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Hotel Aragon

1910 postcard of the Hotel Aragon
Hotel Aragon features in article from Atlanta Constitution of April 20, 1913 about city's hotels

The Hotel Aragon was a six-story, 125-room hotel located 169 [3] It was remarkable at the time as the only major hotel in the city not located adjacent to Union Station. A 1902 guidebook describes the Aragon as one of three chief first-class hotels in the city, together with the Kimball House and the Majestic Hotel.[2]

In the late 1920s a project was started to raze the Aragon in order to build a [5][6]

References

  1. ^ Atlanta Constitution, November 15, 1892
  2. ^ a b , Thomas H. Martin, pp. 106 and 472-3Atlanta and Its Builders: A Comprehensive History of the Gate City, Volume 2
  3. ^ Atlanta History Center
  4. ^ , Robert Michael Craig, p.40Atlanta Architecture: Art Deco to Modern Classic, 1929-1959, Volume 1
  5. ^ , Robert M. Craig, p.134The Architecture of Francis Palmer Smith, Atlanta's Scholar-Architect
  6. ^ , William Williford, p.138Peachtree Street, Atlanta

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