Collection of Georgia images

Collection of Georgia images

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Library
Creator: Unknown
Title: Collection of Georgia images
Dates: 1749-1948
Quantity: 2.7 Linear feet 2 oversized boxes, 3 oversized folders
Coll. Number: ms2869

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of printed images of Georgia, the South, the United States, and Africa. Included are pages from various newspapers and magazines, including "Harper's Weekly," "Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper," "Illustrated London News," "Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion," and "Collier's Weekly." There are also maps of Georgia. Many of the items concern the Civil War, such as a picture of Andersonville prison camp and maps of Sherman's campaign in Georgia. Also included are images of African American slaves and Civil War era African Americans in the south.


Index Terms

African Americans--Georgia--Pictorial works.
African Americans--Southern States--Pictorial works.
Andersonville National Historic Site (Ga.)--Pictorial works.
Georgia--Maps.
Georgia--Pictorial works.
Illustrations (layout features)
Images (object genre)
Maps (documents)
Photographs.
Prints (visual works)
Sherman's March to the Sea.
Slavery--Southern States.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Maps.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Pictorial works.

General Notes

A Select Subject Index is located in Box 1. It is extensive and thorough in its scope.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation note

Collection of Georgia images, ms2869, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
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11[Picking cotton-Savannah?], German, Frank Leslie's Illustrirte zeitung?, 1873
 
2"Middle Georgia Rural Life," source unknown, vol. XLIII-93, 1892 (6 pp.)
 
3"The Locomotive Chase in Georgia," vol. XXXVI-21, 1888-1899 (6 pp.)
 
4"A Georgia Corn-Shucking," source unknown, vol. XXIV-77, 1882 (6pp.)
article with illustrations by David C. Barrow, Jr.
 
5Bon Air Vanderbilt, Augusta, Architectural Record?, 1923 (6 pp. photo article)
 
6Andersonville prison camp, source unknown (lithograph)
 
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27"Georgia: Early Days in the State," an illustrated section of Harpers Weekly, 1618-1646, 1903
 
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18"Crack Shooting in Cracker Country," The Spur, 1937 (2 pp.)
article with photos on bird hunting in Thomasville
 
9"Hills and Dales," source: Country Life, 1921 (4 pp.)
article with photos and plans of Fuller Callaway residence in LaGrange
 
10Shorter College, Rome, Frank Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitung, 1879
German
 
11Stockade fort, Chattahoochee Bridge between Chattanooga and Atlanta, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 November 12
 
12"The Reunion of the Blue and the Gray," Collier's Weekly, 1900
article with photos
 
13"Saltpetre Cave, A Wonder of North Georgia," Once a Week, 1894 February 10
 
14Negro quarters, Thomasville, source unknown,, 1890 (photo)
 
15Atlanta Exposition views, Scientific American, 1895 November 16 (photos)
 
16Gold mining, Dahlonega, Scientific American, 1900 July 7 (article, 4 pp. with photos)
 
17Sherman's march scene-plantation incident, Illustrated London News, 1866 October 20
 
18Chicamauga-Confederate General Hood is wounded, Illustrated London News, 1863 December 26
 
19Tallulah Falls, Ladore Cascade, Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion, 1854
 
20Toccoa Falls, Gleason's..., 1854
 
21Rock Mountain, Georgia, Gleason's..., 1854
Views of north and west sides
 
22Henry Grady portrait, Frank Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitung, 1890 January 4
 
23Chicamauga-Repulse of rebels at Crawfish Creek, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1863 October 24
 
24Sherman's troop train, Ringgold, Georgia, Frank Leslie's..., 1864 July 2
 
25Knapp's Pennsylvania battery shelling Pine Knob-Killing General Polk, June 14, Frank Leslie's..., 1864 July 30
 
26Lost Mountain captured by General Hooker, June 15, Frank Leslie's..., 1864 July 30
 
27Siege of Atlanta, Frank Leslie's..., 1864 August 27
Rebel attack on General Logan's corps, July 28
 
28Bomb shelter, Atlanta, Frank Leslie's..., 1864 September 24
 
29Allatoona view-Rebel prisoner and Union General Warren, Frank Leslie's..., 1864 December 3
 
30Prison pen at Millen before arrival of Sherman's army, Frank Leslie's..., 1865 January 28 (2 pp.)
 
