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4001. Jon Koncak, Atlanta Hawks, blocks shot by Detroit Piston's Isiah Thomas, NBA Eastern Conference First Round Playoffs, Atlanta, Georgia, April 19, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_2995
4002. Jonathan Peck and Kent Whipple in "Man Friday", 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 16, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_6679
4003. Joseph A. McNeil, Jibreel Khazan (formerly Ezell A. Blair, Jr.), Franklin E. McCain, and David L. Richmond returning to the Woolworth store, 30 years after the first sit-in, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_2526
4004. Joseph Emmanuel Davis, Atlanta Police officer murdered June 7, 1989, Atlanta, Georgia, 1980s | XML | gsu_ajc_2198
4005. Joseph Lowery (left) and C.T. Vivian at a press conference prior to the trip to Lebanon, Atlanta, Georgia, September 1979 | XML | gsu_ajc_2606
4006. Joseph Mayer stands next to aircraft in the Robins Air Force Base Museum of Aviation, near Warner Robins, Georgia, October 20, 1992 | XML | gsu_ajc_1548
4007. Joshua Freeman Auld's carriage shop, corner of South McIntosh and Church Streets (called "Auld's Corner"), Elberton, Georgia, after 1870 | XML | gsu_ajc_876
4008. Judge Albert Henderson being sworn in by Chief Judge John R. Brown for the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, Atlanta, Georgia, July 13, 1979 | XML | gsu_ajc_5160
4009. Judge Dan Duke holding one of the whips used by Ku Klux Klan members to murder African-American man in early 1940s, Atlanta, Georgia, 1946 (?) | XML | gsu_ajc_1454
4010. Judge Elbert P. Tuttle (right) shaking hands with Federal Bar Association President O. Frank Woolf, at a luncheon honoring Tuttle, Atlanta, Georgia, September 26, 1968 | XML | gsu_ajc_212
4011. Judge Elbert P. Tuttle receiving a plaque from Pi Kappa Alpha representative Bill Weller, Atlanta, Georgia, October 10, 1967 | XML | gsu_ajc_211
4012. Judge Elbert P. Tuttle, trimmed and edited photograph used by the Atlanta Constitution, on May 23 1963. The original photograph may have been earlier | XML | gsu_ajc_215
4013. Judge Elbert Parr Tuttle and his wife Sara Sutherland Tuttle, at the renaming in his honor of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 7, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_200
4014. Judge Elbert Parr Tuttle, Atlanta, Georgia, April 9, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_198
4015. Judge Elbert Parr Tuttle, Atlanta, Georgia, ca. 1954. Copy print from the 1960s | XML | gsu_ajc_203
4016. Judge Elbert Parr Tuttle, Atlanta, Georgia, ca. 1954. Image from larger photograph with background whited out and red crop marks over ears and on tie | XML | gsu_ajc_202
4017. Judge Elbert Tuttle (center) and his wife Sara Sutherland Tuttle at a luncheon in the judge's honor, Omni Hotel at CNN Center, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_210
4018. Judge Griffin Bell, later the U.S. Attorney General, being sworn in by Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr., Atlanta, Georgia, January 3, 1962 | XML | gsu_ajc_4263
4019. Judge Luther Alverson administering the oath of office to Atlanta mayor Maynard Jackson, Atlanta, Georgia, January 7, 1974 | XML | gsu_ajc_3038
4020. Judge Luther Alverson administering the oath of office to Atlanta mayor Maynard Jackson, Atlanta, Georgia, January 7, 1974 | XML | gsu_ajc_3039
4021. Judge Luther Alverson at the bench, Atlanta, Georgia, 1985 | XML | gsu_ajc_1455
4022. Judge Sidney O. Smith, Atlanta, Georgia, 1985 | XML | gsu_ajc_5199
4023. Julian Bond (right) declares Mayor Maynard Jackson victorious over boxer Muhammad Ali, Atlanta, Georgia, January 1975. | XML | gsu_ajc_3670
4024. Julian Bond at Georgia State Capitol hearing. Bond expressed his anti-Viet Nam war views. Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1966 | XML | gsu_ajc_223
4025. Julian Bond being denied his seat in the Georgia Legislature, January 10,1966 | XML | gsu_ajc_226
4026. Julian Bond sitting with Rosa Parks at a campaign event, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4444
4027. Julian Bond sitting with Rosa Parks at a campaign event, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4487
4028. Julian Bond sitting with Rosa Parks at a campaign event, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4497
4029. Julian Bond speaking at one of his campaign events, with Rosa Parks in the background, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4481
4030. Julian Bond speaking at one of his campaign events, with Rosa Parks in the background, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4518
4031. Julian Bond with Rosa Parks at a campaign event, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4410
4032. Julian Bond with Rosa Parks at a campaign event, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4429
4033. Julian Bond with Rosa Parks at a campaign event, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4494
4034. Julian Bond, arriving at court in his suit to be seated in the Georgia Legislature, Atlanta, Georgia, January 29, 1966 | XML | gsu_ajc_224
4035. Julian Bond, barred from his seat in the Georgia House, prepares papers to run for his seat in a special election set for February 23, 1966. Atlanta, Georgia | XML | gsu_ajc_219
4036. Julian Bond, barred from his seat in the Georgia House, reads statement to the press, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1966 | XML | gsu_ajc_222
