Photography -- Georgia -- Atlanta
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents of the Records This collection contains aerial photographs produced to assist Adams-Cates Company in the development of commercial real estate in the metropolitan Atlanta area. Aerial views of the cities of Atlanta, College Park, Decatur, East Point, Forest Park, Gainesville, Hapeville, Lithonia, Marietta, Panthersville, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Stone Mountain, as well as dozens of images of unidentified areas in the metropolitan Atlanta region are contained in the collection. The photographs document the...
Scope and Content This collection contains the personal papers of Adolph Rosenberg, a reporter for the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Included are receipts, press cards, and membership cards of Zionist Organization of America, Y.M.C.A., Georgia Motor Club, Ballyhoo, and Atlanta Zionist District. Also included are play programs for events at the Penthouse, and Chastain Memorial Park. The collection includes documents of the Atlanta Jewish Community Council, Atlanta Camera Club, and World War II ration books. Also...
Scope and Content This collection is comprised of three scrapbooks that contain of newspaper clippings, photographs, and correspondence.
Dates: 1949-1951, undated
Scope and Content This collection is comprised of personal papers of Bessie Shaw Stafford. Included in the collection are photographs, newspaper clippings, and wedding book of Elizabeth (Bessie) Shaw and George R. Stafford.
Scope and Content This collection contains materials from the Atlanta Chapter, Joseph Habersham Chapter, Fielding Lewis Chapter, Sarah McIntosh Chapter, and the Baron DeKalb Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Included in the collection is scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, programs, and membership rosters. There are also DAR magazines and other ephemeral items.
Dates: 1898-1964, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains photographs, prints, and postcards collected by Dr. Amey Chappell. The images depict people in Atlanta, Georgia, or unidentified areas in Georgia. Included in the collection is one printed panorama view of the May 21, 1917 Atlanta Fire; one Currier and Ives lithograph depicting the capture of Atlanta during the Civil War; one postcard depicting the Tallulah Apartment at 87 Washington Street, circa 1905; one souvenir postcard booklet of Atlanta; and twelve photographs....
Scope and Content This collection contains original photographic prints, daguerreotypes, and negatives depicting members of Edith Cook's extended family. These materials include images of members of the Bell, Brockman, Cook, Collier, Dicks, Dolt, Hall, Harber, Ingram, Lowman, Owen, Potts, Thomas, Waldo, and Wilson families. There are also photographs of family residences in Georgia and Ohio and images related to Earl P. Cook, Jr.'s work with Southern Bell in Tennessee and Florida.
Dates: 1875-1989, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains a single scrapbook that contains newspaper clippings, photographs, invitations, and correspondence.
Dates: 1921-1931, undated
Scope and Contents of the Records The photographs in this collection relate to Atlanta author Medora Field Perkerson. The earliest images, a photograph from 1924, shows Ms. Perkerson seated in the center with other members of the Atlanta Journal Sunday Magazine, including Margaret Mitchell. Other photographs show Medora Field Perkerson seated with her mother reading Who Killed Aunt Maggie? in 1939; a photograph of her arrival at the 1940 premiere of the movie Who Killed Aunt Maggie? with her husband Angus Perkerson, and a...
Dates: circa 1924-1961
Scope and Content The images consist of photographs taken by Adams of outings of social clubs in Lenox Woods in Atlanta and Vinings, Georgia. The images are mounted in three loose scrapbooks. Of special interest are photographs taken for Miss Sallie Fannie Grant of the Everyday Tuesday Club at Vinings, in May 1887. Adams also captures some unidentified members of the Dixie Club at Vinings, in May 1889.
Scope and Content This collection contains photographs of the Summerhill neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia, including images of houses, advertisements, landscapes, stores and businesses, hotels, and construction areas. Of special note is a photograph of the Windsor Street Coca-Cola sign.
Scope and Content This collection is comprised of four scrapbooks that contain cards, newspaper clippings, and photographs. The majority of the materials pertain to Atlanta events.
Dates: 1884-1917, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains images from the Kuhn's Photography Studio, including photographs of both the Kuhns family and clients. Many of the images are identified, however most of the tintypes remain unidentified.
Dates: approximately 1860-1929
Scope and Content This collection documents the Atlanta urban environment, particularly during the 1950s and 1960s, through cityscapes, aerial views and scenes of individual buildings as the city underwent a period of building and growth. The arrival of the city's first professional sports team, the Atlanta Braves, is documented. Also included in the collection are scenes pertaining to Southern politics including local, state and presidential races. A wide variety of Georgia agriculture and industry is...
Scope and Content This collection contains photographs of Dixie Camera Club members and images of club members and their children modeling at Eskew Lake in Fairburn, Georgia, and Jackson Lake in Newton County.
Scope and Content This collection contains eleven letters from Tracy Mathewson to Sam Saltzman regarding various photos taken by Mathewson and other photographers. Mathewson sent photographs to Saltzman and described them in these letters. Mentioned are photos of Ty Cobb, Bobby Jones, the first Officers' Training Camp at Fort McPherson, German prisoners at Fort McPherson, and the 1917 graduating class of Georgia Tech. Mathewson also worked with Tracy O'Neal, an Atlanta photographer.
Scope and Content This collection is comprised of twenty-five photocopied pages from a scrapbook assembled by Daisy Arnold Maude, mother of Virginia Maude Eastman. The bulk of the material pertains to death notices and articles about family members.
Dates: 1855-1970, undated