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That 70's Atlanta Show
“That 70’s Atlanta Show” is a collection of historic photos by photojournalist Boyd Lewis that will be on display in the atrium of Atlanta City Hall, from 8:30am until 5:00pm Monday, July 9 through Thursday, July 12, 2012. The free exhibition will focus on the key figures in 70s Atlanta many of whose names now adorn city streets and historic markers.
The collection will include photos of the late Maynard H. Jackson from vice mayor through first administration; Julian and James Bond in office and at home, father and uncle respectively of Councilman Michael Julian Bond; the late Leon Hall, father of Councilman Kwanza Hall; the late Joseph E. Boone and members of the Metro Summit Leadership Conference; Ethel M. Matthews, Father Austin Ford and Gene Ferguson of Emmaus House; the late Coretta Scott King and family and King Center; SCLC and NAACP figures; Wyche Fowler and the late Ivan Allen; Johnny Johnson and Model Cities; the late Q.V Williamson, first black member of the Atlanta’s Board of Aldermen since Reconstruction and Panke Bradley (Miller), the first female member of the Atlanta’s Board of Aldermen.
Also included are photos of the late Rev. William Holmes Borders; the late Hosea Williams; the late Ralph David Abernathy; Dr. Joseph E. Lowery; C.T. Vivian; Dorothy Cotton and various demonstrations at City Hall and more.