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    Atlanta History CenterAtlanta History Center Atlanta, Georgia
    this fabulous history museum can be found in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, Georgia that began in 1926 and now entails 12 outstanding exhibits with historic gardens and houses found on the grounds, that includes the Tullie Smith farm and Swan House. The museum also contains the Kenan Research center that holds 3.5 million resources and a reproduction of historian Franklin Garrett's office; as well as one of the biggest collections of Civil War relics and memorabilia in the world. The center provides three kinds of exhibits that include traveling, temporary and permanent, with six permanent displays that include; the Centennial Olympic Museum, the Phillip Trammell Shutze: Atlanta Classicist, Connoisseur and Collector, the Turning Point: the American Civil War, the Down the Fairway with Bobby Jones and Shaping Traditions: Folk Arts in a Changing South. The center was started in 1926 by fourteen men who created the Atlanta Historical Society, led by Walter McElreath. The small museum would acquire the DuBose Collection of Civil War Artifacts that had been donated by Mrs. Beverly M. DuBose, Jr. in 1986 and then a few years later, the society would construct its current museum to contain the magnificent collection, and in 1990, the society would be renamed the Atlanta History Center.

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    High Museum of ArtHigh Museum of Art Atlanta, Georgia
    The High as it is commonly referred to is the finest art museum in the southeastern United States and one of most attended art museums in the world and founded in 1905 as the Atlanta Art Association. The High family, who the museum is named after, would donate their family house to hold a collection after a number of exhibitions had been held involving the Grand Central Art Galleries organized for the city by Atlanta art collector, J. J. Haverty, in 1926. There are many pieces from that outstanding collection now showcased at the museum with another separate structure added to the grounds in 1955. There are over 11,000 works of art housed here in their permanent collection that include 19th and 20th century American art, modern and contemporary art, European art, photography and decorative arts. Well known artists' works include those of; Chuck Close, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Clarence John Laughlin, Claude Monet, Dorothea Lange and Martin Johnson Heade. This fabulous museum strives to host supporting and collecting works by Southern self-taught artists like Howard Finster and includes a contextual installation of paintings and sculpture from his Paradise Gardens.

March 30, 2014