Column: Windows find their way to Washington
by Thornton Kennedy
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02:44 PM, Wednesday, August 27
What remains of the Craigie House on Piedmont Road in Midtown is propped up by a few pieces of wood. Without them the final piece of the former Daughters of the American Revolution Atlanta chapter’s headquarters, which can be traced back to the Co...

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