1970 shot of (presumably) terra cotta ornament on the now demolished Terminal Station in downtown Atlanta, GA.  It appears to be some kind of creepy griffin/satyr combination - love it!
(via Atlanta History Center Album. Terminal Station)

1970 shot of (presumably) terra cotta ornament on the now demolished Terminal Station in downtown Atlanta, GA.  It appears to be some kind of creepy griffin/satyr combination - love it!

(via Atlanta History Center Album. Terminal Station)

1986 view of now demolished buildings at 10th Street and Peachtree Street, northwest corner.  Midtown Atlanta
(via Atlanta History Center Album. Midtown)

1986 view of now demolished buildings at 10th Street and Peachtree Street, northwest corner.  Midtown Atlanta

(via Atlanta History Center Album. Midtown)

1988 view of the Theatrical Outfit theater, near the northwest corner of 10th Street at Peachtree Street. Midtown Atlanta
(via Atlanta History Center Album. Midtown)

1988 view of the Theatrical Outfit theater, near the northwest corner of 10th Street at Peachtree Street. Midtown Atlanta

(via Atlanta History Center Album. Midtown)

A view of the apartment buildings of Pershing Point (the Pershing Point, Knox, and Stratford Hall apartments) in 1985.  Unfortunately, all have been demolished for office development.  They provided some great residential density in this section of Midtown.
(via Atlanta History Center Album. Midtown)

A view of the apartment buildings of Pershing Point (the Pershing Point, Knox, and Stratford Hall apartments) in 1985.  Unfortunately, all have been demolished for office development.  They provided some great residential density in this section of Midtown.

(via Atlanta History Center Album. Midtown)

(via Atlanta History Center Album. James Kollock Hines Residence)
The Judge james Kollock Hines house was located at the northwest corner of 11th and Peachtree Streets in Midtown Atlanta.  It was built in 1907 and demolished in 1936.  Designed by G.W. Foote.

(via Atlanta History Center Album. James Kollock Hines Residence)

The Judge james Kollock Hines house was located at the northwest corner of 11th and Peachtree Streets in Midtown Atlanta.  It was built in 1907 and demolished in 1936.  Designed by G.W. Foote.