SpringHill Suites Atlanta Buford/Mall of Georgia
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... Blacklist. They advertised the making of a few new ones like The mysteries of Laura, their humour needs to be blatant and explained because they can't read between the lines. On arrival into Dallas, we arrived at the gate only to be told for the third time there is another delay. We are worried because our connecting leaves in 5 minutes at 12.50 pm. We gained an hour moving into another time zone. Andrew asked the air hostess if we could find out about our connecting. Unlike ...
... a few weeks ago and I was like “what…we have to go back? No. This is a once and done checked it off the bucket list kind of thing…and by bucket list I mean YOUR bucket list.” This trip was 100% for him and his loves and passions because that is what a “good wife” does for her husband. This was never “my thing”. It was his “thing”. I was merely a facilitator of the dream. ...
Buford - 365 Days!
6 July 1938
“Mrs. Johnnie Crescenti, Sr. entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Jeannette’s birthday.
After games were played Mrs. Crescenti and Mrs. George G. Power served the young people cake and cream. Among those present were Gloria Ann Hope, of Atlanta, Doris Bailey, Caroline ...
Buford - 365 Days!
With war raging on two fronts, The Buford Advertiser, wrote the following,
1 July 1943
The Buford Advertiser, writes, Civilian Respect to the Flag
1. Civilians, as well as soldiers, should salute when the flag is being raised or lowered or when it passes (uncased) in a parade.
...2. A man not in uniform salutes by removing his hat with his right hand and placing it over his heart while standing upright with heels ...
... two later a separate office building was built. The office was an attractive structure built with the company's logogram, the fish over a fire (shad-burn), emblazoned on the cornice."
In 1946, my mother and her family moved to Buford, so that my grandfather Buice could work for the railroad. They lived in a railroad section house, near the ...