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Zenas Sears, WGST Radio personality, promoting "20 Grand Cream Ale," for the Gate City Beverage Company, 350 Marietta Street, Atlanta, Georgia, October 10, 1951

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Creator: Lane Brothers Commercial Photographers (Atlanta, Ga.)
Jackson, Charles D.
Gate City Beverage Company (Atlanta, Ga.)
Title: Zenas Sears, WGST Radio personality, promoting "20 Grand Cream Ale," for the Gate City Beverage Company, 350 Marietta Street, Atlanta, Georgia, October 10, 1951
Date: 1951 Oct. 10
Description: Local identification number: LBCB055-042a

Envelope description: "Gate City Beautiful Company; 350 Marietta Street; Zenith Sears." 1951 Lane Brothers Assignment Book (p. 374) gives photographer as Charles Jackson: "Gate City Beverage Company, attention Robert Burl; 2 photos, stores and 20 Grand Ale, 350 Marietta Street, by Zenas Sears, W.G.S.T."

Subjects: Broadcasting--Georgia--Atlanta | Beer | Alcoholic beverages | Atlanta (Ga.) | Fulton County (Ga.)
Contributors: Georgia State University. Libraries. Special Collections
Online Publisher: Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library
Original Material: Lane Brothers Commercial Photographers Photographic Collection, 1920-1976
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LBCB055-042a, Lane Brothers Commercial Photographers Photographic Collection, 1920-1976. Photographic Collection, Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library.

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Related Institutions: Georgia State University. Libraries. Special Collections
Collection Information: Lane Brothers Commercial Photographers Photographic Collection, 1920-1976