Friday, December 17, 2010

Atlanta as a small town


Hitchhiking was once a very honorable way to get to where you were going. In the early 1960s, it was very common to see people on the side of the road with their thumbs out. While you might get the occasional derelict, a lot of times it was kids like us, soldiers, or people that just didn’t have a car...

“Atlanta as a Small Town: Stories of Growing Up Southern”.
©2007, William J. Brotherton


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