Morgan & Dillon

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Fourth National Bank building, about 1908

Morgan & Dillon was a major architectural firm of Atlanta, Georgia, USA. It later became Morgan, Dillon & Lewis.[1]

W.T. Downing worked for the firm and was its lead designer for the Healey Building. [2]

A number of its works are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and include (with variations in attribution):[3]

Other works include the Fourth National Bank of Atlanta, SW corner Peachtree and Marietta streets, Atlanta (part of the building survives as the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies)[4] and The Metropolitan, 22 Marietta Street, formerly Atlanta Federal Savings, prior to that the Third National Bank of Atlanta.

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  1. ^ Robert M. Craig (October 3, 2002). "A. Ten Eyck Brown (1878-1940)". New Georgia Encyclopedia.
  2. ^ Robert M. Craig. "A. Downing". New Georgia Encyclopedia.
  3. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. July 9, 2010.
  4. ^ Advertisement in Atlanta Constitution, January 31, 1904, p.8[dead link]