31Sherman's campaign, Frank Leslie's..., 1865 January 7 (2 views)
Fort McAllister on Ogeechee River; Sherman received by General Foster on board the revenue cutter Nemaha, Ogeechee River
 
32Confederate monument, Macon, Frank Leslie's..., 1878 May 25
 
33Sherman's campaign, Frank Leslie's..., 1891 February 28 (5 illustrations)
Includes Sherman and his Generals, various scenes
 
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3A34Map: Georgia, New Family Atlas, 1884
north Florida on verso.
 
35Map: Georgia, History of the Great Rebellion, 1866
not to scale
 
36Map: Hammond's complete map of Georgia, 1925 (2 sections, railroad map)
northern part
 
37Map: Hammond's complete map of Georgia, 1925 (2 sections, railroad map)
southern part
 
38Map: Sherman's campaign, source unknown, 1865
Places of battles, skirmishes and defensive positions on the route from Adairsville, Rome and Kingston to Atlanta. Battles of Dallas (Pumpkinvine Creek Battles of Lost Mountain, Pine Mountain, and Kennesaw Mountain
 
39Map: Sherman's campaign, source unknown, 1865
March from Ringgold, Red Clay, and Gordon's Mill to Dalton, Resacca and Rome
 
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140Georgia-The Montgomery Guards, winners of the first prize at the Chatham's Centennial, The Graphic News, 1886 June 19
 
41"The Georgia Cracker in the Cotton Mills," The Century Magazine, 1891 February (16 pp.)
 
42"Cincinnati Excursionists in Georgia," source unknown, 1880 May 22
article illustration and photocopy of article
 
43"A Georgia Com-Shucking," source unknown, vol. XXIV-77, 1882 (6 pp.)
article with illustrations by David C. Barrow, Jr.
 
44The fruit season in New York, source unknown, 1887
Unloading melons from a Savannah steamer
 
45Falls of Towaliga, source unknown (hand-colored illustration)
 
46"Middle Georgia Rural Life," source unknown, vol. XLII-93, 1891 (6 pp.)
 
47"The Industrial Region of Northern Alabama. Tennessee and Georgia," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 1895 (20 pp.)
 
48"Lookout Mountain, and How We Won It," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 1868 June (14 pp. article and photocopy of last page)
 
49"Here and There in the South," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 1887 (12 pp.)
 
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250Georgia issue of Harper's Weekly, 1903 October 10 (40 pp.)
 
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151General Sherman's fly/ The Privateer "Georgia" captured by the "Niagara," Harper's Weekly, 1864 October 8
 
52[Exhibition hall-Atlanta, Georgia], Frank Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitung, 1881
 
53[Scene in a courtroom in Georgia], Frank Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitung, 1879
 
54[General Sherman and his staff near Atlanta], Frank Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitung, 1890
 
55[Capture of Confederate ship "Atlanta" in Warsaw Sound, Georgia], Frank Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitung, 1863 July 11
 
56Stock of the Georgia-Alabama Investment and Development Company, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1891 June 20
 
57Skirmish near Fort Jackson, Savannah River, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1862 April 19
 
58"Blowing-Up of the Steamer J.C. Lawton," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1859 July 2
 
59Stock of the Georgia-Alabama Investment and Development Company, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1891 June 6
 
60Scenes and incidents of the yellow fever scourge at Brunswick, Georgia, Frank Leslie's Weekly, 1893 October 26
 
61Grigsby's famous cowboys-Chickamauga camp, Leslie's Weekly, 1898 August 25
 
62Hand mill for grinding corn in use in Georgia and other southern states, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1867 June 8
 
63Georgia-The presidential southern tour-Incidents of President Hayes's reception in Atlanta, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1877 October 13
 
64Howell Cobb, of Georgia, Secretary of the Treasury, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1857 April 4
 
65New York City-Scenes at the exhibitions of Lulu Hurst, "The Georgia Wonder," at Wallack's Theatre, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1884 July 26 (hand-colored illustration)
 