4037. Julian Bond, portrait photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, 1969 | XML | gsu_ajc_220
4038. Julian Bond. Two photos joined with black tape. Bond is speaking with press during the period when he was denied his place in the Georgia Legislature because of his opposition to the Viet Nam War. Atlanta, Georgia, April 20, 1966 | XML | gsu_ajc_225
4039. Julian Bond. Two photos joined with black tape. Bond with attorney Howard Moore (left photo). Georgia legislature with tally board, Atlanta, Georgia, January 1966 | XML | gsu_ajc_221
4040. Julius Erving playing for the Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta, Georgia, September 25, 1972 | XML | gsu_ajc_5751
4041. Julius Erving, Philadelphia 76ers, playing offense against Atlanta Hawks' Doc Rivers, Dominique Wilkins, and Dan Roundfield, Atlanta Georgia, between 1983-1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5753
4042. June Reddington, Jolanda Johnson, and A.J. Johnson in Lamar Alford's "What Drove Molly Mad?" at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, August 14, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_7179
4043. Junior Red Cross assistant, Ann Marshall Emmert, Atlanta, Georgia, December 24, 1944 | XML | gsu_ajc_1938
4044. Just north of downtown, looking west, Atlanta, Georgia, 1942? | XML | gsu_ajc_4010
4045. "Just Released two beautiful waltzes, Victor Records, 'I May Learn To Forget Someday' 'My Sweetheart Waltz.' Charles Dornberger Orchestra." Postcard | XML | gsu_ajc_1179
4046. Justice for Janitors protest outside the Marriott Marquis during the Democratic National Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, July 20, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_7372
4047. Justice for Janitors, supported by SEIU, activists picket MARTA Headquarters, Atlanta, Georgia, February 5, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_7585
4048. Kaolin mine, Avant Mine, for the Thiele Kaolin Company, Sandersville, Washington County, Georgia, August 1994 | XML | gsu_ajc_1556
4049. Karen Nussbaum, president of Working Women, speaking at a rally in Atlanta's Central City Park, Atlanta, Georgia, October 16, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_320
4050. Kathie de Nobriga, Chris Minor, and Stebbo Hill in a scene from Rebecca Ranson's "Higher Ground: Voices of AIDS," Horizon Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_4178
4051. Kathie de Nobriga, Chris Minor, and Stebbo Hill in a scene from Rebecca Ranson's "Higher Ground: Voices of AIDS," Horizon Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_2248
4052. Kathie de Nobriga, Chris Minor, and Stebbo Hill in a scene from Rebecca Ranson's "Higher Ground: Voices of AIDS," Horizon Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_2264
4053. Kathie de Nobriga, Chris Minor, and Stebbo Hill in Rebecca Ranson's "Higher Ground: Voices of AIDS," Horizon Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_2179
4054. Kathie de Nobriga, Chris Minor, and Stebbo Hill in Rebecca Ranson's "Higher Ground: Voices of AIDS," Horizon Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_2246
4055. Kathie de Nobriga, Chris Minor, and Stebbo Hill in Rebecca Ranson's "Higher Ground: Voices of AIDS," Horizon Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_2268
4056. Kathy Wilde, attorney for Michael Hardwick, speaking at a gay rights demonstration in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court decision for Bowers v. Hardwick (Georgia sodomy law case), Richard B. Russell Federal Building, Atlanta, Georgia, July 3, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4544
4057. Kathy Wilde, attorney for Michael Hardwick, speaking at a gay rights demonstration in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court decision for Bowers v. Hardwick (Georgia sodomy law case), Richard B. Russell Federal Building, Atlanta, Georgia, July 3, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4545
4058. Kathy Wilde, attorney for Michael Hardwick, speaking at a gay rights demonstration in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court decision for Bowers v. Hardwick (Georgia sodomy law case), Richard B. Russell Federal Building, Atlanta, Georgia, July 3, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4551
4059. Kathy Wilde, attorney for Michael Hardwick, speaking at a gay rights demonstration in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court decision for Bowers v. Hardwick (Georgia sodomy law case), Richard B. Russell Federal Building, Atlanta, Georgia, July 3, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4554
4060. Kathy Wilde, attorney for Michael Hardwick, speaking at a gay rights demonstration in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court decision for Bowers v. Hardwick (Georgia sodomy law case), Richard B. Russell Federal Building, Atlanta, Georgia, July 3, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4556
4061. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2671
4062. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2673
4063. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2674
4064. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2675
4065. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2683
4066. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2691
4067. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2702
4068. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2715
4069. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2729
