Clothing & dress -- 1880-1890
Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection number: ahc.VIS310
Scope and Content The collection contains group portraits of actors from an unnamed play; Cohen's "Paris" store of dry goods and men's clothing in Athens, Georgia; and an image of identified as Virginia Sledge.
Dates: approximately 1880-1900, undated
Collection number: ahc.VIS244
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.
Collection number: ahc.VIS208
Scope and Content This collection contains cabinet cards collected by John W. Grant. Seventeen of the mounted photographs are of classmates of Grant's from the University of Georgia (1885-1888). These images include Eugene M. Mitchell (1885), Charles F. Rice (1886), and Lucian L. Knight (1886). Another image from Grant's college years shows group of debate students posed after a debate in 1884. Other images include a boy with a chihuahua and a view of a carriage with four horses and footmen outside a...
Dates: 1884-1888, undated
Collection number: ahc.VIS372
Scope and Content This collection contains photographs of the Peters family and their residence at the intersection of Ponce de Leon and Piedmont Avenues, as well as houses in their immediate area, including the Samuel M. Inman (1843-1915) home. Also included are photographs of the Peters family farm in Gordon County, Georgia, views of downtown Atlanta and Piedmont Park, and scenes from the 1895 Cotton States and International Exposition in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dates: Approximately 1880-1895
Collection number: ahc.VIS380
Scope and Content This collection contains portrait photographs of the Spalding and Foster families, including Sally Funkhouser's father, John Schaffner Spalding, Spalding Foundry Company president and deacon of Atlanta's Second Baptist Church. Of note is a portrait of her grandfather, Albert Theodore Spalding (1831-1921), who was deacon of the Second Baptist Church prior to John. Included are portraits of relatives and friends, such as Ellen Rinhoff, John Spalding's cousin, and Tom McGuire. There is also a...
Dates: approximately 1865-1895, undated