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    Snow covers Inman Park in the January 2011 surprise storm. Photo by Patty Murphy

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    Victorian homes on Edgewood Avenue, circa 1890.

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    Beautiful exterior woodwork on a restored Victorian. Photo by Picture This!

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    Just east of downtown Atlanta, Inman Park is well known for its gracious homes and mature tree canopy. Photo by Picture This!

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    A restored Victorian beauty on Euclid Avenue. Photo by Picture This!

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    Old Meets New | Inman Park Village Row Houses.  Photo by Picture This!

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    Proudly flying the Inman Park colors.  Photo by Picture This!

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    Welcome friends, family, fans, visitors, and residents.  Photo by Picture This!

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History Note

Samuel Martin Inman owned one of the largest cotton brokerage houses in the world and was labeled by Henry Grady as the "first citizen of Atlanta". He was a significant investor in Hurt's development company, the East Atlanta Land Company. Inman Park was named in his honor.
Naming of Inman Park

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