4070. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2733
4071. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2734
4072. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2749
4073. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2751
4074. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2762
4075. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2766
4076. Katie Harris, president of the National Organization for Women (NOW), speaking at an ERA press conference, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2774
4077. Keith Rock Quarry near Palmetto; site of prisoner escape, August 1948 | XML | gsu_ajc_8
4078. Kelly Morris, Atlanta, Georgia, December 1994 | XML | gsu_ajc_829
4079. Kelly Morris, founder of Kelly's Seed & Feed Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 1978 | XML | gsu_ajc_830
4080. Kelly Prejean works on the float that will be in the gay pride parade, Atlanta, Georgia, June 24, 1992 | XML | gsu_ajc_3060
4081. Kelly Slater assessing the waves from his deck, Coco Beach, Florida, November 3, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_7440
4082. Kelly Slater surfing, Coco Beach, Florida, November 3, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_7438
4083. Kelly Slater surfing, Coco Beach, Florida, November 3, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_7439
4084. Kelly Slater surfing, Coco Beach, Florida, November 3, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_7441
4085. Ken Baker (left, from R.J. Griffin Company), with Dan Sweat at an Atlanta Chamber of Commerce event honoring Sweat, Atlanta, Georgia, July 13, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_3393
4086. Ken Stroech opens the door to one of the 1,390 mobile homes being stored at Ft. Gillem, Forest Park, Georgia, 1980s | XML | gsu_ajc_2373
4087. Ken Swilling, Georgia Tech football palyer, blocks a pass to Wake Forest's Spencer Jenkins, Atlanta, Georgia, November 8, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_3475
4088. Ken Whipple and Janet Metzger in "The Green Parrot", 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, July 15, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6683
4089. Ken Whipple in Sam Shepard's "Buried Child", 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, February 4, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_6673
4090. Kennesaw State Owls women's basketball team, Kennesaw, Georgia, January 28, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_6732
4091. Kenneth Hood (left) and Paul Rogers practice guitar and banjo before Cobb-County Georgia "Homecoming Bluegrass Festival," November 3, 1994 | XML | gsu_ajc_257
4092. Kenneth Leon, Scott Cunningham and Paul Butler on stage in the Alliance Theater production of Athol Fugard's "Master Harold...and the Boys," Atlanta, Georgia, December 19, 1984 | XML | gsu_ajc_7565
4093. Kenneth Walker, photojournalist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, February 28, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_5131
4094. Kenny Leon and Michael Keck performing in a scene from the South African play "Sizwe Banzi Is Dead," by Athol Fugard, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 15, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4531
4095. Kenny Leon and Michael Keck performing in a scene from the South African play "Sizwe Banzi Is Dead," by Athol Fugard, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 15, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4532
4096. Kenny Leon and Michael Keck performing in a scene from the South African play "Sizwe Banzi Is Dead," by Athol Fugard, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 15, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4535
4097. Kenny Leon and Michael Keck performing in a scene from the South African play "Sizwe Banzi Is Dead," by Athol Fugard, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 15, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4536
4098. Kenny Leon and Michael Keck performing in a scene from the South African play "Sizwe Banzi Is Dead," by Athol Fugard, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 15, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4539
4099. Kenny Leon and Michael Keck performing in a scene from the South African play "Sizwe Banzi Is Dead," by Athol Fugard, 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 15, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4543
4100. Kenny Leon, Tom Jones, and Charles Darden in Alonzo Lamont's "That Serious He-Man Ball," at the 14th Street Playhouse, Atlanta, Georgia, June 6, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_7646
4101. Kent Wipple, Theresa O'Shea, and Janet Metzger on stage in Kaufman an Hart's "You Can't Take It With You,' at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 4, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_7157
4102. Kentucky Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, Kentucky, 1946-1953 | XML | gsu_ajc_2495
4103. Kim, member of the National Rainbow Coalition, later renamed Rainbow/PUSH, strumming his guitar at a campsite, Georgia, July 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_4709
4104. Kimball House, looking northwest, Atlanta, Georgia, 1930s? | XML | gsu_ajc_5331
4105. King stag beetle facing off with a newt, on a pine bough, studio photograph, Swansea, Massachusetts, 1940s? | XML | gsu_ajc_879
