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Jacobs Pharmacy Company (Atlanta, Ga.)
Pharmacies

Coca-cola first served at the Marietta Street and Five Points store as a fountain drink. Established in 1884 on the corner of Peachtree and Marietta Streets. By 1910, there were 10 branches.

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