Some of the things you can see when visiting the EPHS.

This in not a complete list of what we have at our Museum and Archive, but it will give you an idea.

Photographs from all era's of East Point History 1800's through to present. People, Railroad, City Government, High School, Recreation, Cemetery, Homes, World War II Veterans, VFW, Elks Club,Business, Club and Civic, families and family albums, Fire Dept. Police Dept, Churches, African America, Pioneers and more. (Including our mammoth 1950's East Point Swimming pool full wall photo, black and white that was hand colorized by the late B.H. Orr.)

Vintage city maps from 1800's through the 1900's. Sanborn Fire Insurance maps of homes, business and various East Point buildings and locations. Late 30's and 1940's.

High School Memorabilia.
All years of Russell and Briarwood, Most of Headland (not complete.)
Files on High Schools. Russell Wildcat Newspapers. Russell class directories, Russell High School Alumni association Files. Much more.

Limited albums from Harris St. Central Park, Dodson Dr. Elementary schools.
School files.

Files and archives on anything imaginable about East Point. Including family files, city, recreation, clubs ect.

Hillcrest Cemetery burial records and cemetery plotting maps.
Mount Olive Baptist Church Cemetery rolls/Transcription.
Cemetery information on all smaller family, pioneer cemeteries.
All above with a cemetery historian available to help.

Pre 1960's 3 digit street numbering system that mirrors current 4 digit numbering system.

Written city history's by Thompson, Larcom, Mason and Thesis projects by Dodd, Flagg and others.

City Council minutes from 1909 to the 1970's.

Suburban reporter Newspapers on Micro film, hard copy and transcribed binders.

Memorabilia, artifacts and more.

Again, this is the tip of the iceberg.