4106. Kitty Dukakis and her father, Harry Ellis Dixon at the Fox Theater during the Democratic National Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, July 20, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_7390
4107. KKK leader David Duke salutes at annual Ku Klux Klan cross-burning at Stone Mountain, Gerogia, 1975 | XML | gsu_ajc_117
4108. Klansman looking through pick-up truck window. Printed sign attached to truck door reads, "Invisible empire Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Decatur, Alabama." Confederate battle flag in background | XML | gsu_ajc_978
4109. Klansman marching in Forsyth County, Georgia, January 23, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_7433
4110. Klansman thumbing his nose at photographer as he and others are picketing the Atlanta Journal-Constitution building on Marietta Street, Atlanta, Georgia, December 11, 1960 | XML | gsu_ajc_977
4111. Klansmen marching in Forsyth County, Georgia, January 23, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_7430
4112. Klansmen marching in Forsyth County, Georgia, January 23, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_7432
4113. Klansmen marching in Forsyth County, Georgia, January 23, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_7443
4114. Kolomoki burial mound, Blakely, Georgia, July 1, 1945 | XML | gsu_ajc_7330
4115. KP -- Automatic potato peeler, Fort McPherson, Georgia, 1943? | XML | gsu_ajc_2
4116. Ku Klux Klan affiliated Forsyth County Defense League members protesting the Forsyth County freedom march, Georgia, January 17, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5846
4117. Ku Klux Klan affiliated Forsyth County Defense League members protesting the Forsyth County freedom march, Georgia, January 17, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5885
4118. Ku Klux Klan affiliated Forsyth County Defense League members protesting the Forsyth County freedom march, Georgia, January 17, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5907
4119. Ku Klux Klan at gravesite of Mary Phagan, Ed Fields holding the megaphone, Marietta City Cemetery, Marietta Georgia, September 3, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_988
4120. Ku Klux Klan leader Ed Fields talks to striking workers at the Zartic Frozen Meats and Seafoods, Inc., Cedartown, Georgia, July 21, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_975
4121. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6800
4122. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6807
4123. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6809
4124. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6810
4125. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6813
4126. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6814
4127. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6815
4128. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6820
4129. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6822
4130. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6832
4131. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6834
4132. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6836
4133. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6844
4134. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6849
4135. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6850
4136. Ku Klux Klan member distributing literature to passing cars, Jonesboro, Georgia, January 30, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_6853
4137. Ku Klux Klan member J.W. Rogers, in Klan robes, carrying a rifle and cigarette, at KKK rally in Stone Mountain (?), Georgia, 1970s? | XML | gsu_ajc_971
4138. Ku Klux Klan member picketing outside of Leb's Restaurant, while African-American students demonstrate across the street, Atlanta, Georgia, February 3, 1964 | XML | gsu_ajc_4567
4139. Ku Klux Klan member speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6609
4140. Ku Klux Klan member speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6616
4141. Ku Klux Klan member speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6618
4142. Ku Klux Klan member speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6621
4143. Ku Klux Klan member speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6623
4144. Ku Klux Klan member, 79-year-old Beula Waller with an electrically lighted cross, at a rally, Bryan County, Georgia, August 1950 | XML | gsu_ajc_4022
4145. Ku Klux Klan member, J.W. Rogers, carrying a rifle and cigarette, at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6585
4146. Ku Klux Klan member, J.W. Rogers, carrying a rifle and cigarette, at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6608
4147. Ku Klux Klan member, J.W. Rogers, carrying a rifle and cigarette, at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6631
4148. Ku Klux Klan members with guns at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6600
4149. Ku Klux Klan members with guns at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6610
4150. Ku Klux Klan members with torches at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6586
4151. Ku Klux Klan members with torches at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6591
4152. Ku Klux Klan members with torches at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6594
4153. Ku Klux Klan members with torches at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6596
4154. Ku Klux Klan members with torches at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6627
4155. Ku Klux Klan rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6597
