The names/entities found on the plaque (in order used in the puzzle) are:
FIRST AMERICAN BANK & TRUST CO
COLENOL & MRS MERRITT B POUND JR
J RIDLEY HOWARD
DR & MRS A PAUL KELLER JR
CAPTAIN & MRS LEONARD J SAPERA
H RANDOLPH & CLEMENTI HOLDER
THOMAS W DARBY
JOHN M COMOLLI
ED & KAREN KASSINGER
JUDGE STEVE JONES
When the plaque names are inputted into the empty boxes, the bold column reads TAKE SIDEWALK NORTH TO HANCOCK AVE.
The plaque text needed is, “This double-barrelled cannon was designed by JOHN GILLELAND of Athens and was cast at the Athens Foundry during THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES.”
When numbered letters are transferred, the solution will read GO NORTHWEST TO THE BELL ACROSS THE STREET.
The maze solution reads TRAVEL WEST TO THE NEXT INTERSECTION.
The image found in the connect-the-dot is an old sign that reads Rexall. The actual sign can be found when traveling south on Lumpkin Street.
When the page corners are properly folded, the secret message reads WALK WEST ACROSS LUMPKIN STREET TO THE GEORGIA THEATRE. YOU CAN’T MISS IT.
The street number of Georgia Theatre is 215. The matching instructions (one for each number) are: TRAVEL EAST. LOOK FOR STORE SIGN. AT 197 CLAYTON STREET.
The business name is WUXTRY and the vertical text is SINCE 1976. The solution to the code of coordinates is WALK EAST TO STREET NUMBER TWO TWO NINE.
The name on the building’s stone is STERN. Using those letters the solution to the numeric code is TRAVEL EAST. CROSS THOMAS STREET AND FIND “THE NEWS BUILDING” TO THE RIGHT.
The words in the diamonds are CLEVELAND and PLAZA. Below are the steps to change that text into the next location found nearby to the north.
10) ATHENA STATUE
The words found on the statue that need to be searched are: ATHENA, WISDOM, LEARNING, ATHLETICS, and ARTS. When the five words have been circled, the remaining letters spell TAKE WASHINGTON ST WEST TO JACKSON INTERSECTION.
The Clerk of Inferior Court on the Courthouse plaque is GABRIEL (Hubert). When those letters are connected in the puzzle, the path intersects with the solution FOLLOW SIDEWALK WEST TO EPPS AVIATION STATUE. You will pass your starting point to find it.
The following plane descriptions are to be inputted into the blank boxes.
Top plane: BEN T EPPS MONOPLANE 1907 BUILT IN HIS SHOP ACROSS THE STREET
Bottom plane: BEN T EPP LIGHT MONOPLANE 1924
The numbered letters will then be used to spell the solution GO TO HISTORICAL MARKER ACROSS STREET AT 120 WASHINGTON ST.
The historical marker text used in the puzzle is:
THE FATHER OF GEORGIA AVIATION
FIFTEEN-HORSEPOWER FRENCH ANZANI ENGINE
When the test is inputted into the empty boxes, the bold column reads HOT CORNER.