Peachtree Papers Magazine
With a circulation of over 7,000, Peachtree Papers is a major public relations tool of the Junior League of Atlanta, Inc., informing both the membership and the general public of the extensive community work of The League. The purpose of this magazine is to inform, educate, entertain, recruit and create a sense of unity within The Junior League of Atlanta.
In 1933, The Cotton Blossom, predecessor to the Peachtree Papers, was first published as a simple black and white publication. Today, Peachtree Papers is a four-color, 48-60 page quarterly magazine with features on placements and partnerships, fundraisers, recipes from the Junior League of Atlanta ’s cookbooks, updates on League events and business, profiles on members, and other articles of interest. The Papers' committee typically consists of 12 Junior League of Atlanta members who write, edit all of the content, gather photographs from various League events, and work closely with an external graphic designer and publishing company.
Production begins approximately three months ahead of printing and is published in September, December, March and May.
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