About Morrow, GA
Morrow is a city in Clayton County, Georgia which was founded in 1846. Originally a small railway stop between Jonesboro and Atlanta, it was incorporated as a city in 1943. Although it has less than 7,000 residents, Morrow is a home to a lot of great facilities such as Clayton State University, Southeast Region Branch of the U.S. Archives, The main campus of the Georgia Archives, Reynolds Nature Preserve, Spivey Hall, a world-renowned acoustically stunning performance facility, and many more. Olde Town Morrow is a unique place for shopping, dining, and entertainment.
This city has a perfect blend of history and heritage and diverse ethnicity.