From the Vault
Atlanta Inquirer Historical Tribute to John Lewis
Atlanta Inquirer Historical Tribute to John Lewis From The Atlanta Inquirer Vault From The Atlanta Inquirer newspaper • November 24, 1962 • Page 9 : Members of the staff and Executive Committee of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) cluster around a 1963 Buick station wagon which was presented to the anti-segregation...
Lena Horne Comes Home
Reprint from the 04/30/1983 edition of The Atlanta Inquirer newspaper:
In April 1983, Lena Horne, while performing in Atlanta, visited her ‘roots.’ Lena attended Washington High School and the present site of The Atlanta Inquirer office. The Atlanta Inquirer building used to be where Lena Horne once lived. She beams with a...
Hello! Thank you so much for visiting our Digital Archives page.
The Atlanta Inquirer family is excited that we are celebrating our 60th year of publishing in year 2020.
As we plan to have an ongoing celebration throughout the year – both online and print, we have been working to digitally archive all of our historical editions / issues, photos and videos. At left on this webpage, you may select and view various archived issues.
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