66Georgia-The Piedmont Industrial Exposition at Atlanta-Its officers and buildings, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1887 October 22
 
67Sherman's campaign in Georgia-The Battle of Resaca, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 June 25 (hand-colored illustrations)
 
68Guerrillas, near Washington, Georgia, robbing an escort of gold stolen from the Richmond, Virginia banks by order of Jefferson Davis, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1865 July 8
 
69Sherman's campaign in Georgia, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1865 February 4
 
70Georgia-Fair held in behalf of the new armory of the Gate City Guards at Atlanta, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1880 November 20
 
71Stockade fort at Chattahoochee Bridge, between Chattanooga and Atlanta, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 November 12
 
72The war in Georgia-Encampment and review of the brigade of Gen. H.G. Wright, Warsaw Island, Georgia, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1862 March 22
 
73"The Industrial South-Tallapoosa, Georgia," Scientific American, 1890 May 31 (2 pp.)
 
74Big surprises ahead-Talmage, Ingersoll, Puck (lithograph)
 
75A sensation at the sea-side-Brother Talmage, Puck (lithograph)
 
76The new South-The triumph of free labor, Puck, 1895 (lithograph)
 
77 The New York Herald, 1863 January 14 (8 pp.)
 
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3A78Atlanta to Savannah-Railroad lines, 1863 (map)
 
79Improvement of Romerly Marsh, Georgia, 1884 (map)
 
80Lower flats-Savannah Harbor, Georgia, 1891 (map)
 
81Sketch showing spur dams built for protection of bank at Jones Island-Savannah Harbor, Georgia, 1891 July 8 (map)
 
82Index map of a portion of Darien Harbor, Georgia, 1895 (map)
 
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2B83Examination of Doboy Bar, Georgia, 1887 (map)
 
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184"Football Team of 1896-University of Georgia," Harper's Weekly Vol. 41, No. 2089 (tinted photograph)
 
85"The Siege of Atlanta-Rebel Attack on Gen. Logan's Corps, July 28," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 August 27 (engraving)
 
86"Sherman's Campaign in Georgia-Troops Starting from Ringgold for the Front," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 July 2 (engraving)
 
87"Guerrillas Near Washington, Georgia, Robbing an Escort of Gold Stolen from the Richmond, Va., Banks, By Order of Jefferson Davis," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1865 July 8 (engraving)
 
88"The Prison at Millen, Ga. as It Appeared Previous to the Arrival of Gen. Sherman's Army," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1865 January 28 (engraving)
 
89"The War in Georgia-Battle of Chicamauga-Repulse of the Rebels at Crawfish Creek," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1863 October 24 (engraving)
 
90"Sherman's Campaign-Scenes at Atlanta, Ga.," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 October 29 (3 engravings)
 
91"Opposing Sherman's Advance to Atlanta," Source unknown (12 page article with illustrations)
 
92"Driven Back! Dedicated to Our Southern Friends," Puck, 1882 (color cartoon)
 
93James Oglethorpe, Source unknown (tinted etching)
 
94"The Battle of Resaca, Georgia," The Mountain Campaigns in Georgia, etc. Published by the Western & Atlantic R.R. Co. (color engraving)
 
95"Sherman's March to the Sea," Source unknown (engraving)
 
96"Battle of Chicamauga-Lt. Van Pelt Defending His Battery" Johnson, Fry & Co. Publishers, New York, 1864 (color engraving)
 
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2B97 Atlas To Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies 1861-1865 (Plate LVIII. map and 5 insets)
"Map Illustrating the Second Epoch of the Atlanta Campaign"
 
98 Atlas To Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies 1861-1865 (Plate LXII.)
14 maps and diagrams re. The Atlanta Campaign
 
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3A99"The Theatre of General Grant's Operations, Showing the Country Between Chattanooga and Charleston," Harper's Weekly, 1863 December 12 (map)
 
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1100"Franklin College, in Athens, Georgia," Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion, 1855 (p. 297)
 
101"Interior of a Bombproof in a Garden at Atlanta, Georgia, During the Bombardment," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 September 24 (p. 1)
 
102"Sherman's Campaign-Burning of the Railroad Round-house at Atlanta, etc."
 
