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Establishing the Colony of Georgia
A map of Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Maryland with part of New Jersey &c.
Part of North America : comprehending the course of Ohio, New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Carolina & Georgia.
A map of those parts of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina & Georgia which were the scenes of the most important operations of the southern armies
View by moonlight, near Fayetteville.
Burning of Savannah.
ThePotter House destroyed by Sherman during siege of Atlanta
Part of Paulding County, Georgia
Part of Paulding County, Georgia
Part of Cobb Co., Ga
The Savannah State College Bulletin: Homecoming Edition, Vol. 8, No. 2
Negro Slavery in Georgia. Shivery family papers
The Savannah State College Bulletin: Special News Issue, Vol. 9, No. 8
The family of Mr. Leroy Dunn, chopping cotton in a rented field near White Plains, Greene County, Georgia, June 1941.
The Difficulty of Rearing a Negro Family in Georgia. Shivery family papers
Studio portrait of young chimney sweeps.
The Georgia, southeast corner Broadway and 160th Street; Plan of first floor; Plan of upper floors.
Strip maps of the "Dixie trail" north and south automobile route: New York-Philadelphia-Gettysburg-Shenandoah Valley-Charlotte-Atlanta-Jacksonville : route of the 1911 "Glidden" tour
Paine College, Augusta, Ga.
Library of Gammon Theological Seminary.
E. K. Love; A popular minister in Savannah, Georgia.
Church service in the Negro church, Woodville, Greene County, Georgia, October 1941.
Daughter of Mr. Buck Grant, Negro preacher near Woodville, Greene County, Georgia
Wife and child of a tenant farmer in northern Greene County, Georgia
Civilian Conservation Corps boys putting up a fence, Greene County, Georgia, May 1941.
Mrs. Gus Wright, Farm Security Administration client with her canned goods, Oakland community, Greene County, Georgia, November 1941.
Mrs. Annie Albrittan, who does washing in her home in Woodville, Greene County, Georgia, November 1941.
Virginiae partis australis, et Floridae partis orientalis, interjacentiumq[ue] regionum nova descriptio.
Resolution of the Savannah City Council to prevent Blacks from entering the city following the Haitian Revolution.
War in Georgia. Chickamauga, Fair View Mts. in the distance, Sept. 19, 1863.
Marriage rules, Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, S. C., August 11, 1865.
E. C. Morris; [Head of the National Baptist Convention.]
Negro domestic servant, Atlanta, Georgia. May 1939.
Domestic servants waiting for street car on way early in the morning. Mitchell Street, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1939.
Georgia, Boston Committee of Correspondence Records
Negro barber shop. Atlanta, Georgia
Tourist camp privy. Georgia
Resettlement project near Eatonton, Georgia
Negroes and houses. Atlanta, Georgia
Detail of tabby wall. Ruins of supposed Spanish mission. St. Marys Georgia
Main street. Macon, Georgia
Main street. Macon, Georgia
Church. Georgia
Negroes and houses. Atlanta, Georgia
Resettlement project near Eatonton, Georgia
Jones, Noble Wymberley. Savannah
Bullock, Archibald. Georgia - Theodorus Bailey Myers manuscripts
The State of Georgia.
County map of Georgia and Alabama.
Tourist house, Georgia
Carpenter at work, Eatonton, Georgia. Briar Patch Project
Barn on Resettlement Administration project near Eatonton, Georgia
Abandoned plantation house, Monticello, Georgia
Resettlement-constructed homestead near Eatonton, Georgia. Briar Patch Project
Abandoned plantation house, Monticello, Georgia
Wereat, John. Savannah - Theodorus Bailey Myers manuscripts
Luigiana Inglese, colla parte Occidentale, della Florida, della Georgia, e Carolina Merid[i]onale.
Parte Orientale della Florida, della Georgia, e Carolina Meridionale.
Pierce, William. Savannah - Theodorus Bailey Myers manuscripts
FIRST ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] ATLANTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE [at] "THE KIMBALL, [ATLANTA GA?]" (REST;)
Negro houses.  Macon, Georgia
Ruins of supposed Spanish mission, Georgia
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Autograph, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Document, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Letter to Seaborn Jones, Augusta, Ga
Letter to [Brig.-Gen. William Moultrie?]
Letter to Jacob Read [Annapolis, Md.]
Letter to Jacob Read, Senator, Philadelphia
Letter to Maj.-Gen. Philip Schuyler, Ticonderoga; by favor of R. R. Livingston
Letter to Mr. Birch, Augusta
Letter to [George Walton]
Letter, Thomas Addis Emmet collection
Letter to William Fox
Letter to Abner Nash, Governor of North Carolina, New Berne
Letter to John Houston, Savannah
Letter to the Speaker [of the House of Representatives of North Carolina]
Letter to James Iredell, Edenton, N. C
Letter to [Maj.-Gen. Lincoln, Headquarters --Dobbs's Ferry--, N. Y.]
Letter to Joseph Clay, Savannah, care of Mr. Boren
Georgia paper money. One Spanish milled dollar
Letter to Nicholas Gilman [New York]
Letter to Col. Jeremiah Wadsworth, Hartford, Conn
Letter to [W. H. Drayton, Arthur Middleton, and C. C. Pinckney, Members of the Secret Committee, Charleston, S. C.]
Letter to Governor [George] Mathews [Augusta]
Letter to [William?] Washington
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