Vanishing Georgia All Items

1.[Photograph of Thalian Hall, Midway, Baldwin County, Georgia ] | XML
2.[Photograph of second building of First Methodist Church, Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia, not after 1913] | XML
3.[Ambrotype of Henry Crawford Vinson, Baldwin County, Georgia, ca. 1861] | XML
4.[Photograph of Philander H. Fitzgerald, Fitzgerald, Ben Hill County, Georgia, ca. 1855-1860] | XML
5.[Photograph of home of Dr. Edward L. Strohecker, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia, not after 1879] | XML
6.STRATTON BRICK COMPANY PRIOR TO 1900 MR. W.E. DUNWOODY AT ENGINE THROTTLE | XML
7.[Photograph of Sidney Lanier at age 15, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia, ca. 1857] | XML
8.[Drawing of Maria Aranella White and William Thompson, Macon, Bibb County, Feb. 13 not after 1877] | XML
9.[Ambrotype of unidentified male, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia, ca. 1858] | Wood, R.L. (Macon, Ga.) | XML
10.[Albumen print of Judge Arthur Erwin Cochran, Macon, Bibb County, Macon, Georgia, 1863] | XML
11.[Tintype of Moore family, Cherokee County, ca. 1850] | XML
12.[Photograph of John Amos, Bartow County, Georgia, ca. 1860-1863?] | XML
13.ORIGINAL WAR VIEWS.-1861-1865. Taylor & Huntington- Hartford. Conn. | XML
14.[Photograph of delivery wagon used by South Side Grocery, Statesboro, Bulloch County, Georgia, not after 1900] | XML
15.[Daguerreotype of Augustus Holcomb Anderson, Birdsville, Jenkins County, Georgia, ca 1850] | XML
16.[Photograph of Washington Pump across from Orange Hall, Saint Marys, Camden County, Georgia, ca. 1861-1865 ] | XML
17.[Photograph of Isaac Lang, Camden County, Georgia, ca. 1865] | XML
18.The Town Hall - Saint Marys | XML
19.[Photograph of graduation at Bowdon College, Bowdon, Carroll County, Georgia, not after 1900] | XML
20.[Daguerreotype of a slave woman, Clarke County, Georgia, 1853] | XML
21.[Ambrotype of Confederate soldier, Clarke County, Georgia, ca. 1861-1865] | XML
22.[Ambrotype of Confederate surgeon Dr. Edward D. Newton, Richmond, Virginia, 1861] | XML
23.[Photograph of Civil War soldiers, Forest Park, Clayton County, Georgia, ca. 1864] | XML
24.[Photograph of military camp, Forest Park, Clayton County, Georgia, ca. 1864] | XML
25.[Photograph of destroyed railroad during Civil War, Forest Park, Clayton County, Georgia, ca. 1864] | XML
26.[Photograph of Church, Fort Gaines, Clay County, Georgia, not after 1904] | XML
27.[Postcard of City Park, Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia, not after 1910] | "Published by J.W. Legg and Co., Marietta; Made in Germany." | XML
28.[Daguerreotype of painting of Glover Tannery, south of Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia, 1850] | XML
29.[Drawing of Enoch Milton Benson, Woodstock, Cherokee County, Georgia, ca. 1860-1863] | XML
30.[Photograph of Aymar Manning house, Cobb County, Georgia, ca. 1850] | XML
31.[Photograph of hospital, Cobb County, Georgia] | XML
32.[Albumen print of Atwood sisters, Cobb County, Georgia, ca. 1860.] | XML
33.[Drawing of Robert Mable, Mableton, Cobb County, Georgia, not after 1885] | XML
34.[Photograph of Abram and Tabitha Glore, Mableton, Cobb County, Georgia, not after 1871] | XML
35.GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN - "BIG SHANTY STATION" - GENERAL LOGANS ADVANCE, June 10, 1864 - (SKETCHING BY THEODORE R. DAVIS) | Davis, Theodore R. | XML
36.GENERAL SHERMAN'S ADVANCE - VIEW OF THE MILITARY COLLEGE NEAR MARIETTA, GEORGIA. - (SKETCHED BY THEODORE R> DAVIS.) | Davis, Theodore R. | XML
