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This modest turn-of-the-century home is an architectural find in itself, but most notable because it houses the apartment where Margaret Mitchell, the recipient of Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1937, penned most of Gone with the Wind. Once funnily referred to as 'The Dump' by Margaret Mitchell due to its sorry condition, he house has been completely restored to its initial glory making it possible for you to visit this gem of a place and learn about one of the best writers the world has seen. Guided tours feature a wealth of historical and anecdotal information on Mitchell, the house and Atlanta in general. A museum shop is also on site.
This handsome Victorian abode was the longtime home of famed Georgia writer Joel Chandler Harris, who penned some of this country's most popular stories for children as well as adults. Best known for his Uncle Remus tales, Harris wrote many of his landmark pieces right here in Atlanta, and the story of his life and work is on display at the museum. Guided tours and storytelling programs are offered, as well as a nice shop that stocks books and Brer Rabbit memorabilia.
The William Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum is testament of Atlanta's Jewish lineage. Administered by the Atlanta Jewish Federation since 1996, it curates archives from the mid 19th Century to the present day. In one of the largest displays in the Southeast, exhibitions feature photographs, newspaper documentations and memorabilia, including those from the Holocaust that are sure to leave you moved. In addition to galleries, this establishment also houses a genealogy room and library.