Featured Interactions and Essays
A story about Charlie Gaines and Luke Morgan, a couple who frequented Manuel's Tavern from 1956 onward.
This immersive virtual environment allows you to move through Manuel's Tavern and interact with virtual objects.
Starting from a seat at the bar, navigate through this tour to experience the entirety of Manuel's Tavern via 360 degree panoramas of each room.
A story about Calvin Fluellen, the first African-American to graduate from the Grady School of Radiology.
Student Project from Robin Wharton's Rhetoric and Composition Senior Seminar class. See the original project here.
A creative interpretative essay by T. Joshua Ruby about the painting of a figure from the western United States.
A story about Sherry Elizabeth Lyons-Williams, a Manuel's Tavern regular and Atlanta police officer who was killed in the line of duty
"Yuengling, America's Oldest Brewery Since 1829" with neon letters and eagle standing on a beer keg. Early design of Dominator eagle.
This 360 video allows you to look around Manuel's Tavern while Ruth Dusseault speaks with owner Brian Maloof about the space.
A story about Bill Bailey, a long-time employee at Manuel's Tavern and the Big Star grocery store.
A story about a television broadcast using 3D glasses and a man known as the Sheriff of Shadyrest.
Ness Creighton's essay about the DeKalb Flying Corn Cob sign.