During the first decades of the 20th century Atlanta experienced a period of unprecedented growth in three decades' time Atlanta's population tripled as the city limits expanded to include nearby streetcar suburbs the city's skyline emerged with the construction of the Equitable Flatiron Empire and Candler buildings; and Sweet Auburn emerged as a center of black commerce the period was also marked by strife and tragedy Increased racial tensions led to the Atlanta Race Riot of 1906 which left at least 27 people dead and over 70 injured in 1913 Leo Frank a Jewish-American factory superintendent was convicted of the murder of a 13-year-old girl in a highly publicized trial He was hanged in Marietta by a lynch mob in 1915 after having his death sentence commuted an event which deeply impacted the Jewish community in Atlanta and across the country on May 21 1917 the Great Atlanta Fire destroyed 1,938 buildings in what is now the Old Fourth Ward resulting in one fatality and the displacement of 10,000 people. .
5 Logos 4 References From 1992 to 1996 Atlanta was home to the short-lived Atlanta Knights an International Hockey League team Their inaugural season was excellent for a new team and was only bested by their sophomore season in which they won the championship Turner Cup in 1996 they moved to Quebec City Quebec and became the Quebec Rafales; A person wearing a costume which resembles a yellowjacket including a black shirt with yellow interlocking G-T logo spins a dial on a wooden gymnasium floor. Benin (5) Afghanistan (1), Ethiopia (18), Suriname (7) Georgia Tech's Music Department was established as part of the school's General College in 1963 under the leadership of Ben Logan Sisk in 1976 the Music Department was assigned to the College of Sciences & Liberal Studies and in 1991 it was relocated to its current home in the College of Design in 2009 it was reorganized into the School of Music the Georgia Tech Glee Club founded in 1906 is one of the oldest student organizations on campus and still operates today as part of the School of Music the Glee Club was among the first collegiate choral groups to release a recording of their songs the group has toured extensively and appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show twice providing worldwide exposure to "Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech" Today the modern Glee Club performs dozens of times each semester for many different events including official Georgia Tech ceremonies banquets and sporting events it consists of 50 to 70 members and requires no audition or previous choral experience. * Host nation (United States). Bartow (205/sq mi) Atlanta Georgia business directory 12.2 Primary sources 1 History Beginning of the 20th century Promenade II 4 Uniforms 36/2 Map of Georgia's counties depicting the median income as of 2014. After various name changes the team eventually began operating as the Boston Braves which lasted for most of the first half of the 20th century Then in 1953 the team moved to Milwaukee Wisconsin and became the Milwaukee Braves followed by the final move to Atlanta in 1966 the team's tenure in Atlanta is noted for Hank Aaron breaking Babe Ruth's career home run record in 1974!