Real estate business -- Georgia -- Atlanta
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains photographic prints, plat maps, and building plans of properties in Atlanta and Fulton County created for real estate business purposes. Most photographs depict residential and commercial buildings that were torn down to make way for two public housing projects, Techwood Homes and University Homes in 1934. Highlights include appraisal photographs and supporting documents for the Grant Building, the J.M. High Estate, and the Atlanta King Plow Company building.
This collection contains the stock book of the Copenhill Land Company.
These papers consist of business papers of Jack Adair, the Adair Realty Company, and real estate in Atlanta. Papers include newspaper clippings, correspondence, various business papers including contracts, bonds, deeds, notes,etc., roster of the Peachtree Golf Club, maps, a scrapbook, and Civil War memorabilia.
This collection includes city maps of Atlanta and its suburbs, as well as plat maps drawn to facilitate the purchase of new homes in neighborhoods and subdivisions in Fulton, DeKalb and Cobb counties. The maps illustrate the physical growth of the city of Atlanta and the creation of neighborhoods in and around the city in the latter half of the 19th century through the late 20th century.
This collection contains deeds, surveys, plat diagrams, and broadsides.
This collection includes correspondence to Robert W. Barnwell, two bound books containing lists of properties for sale, numerous brochures of properties for sale by the Massell Realty Company, printed materials, and a broadside.
This collection contains material from Smith's professional activities. Items include correspondence, warranty deeds, loan documents, bills of sale, legal documents, and promissory notes.
This collection contains a wide variety of material on the life and career of Sam Massell, Jr. It offers an excellent look at the careers of Sam Massell both as a political figure and as a businessman. There is also information relating to the many civic, political, and business organizations in which Sam Massell was involved. There are thirteen different series with topics such as Civil Rights, speeches, political information, trips, news releases, etc.
These records contain legal and business papers relating to the business and property holdings in Atlanta of the TWFB Corporation.
This collection is comprised of a single scrapbook that contains newspaper clippings. The clippings are primarily ads for property for sale by the firm.