Buckhead Heritage Society to publish community his...
by Neighbor Staff
05:44 PM, Wednesday, May 06
The Buckhead Heritage Society Wednesday announced plans to publish a new illustrated history of Buckhead. The coffee table book, to be titled “Historic Buckhead: An Illustrated History,” is being written by historian and author Sharon Foster Jones...

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