103"Headquarters of the Rebel General Hood, etc."
 
104"The Campaign in Georgia-A Baggage Train Crossing the Mountains in a Storm," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 November 5 (p. 109)
 
105"Sherman's Campaign in Georgia-U.S. Soldiers at Atlanta, Ga., etc."
 
106"A Rebel Prisoner Explaining to Major-Gen. Warren the Position and Movements of the Rebel Forces"
 
107"Sherman's Campaign-The Prison Pen at Millen, Ga., etc."
 
108"Rebel Obstructions in the North Channel of the Savannah River"
Sherman's Campaign in Georgia
 
109"The Great Southern Expedition-Fort Pulaski, at the Entrance of the Savannah River," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1861 December 28 (p. 92)
 
110"Destruction of the Famous Privateer Nashville, etc., Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1863 March 28 (p. 13)
 
111"How to Reach the New South" (map)
 
112"General Sherman's Headquarters During the War"and "Scenes in Grant Park," source unknown (photographs)
 
113"United States Federal Prison" and "Headquarters Fire Department and Drum Corps," source unknown (photographs)
 
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3A114 Geological Map of Georgia, 1901 (Map)
 
115 Temperature Map of Georgia, 1900 (Map)
 
116 Sketch E No. 4 Showing the progress of the Survey in the vicinity of Savannah Georgia 1850-53 (Map)
 
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2B117 Map Showing Underground Water Resources of the Coastal Plain of Georgia, 1914 (Map)
 
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1118"The Practice of Wood-Engraving"
History of Wood-Engraving
 
119Okefenokee Swamp Park (brochure)
 
120Savannah, Georgia (brochure)
 
121Rebel Lines, Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-1865
 
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2122Harris, Joel Chandler, 1948 (Envelope)
 
123Henson, Josiah, "Uncle Tom," The Illustrated London News, 1877 March 17 (P.261)
 
124"Southern Scenes. Shipping Rice from a Plantation on the Savannah River, Ga.," Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, 1877 (P. 373)
 
125"The Marble Industries of Georgia-Interior View of the Quarries at Tate," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Supplement, 1888 September 29 (P. 5)
 
126"The War in America: Negroes at work on the Fortifications at Savannah" and "The War in America: Attack by Federal Gun-Boats on Fort M'Allister, etc.," The Illustrated London News, 1863 April 18 (P. 433)
 
127"Aus den Erinnerungen etc.," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1887
German ed.
 
128"Kaffir Weather Doctor" and "Kaffir Letter Carrier," The London Illustrated News, 1846 October 17 (P. 244)
 
129"French Schooner Landing at the Village of Abata, Africa," images and scenes of Africa, 1858
 
130 L'Illustration, overseas areas., 1895 June 1 (P. 461)
 
131"'Washerwomen in the Army of the Potomac" and "Sherman's Campaign-Our Army Crossing the Coosa River, etc.," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 December 10 (P. 189)
 
132"Boston Police and Night Watch Conveying the Fugitive Slave, Sims, to the Vessel" and "Departure of the Brig Acorn from Boston Harbor With Sims on Board," Gleason's Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, 1851
 
133"The War in Louisiana-View of Natchitoches" and "The War in Tennessee-Rebel Massacre of the Union Troops after the Surrender at Fort Pillow, April 12," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 May 7 (P. 97)
 
134"The West Point Outrage-The Court of Inquiry in Session," Harper's Weekly, 1880 May 1 (P. 285)
 
135"Georgia-The New Shorter College, at Rome," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1879 August 16 (P. 401)
 
136"Reconnoissance in the Great Ogeechee River, Near Ossibaw Sound, Ga, etc.," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1863 February 28 (P. 365)
 
137"Georgia-The Proposed New State Capitol at Atlanta," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1885 September 19 (P. 76)
 
138"Die durch die Rebellen in der Einfahrt des Savannah Flußes, etc.," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1861
German ed.
 
139"Die Bowden Lithia Wasser-Quelle in Georgia," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1888
German ed.
 
140"Georgia-A Wood-Cutter's Village in the Pine Barrens," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1883 April 14 (P. 121)
 
141"Raßenfampfe in Georgia, etc.," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1890 January 11 (P. 85)
German ed.
 
