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Oakland Cemetery – Victorian Holiday – first weekend in December 2020, 18, 17 – Photos by Kelly Jordan

Oakland Cemetery Victorian Holiday December 2018 banner Atlanta A banner advertises the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia

Note: continuing a series about great Atlanta events that are changed or canceled in 2020, and will hopefully return to full form in 2021. Kelly

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A banner advertises the 2018 Oakland Cemetery Victorian Holiday event
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A sign advertises the Holiday Green Market during the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery
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Seen at the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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Wreaths and garlands decorate tombstones during the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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A close-up image of a wreath at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, GA
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Decorating wreaths and garlands for the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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Seen at the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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A costumed actor stands at the entry to the King mausoleum during the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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A costumed greeter stands at the entrance to the Dickey family mausoleum during the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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A costumed greeter stands at the entrance to Antoine Graves' mausoleum during the Victorian Holiday at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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A costumed greeter stands at the entrance to the Austell mausoleum during the Victorian Holiday at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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Seen at the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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Seen at the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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Seen at the 2017 Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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Seen at the 2017 Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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Decorated graves seen at the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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Seen at the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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The Gray mausoleum stands open during the Oakland Cemetery Victorian Holiday event.
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Seen at the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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A decorated mausoleum seen at the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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Seen at the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
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Decorated graves seen at the Victorian Holiday event at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia
Kelly Jordan

Kelly Jordan, who has lived in Atlanta since 1968, attended Emory University before he and partners revitalized Little Five Points into one of Atlanta's most eclectic retail districts. In recent years, Kelly has been leading the Arabia Mountain Heritage Area Alliance, and he has been active with a host of environmental organizations. Decades ago, Kelly wrote architectural criticism for a weekly Atlanta newspaper, and his interest in natural and built environments is readily apparent in the photos he has been taking for SaportaReport.

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