4156. Ku Klux Klan rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6601
4157. Ku Klux Klan rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6625
4158. Ku Klux Klan rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6626
4159. Ku Klux Klan rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6628
4160. Ku Klux Klan rally in Cumming, Georgia, January 23, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_1867
4161. Ku Klux Klan rally in Cumming, Georgia, January 23, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_1868
4162. Ku Klux Klan rally in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Klan members and followers march through downtown Stone Mountain, 1970s? | XML | gsu_ajc_972
4163. Ku Klux Klan with guns at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6598
4164. Ku Klux Klansman in robes and hood, handing copy of the Klansman newspaper to passenger, through car window, Plains, Georgia, July 1, 1977 | XML | gsu_ajc_981
4165. L. P. Ellers grows gourds to use as martin houses, in the Blue Ridge, Georgia, ca. 1930s | XML | gsu_ajc_472
4166. L. P. Skidmore, Director of the High Museum | XML | gsu_ajc_196
4167. Labor activists rally downtown, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_7678
4168. Labor negotiations regarding the transit workers, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1949 | XML | gsu_ajc_7742
4169. Labor protest, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, New York chapter, marching in front of the National Labor Relations Board offices, 101 Marietta Tower, Atlanta, Georgia, May 29, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_167
4170. Labor union members picketing against Production Engineering, Austell, Georgia, March 1965 | XML | gsu_ajc_7691
4171. Labor union members signing up for strike pay, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1950 | XML | gsu_ajc_7674
4172. Ladies Auxiliary AKIA Georgia Club No. 1, of the Ku Klux Klan, at a ralley, Georgia, August 1965 | XML | gsu_ajc_983
4173. The Lady Luck riverboat casino, Natchez, Mississippi, April 14, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_1818
4174. Land cleared for Georgia 400, looking north towards Sandy Springs, Georgia, November 27, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_6411
4175. Lane Whittemore (Left) and Irv Wardlow (Right), publicity photo for Juli Kearns' "Zurama," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 27 - June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_7693
4176. Lanier Oak at Brunswick, Georgia, 1930s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1109
4177. Lanier Oak, at Brunswick, Georgia, 1930s? House in background | XML | gsu_ajc_704
4178. Lanier Oak, at Brunswick, Georgia, 1930s? House in background | XML | gsu_ajc_709
4179. Lanier Oak, at Brunswick, Georgia, 1940s? Oak surrounded by wooden bench, palm in foreground | XML | gsu_ajc_705
4180. Lanier Oak, at Brunswick, Georgia, 1940s? Oak surrounded by wooden bench, palm in foreground | XML | gsu_ajc_707
4181. Lanier Oak, at Brunswick, Georgia, 1940s? Oak surrounded by wooden bench, palms on either side. View towards the marshes | XML | gsu_ajc_706
4182. Lanier Oak, at Brunswick, Georgia, before 1939. Oak surrounded by wooden bench, palms on either side. Seven people are sitting on the benches. View towards the marshes | XML | gsu_ajc_708
4183. Lanna Swindler, photojournalist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, February 28, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_5140
4184. Lant J. Ellers, Ed Watkins' grandson, drinks from a long-handled gourd, Mountain City, Georgia, ca. 1930s; 1940s | XML | gsu_ajc_598
4185. Large bag of kaolin held aloft by a forklift, Georgia Ports Authority's Ocean Terminal, Savannah, Georgia, April 16, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_1695
4186. Last-minute appeal letter written by Jack Potts, asking for a stay of execution, and for asking lawyers Millard Farmer, Andrea I. Young, and Joseph M. Nursey for their continued support, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2870
4187. Late 19th-century house on Government Street, Mobile, Alabama, September 1984 | XML | gsu_ajc_1146
4188. Latest equipment installed in Computer Center at Georgia State College, Atlanta, Georgia, November 12, 1968 | XML | gsu_ajc_639
4189. Laura Bevins holding a rainbow flag, watching the Gay Pride Day parade, Atlanta, Georgia, June 23, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5643
4190. Laura Bevins holding a rainbow flag, watching the Gay Pride Day parade, Atlanta, Georgia, June 23, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5649
4191. Lawyer Margie Pitts Hames (seated, center) joined by Ann Rose (seated, left), Dr. W. Newton Long, and others on anniversary of Doe v Bolton, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_3673
4192. Lawyer Margie Pitts Hames and Dr. Newton Long, seated at table, on the anniversary of Doe v Bolton, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22, 1982. Lynne Randall standing behind Dr. Long | XML | gsu_ajc_3660
4193. Lawyer Margie Pitts Hames joined by others in her office during a celebration of Doe v Bolton success, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_3657
4194. Lawyer Margie Pitts Hames, Dr. Newton Long, Denise McLaughlin, Kay Scott, and a reporter, on anniversary of Doe v Bolton, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22, 1982. Lynne Randall is standing behind Dr. Long | XML | gsu_ajc_3659