37.GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN - MILITARY TELEGRAPH TO ACKWORTH, GEORGIA. - (SKETCHED BY THEODORE R. DAVIS.) | Davis, Theodore R. | XML
38.[Tintype of Cadet Jonathan L.D. Lamar in Georgia Military Institute uniform, Cobb County, Georgia, ca. 1856] | XML
39.[Tintype of Captain John William Trammel, Coweta County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
40.[Photograph of the Cohen family, Chatham County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
41.[Drawing of Thomas Bostock of Savannah, England, 1865] | XML
42.[Daguerreotype portrait of a white child being held by a African-American woman, probably Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, ca. 1853 ] | Miller, J. W., artist (Savannah, Ga.) | XML
43.[Photograph of an African-American family engaged in home chores, probably Chatham County, Georgia, 18--] | Havens, O. Pierre (Savannah, Ga.) | XML
44.[Stereograph of an African-American man playing a crude homemade violin, probably Chatham County, Georgia, 18--] | Havens, O. Pierre (Savannah, Ga.) | XML
45.[Stereograph of an African-American boy in repose with a pile of freshly picked cotton, probably Chatham County, Georgia, 18--] | Havens, O. Pierre (Savannah, Ga.) | XML
46.[Tintype of Elijah Henry Clarke, Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia, ca. 1862?] | XML
47.[Photograph of Home of John Brandon Morris, Cedar Grove, DeKalb County, Georgia, during Civil War Era or not before 1879] | XML
48.[Photograph of Decatur Methodist Church, Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia, 1850] | XML
49.[Tintype of "Old Sarah," a slave brought to Georgia from Virginia by Jacob Sutton, Albany, Dougherty County, Georgia, 1840-1869?] | XML
50.[Photograph of health resort, Lithia Springs, Douglas County, Georgia, not after 1912] | XML
51.[Ambrotype of William Hardy Bowman in his Confederate uniform, Georgia, ca. 1862] | XML
52.[Photograph of Bolling H. Robinson, Early County, Georgia, between 1861 and 1865] | XML
53.[Photograph of Augustus Lewis Cowart, Emanuel County, Georgia, between 1861 and 1865] | XML
54.[Photograph of Etowah, Oostanaula, and Coosa Rivers, Rome, Floyd County, Georgia, 1864] | XML
55.[Photograph of Etowah, Oostanaula, and Coosa Rivers, Rome, Floyd County, Georgia, 1864] | XML
56.[Photograph of South Rome Bridge, also known as Old Broad Street Bridge, over the Etowah River, Rome, Floyd County, Georgia, not after 1885] | XML
57.[Drawing of steamship J. J. Seay at steamboat landing at Etowah and Oostanaula Rivers, Floyd County, Georgia, ca. 1840-1869?] | Redden, Robert (Rome, Ga.) (artist) | XML
58.M. [ . . . ] Stone | Bowdoin, Taylor & Co. | XML
59.[Ambrotype of two Confederate soldiers, Thomas W. Asbury and one unidentified, Floyd County, Georgia, between 1861 and 1865] | XML
60.[Photograph of Episcopal Church, Cave Spring, Floyd County, Georgia, not after 1924] | XML
61.[Drawing of Sarah Elizabeth Hunter Ash Key, Franklin County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
62.[Photograph of Pierce Columbus Key, Franklin County, Georgia, between 1855 and 1865] | XML
63.[Photograph of Alexander Jackson Ash, Franklin County, Georgia, not after 1863] | XML
64.[Drawing of John Rutherford Ash, Franklin County, Georgia, not after 1863] | XML
65.[Photograph of members of Andrew Lynn Huie family, Forest Park, Clayton County, Georgia, ca. 1850] | XML
66.[Drawing of Roswell Manufacturing Company, Roswell, Fulton County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
