Take a look at Georgia’s architectural treasures through the lens of an architect’s sketchbook
Grab your favorite beverage and join us virtually for an exciting preview of Judge Clarence Seeliger’s newly donated collection
Learn the best way to collect the history of your family
Join fellow DHC members, staff, and board members for this year’s Annual Meeting
Get to know the most common house styles in Georgia
Take a virtual tour of the Historic DeKalb Courthouse
Tune in to hear all about the history of the Jewish community in Atlanta
Learn about the hidden history of old Atlanta
Tune in as we celebrate the African American families that shaped DeKalb’s and Atlanta’s history
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Join Russell Clayton as he speaks about the life and work of Athos Menaboni
Check out the guidebook outlining the top 111 places in Atlanta you have to visit!
Discover the haunted history of the Historic DeKalb Courthouse
Is the Trinity Place Historic Complex haunted?
Learn all about Bobby Jones and where he learned to play golf
Documenting the intersections of the twin pandemics of COVID-19 and social injustice
Learn about all the weird, wonderful, and obscure places Atlanta has to offer!
Study up and test your knowledge on DeKalb County history!
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Learn about the story of the Donaldson-Bannister Farm located in Dunwoody, GA
Become a volunteer docent with the DeKalb History Center
Learn about the major role African Americans played in the culinary history of Atlanta
Learn how to research your genealogy in DeKalb County
Come and learn about the Jazz Age in the South
Learn how to research your historic home or property
Ring in 2020 with a roaring 1920s-themed New Year’s Eve bash
Learn about the turning points in U.S. immigration policy and their impacts
Get to know residents who helped make Atlanta what it is today
Donate to help the archives today
Learn the origin stories of Georgia’s most interesting place-names
Lyon Farm Restoration with Arabia Mountain Heritage Area
Member Only Tour and Picnic
Tour Decatur’s historic homes and buildings
Explore the history of Atlanta during Prohibition
Join DHC as we recount the spooky history of the building
Linton C. Hopkins talks about: East Lake – Where Bobby Learned to Play
Chip Davidson, III, and the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve
Explore the most diverse square mile in America—Clarkston!
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