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January 1, 1923 Civil Rights leader W. W. (Wesley Wallace) Law born, Savannah
February 0, 1923 WRAB is licensed in Savannah, GA
  City of Savannah, Georgia
February 2, 1923 Poet/writer James Dickey born, Atlanta (Piedmont Hospital), Georgia
  James Dickey
April 28, 1923 Earnest Woodruff becomes president of Coca-Cola
  Coca-Cola
May 18, 1923 Charles Lindbergh completes his first solo flight at Souther Field
  Sumter County, Georgia
  Sumter County, Georgia
June 14, 1923 "Fiddlin'" John Carson records "Little old Log Cabin"
  Fiddlin' John Carson
June 23, 1923 Carving begins on Stone Mountain
  Stone Mountain
  John Gutzon de la Mothe Borglum
June 27, 1923 Russell is nominated to become Speaker pro tem of the Georgia House of Representatives. He is elected unanimously.
  Richard B. Russell, Jr.
July 28, 1923 Dial telephone service begins in Atlanta
August 11, 1923 Camden County seat moved from St. Marys to Woodbine
  Camden County, Georgia
September 7, 1923 Mae Louise Suggs, one of the founders of the LPGA, born, Atlanta, Georgia
  Louise Suggs
September 9, 1923 Stadium at Ponce de Leon park burns, destroying most of the Atlanta Crackers uniforms.
  Atlanta, Georgia (1900-2000)
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