Centennial Store

To commemorate the occasion we are offering for purchase a number of unique items.

Pick up merchandise & lanterns at 46 Camden
April 23: 12-5PM
April 24: 12-3PM

Paper Lanterns for Lantern Festival

includes light with battery and stick

$5 includes tax.  MUST BE ASSEMBLED. String not included. Decorate at home with stickers.
We will contact you via email of merchandise location pick-up in BWH after April 1, 2022
LANTERN ORDERS MUST BE COMPLETED BY April 21, 2022

Limited Edition

Exclusive to Brookwood Hills Hook n Hide Bottle Opener and Belt Buckle

Limited edition and exclusive to BWH, a HookNHide handcrafted bottle opener & belt buckle in the shape of our beloved oak tree leaf with Brookwood Hills, Est. 1922 on back. Display on your bar or wear as your belt buckle. The collector piece will be numbered and is handmade from tumbaga, a blend of silver, gold and brass. Over time each buckle/bottle opener captures a unique colorful patina emulating the incredible details of the oak leaf. A portion of proceeds will be donated to Brookwood Hills Garden Club. (Belt strap not included but available for purchase at https://www.hooknhide.com/collections/belt-straps  
$115 includes tax. We will contact you via email of merchandise location pick-up in BWH after April 1, 2022
ALL ORDERS MUST BE COMPLETED BY MARCH 1, 2022

2022 BWH map on cotton rag paper with archival inks

Map

This Map is present day Brookwood Hills including a 1929 Plat of Brookwood Hills, Basis for Historical District.
19.2″ x 24″ cotton rag paper with archival inks.
$53 includes tax
ALL ORDERS MUST BE COMPLETED BY MARCH 1, 2022
We will contact you via email of merchandise location pick-up in BWH after April 1, 2022 but before April 29, 2022. 

Artistically Rendered Annotated Historical and Architectural BWH Map

This map is IN DEVELOPMENT for image is more of a placeholder for now – Annotated Artistically Rendered Historical and Architectural BWH Map Some of the historical points contributed by Betsy Crosby will be on the map.  The other map is of present day BWH including a 1929 plat and is available for purchase now.
18″ x 24″ cotton rag paper with archival inks.
$70 includes tax
ALL ORDERS MUST BE COMPLETED BY MARCH 1, 2022
We will contact you via email of merchandise location pick-up in BWH after April 1, 2022 but before April 29, 2022

Limited Edition

Centennial Logo Yeti 26oz Rambler with Chug Cap

Custom designed Yeti Rambler with Chug cap of 26 ounces. Large enough to chill a full bottle of wine. Dishwasher safe. $60 includes tax.
We will contact you via email of merchandise location pick-up in BWH after April 1, 2022 but before April 29, 2022. 
ALL ORDERS MUST BE COMPLETED BY MARCH 1, 2022

Limited Edition

Tshirts

Brookwood Hills Centennial Homecoming T – Shirt. Available in both Adult and Children sizes. $20 includes tax. We will contact you via email of merchandise location pick-up in BWH after April 1, 2022
ALL ORDERS MUST BE COMPLETED BY MARCH 1, 2022

Handcrafted Walnut and Maple Butcher Block

9″ x12″ Skylar Morgan handcrafted walnut and maple butcher block serving board.
$82 includes tax
ALL ORDERS MUST BE COMPLETED BY MARCH 1, 2022
We will contact you via email of merchandise location pick-up in BWH after April 1, 2022 but before April 29, 2022

Brookwood Hills (Images of America) Paperback

December 9, 2013 by Betsy Crosby (Author), Elaine Luxemburger (Author), Foreword by Ed Helms (Foreword)

Available on Amazon. Go to this link or search on Amazon.
https://www.amazon.com/Brookwood-Hills-Images-America-Crosby/dp/1467111228

When Benjamin Franklin Burdett and his son Arthur developed their streetcar suburb of Brookwood Hills in 1922, they chose land on the cusp of change, straddling the city and county line. The area, once populated by Native Americans, was the site of the opening shots of the bloody Battle of Peachtree Creek on July 20, 1864. Affluent homeowners in the early 20th century made this stretch of Peachtree Street, named “Brookwood” after society doyenne Emma Thompson’s country mansion, one of Atlanta’s most elegant neighborhoods. Today, Brookwood Hills, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, is a leafy enclave of 350 homes within the city of Atlanta. Visitors call it an urban oasis; to city planners, it is a premier example of traditional neighborhood design. To the generations of families who have grown up in its homes, played at its park and pool, joined its clubs, and fought its battles, Brookwood Hills is something much more–it is their hometown.