4195. Lawyer Margie Pitts Hames, Dr. Newton Long, Denise McLaughlin, Kay Scott, and a reporter, on anniversary of Doe v Bolton, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22, 1982. Lynne Randall is standing behind Dr. Long | XML | gsu_ajc_3669
4196. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6439
4197. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6441
4198. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6443
4199. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6444
4200. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6447
4201. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6448
4202. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6449
4203. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6450
4204. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6453
4205. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6454
4206. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6458
4207. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6460
4208. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6461
4209. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6469
4210. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6470
4211. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6471
4212. Lawyers protesting against the legal establishment's endorsement of Herman Talmadge, Commerce Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 6, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6478
4213. Laying back in general store, Young Harris, Georgia, January 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_7276
4214. Lecturer, product designer, art director, and former Georgia State University professor, Richard Mafong, with his sculpture at an art gallery exhibition, Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, July 17, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4602
4215. Lecturer, product designer, art director, and former Georgia State University professor, Richard Mafong, with his sculpture at an art gallery exhibition, Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, July 17, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4606
4216. Lecturer, product designer, art director, and former Georgia State University professor, Richard Mafong, at an art gallery exhibition for his sculpture work, Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, July 17, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4603
4217. Lecturer, product designer, art director, and former Georgia State University professor, Richard Mafong, at an art gallery exhibition for his sculpture work, Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, July 17, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4619
4218. Lecturer, product designer, art director, and former Georgia State University professor, Richard Mafong, at an art gallery exhibition for his sculpture work, Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, July 17, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4643
4219. Lee Fowler uses the 7040, Georgia State College, Atlanta, Georgia, October 27, 1965 | XML | gsu_ajc_642
4220. Lee Gray at the pottery wheel, Georgia State University, March 20, 1972 | XML | gsu_ajc_543
4221. Lee Milman, Kent Whipple, and Janet Metzger in "Still Life", 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1980s | XML | gsu_ajc_6677
4222. Legislator Betty Jean Clark celebrating her birthday in the Georgia House of Representatives, Atlanta, Georgia, March 13, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_1507
4223. Legislator Joe Mack Wilson, feet on desk, Georgia House of Representatives, Atlanta, Georgia, March 4, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_1505
4224. Legislators Joe Mack Wilson and Sam Nunn, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1971 | XML | gsu_ajc_1508
4225. Leigh VanderEls (center), general manager of Atlanta gay weekly Southern Voice, with Editor Chris Cash (right) and Tim Boyd of advertising sales, Atlanta, Georgia, September 15, 1992 | XML | gsu_ajc_3119
4226. Leo Frank and his wife Lucille in the court room for his murder trial, Georgia, 1913 | XML | gsu_ajc_5626
4227. Leonard Blount discusses his poetry to a group of youth offenders at the Dekalb Regional Youth Development Center, Decatur, Georgia, November 13, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_4130
4228. Leonard Woodcock and Ralph Abernathy leading "Liberation Train" protestors, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5410
4229. Leonard Woodcock and Ralph Abernathy leading "Liberation Train" protestors, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5414
4230. Leonard Woodcock and Ralph Abernathy leading protestors in "Liberation Train", May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5432
4231. Leonard Woodcock and Ralph Abernathy leading protestors in "Liberation Train", May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5434
4232. Leonard Woodcock and Ralph Abernathy leading protestors in "Liberation Train", May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5448
4233. Leonard Woodcock and Ralph Abernathy leading protestors in the "Liberation Train" walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5424
4234. Leonard Woodcock and Ralph Abernathy leading protestors in the "Liberation Train," walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5413
4235. Lesbian and Gay Pride rally at Piedmont Park, Atlanta, Georgia, June 23, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_2960
