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  1. This is a great class exhibit and I learned so much more about the 1910s in Atlanta! So different, and so the same.

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  2. Sorry I couldn’t make it to the actual in-person exhibit. Either way, you guys did a really good job on it, especially considering it’s all online.

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  3. I enjoyed being able to see all the visual elements presented in this exhibit, from the main time line to the maps of Atlanta and Georgia Tech’s images. I though it was a great exhibit, passing it to an online doesn’t seem like a limit, and it was very informative, it was interesting to learn about Atlanta’s story.

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  4. Great job! I wish I could have seen this in person, but the online version worked so smoothly that I did not feel that I was missing anything. I learned so much about Atlanta’s history, and I am so impressed that the organization and flow of information was so similar to that of a museum.

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  5. It’s interesting reading this virtual record of the exhibit. However, I think it would be better if the photos and screenshot of newspaper could be clearer. It’s really hard for me to read those words on the newspaper and photos.

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  6. I wish I could have attended this in person, this is an incredible job and was very interesting to read about. Congratulations !

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  7. I already wished that I could have attended the exhibit in person, but after seeing how interesting the online version is, I now unquestionably wish I could have seen it in person. It was fascinating reading about how Georgia Tech students from the 1910s clashed with the police. Fantastic job!

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  8. It was so crazy to see that they were wearing masks at the GT game in the middle of the flu pandemic. It’s so ironic, considering I did the exact same thing yesterday at the Braves game, 103 years after that photo in the exhibit was taken! I really liked the overall presentation. It was really informative and genuinely interesting.

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  9. Very interesting online exhibit but it is unfortunatly I could not join the exhibit in person. Those things about Atlanta really increase my understanding of Atlanta.So great!

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  10. Very interesting online exhibit but it is unfortunatly I could not join the exhibit in person. Those things about Atlanta really increase my understanding of Atlanta.So great!

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