142"Georgia-Laying the Corner-Stone of a Confederate Monument, on Mulberry and Second Streets, Macon, April 26th," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1878 May 25 (P. 205)
 
143"The War in Georgia-Northeast View of Hovey Gap, Showing Johnston's Reserve Camps," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 July 16 (P. 235)
 
144"Georgia-New Armory of the Macon Volunteers, City of Macon," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1885 March 7 (P. 45)
 
145"The Patriot of Blackville. Enlisting for Service in the Far-Off Philippines," Bicycling, Source unknown, 1899
 
146"The New Olympic Games," Harper's Weekly, 1895 (article with several illustrations. Pages 919-924)
 
147"French Colonial Sources of Man-Power: Asia; Africa; Pacific," The Illustrated London News, 1916 May 13 (4 illustrations P. 612)
 
148"The Skirmish" and "The Square at Ulundi," The Graphic, 1892 November 12 (P. 576)
 
149"In Western Africa," The Illustrated American, 1890 April 12 (article with 8 illustrations. Pages 172-173)
 
150"How a Tourist Sees Richmond," Source unknown, 1895 (article with illustrations)
 
151Civil War fortifications and defenses
 
152"Danse et Musiquedes Hottentots," Source unknown, 1749
 
153"Governor Oglethorpe's Interview with Chief Tomo-Chichi," Colonial History of Georgia, 1895
 
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3A154"Map of the Free and Slave States, and of the Unsettled Territory of America," The Illustrated London News, 1856 December 13
 
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2155"Step by Step Through the Little White House" (Warm Springs, Georgia), 1935 (pamphlet, 6th ed.)
 
156Beautiful Savannah, Hostess City of the South
Brochure created by the Savannah Chamber of Commerce
 
157The History of Georgia, 1741 (Pages 525-541 of a publication)
 
158"The Slave-Trade of To-day," Harper's Monthly Magazine, 1905 (article with illustrations)
 
159"Eminent Opponents of the Slave Power", 1860 (engraving)
 
160"Georgia" songbook, 1922 (sheet music)
 
161"Georgia Moonlight" songbook, 1920 (sheet music)
 
162"Athlete" advertising poster for Sunkist, 1932 (Sunkist label)
 
163"Your Shell Map of 1960 Winter Olympic Games" in Squaw Valley, California, 1960 (pamphlet-foldout map)
 
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1C164 Georgia Info-Map, Gulf Oil Co., 1854-1937 (Map)
 
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3A165 Slavery in the United States, 1915 (Map)
 
166 Africa, 1886 (Map)
 
167 Georgia With Parts of North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Florida, 1844 (Map)
 
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1C168 Regional Aeronautical Chart, 1944 (Map)
Maine-Quebee vicinity.
 
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3A169 Africa. Southern Part, 1897 (Map)
 
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1C170 Rand McNally Standard Map of Georgia, 1940 (Map)
 
171 Soil Map. Clarke County Georgia, 1936 (Map)
 
172 Johnson's Georgia and Alabama, 1863 (Map)
 
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2173"Chain-Gang at Richmond," Harper's Weekly, 1868 December 5 (p. 780)
 
174"The Riot in New Orleans," Harper's Weekly, 1866 August 25 (4 illustrations. p. 537)
 
175"The Friend of the Freedmen," blacks coming to General Garfield, Harper's Weekly, 1880 October 23 (p. 685)
 
176"Exciting Scene in the House of Representatives, January 31st, 1865, On the Passage of the Amendment to the Constitution Abolishing Slavery For Ever," The Soldier in Our Civil War, 1854-1937
 
177"Stampede of Slaves to Fortress Monroe," Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War, 1861 May (p. 202)
 
178"Bond and Free," Harper's Weekly, 1873 December 27 (Cover page)
 
179" 'The Tuskegee Plan'-Practical Education for the Southern Negro in Alabama," Harper's Weekly, 1895 September 14 (9 illustrations. p. 879.)
 
