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Scope and Contents The General Photographs Collection consists of images of African American life from the 1880s to the 1980s. Many of these photographs are portraits taken in various studios on the East Coast of the United States, other are snapshots of family life, school, church and the many social organizations of the African American community. Some photographs in this collection showcase the neighborhoods and businesses that existed in the early to mid 20th century. Majority of the photos are...
Scope and Contents The Harmon Perry Collection consists of images taken by photographer Harmon Perry, who worked for the Atlanta Daily World and as a reporter of the Atlanta Journal. The photographs in this collection are of Atlanta social life, politicians, educators and everyday snapshots of people in Atlanta from the 1960s to the 1980s.This collection will benefit researchers of Atlanta black life during the late 20th century, these photographs serve as a history of predominately black...
Scope and Contents The Harold Wright Cruse Papers hold the documents, correspondences, photographs, and ephemeral materials of scholar and writer Harold Wright Cruse. This collection consists of twelve series: Personal Papers, Correspondence, University of Michigan, Harold Wright Cruse Writings, Speaking Engagments, Organizations, Research Files, Ephemera, Writings by Others, Printed and Published Materials, Photographs, and Audiovisual. The Personal Papers consist of materials that span from Cruse's career as a...
Scope and Contents The Buckhead/Cascade City Chapter of the Links, Inc. collection consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, committee reports; programs, financial records. The bulk of this collection is from 1995-2019. Printed materials from the Regional/National organization, photographs of the chapter, and audiovisual items are included in this collection.
- Subject: Cultural Organizations---Black---American X