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Photojournalism -- Georgia -- Atlanta

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Francis E. Price photograph collection

Collection number: ahc.VIS2
Scope and Content This collection includes photographs of people, places, and events taken by Atlanta Constitution photographer Francis E. price. Most of the images were probably produced for news stories in the newspaper. Included are photographs of President Theodore Roosevelt; Democratic party leader William Jennings Bryan; Georgia Poet Laureate and Atlanta Constitution columnist Frank L. Stanton; Atlanta...
Dates: 1906-1928, undated

John Baeder Summerhill neighborhood photographs

Collection number: ahc.VIS270
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.

Dates: 1963

Marion Johnson photographs

Collection number: ahc.VIS33
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...
Dates: 1938-1975

Tracy Mathewson and Walter Winn photographs

Collection number: ahc.VIS430
Scope and Contents This collection contains images of infantry training and facilities at Camp Gordon in DeKalb County, Georgia, during World War I. Other highlights include sports figures, such as Georgia-born baseball players Ty Cobb, Absalom and Ivey Wingo, and John Rucker. Also included are images of an African American baptisimal ceremony in Jonesboro, Georgia, and portraits of Moina Bell Michael, a professor at Lucy Cobb Institute in Athens, who conceived of the idea of using poppies to commemorate World...
Dates: 1861-approximately 1940s