Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
This collection is comprised of images of the early development of Ansley Park in Atlanta, Georgia. The photographs were taken by an unidentified photographer. Mr. Solon Zachery Ruff, who was the development’s civil engineer, can be seen, along with images of the home of Amos Rhodes (now Rhodes Hall). Mr Ruff is identified as “papa” on some of the images. One of the images is of an auction of lots in Ansley Park.
This collection contains images of the Benning family and the construction of the English-American (Flatiron) Building in Atlanta, Georgia.
This collection contains images of members of the Bomar and Killian family and their close friends. It also contains images of Atlanta street scenes from the early 19th and mid 20th centuries.
This collection contains photographs of an army encampment or reunion (memorial) at Chickamauga which includes images of cavalry camps and tents. Photographs also depict monuments to Wisconsin cavalry and Tennessee cavalry units. Of note are images of African American regiments.
This collection contains images of Dorothy Orr and her family. Also included are photographs of students from the Ira Street School on an outing. Most photos were taken in Atlanta, Georgia, with many photos taken on Stone Mountain.
This collection contains images of Harriet Elizabeth Brown's family and friends horseback riding, swimming, playing tennis, and shooting rifles. Also included are photographs of a ship voyage to Panama.
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.