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Tintypes

 Subject
Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Alex P. Gaines photograph collection

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS18
Scope and Content This collection consists or unidentified subjects. Some sitters appear in more than one image, but there is no known family history associated with the collection.
Dates: 1840-1870, undated

Benjamin J. Wilson Photograph and Map Collection

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS142
Scope and Contents of the Records This collection of photographs consist of three generations of Wilson family members, including the images of grandchildren: Caverly, Bessie and Benjamin Wilson Tye; the children of Carrie Wilson Tye and John L. Tye. There are also several unidentified photos. An additional oversize file contains a map, property survey of Fulton County, near Westend, pertaining to the Riddle v. Wilson court case that is part of MSS 208.
Dates: circa 1870-1930

Cohen family photograph

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS11
Scope and Content This collection consists of a tintype portrait encased in a gutta-percha case that is round and screws shut.
Dates: approximately 1860

Dr. Benjamin F. Bomar photograph

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS12
Scope and Content This collection consists of a tintype portrait of Dr. Benjamin F. Bomar. The age of the sitter and unsophisticated manufacture of the case box indicate a post-Civil War date.
Dates: approximately 1865-1868

Elijah H. Mixon family photographs

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS23
Scope and Content This collection documents two generations of the Elijah H. Mixon family of Oxford, Georgia. The collection provides insight into the artisan class of 19th century Georgia.
Dates: approximately 1850-1870

Ellet, Cabell, and Hopkins families photographs

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS29
Scope and Content This collection consists of portraits of members of the Ellet, Cabell, and Hopkins families. The portrait of Mary Virginia Ellet Cabell (VIS 29.8) was produced by Marcus Aurelius Root (1808-1888), a well-known daguerreian, who worked primarily in Philadelphia and New York. Some of the albumen cards were produced by Linnie Condon, a late nineteenth century female photographer working in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dates: approximately 1850-1880, undated

Harvey Dan Abrams photograph collection

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS19
Scope and Content This collection consists of three unrelated images.
Dates: 1850-1880, undated

Kirkpatrick and Dorsey families photographs

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS27
Scope and Content This collection consists of identified and unidentified portraits of Kirkpatrick and Dorsey family members.
Dates: 1850-1900

Malone family photographs

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS24
Scope and Content This collection consists of two ambrotypes and one tintype believed to be family members of D. R. Malone and J. B. Malone.
Dates: approximately 1850-1870

Powell family photographs

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS8
Scope and Content This collection contains fifteen images documenting three generations of the Powell family. George T. Powell and Ned T. Powell are also represented. The carte-de-visite and cabinet cards were produced by C. W. Motes and Kuhns, both post-Civil War Atlanta photographers.
Dates: approximately 1845-1955

Robert Kellam photograph collection

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS16
Scope and Content This collection consists of seven portraits of identified and unidentified individuals.
Dates: 1850s-1860s

Turner and Bevan family photographs

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS7
Scope and Content The collection consists of cased images of unidentified individuals. Of particular interest are a daguerrotype of a daguerrotype; an image of a Union officer posed in front of an American flag; and a full-length post-mortem image of a child.
Dates: approximately 1850-1890