This 2008 photo shows the Atlanta Cyclorama. While it's most recent complete overhaul was in 1980, Director Keith Lauer describes the current wear and tear on the Cyclorama as completely "cosmetic," with no structural damage to the painting of Civil War battle scenes.
This 2008 photo shows the Atlanta Cyclorama. While it's most recent complete overhaul was in 1980, Director Keith Lauer describes the current wear and tear on the Cyclorama as completely "cosmetic," with no structural damage to the painting of Civil War battle scenes.
Photo by Associated Press /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Saturday, July 26th, 2014
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ATLANTA — In a move of literal and figurative historic proportions, plans call for Cyclorama, one of Atlanta's most valuable cultural artifacts, to leave its Grant Park home of nearly a century and relocate to a new building at the Atlanta History Center in Buckhead.

  • July 27th, 2014  |
  • By The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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