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Author: Celestine Sibley
ISBN: 0934601046
Subcategory: Americas
Pages 171 pages
Publisher Peachtree Publishers (1986)
Language English
Category: History
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Celestine Sibley (May 23, 1917 – August 15, 1999) was an American journalist and author based in Atlanta. Sibley was born in Holley, Florida. A friend of Margaret Mitchell in the 1940s, she wrote for the Atlanta Constitution from 1941 to 1999. According to the New Georgia Encyclopedia, "Sibley was one of the most popular and long-running columnists for the Constitution, and her well-written and poignant essays on Southern culture made her an icon in the South.

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Peachtree Street, U. S. A. by Celestine Sibley.

Celestine Sibley was an American journalist and author based in Atlanta. A Personal Look at Atlanta and Its History, Peachtree Publishers, 1994. She wrote 25 books, both nonfiction and fiction, including mystery novels. lt;/p

Celestine Sibley was an American journalist and author. She was one of the most popular and long-running columnists for the Constitution. Throughout the years she continued writing her column though, published Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. In addition, Sibley wrote several mystery novels including The Malignant Heart and the Kate Mulcay (some sources say ‘Kincaid’) mystery series which focused on a newspaper reporter/detective featured in the books Ah, Sweet Mystery, Dire Happenings at Scratch Ankle and Spider in the Sink. Sibley chronicled life in the South after World War II through the Civil Rights movement and the end of the 1990s.

Peachtree Street, . An Affectionate Portrait of Atlanta, Doubleday, 1963, published as Peachtree Street, .

Celestine Sibley (Born May 23, 1917, in Holly, Florida, and died on August 15, 1999, on Dog Island, Florida) was an American journalist and author based in Atlanta. Peachtree Street, . A Personal Look at Atlanta and Its History, Peachtree Publishers (Atlanta), 1994. Christmas in Georgia, Doubleday, 1964. A Place Called Sweet Apple, Doubleday, 1967. An Affectionate Portrait of Atlanta. By (author) Celestine Sibley, Illustrated by Kenneth Rogers.

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Originally published in 1963, this copy has been revised to include architectural landmarks, heroes, and events that have shaped the years since 1963 to bring her fond portrait of Atlanta up to the present (as of 1986). Taking as the heart of her book, the street that makes the city beat, the author recounts portions of Atlanta's history that distinguish it as one of the commercial and cultural centers of the South. From her impeccable prose, we learn about some of the city's more illustrious inhabitants: Henry Grady, William Hartsfield, Ralph McGill, Margaret Mitchell, Bobby Jones, Martin Luther King, Jr. Ted Turner, and the corporation that has become virtually synonymous with its mother city - Coco-Cola.