Other Resources


The Afro-American, July 15, 1905

Carrie Steele Logan, The Social Welfare History Project

Carrie Steele-Logan, Georgia Women of Achievement

Carrie Steele-Logan, New Georgia Encyclopedia

Carrie Steele-Logan, AfriGeneas Genealogy and History Forum

Carrie Steele-Logan, Wander For Life

Ollivette Eugenia Smith Allison, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Ollivette Eugenia Smith Allison Obituary, June 4, 2010

Ollivette Eugenia Smith Allison, A State Resolution



Oakland Cemetery African American History Tour

Cast Bronze Relief Sculpture of Carrie Steele Logan, by Brian R Owens

Public Art Archive, Sculpture of Carrie Steele Logan



To Build Our Lives Together: Community Formation in Black Atlanta, 1875-1906

Historic Oakland Cemetery of Atlanta: Speaking Stones

Herman Skip Mason, African-American Life in DeKalb County 1823-1970

Atlanta History Center, Atlanta Child’s Home and Child Service Association Papers

E. R. Carter, The Black Side: A Partial History of the Business, Religious, and Educational Side of the Negro in Atlanta, Georgia (Atlanta: n.p., 1894).

Jennifer Ffrench-Parker, “Atlanta Home for Children in Need Is a Place of Love,” Atlanta Constitution, December 25, 1997.

Gussie Mims Logan, “The Carrie Steele Orphanage,” The Voice of the Negro (November 1904).

Ronald Roach, “For 100 Years, Orphanage Has Been Home to 20,000,” Atlanta Journal, Intown Extra, June 2, 1988.



Message from Rebuilding Together Atlanta, Executive Director

Community Service Day, Denine Rogers, RN, LD

Glenwood Park Residents Wrap Gifts for the Carrie Steele Pitts Home

Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild, Hoop Dreams

Hosea Feed the Hungry to Bring More Than 100 Underprivileged Children to Global Winter Wonderland

Rebuilding Together, CNA, Construction Assoc’s Deliver Critical Renovations to Celebrate 123rd Anniversary of Atlanta Youth Home