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Women’s Comfort Station Restoration Timelines: Oakland 1849 - Today

The Women’s Comfort Station is a small, single-room structure located near the Jewish Grounds at Oakland Cemetery. It was constructed in 1908 (along with a nearly identical men’s comfort station near Potter’s Field) as a restroom and place of refuge from rain or excessive sunlight. The Women’s Comfort Station has sat vacant for roughly 50 years, deteriorating from weather and neglect. After restoration, our hope is to turn the building into a revolving exhibit for panels about the history of Atlanta and Oakland.

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