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Auburn Avenue Research Library Arts and Artifacts Collection

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Identifier: aarl1994-001
Scope and Contents The Arts and Artifact Collection consists of paintings, sketches, photographs, and other artworks of various mediums. The date ranges of the items of this collection are between 1930 and 2012. Pieces from Georgia artists such as Benny Andrews, James Hiram Malone, Mary Parks Washington and Raymond B. Cody are included in this collection. Many of the pieces of this collection highlight the African American experience in Georgia and the South as a whole. From street scenes to portraits...

Benny Andrews papers

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Identifier: aarl92-001
Overview The collection consists of African American artist Benny Andrews' exhibit programs, announcements, guides, booklets, and catalogs for solo and collaborative exhibits between 1975 and 1992 as well as periodical articles from 1971 to 1992 and information about the artistic contributions of his family members.

Colin Vonn Bootman Illustration Collection

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Identifier: aarl-26-2006
Scope and Contents The Colin Vonn Bootman collection consists of the illustrations created by Bootman for works such as, "Don't Say Ain't" and "Almost Freedom."

These pieces are oil on canvas and vary in sizes between 8x10 and 16x20.

Mary Parks Washington papers

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Identifier: aarl008-009
Overview The collection consists of the personal papers of Mary Parks Washington. The collection is primarily comprised of newspaper clippings, art exhibit announcements, photographs, correspondence, photo albums and scrapbooks. These materials document Washington’s work as a visual artist, arts educator, and arts advocate; her lifelong educational pursuits; her friendships with artists; and her participation in civic and community service organizations.

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