Above the carved mahogany staircase in the historic , are a series of painted glass windows that depict the rise and fall of the Confederacy.
Learn more about the faces and images in the windows during a free lecture at Rhodes Hall Thursday night at 6:30 p.m. Gordon Jones, senior military historian and curator with the Atlanta History Center, will lead the lecture.
Attendees can tour Rhodes Hall after the talk.
Rhodes Hall, located at 1516 Peachtree Street in Midtown, was constructed in the early 1900s by Amos Giles Rhodes, the founder of Rhodes Furniture Company. The painted glass windows were created by Von Gerichten Art Glass Company, winners of four gold medals at the St. Louis Exposition in 1904.