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The Women's Comfort Station
The Women’s Comfort Station is a single-room structure located near the Jewish Grounds at Oakland Cemetery. It was constructed in 1908 as a restroom and place of refuge from rain or excessive sunlight.
It has sat vacant for roughly 50 years, deteriorating from weather and neglect. What’s more, in 2010 a large tree fell and destroyed the roof.
A temporary roof was installed but was not meant to be more than a quick fix. This building is barely hanging on. It is one of the highest priority items on Oakland's grounds.
What it lacks in size, the women's comfort station makes up for in character. The interior features mosaic tile floors, glazed tile walls, sea green plaster, and marble stall partitions. The interior boasts a flat roof with stone parapets as well as a false “pent roof” covered in pressed tin tiles. This building is architecturally valuable not only to Oakland but also to Atlanta. No other comfort stations were known to have existed prior to those built at Oakland. And today, there are no known buildings like this one in the City.
Our hope is to turn the building into a revolving exhibit for panels about the history of Atlanta and Oakland that can also be used intermittently by schools, museum groups, and artists.
A project like this requires a massive amount of time and funding. We will reconstruct the roof, replace most wood elements with exact replicas, rebuild brick and stone elements, and extensively rehabilitate the deteriorated interior elements. If you are interested in helping the HOF save this little treasure of a building please donate now.
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