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dc.contributorIvey and Crook
dc.coverage.spatialTate, Georgia
dc.coverage.spatialAtlanta, Georgia
dc.identifier.citationEmory University Dining Hall, Atlanta, Georgia, Georgia Marble Company Records, 1910-2004, SC/G/006, Box 44, Kennesaw State University Archives.
dc.descriptionPhotograph of Emory University Dining Hall, Atlanta, Georgia, featuring white Georgia and Creole trim marble. Reverse reads: "Emory Dining Hall, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Whit Georgia and Creole Trim, From Quarries, Tate, Georgia. Chicago Office: 456 Monadnock Building. Architects: Ivey and Crook."
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dc.subjectGeorgia Marble Company.
dc.subjectEmory University.
dc.subjectMarble buildings.
dc.titleEmory University Dining Hall, Atlanta, Georgia

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    This collection contains select business records, publications, and audiovisual material that have been digitized from the Georgia Marble Company Records. The full collection is housed at the Kennesaw State University Archives.

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