67.[Photograph of Nathaniel Alpheus Pratt, Roswell, Fulton County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
68.[Photograph of Catherine King Pratt, Roswell, Fulton County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
69.[Albumen of John Dunwoody, Roswell, Fulton County, Georgia, ca. 1858] | XML
70.[Photograph of Ephraim G. Ponder Home after Battle of Atlanta, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, 1864] | Barnard, George N., 1819-1902 | XML
71.PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY THE WAR FOR THE UNION | Barnard, George N., 1819-1902 | XML
72.[Stereograph of site of General James Birdseye McPherson's death, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, 1864] | XML
73.[Tintype of Roberto Holliday and Lucy Holliday, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, ca. 1865] | XML
74.[Capt. Robert Kennedy Holliday] | XML
75.THE POTTER HOUSE ATLANTA Photo from nature By G. N. Barnard | Barnard, George N., 1819-1902 | XML
76.[Photograph of ______ Walton on Atlanta's first police force, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, not after 1900] | XML
77.PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY THE WAR FOR THE UNION | Barnard, George N., 1819-1902 | XML
78.A Picket Post in front of Atlanta (S. E. of city--looking towards battlefield of July 28, 1864.) | Barnard, George N., 1819-1902 | XML
79.SOUTHERN SCENES IN THE STEREOSCOPE | Barnard, George N., 1819-1902 | XML
80.Rome battlefield Geo. | Barnard, George N., 1819-1902 | XML
81.PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY THE WAR FOR THE UNION | Barnard, George N., 1819-1902 | XML
82.PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY THE WAR FOR THE UNION | Barnard, George N., 1819-1902 | XML
83.[Photograph of Allen Campbell Watkins, Campbell County, Virginia, between 1861 and 1863] | XML
84.[Lantern slide of union officer surveying railway destruction by Sherman's troops during Civil War, Georgia, ca. 1864] | Taylor & Hunnington (Hartford, Conn.) | XML
85.[Daguerreotype of an unknown soldier in the uniform of the Columbus Georgia Guards, Georgia, ca. 1855] | XML
86.[Photograph of Gratz Cohen, a Civil War soldier, Glynn County, Georgia, ca. 1864-1865?] | XML
87.[R?]avel house built by R. G. Saxon 1857 near Adairsville, Ga. | XML
88.[Photograph of two men, Gordon County, Georgia, ca. 1855] | XML
89.[Photograph of soldier, Ranger, Gordon County, Georgia, between 1861 and 1863] | XML
90.[Photograph of three brothers, Gordon County, Georgia, between 1861 and 1865] | XML
91.Greensboro High School. Photo by Kelton and Fuller. | Kelton and Fuller | XML
92.[Photograph of the exterior of Union Church and Harden house, Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia, not after 1904] | XML
93.[Photograph of planter Thomas Noel Poullain posing, Greene County, Georgia, ca. 1855] | Cummings (Baltimore, Md.) | The photograph was taken by Cummings which was located at 48-50 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland at the time the photograph was taken. | XML
94.[Tintype of Jones Tarpley Douglass, Gwinnett County, Georgia, between 1861 and 1865] | XML
95.[Photograph of scene at sawmill, Habersham County, Georgia, not after 1915] | XML
96.[Photograph of home of David Turner Quillian, Sr., Hall County, Georgia, not after 1929] | XML
97.Dixie Hunt Hotel Gainesville, Georgia | XML
98.[Photograph of James Longstreet, New Orleans, Louisiana, ca. 1865] | Washburn, W. W. (New Orleans, La.) | XML
