Built from 1902 to 1904 for Amos Rhodes, founder of Rhodes Furniture, Rhodes Hall boasts one of the most original Victorian interiors in Atlanta, and remains one of the finest examples of Romanesque Revival architecture in the state of Georgia. Designed by Willis F. Denny II, it is one of the few remaining Peachtree mansions, and also holds one of the most unique memorials to the Civil War in the form of 9 individual hand-painted glass windows that depict beginning, middle, and end scenes of the Confederacy, which stand prominent in the grand stair hall of the home.
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