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Off The Beaten Path: President's Day At Booth Western Art Museum

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CARTERSVILLE, Ga. -

Every Monday, Good Day Atlanta's been going "off the beaten path" in search of unique Georgia attractions. And today, we're celebrating President's Day in one of them.

Cartersville's Booth Western Art Museum features an incredible collection of art devoted to the American West. But it also contains a very special gallery dedicated to our country's Commanders-In-Chief. The Carolyn & James Millar Presidential Gallery is a collection of hand-signed letters by every single President in American history. The letters -- all originals -- are on exhibit along with portraits of each man and some memorabilia.

Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken explored the gallery with a little help from his friends -- click on the video to take a look!

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