HOME | DOWNTOWN | HOUSES AND APARTMENTS | COMMERCIAL BLDGS. | MISCELLANEOUS LOCATIONS | LINKS | NEXT PHOTOThe Druid Hills neighborhood was the brainchild of Joel Hurt, who was also responsible for the design and development of Inman Park. Hurt hired Frederick Law Olmsted to design Druid Hills, a 1500 acre plot of large homes located on sizable plots that opened in 1908, and Olmstead subsequently turned the job over to his sons. I confess that I don't know precisely where this location is, but my hope is that someone sharper than I am will clue me in. This postcard appears here courtesy of the Boston Public Library, who posted it on their Flickr account.
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