180"The Riots in New York," The Illustrated London News, 1863 August 15 (2 illustrations. p. 168)
 
181"Great Union and Emancipation Meeting Held at Exeter Hall, London," Harper's Weekly, 1863 March 14 (p. 172)
 
182"A Loyal Southern Family Flying North," Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War, 1862 March (p. 326)
 
183"Market Scenes in Richmond, Virginia," Harper's Weekly, 1871 December 16 (3 illustrations. p. 1173)
 
184"The Chickahominy," New York, D. Appleton & Co., 1872 (Color engraving)
 
185"The Problem Solved," "False Face," comic, Source unknown, 1894
 
186"Sherman's Foragers on a Georgia Plantation," source: History of the United States (Color print)
 
187"Negro Quarters, Thomasville, Georgia," Source unknown, 1894 (B&W photograph)
 
188"One of the First Fruits of Victory," Harper's Weekly, 1884 November 22 (Cover page. B&W engraving)
 
189"Office of the Freedmen's Bureau, Memphis, Tennessee," Harper's Weekly, 1866 June 2 (p. 340. Color engraving)
 
190"Beach Institute, Savannah, Georgia," Harper's Weekly, 1868 October 3 (p. 637. Color engraving)
 
191"Contrabands Accompanying the Line of Sherman's March Through Georgia," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1865 March 18 (p. 405. Color engraving)
 
192"Market Scene in Macon, Georgia," Harper's Weekly, 1867 July 13 (p. 437. Color engraving)
 
193"General Sherman's Rear-Guard," Harper's Weekly, 1864 April 2 (p. 212. Color engraving)
 
194"An Incident in the Battle of the Wilderness, etc.," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 June 4 (Cover page. Color engraving)
 
195"Franchise-And Not This Man?," Harper's Weekly, 1865 August 5 (p. 489. B&W engraving)
 
196"Time Works Wonders," Jefferson Davis, Harper's Weekly, 1870 April 9 (p. 232. B&W engraving)
 
197"The Queen of Industry, or, the New South," Industry versus King Cotton, Harper's Weekly, 1882 January 14 (Cover page. B&W engraving)
 
198"The Freedmen's Bureau," Harper's Weekly, 1868 July 25 (p. 473. Color engraving)
 
199"He Wants a Change Too," blacks being attacked in South, Harper's Weekly, 1876 October 28 (p. 872. B&W engraving)
 
200 Vamping Sal-The Sheba of Georgia songbook, 1873 (Sheet Music)
 
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3A201 Savannah to Goldsboro, 1865 (Map)
 
202 Georgia, from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 9th ed., Vol. 10, Plate 3, 1884 (Map)
 
203 Map Showing the Flight and Pursuit of Jefferson Davis Harper's History of the Great Rebellion, 1865 April (Map. p. 779)
 
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1C204 Campaign Maps, Numbers 1 to 11 inclusive Showing Position of 20th Army Corps on March from Atlanta. Ga. to Savannah. Ga. etc. & Position occupied by troops from French's Division at the crossing of the Chattahoochee River. Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. 1861-1865, 1864 (Maps 12 on 1 plate. #12. Plate 71)
 
205 Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-1865, 1864 (Maps, 14 on 1 plate Plate 62)
Civil War Battles in Atlanta area and North Georgia
 
206From Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-1865, 1895 (Map. Sheet 9. Plate 144.)
[Part of Georgia and South Carolina]-General Topgraphical Map.
 
207 St. Catherine's Sound, Georgia, 1867 (Map)
 
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2208"Negro in Stocks-A Scene in Florida," Harper's Weekly, 1866 (B&W engraving)
 
209"Outside of the Galleries of the House of Representatives During the Passage of the Civil Rights Bill," Harper's Weekly, 1866 April 28 (p. 269. Color engraving)
 
210"Southern/Colored Emigrants Seeking Homes in the North," Harper's Weekly, 1867 August 3 (p. 492. Color engraving)
 
211"The Army of Potomac in Huts," "The Teamsters' Duel," Harper's Weekly, 1863 January 17 (Cover page. B&W engraving)
 
212"Negroes Hiding in the Swamps of Louisiana," Harper's Weekly, 1873 May 10 (p. 396. Color engraving)
 
213"View of Darlington Court-House and the Sycamore-Tree Where Amy Spain, The Negro Slave, Was Hung By the Citizens of Darlington, South Carolina," Harper's Weekly, 1865 September 30 (p. 613. B&W engraving)
 
214"The Freedmen's Bureau," Harper's Weekly, 1868 July 25 (p. 473. B&W engraving)
 
215"Our Colored Troops, etc.," Harper's Weekly, 1863 February 28 (p. 133. Color engravings, 2.)
 
