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Photo Record

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Collection Ruth M. Aldrich photograph collection
Object Name Print, Photographic
Title Leyden House
Description Exterior of Leyden House in Atlanta, Georgia, designed by John Boutell for Austin Leyden. The home also served as General George H. Thomas' headquarters during the Civil War. The house was located at 124 Peachtree Street NE and was demolished in 1913. The columns of the house were moved to the Old Woodberry School building in Ansley Park.

Date before 1913
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Catalog Number MS 1687-01-03-01
Place Atlanta (Ga.)
Subjects Atlanta (Ga.)
Demolished buildings
Lost architecture

Print size 8" x 4 1/2"