"...fullscreen 360-degree photographic panoramas, which enable the user to pan left, right, up and down... Each panorama within the series highlights a historic point of interest within that city such as cathedrals or old town squares, museums, parks, local marketplaces and seaside promenades."
"The Historic Preservation Division works in partnership with federal and state agencies, local governments, preservation organizations, community groups and individuals to achieve a greater appreciation and use of historic resources in the context of everyday life. Working at the state level, the Historic Preservation Division helps bring together national, regional and local interests to support community and economic development throughout Georgia."
"Collections include the professional papers of women architects, landscape architects, designers, architectural historians and critics, and urban planners, and the records of architectural organizations for women."
"THS is the only organization in the U.S. which exclusively records and preserves the rich architectural, cultural and social history of America's theatres. Through its collections and publications, THS makes available information on more than 15,000 theatres, primarily in the United States, and encourages further research in these areas."
The Isadore J. and Lucille Zimmerman House (1950) was designed by one of the world’s greatest modern architects, Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959). Wright designed the house, the interiors, all the furniture, the gardens, and even the mailbox.
The site is intended to provide free access to published government sources, beginning with the founding of the city in 1896 up to 1956. Included are traditional planning documents with difficult to find locally collected data, such as land use plans, government property inventories, and environmental impact statements.