216"Waiting for an Offer," Harper's Weekly, 1874 January 31 (Cover page. Color engraving)
 
217"Morning Mustering of the 'Contrabands,' at Fort Monroe, On Their Way to Their Day's Work," The Civil War in the United States? (p. 59. Color engraving)
 
218"A Christmas Gift to 'Ole Marster and Missus,'" Harper's Weekly, 1883 December 22 (p. 820. Color engraving)
 
219"Virginia One Hundred Years Ago," Harper's Weekly, 1876 August 19 (p. 677. Color engraving)
 
220"A Reminder of Old Virginia," Harper's Weekly, 1892 December 10 (Cover page. Color engraving)
 
221"Generals Steedman and Fullerton Conferring With the Freedmen in Their Church at Trent River Settlement" and 3 views of African-American dwellings, etc., Harper's Weekly, 1866 June 9 (p. 361. Color engravings, 4)
 
222"Contrabands Coming Into Camp in Consequence of the Proclamation," Harper's Weekly, 1863 January 31 (p. 68. Color engraving)
 
223"New Year's Contraband Ball at Vicksburg, Miss., During the Siege," possible source: The Soldier in Our Civil War? (Color engraving)
 
224"Generals Steedman and Fullerton Conferring With the Freedmen in Their Church at Trent River Settlement" and 3 views of African-American dwellings, etc., Harper's Weekly, 1866 June 9 (p. 361. B&W engravings, 4)
 
225"Freedman's Village, Arlington, Virginia," Harper's Weekly, 1864 May 7 (p. 293. B&W engraving)
 
226"Electioneering at the South," Harper's Weekly, 1868 July 25 (p. 468. Color engraving)
 
227"The National Colored Convention in Session at Washington, D.C," Harper's Weekly, 1869 February 6 (p. 85. Color engraving)
 
228"Beach Institute. Savannah. Georgia," Freedmen schools, Harper's Weekly, 1868 October 3 (p. 637. B&W engraving)
 
229"Christmas in Virginia-A Present from the Great House," Harper's Weekly, 1871 December 30 (p. 1220. B&W engraving)
 
230"Paddling for Sora Rail in Virginia," Harper's Weekly, 1887 December 10 (p. 896. Color engraving)
 
231"The Fisk University, Nashville. Tennessee," Harper's Weekly, 1876 January 22 (p. 73. B&W engraving)
 
232"Siege of Vicksburg-Attack on the Confederate Works, May 22d, 1863," Source unknown, 1862-1863 (p. 344-345. Color engraving)
 
233 Souvenir Folder/postcard of Athens Georgia, 1947 (18 postcard)
like views of Athens and the University of Georgia, color.
 
234"Environment of the Seminole," Source unknown, 1887 (p. 527-531)
 
235"Cérémonies avant le départ pour la Guerre," Ceremonies prior to going to war. Source unknown, 1830 (Color print)
 
236"Exercices de la Jeunesse," Youth's exercises. Source unknown, 1830 (Color print)
 
237"Danse," Dance. Source unknown, 1830 (Color print)
 
238"Oglethorpe University," Source unknown (Color engraving)
 
239"Georgia 'Crackers' auf dem wege zum Markte," Georgia Crackers on the way to market. Source unknown, 1872 (Color engraving)
 
240"The Settlement of Ebenezer," Source unknown, 1895 (B&W print.)
 
