This is how Augusta, Georgia looked in the 1920s.
And here's an aerial view from around the same time. If you look closely, you can see the memorial in the middle of Broad Street.
Bon Air Hotel sued Time Magazine for reporting that the hotel had declined into dishevelment.
Over the years it lost its appeal and became a retirement community. Now it serves as government subsidized apartments for seniors and people with disabilities.
Augusta Chronicle reported that a young man was shot there in what was believed to be a drug turf dispute. The arrested man also lived in the facility with his mother.
For more old postcard views of Augusta, be sure to look at Picturing Augusta, which features historic postcards from the collection of the East Central Georgia Library.