped April 7, 1975: Label attached to verso of date-stamped print (Apr 7 1975):“ Sonja Scott, is the 1975 ‘Little Miss Dogwood.’ She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Scott of West End. She is shown here being crowned by Twilla Priutt, the 1974 Little Miss Dogwood.” AJC File.

(via Atlanta weather | Some metro schools to close early as Georgia… | www.ajc.com) For what? There will be no damn snow, sleet or rain according to psalm chant protect ye all from man made severe weather for Mother Nature is the Owner of all weather good and bad.

Let’s visit the Atlanta Journal

January 1949 – Now why would the likes of Bob Hope and Doris Day show up at the Atlanta Journal in January 1949 to have a word with the pressmen? Was it to complain about something we’d written? Was it to laud us for a well-penned review? Or was it to ask “Hey fellahs, where the HECK are the COMICS?” Actually, the Hollywood duo was in-house to tour our then-new building on Forsyth Street in downtown Atlanta. So let’s all take a tour of the swank Journal building and see how your big-city newspaper comes together, shall we? Take the rest of the tour by viewing “My AJC Flashback Fotos: Let’s visit the Atlanta Journal.” For complete coverage of the Atlanta area, visit http://www.ajc.com and http://www.myajc.com.

Photo credit: AJC file / 1949

Journalist Howard Pousner of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution wrote this great article before we got to the ACC show in Atlanta. He even came by the booth a couple of times at the show - brought his sone and his wife to see it.

No joke - 50% of the folks who came by the booth mentioned his article. 

Howard, thanks so much for the wonderfully kind words!