Virtual Walking Tour – Leila Ross Wilburn and the MAK Historic District
Virtual Wilburn Walking Tour!
Leila Ross Wilburn, b. 1885, attended Agnes Scott Institute, and lived in the MAK (McDonough Street, Adams Street, and Kings Highway) neighborhood of Decatur her entire adult life. She became the second registered female architect in Georgia and went on to create hundreds of house plans, institutional buildings and residences. Leila Ross Wilburn’s designs are featured all over Atlanta and Decatur, but the epicenter is the MAK neighborhood. In this tour, we will focus on the MAK district, which features several of her early home designs. We will discuss her designs in detail and what makes them unique. We will also discuss Wilburn as a female architect, what that meant and how it influenced her design choices.
This tour will be just like the walking tour, except without the walking.
$2 for Members / $4for Non-members
Video is 53 Minutes, link provided through Youtube.
After purchase, link will be sent in separate email.
Contact Marissa for any questions: Howard@dekalbhistory.org or 404 373 1088 ext 1003