|Statement||Gary M. Pomerantz.|
|LC Classifications||F294.A853 A28 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||656 p. :|
|Number of Pages||656|
|LC Control Number||96010399|
Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn: A Saga of Race and Family The Intersection of Peachtree Street, historically the residential and commercial street of Atlanta's white elite, and Sweet Auburn Avenue, the spiritual main street of Atlanta's community, mirrors the often separate but mutually dependent worlds of whites and blacks in this Southern city. WHERE PEACHTREE MEETS SWEET AUBURN: The Saga of Two Families and the Making of Atlanta. Just in time for the summer Olympics—a finely drawn, epic history of Atlanta and of two families, one white, 5/5(1). 33 rows The contrast between these streets hearkens to a time when boundaries were /5(). Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn: The Saga of Two Families and the Making of Atlanta Gary M. Pomerantz, Author Scribner Book Company $ (p) ISBN More By and About This.
"Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn," a multigenerational biography of Atlanta and its racial conscience, was named a Notable Book of the Year by the "New York Times," "Nine Minutes, Twenty 5/5(1). Buy a cheap copy of Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn: A book by Gary M. Pomerantz. In Atlanta, a city hyped during the Olympics as the South's most progressive city, Peachtree Street is the main commercial avenue of Cited by: A very interesting book. Well-researched and lots of references that provided additional information. Since I live near Atlanta, I plan to do a "where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn" road trip to see some of the locations described in the book/5(33). In a sense, WHERE PEACHTREE MEETS SWEET AUBURN is a history with a happy ending, for each family provided Atlanta with a mayor who served his .
Maynard Jackson III and Wendy Eley Jackson have optioned the book, "Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn: The Saga of Two Families and the Making of Atlanta," written by Gary Pomerantz. Auburn Avenue Films, owned and operated by the Jackson team, is developing the story for a television series. Maynard Jackson III & Wendy Eley Jackson. Gary M. Pomerantz is an author and journalist and serves as a visiting lecturer in the Department of Communication at Stanford first book, Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn, was named a Notable Book of the Year by The New York also earned acclaim for Nine Minutes; Twenty Seconds; and Wilt, A graduate of the University of California, /5(28). Desegregration in the 's furthered an exodus of people and energy from the area, leaving the street somewhat depopulated as it is today. A passage from Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn by Gary Pomerantz pages , describes Auburn Avenue between and , through the viewpoint of "Mayor" John Wesley Dobbs (also called "The Grand"). Peachtree And Sweet Auburn Host Liane Hansen speaks to Gary Pomerantz, a ournalsit and Los Angeles native who moved to Atlanta. After years of research, omerantz has .