Fashion -- History -- 19th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection number: ahc.MSS5
Scope and Content These papers consist of fashion plates depicting female fashions; tracings of fashion drawings made by Ms. Anderson while a student; biographical information on William Patrick Anderson; and correspondence with author Margaret Mitchell regarding a Japanese translated version of Gone With the Wind.
Collection number: ahc.VIS303
Scope and Content This collection consists of portrait images of Fawcett and Parramore family members, including William E. Parramore; John Robert Parramore; Sophronia Elizabeth Parramore; Lena Beall Parramore; and Frank Harris. Also included is an interior view of Ben H. Harris' home in Columbus, Georgia.
Dates: 1880-1904, undated
Collection number: ahc.VIS209
Scope and Content This collection contains photographs, albumen prints, notecards, and a platinotype collected by Governor Slaton and his wife. Images include portraits of Howell Cobb, Cary B. Wilmer, Julia King (Mrs. Henry) Grady, and James W. English, Jr. Other images include Marechal Foch and Charles Loridaus of France and Thomas Whipple Connally. There is a view of Mrs. John Marshall Slaton in the attire she wore when presented at the court of King George V and Queen Mary. There are portraits of four...
Dates: 1887, 1921-1930, undated
Collection number: ahc.MSS1128
Scope and Content This collection consists of correspondence, news clippings, research materials, manuscripts, records, and other documents from Sally F. White's work with various public service organizations. The bulk consists of material regarding White's work with the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG) as well as other archival material from the 1996 Olympics and Paralympics. The collection also contains documents created by the Atlanta Fashion Group during the United States Bicentennial in 1976,...
Dates: 1949-2010, undated
Collection number: ahc.MSS156
Scope and Content The collection is primarily a series of correspondence and documents relating to William McNaught’s business interests; and a limited collection of personal correspondence between family members. The business records document ordinary business activities as well as the effects of the Civil War on his commerce. Several letters document the difficulties collecting funds from debtors after the Civil War. During the Civil War William McNaught with a group of investors formed the Fulton Exporting...