Dr. Crimmins looks at the Lane Brothers photograph collection from the late 1940s through early 1960s, highlighting Atlanta's lost physical landscape and evolving social and cultural landscapes. Crimmins also discusses the social significance of the state capitol building and its renovations.
"Atlanta’s Tumultuous Fifties Fifty Years Later," a presentation by Dana White, Robert Holmes, Susan McGrath, and Timothy Crimmins
Published August 5, 2004
In conjunction with the Michael C. Carlos Museum's "The Tumultuous Fifties: A View from The New York Times Photo Archives" exhibition at Emory University, Dr. Dana White moderates a panel discussion looking back at Atlanta's evolution over the past fifty years. Panelists include Dr. Robert Holmes, Director of the Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy at Clark Atlanta University; Dr. Susan McGrath, Director of the Honors Program at Georgia Perimeter College; and Dr. Timothy Crimmins, Professor of History at Georgia State University.