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In November of 2019 I went with my mother to visit her sister in Atlanta for a few days; my first time there since I was a kid. In addition to the family time, we got to see some cool things, including the Carter Center, the Aquarium, and the National Center for Human and Civil Rights.
This first set is from the Carter Presidential Center
Here we see the entrance to the Carter Presidential Center, dedicated to the man who will likely go down as having the greatest post-Presidency of all.
A display on Carter’s childhood years and influences.
The Carters’ wedding outfits.
Some bits from Carter’s governorship of Georgia, when he was seen by the press as one of a new breed of Democrats.
The Carter Campaign was one of the first to embrace Rock music; here we see a flyer for an benefit concert featuring the Allman Brothers.
Here we see a replica of the Carter Oval Office
A copy of the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty of 1978.
Carter’s Nobel Peace Prize.