World War, 1914-1918 -- Georgia -- Atlanta
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Correspondence, military service documents, and United States Army manuals form the bulk of this collection. The correspondence documents the service of an officer in the U.S. Army in the United States and France during World War I. The collection also contains copies of Army issued newspapers, The Stars and Stripes, The Hour Glass of the Seventh Division, and The Pontanezen Duckboard. Also...
Dates: 1905-1936, undated
Scope and Content This collection consists of newspaper clippings, letters, notes and other ephemera pertaining to the life and death of Joseph Brown Connally. The collection includes a letter notifying Connally of his election to the Governor’s Horse Guard in 1897, his commission certificate from the Georgia State Troops in 1902, special orders from the National Guard in 1913 and from Fort McPherson in 1917. It also contains notes and poems written about the life of Joseph Brown Connally, after his death in...
Scope and Contents of the Records This collection contains portraits of members of four generations of the Carlisle family of Atlanta, Georgia. Also included are photographs that depict activities such as sporting events and summer camp. Photographs of family members include James and Mary Carlisle, and two of their children, Isaac and Annie May. Among the identified photographs are images of the children of Isaac and Laura Carlisle; William Rhodes Carlisle, I. Reed Carlisle, and Harry B. Carlisle. Photographs of members of a...
Dates: circa 1870 – 1960, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains photographs and a drawing relating to Joseph E. Brown Connally. Included are nine photographs of Joseph Brown Connally and unidentified family members; a drawing of the S.S. Westernland; and five images of Connally's funeral on August 29, 1920. Of special note are two photographs of a post-World War I parade of Georgia troops marching down Peachtree Street and 2 images of Captain Connally in Nice, France, after the Armistice.
Dates: 1895-1920, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains photographs and postcards collected by Linda Bailey during her tenure at the Cincinnati Museum Center. Photographs include a birds' eye view of shops at Camp Jesup at Fort McPherson in Atlanta, Georgia, and other scenes of Camp Jesup German prisoners of war camp during World War I (WWI). Postcards include street views of the barracks in prison camp; prisoners lined up for daily count; prisoners cleaning camp grounds; and prisoners building camp and toys at Fort...
Dates: approximately 1918, undated
Scope and Contents of the Records This collection contains images of residential, commercial, and governmental property most likely built by the Mackle Construction Company in Atlanta, Chamblee, and Augusta, Georgia, and in South Carolina. The collection contains photographs of schools, hotels, apartments, stores, an office building, and a military base. Among the photographs of buildings in Atlanta are images of the J. P. Allen Building on Whitehall Street, the Cecil Hotel on Luckie Street, the F. J. Cooledge and Sons...
Scope and Content This collection contains images of Camp Wheeler, a United States Army camp in Macon, Georgia, and there are also images of Marietta National Military Cemetery, officers in military uniforms, army trucks and tents, and photographs of a group of soldiers that were taken mostly during WWI. Also included are photographs of downtown Atlanta, Union Station, Tuxedo Tobacco Company, Henry Grady Monument on Marietta Street, Boy's High School, and Keely's Department Store.
Dates: approximately 1910-1945, undated