99.[Photograph of Poplar Springs Baptist Church, Hall County, Georgia, not after 1958 Apr.] | XML
100.Parade in Gainesville coming down West Washington Street to public square showing Citizens Bank and Piedmont Drug buildings which burned in the 1970's. | XML
101.[Photograph of Lusey Murphy, Houston County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
102.- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH - - - PERRY, GEORGIA - - HALL & FERGUSON - - - ARCHITECTS - - - MACON, GEORGIA - | XML
103.[Tintype of James Allen, Hart County, Georgia, ca. 185-] | XML
104.[Photograph of a group of men, possibly county officials, in front of the first Hart County Courthouse, Hartwell, Hart County, Georgia, after 1854?] | XML
105.[Photograph of two Confederate soldiers, William Thomas Bailey and his brother Henry M. Bailey, Hart County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
106.[Photograph of Hartwell Methodist Church built by John R. Kay, Hartwell, Hart County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
107.[Photograph of Joseph Clayton White and Adeline C. Alexander White, Jones County, Georgia, 185-] | XML
108.[Photograph of group in front of jail, Clinton, Jones County, Georgia, not after 1905] | XML
109.[Photograph of Masonic Hall, Clinton, Jones County, Georgia, not after 1890] | XML
110.[Carte-de-visite of a Confederate soldier, Laurens County, Georgia, between 1861 and 1865] | A.J. Riddle's Photographic Temple (Macon, Ga.) | XML
111.[Photograph of George William Rountree and Elizabeth Maddox Rountree, Dublin, Laurens County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
112.[Carte-de-visite of Doctor Henry Hicks, Dublin, Laurens County, Georgia, 1860] | XML
113.[Carte-de-visite of Mrs. Mary Francis Hicks, Dublin, Laurens County, Georgia, 1860] | XML
114.[Photograph of Lee County Courthouse, Starksville, Lee County, Georgia, not after 1856] | XML
115.[Photograph of Major Philip Coleman Pendleton, Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia, between 1861 and 1865] | XML
116.[Photograph of John Barnes, Lumpkin County, Georgia] | XML
117.[Photograph of health center, Porter Springs, Lumpkin County, Georgia, not after 1900] | XML
118.[Photograph of spring well, Porter Springs, Lumpkin County, Georgia, not after 1900] | XML
119.[Photograph of William Wylie Monfort, Marion County, Georgia, between 1861 and 1865] | XML
120.[Photograph of John Levi Underwood, Camilla, Mitchell County, Georgia, 186-] | XML
121.[Tintype of soldier, Monroe County, Georgia, between 1861 and 1865] | XML
122.Monroe County, Georgia | XML
123.[Ambrotype of soldier, Madison, Morgan County, Georgia, 1861] | XML
124.[Photograph of LeAnder Jones, Gilmer County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
125.[Photograph of soldier, Murray County, Georgia, 1859 or 1860] | XML
126.[Photograph of colonel, Murray County, Georgia, ca. 1840-1869?] | XML
127.[Photograph of Lucinda M. Cleveland, Murray County, Georgia, ca. 1840-1869?] | XML
128.Country Club, Columbus, Ga. | XML
129.[Photograph of church, Muscogee County, Georgia, not after 1900] | XML
130.[Photograph of two men in Company G posing, Newton County, Georgia, 1861] | XML
131.[Ambrotype of Joseph W. Morrow, Newton County, Georgia, ca. 1860-1864] | XML
132.[Ambrotype of William H.H. Morrow, Newton County, Georgia, between 1860 and 1864.] | XML
133.[Ambrotype of William H. Morrow, Newton County, Georgia, between 1860 and 1864] | XML
134.[Ambrotype of John Dawson Curtis in his Civil War uniform, Newton County, Georgia, between 1860 and 1864] | XML
