Rhodes Hall, home of The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, offers a selection of gifts related to the history of Rhodes Hall, historic preservation, and the architectural heritage and history of Atlanta. In addition to postcards, mugs, and a pewter ornament modeled after the "castle on Peachtree Street," the museum store also features a variety of books, many signed by the author. These books include:
Ansley Park: 100 Years of Gracious Living (2004) published by the Ansley Park Civic Association
Bridging Deep South Rivers: The Life and Legend of Horace King (2004) by John S. Lupold and Thomas L. French, Jr.
Democracy Restored: A History of the Georgia State Capitol (2007) by Timothy J. Crimmins and Anne H. Farrisee
J. Neel Reid: Architect of Hentz, Reid & Adler and the Georgia School of Classicists (1997) by William R. Mitchell, Jr.
A Passion to Preserve: Gay Men as Keepers of Culture (2004) by Will Fellows
To Build Our Lives Together: Community Formation in Black Atlanta, 1875-1906 (2004) by Allison Dorsey
Villa Clare: The Purposeful Life and Timeless Art Collection of J.J. Haverty (2006) by William Rawson Smith
All items are reasonably priced and make attractive gifts! Please visit or call Rhodes Hall for more information at 404-885-7800.
Give a gift with a purpose! Purchasing your gifts at a Trust property will also support the work of the Trust. The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation is one of the nation’s largest statewide nonprofit preservation organizations. The Georgia Trust’s mission is to promote an appreciation of Georgia’s diverse historic resources and provide for their protection and use to preserve, enhance and revitalize Georgia’s communities.