241"Georgia.—A Colony of Swiss Emigrants at Mount Airey," Source unknown, 1880 (Color engraving)
 
242"The Taking of the Cotton Crop in the South," Harper's Weekly, 1902 October 11 (p. 1464. 4 B&W illustrations, letterpress halftone)
 
243"The Industrial South-Tallapoosa, Ga.," full copy of day's newspaper, Scientific American, 1890 May 31 (pages 337 & 345. B&W engravings)
 
244"Coming in for the Mail-A Reminiscence of Northern Georgia," Harper's Weekly, 1892 December 31 (p. 1268. Color engraving)
 
245"La récolte du coton sur une habitation de l'Amérique du Sud," Cotton culture a way of life in the American South ?, Le Monde Illustré (p. 212. Color engraving)
 
246"La Culture du Coton aux États-Unis.," Cotton culture in the United States, L'lllustration. Journal Universel (p. 180. Color engraving)
 
247"The Market-place of a Georgia Village in the Cotton Season," the New South, 1897 February 12
 
248"A Flying Trip South, No. 3-The Eve of Election in Georgia-A Grand Political Barbecue," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1887 November 19 (p. 220. Color engraving)
 
249"Negroes Escaping Out of Slavery," Harper's Weekly, 1864 May 7 (p. 292 Color engraving)
 
250"Negro in Stocks-A Scene in Florida," Harper's Weekly, 1866 July 14 (p. 444. B&W engraving)
 
251"Georgia-The Remains of the Late Governor Alexander H. Stephens, etc.," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1883 March 17 (Cover. Engraving)
 
252"The Rev. B.W. Arnett" and "International Sunday-School Convention, Held at Atlanta, Georgia, April 17-20," Harper's Weekly, 1878 May 18 (p. 397. Engravings)
 
253"Plantation Negroes," Harper's Weekly, 1895 (Color drawing)
 
264"Great Union and Emancipation Meeting Held at Exeter Hall, London," Harper's Weekly, 1863 March 14 (p. 172. Color engraving)
 
255"Emancipated Slaves. White and Colored," Harper's Weekly, 1864 January 30 (p. 69. Color engraving)
 
256"These Few Precepts in Thy Memory" and "A Privilege?," Harper's Weekly, 1875 April 24 (p. 336. B&W engravings)
 
257"Colored Rule in a Reconstructed, ? State," Harper's Weekly, 1874 March 14 (Cover. B&W engraving)
 
258"Colored Emigrants Seeking Homes in the North," Harper's Weekly, 1867 August 3 (p. 492. Color engraving)
 
259"The Campaign in Georgia-A Baggage Train Crossing the Mountains in a Storm," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 November 5 (p. 109. B&W engraving)
 
260"Guerrillas, near Washington, Georgia, Robbing an Escort of Gold Stolen from the Richmond. Va., Banks, by Order of Jefferson Davis," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1865 July 8 (Cover. Color engraving)
 
261"Preparing the Prisoner for Execution-Putting on the Black Robe" and "Interior of Wirz's Room Just as He Left It," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1865 November 25 (Cover. B&W engravings)
 
262"Explosion of the J.G. Lawton-Finding of the Body of J.S. Montmollin" and "Explosion of the John G. Lawton, on the Savannah River, on the 9th of June, 1859," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1859 July 2 (Cover. B&W engravings)
 
263"The War in Georgia-Reconnoissance of a Detachment of National Troops and Sailors from the Gunboat Western World, etc.," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1862 April 19 (p. 376. B&W engraving)
 
264"Georgia.—A Colony of Swiss Emigrants at Mount Airey," probably source: Harper's Weekly?, 1880 May 1 (Color engraving)
 
265"A Southern Barbecue," Source unknown, 1887 (Color engraving)
 
266"Guerre D'Amerique. Le corps d'armée du général Sherman en marche sur Savannah," Le Monde Illustré, 1865 (B&W engraving)
 
267"Bombardment of Fort McAllister by the Iron-Clad Fleet," Harper's Weekly, 1863 March 28 (p. 196. B&W engraving)
 
268"Declaration of Equality," Harper's Weekly, 1876 August 12 (pages 656 & 657. Color engraving)
 
269 Marching Through Georgia songbook, 1908 (Sheet Music)
 
270 Sentimental Gentleman from Georgia, 1932 (Sheet Music)
 
271Great Short Passenger and Freight Line between New York & New Orleans, by way of Augusta, Ga., Atlanta, Ga., and Montgomery, Ala., 1869