|Creator:||Atkinson, Harry W.|
|Title:||Harry Atkinson ephemera collection|
The collection consists of clippings, a cigarette card from W. Duke Sons & Co., and a ticket to the unveiling of the Ben Hill statue in Atlanta on May 1, 1886. The clippings are from the "Atlanta Constitution" and the "Macon Telegraph" in the 1880s. The articles pertain to the sermons of Rev. De Witt Talmadge, Rev. J. Benson Hamilton, and Dr. Henry McDonald; the deaths of Henry Grady and Jefferson Davis; and a column by Bill Arp ("Arp has something to say about the race question").
Harry Atkinson ephemera collection, ms 2883. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.
Photocopies of the clippings have been added for preservation purposes.