Series I: Collected materials, 1860-1995, undated
Scope and Contents
This series contains artwork, photographs, and maps related to the Civil War era collected by the DuBose family and fellow historian and artist, Wilbur G. Kurtz. Many of the drawings and paintings are done by Kurtz. There are original photographs of soldiers, officers, and civilians taken during and after the Civil War. The DuBose family, along with Wilbur G. Kurtz, spent decades researching the battles and military headquarters located around Georgia and throughout the South. The relics acquired were displayed in numerous exhibits and are now housed at Atlanta History Center.
- 1860-1995, undated
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open for research.
5,208 item(s) (1,808 black and white photographic prints, 744 color photographic prints, 722 negatives, 494 slides, 494 images, 359 maps, 205 drawings, 183 prints, 123 postcards, 30 diagrams, 18 lithographs, nine photo albums, nine glass plate negatives, eight paintings, one blueprint, and one booklet)
From the Collection: English