4236. Lesbian family: Anne Rhodes (right), daughter Satya, and Claudia Brenner, in documentary "Not All Parents Are Straight," Ithaca, New York, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_3122
4237. Lesbian family: Judy Gerber (left); 3-year old Bevan Gerber-Siff; and Judy Siff, Atlanta, Georgia, August 15, 1992 | XML | gsu_ajc_3127
4238. Lesbian mother with her nine-year old daughter, Roswell, Georgia, September 29, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_3056
4239. Lesbian partners Cindy Braithwait (left) and Debby Muehlhausen have decided against starting a family and buying a house in Cobb COunty, Georgia, September 1, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_3065
4240. Leslie Dashen Isaacs, psychotherapist, Atlanta, Georgia, January 20, 1984 | XML | gsu_ajc_4132
4241. Lester Addis walking down a rocky dirt road, rural Georgia (Persimmon Valley, Rabun County), October 1973 | XML | gsu_ajc_787
4242. Lester Maddox (left), Tom Murphy (center), and Ellis Arnall, Atlanta, Georgia, 1980s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1679
4243. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6226
4244. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6228
4245. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6229
4246. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6230
4247. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6231
4248. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6233
4249. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6235
4250. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6236
4251. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6237
4252. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6239
4253. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6240
4254. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6241
4255. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6242
4256. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6243
4257. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6244
4258. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6246
4259. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6247
4260. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6248
4261. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6249
4262. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6252
4263. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6253
4264. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6254
4265. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6255
4266. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6256
4267. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6257
4268. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6258
4269. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6259
4270. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6260
4271. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6261
4272. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6262
4273. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6264
4274. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6265
4275. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6266
4276. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6267
4277. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6268
4278. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6270
4279. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6272
4280. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6273
4281. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6274
4282. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6275
4283. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6276
4284. Lester Maddox and his followers picketing at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6277
4285. Lester Maddox leading his followers to protest at the Atlanta Journal and Constitution Building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6232
4286. Lester Maddox's being interviewed surrounded by his followers at the Atlanta Journal Constitution Building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6269
4287. Lester Maddox's being interviewed surrounded by his followers at the Atlanta Journal Constitution Building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6271
4288. "Let us help defeat him!" banner in prison-tent-factory with amateur depiction of Hitler's picture, Atlanta, Georgia, 1940s | XML | gsu_ajc_532
4289. Letter carrier travels by horse in Georgia, April 7, 1940 | XML | gsu_ajc_469
4290. Lewis Jones looking at the site where the Hickory Log Creek Dam and Reservoir will be built, Cherokee County, Georgia, July 31, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_1470
4291. "Liberation Train" protestors listening to Ralph Abernathy speak, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5438
4292. "Liberation Train" protestors near the Georgia State Capitol building heading northeast on Martin Luther King Dr , Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5440
4293. "Liberation Train" protestors near the Georgia State Capitol building heading northeast on Martin Luther King Dr , Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5442
4294. "Liberation Train" protestors near the Georgia State Capitol building, heading northeast on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive , Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5449
