Column: Vinings ‘playhouse’ served as artist's canvas
by Thornton Kennedy
Columnist
12:01 AM, Wednesday, July 01
Nellie Mae Rowe’s home on Paces Ferry Road was in many ways a smaller version of Paradise Garden right in the heart of Vinings. She festooned her three-room house near the railroad tracks with homemade dolls, found objects and just about anything ...

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