ATLANTA (AP) -- Emory University is opening an exhibit on the life of Coca-Cola Co. founder Robert W. Woodruff.
The exhibit at the university's library named for the business pioneer runs Thursday through March 25. It features photographs of Woodruff by photographer Jay B. Leviton, documents from his years at Coca-Cola and a collection of Woodruff's home movies from the 1920s to the 1960s.
The movies give rare glimpses of downtown Atlanta in the 1920s, including the Terminal train station. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
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