135.[Photograph of Mr. Thomas Burge and daughter, Sadai, Newton County, Georgia, 185-?] | XML
136.[Ambrotype print of Lt. Charles Iverson Graves, Newton County, Georgia, ca. 1862] | XML
137.[Ambrotype of James L. T. Costley, Newton County, Georgia, 1885] | XML
138.[Photograph of Mary E. Cook Costley, Newton County, Georgia, ca. 1855] | XML
139.[Photograph of Robin Chambers birthplace, Jasper, Pickens County, Georgia, between ca. 1850 and 1860] | XML
140.[Photograph of steam locomotive belonging to Georgia Marble Company during snow storm, Pickens County, Georgia, not after 1930 ] | XML
141.[Photograph of William Washington Burlison, Pickens County, Georgia, 1864] | XML
142.COLLEGE STREET LOOKING SOUTH CEDARTOWN ,GA. | XML
143.[Ambrotype portrait of Dr. Allen Brown and John W. Stephens posed in Confederate Artillery uniforms, Pierce County, Georgia, ca. 1861] | XML
144.[Drawing of Doctor Nathaniel Edward Walker, Eatonton, Putnam County, Georgia, between 1860 and 1864] | XML
145.[Tintype of Jesse, John, and Thomas Pittman, Quitman County, Georgia, ca. 1861] | XML
146.[Photograph of Tuttle-Newton Orphanage, Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia, not after 1950 ] | XML
147.Oglethorpe Infantry 1st Ga. Regm't, Confederate States Army, April 1861 | XML
148.REFINERY BUILDING, 1861 | XML
149.Erected 1827 Pulled down 1903 | XML
150.[Photograph of interior of parlor of Mrs. Robert H. Easterling, Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia, not after 1916] | Honeywell, H. E. (Augusta, Ga.) | XML
151.G.N. Barnard, no. 206 King St. Charleston, SC. South Carolina Views | Plantation scene in South Carolina | Barnard, George N., 1819-1902 | XML
152.Gen. Lewis L. Griffin | XML
153.[Photograph of Confederate Captain Andrew Ramsay, Stephens County, Georgia, 1860-1865] | XML
154.[Ambrotype of Armstead Goare wearing Confederate uniform, Stewart County, Georgia, between 1861 and 1865] | XML
155.[Ambrotype of Jesse M. Peek, Americus, Sumter County, Georgia, between ca. 1861 and 1865] | XML
156.[Ambrotype of William C. Peek, Americus, Sumter County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
157.[Photograph of Herschel Smith home, Americus, Sumter County, Georgia, ca. 186-?] | XML
158.[Photograph of Simpson house, Americus, Sumter County, Georgia, not after 186-] | XML
159.[Photograph of gazebo, Andersonville, Sumter County, Georgia, not after 1961] | XML
160.Andersonville Natl Cem | XML
161.[Photograph of Andersonville Prison, Andersonville, Sumter County, Georgia, 1864 Aug. 17] | XML
162.[Photograph of Andersonville Prison, Andersonville, Sumter County, Georgia, 1864 Aug. 17] | XML
163.[Photograph of burial detail, Andersonville, Sumter County, Georgia, August 17, 1864] | XML
164.Henry Strickland. 1792-1862. Georgia Senate, 1840-1842. Convention of 1850. | XML
165.Capitol NASHVILLE TENN. | Barnard, George N., 1819-1902 | XML
166.Railroad Terminus, Nashville, Tenn. | Barnard, George N., 1819-1902 | XML
167.[Photograph of Marmaduke H. Marshall, Dawson, Terrell County, Georgia, ca. 1861-1865] | Melaino | Forneff, Pa. | XML
168.[Photograph of Vereen McNeil Bell, author of Swamp Water, Two of a Kind, Thomas County, Georgia, not after 1944] | XML
169.Southern Female College, La Grange, Ga. | XML
170.Female College, LaGrange, Troup County, Georgia | Howard, Bettie W. (age 10 years, 8 months) | XML
171.[Photograph of Thomas Stanley, first president of LaGrange Female Academy, LaGrange, Troup County, Georgia, between 1831 and 1834] | XML
