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Access Points 2: Can you guess what and where this is?

Can you guess what and where this is for the Access Points game? Jamie Gumbrecht/AJC

What is this? And where is it? Those are the questions for this week’s Access Points game. (UPDATE 8/6: Want to know the answer? Here it is.)

As always, it’s one point around metro Atlanta with a good story behind it. If you’ve got an idea of what it is and where to find it, share in the comments, or on Twitter @insideaccess! I’ll reveal the answer at 4 p.m. Thursday, and tell the story behind it.

You were quick with last week’s inaugural Access Point, so quick that I’m cutting out the bonus image. Still, this shouldn’t be hard for kids and adults who have visited the venue — you may even have heard the story already.

I hope you’ll check back tomorrow. As always, we’ll learn something and hopefully find a new place to explore.

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August 6th, 2009
3:05 pm

It’s Mayor Shirley Franklin at a city council meeting – LOL THAT IS TOO FUNNY!!!


August 6th, 2009
3:01 pm

Is it part of the art exhibit in the State Dept of Agriculture building?

chuck allison

August 6th, 2009
2:59 pm

Aunt Fanny’s kitchen off Spring Road near Smyrna.


August 6th, 2009
1:21 pm

Since the Black Arts festival was in-town this past weekend, I am guessing it is art work or an artifact being displayed at one of the venues.

Needabailout, too!

August 5th, 2009
8:57 pm

It’s an antique child’s doll, currently being displayed at Tavis Smiley’s Black History exhibit at the Civic Center.


August 5th, 2009
7:33 pm

That looks part of an art exhibit of southern culture during Jim Crow that can be found at the High Museum of Art.


August 5th, 2009
5:01 pm

Is it from the Wren’s Nest? Looks like the thing that holds the pieces of string that had to be undone as punishment. Don’t remember the full story – is that right?


August 5th, 2009
4:49 pm

Maybe an entry to the Black arts festival?

Kitty Boo

August 5th, 2009
4:17 pm

It’s Mayor Shirley Franklin at a city council meeting.