Column: Former first lady poured heart, soul into ...
by Thornton Kennedy
Columnist
04:53 PM, Wednesday, April 23
Even though her husband Carl had just been elected governor of Georgia, Betty Sanders cried on the way back to their home in Augusta after visiting her future Atlanta home. The occupant of the 1910 stone mansion on The Prado in Ansley Park at the ...

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