172.[Photograph of an unidentified member of the LaGrange Light Guards in uniform, LaGrange, Troup County, Georgia, ca. 1858-1862] | XML
173.[Photograph of an unidentified Confederate Lieutenant, LaGrange, Troup County, Georgia, ca. 1861-1865] | XML
174.[Photograph of Henry Garland, Jr. who was a prominent Baptist Minister, The Rock, Upson County, Georgia, 185-] | XML
175.[Photograph of Reuben Henry Jackson Garland, The Rock, Upson County, Georgia, between 1850 and 1856] | XML
176.[Albumen print of a scene on board a U.S. Navy Frigate during the Civil War, ca. 1862] | XML
177.[Stereoview of a scene from a minstrel show entitled "Whilte Slave," United States, ca. 1859] | XML
178.[Photograph of Lewis Green Sutton, Albany, Dougherty County, Georgia, not after 1862] | XML
179.[Photograph of Washington County Courthouse, Sandersville, Washington County, Georgia, not after 1855] | XML
180.[Photograph of ruins of Washington County Courthouse, Sandersville, Washington County, Georgia, 1855] | XML
181.[Photograph of Washington County Courthouse, Sandersville, Washington County, Georgia, ca. 1859 or circa 1869] | XML
182.[Photograph of First Baptist Church interior, Sandersville, Washington County, Georgia, not after 1962] | Little | XML
183.MR BEN TARBUTTON ON THE END OF THE FIRST ROW ON THE LEFT. . .MATTIE TARBUTTON (Mrs. DAN C. HARRIS) STANDING ON THE END, TWO. SADIE TARBUTTON SITTING ON THIRD ROW FROM FRONT IN WHITE BLOUSE. MR. C. R. STANDING ON SECOND ROW NEXT TO MATTIE. . .MRS. TOM BROWN SITTING ON CHAIR FROM RIGHT END. | XML
184.[Photograph of Civil War veterans, Sandersville, Washington County, Georgia, not after 1920] | XML
185.[Photograph of Masonic hall, Sandersville, Washington County, Georgia, not after 1921 Feb. 13] | XML
186.[Ambrotype of Gen. Sumter, between 1855 and 1860] | XML
187.[Photograph of George H. Foster, Wilkes County, Georgia, nor after 1899] | XML
188.Oak Grove, Wilkes County, Ga. The place I was born. Birthplace of Dr. T. H. Chivers. Drawn with a pen by memory at Mount. Virre in New York Oct 18, 1851 | XML
189.[Daguerreotype of Robert Toombs, Richmond, Virginia, ca. 1854] | Jesse Whitehurst, (Richmond) | XML
190.[Daguerreotype of Robert Toombs, Richmond, Virginia, ca. 1854] | Jesse Whitehurst (Richmond) | XML
191.[Ambrotype of child, Wilkes County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
192.[Tintype of child, Wilkes County, Georgia, ca. 1860] | XML
193.[Ambrotye of Miles H. Crowder, ca. 1862] | XML
194.[Photograph of Henry Dickerson McDaniel, Walton County, Georgia, ca. 1862] | XML
195.[Photograph of Charles Fletcher Knight home, Monroe, Walton County, Georgia, not after 1930] | Mahaffey, E.S. (Atlanta, Ga.) | XML
196.[Photograph of Henry Hardin Green, Walton County, Georgia, ca. 1860-1863?] | XML
197.[Photograph of Confederate soldier R. Harrison Nations, Whitfield County, Georgia, between 1861 and 1865] | XML
198.The Chester House as the Federal Army left it at Northeast Corner, Hamilton and King Streets, Dalton, Ga. Home of William Patterson Chester, the grandfather of Mrs. Susan Reese Harris Allen, Mother of Mary Ruth Allen Thomas, William Harris Allen and Ivan Earnest Allen. | XML
199.NATIONAL HOTEL | Finley's Studio (Dalton, Ga.) | The photograph was taken by Finley's Studio, which was located at 259 North Hamilton Street, Dalton, Georgia at the time the photograph was taken. | XML
200.[Photograph of Ainsworth Emory Blunt, not after 1865] | Eureka Copying House (Huntington, WV) | XML
201.[Tintype of Confederate Fort, Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia, ca. 1864] | XML