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Atlanta 1917/8 Wecker Kinderwecker rosa pink Qu...
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Titel: Atlanta 1917/8 Wecker Kinderwecker rosa pink Quarzwecker für Kinder Mädchen, Hersteller: ATLANTA, Herstellernummer: 1917/8, Rubrik: Uhr Wecker, Verkäufer: averdo

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Atlanta 1917/5 Wecker Kinderwecker blau bunt le...
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Titel: Atlanta 1917/5 Wecker Kinderwecker blau bunt leise Quarzwecker für Kinder, Hersteller: ATLANTA, Herstellernummer: 1917/5, Rubrik: Uhr Wecker, Verkäufer: averdo

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Atlanta 1917/8 Wecker Kinderwecker rosa pink Qu...
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Titel: Atlanta 1917/8 Wecker Kinderwecker rosa pink Quarzwecker für Kinder Mädchen, Hersteller: ATLANTA, Herstellernummer: 1917/8, Rubrik: Uhr Wecker, Verkäufer: averdo

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Atlanta 1917-5
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Atlanta 1917-8
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Weckuhr / analog / Quarz

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Atlanta 1917/8 Geräuscharmer Kinderwecker Pink
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Quarzwecker mit schleichender Sekunde, pinkfarbenes Kunststoffgehäuse, Größe 10,5 x 11 cm, Piepton-Alarm mit ansteigender Lautstärke (Crescendo-Alarm), Weckwiederholung (Snooze), weißes Zifferblatt mit Beleuchtung, große bunte Zahlen, Leuchtzeiger, 1 Batterie 1,5 V AA erforderlich

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Robert Edward Adamson
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert Edward Adamson (March 31, 1871 September 19, 1935) was an American journalist and public official. Adamson was born on March 31, 1871 in Georgia to Augustus Pitt Adamson and Martilla Ellen Cook. He began writing articles for the Macon, Georgia newspaper while still in his teens. At age 20, he became city editor of the Atlanta Constitution. He later moved to New York City and worked as a reporter for The New York Sun, the New York World, and the Brooklyn Eagle. He married Ethel McClintock May on December 10, 1902 at Trinity Chapel in Manhattan. In 1910, Adamson became secretary to New York Mayor William Jay Gaynor, and gained fame by helping thwart an assassination attempt on Gaynor. When Gaynor died in September 1910, Adamson continued as secretary to the new mayor, Ardolph Loges Kline. In 1914, he was campaign manager for John Purroy Mitchel, who after his election appointed Adamson as the 9th Fire Commissioner of the City of New York. Adamson served in that position until the end of the Mitchel Administration on December 31, 1917.

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Great Atlanta Fire of 1917
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Great Atlanta Fire of 1917 began just after noon on Monday, May 21 and was finally extinguished by 10 PM. Destroyed were 300 acres (much of the Fourth Ward), including nearly 2,000 homes, businesses and churches, and 10,000 people were displaced. There was only one fatality, a woman who suffered a heart attack after her home burnt to the ground. Losses totalled $5.5 million. It was a clear, warm and sunny day with a brisk breeze from the south.

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Living Atlanta
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From the memories of everyday experience, 'Living Atlanta' vividly recreates life in the city during the three decades from World War I through World War II--a period in which a small, regional capital became a center of industry, education, finance, commerce, and travel. This profusely illustrated volume draws on nearly two hundred interviews with Atlanta residents who recall, in their own words, 'the way it was'--from segregated streetcars to college fraternity parties, from moonshine peddling to visiting performances by the Metropolitan Opera, from the growth of neighborhoods to religious revivals. The book is based on a celebrated public radio series that was broadcast in 1979-80 and hailed by Studs Terkel as 'an important, exciting project--a truly human portrait of a city of people.' 'Living Atlanta' presents a diverse array of voices--domestics and businessmen, teachers and factory workers, doctors and ballplayers. There are memories of the city when it wasn't quite a city: 'Back in those young days it was country in Atlanta,' musician Rosa Lee Carson reflects. 'It sure was. Why, you could even raise a cow out there in your yard.' There are eyewitness accounts of such major events as the Great Fire of 1917: 'The wind blowing that way, it was awful,' recalls fire fighter Hugh McDonald. 'There'd be a big board on fire, and the wind would carry that board, and it'd hit another house and start right up on that one. And it just kept spreading.' There are glimpses of the workday: 'It's a real job firing an engine, a darn hard job,' says railroad man J. R. Spratlin. 'I was using a scoop and there wasn't no eight hour haul then, there was twelve hours, sometimes sixteen.' And there are scenes of the city at play: 'Baseball was the popular sport,' remembers Arthur Leroy Idlett, who grew up in the Pittsburgh neighborhood. 'Everybody had teams. And people--you could put some kids out there playing baseball, and before you knew a thing, you got a crowd out there, watching kids play.' Organizing the book around such topics as transportation, health and religion, education, leisure, and politics, the authors provide a narrative commentary that places the diverse remembrances in social and historical context. Resurfacing throughout the book as a central theme are the memories of Jim Crow and the peculiarities of black-white relations. Accounts of Klan rallies, job and housing discrimination, and poll taxes are here, along with stories about the Commission on Interracial Cooperation, early black forays into local politics, and the role of the city's black colleges. Martin Luther King, Sr., historian Clarence Bacote, former police chief Herbert Jenkins, educator Benjamin Mays, and sociologist Arthur Raper are among those whose recollections are gathered here, but the majority of the voices are those of ordinary Atlantans, men and women who in these pages relive day-to-day experiences of a half-century ago.

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