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School children -- Georgia -- Atlanta

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Daniel O. Dougherty, Jr.'s photographs of Atlanta public schools

 Collection
Collection number: ahc.VIS300
Scope and Content This collection contains images of class photographs from early Atlanta schools, including Calhoun Street School; Calhoun School; Hunter's School for Boys; and Ivy Street School.
Dates: approximately 1881-1904, undated

Druid Hills Elementary Photograph Collection

 Collection
Collection number: ahc.VIS133
Scope and Contents of the Records The photographs in this collection depict activities in Druid Hills Elementary School. The young children from Miss Comfort’s class at Druid Hills Elementary are shown learning in the classroom and outdoors, eating lunch in the cafeteria, and taking naps on the classroom floor. The photographs were taken by a photographer from Reeves Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dates: 1935–1936

Frances Scarratt McDaniel photographs

 Collection
Collection number: ahc.VIS356
Scope and Content This collection contains images of the Scarratt family, including Charles F. Scarratt, Jr., John Balsios Scarratt, and Edith H. Scarratt, along with photographs of their family businesses. Included are images of employees of the Scarratt Garage; men viewing boats at the Scarratt Boat Company; and images of the family's garage truck. Of special note are images of family members in class photographs at Ivy Street School, North Avenue Presbyterian School, and Highland Elementary School in Atlanta.
Dates: approximately 1890-1960, undated

Photographs of substandard housing

 Collection
Collection number: ahc.VIS284
Scope and Content This collection contains images of substandard housing and living conditions in the southwestern areas of Atlanta, Georgia, including Stewart Avenue (later named Metropolitan Parkway); Battle Hill neighborhood (later named Westview neighborhood); Vine City neighborhood; and Philadelphia Avenue. The slides feature images of residential homes, children playing, and physically deteriorating landscapes heavily populated with trash and other discarded materials.
Dates: approximately 1950-1968, undated