4295. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue in front of S.CL.C. headquarters, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5444
4296. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue looking East, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5429
4297. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5412
4298. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5417
4299. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5418
4300. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5425
4301. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5428
4302. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5430
4303. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5431
4304. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5435
4305. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5436
4306. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5437
4307. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5443
4308. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5450
4309. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Courtland Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5433
4310. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Courtland Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5439
4311. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Courtland Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5446
4312. "Liberation Train" protestors walking down Courtland Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5447
4313. "Liberation Train" protestors walking southwest, down Courtland Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 23, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_5419
4314. Lieutenant Colonel Elbert P. Tuttle, 179th Field Artillery, at Camp Blanding, Florida, July 1941 | XML | gsu_ajc_214
4315. Lieutenant General Johnston (left) and Lieutenant General Graham (right), Graham is retiring after 35 years of service, Fort Gillam, Forest Park, Georgia, July 28, 1985 | XML | gsu_ajc_2379
4316. Lieutenant Governor and Presiding Officer of the State Senate Zell Miller and another man during the Georgia Senate's debate on ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, Atlanta, Georgia, January 21, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4269
4317. Lieutenant Governor and Presiding Officer of the State Senate Zell Miller and another man during the Georgia Senate's debate on ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, Atlanta, Georgia, January 21, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4363
4318. Lighting of Rich's Christmas tree, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1959 | XML | gsu_ajc_1622
4319. Lighting of Rich's Christmas tree, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1963 | XML | gsu_ajc_1624
4320. Lighting of Rich's Christmas tree, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1963 | XML | gsu_ajc_1625
4321. Lighting of Rich's Christmas tree, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1963 | XML | gsu_ajc_1626
4322. Lighting of Rich's Christmas tree, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1969 | XML | gsu_ajc_1623
4323. Linda Brown, daughter of Oliver Brown who was one of 13 plaintiffs in landmark civil rights Supreme Court case, Brown v. Board of Education. This photo is from an unknown source, Topeka, Kansas, 1960s (?) | XML | gsu_ajc_362
4324. Linda Geary (left) and woman wearing a Wonder Woman mask take part in the protest against First Baptist Church's Charles Stanley's remarks concerning AIDS and gays, Cypress Street, Atlanta, Georgia, February 9, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_3228
4325. Lines of applicants waiting for federally assisted public housing, Atlanta Housing Authority, West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_1234
4326. Lion statue at the Marriott Marquis on Peachtree Center Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, July 10, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_4756
4327. Lisa Larkin protesting domestic partner legislation outside City Hall, Atlanta, Georgia, July 6, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_2852
4328. Literature table at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6620
4329. Little 5 Points Pub, Atlanta, Georgia, November 19, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6753
4330. Little 5 Points Pub, Atlanta, Georgia, September 11, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6539
4331. Little girl standing inside a dogwood tree, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_7300
4332. "Little Gray Church," Pro-Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1933 | XML | gsu_ajc_3811
4333. Little league baseball coach and former Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter Leonard Teel hitting some ground balls, Medlock Park, Decatur, Georgia, June 12, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_7250
4334. The Little Red Schoolhouse for Special Children, Inc., College Park (?), Georgia, 1970s | XML | gsu_ajc_1183
4335. LIUNA workers on strike, picketing a hotel construction site, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1975 | XML | gsu_ajc_1257
4336. Live oak tree grove, St. Marys, Georgia, 1930s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1060
4337. Local union president E.A. Demcheck updating picketers on the progress of negotiations during an IAMAW strike against Lockheed, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1958 | XML | gsu_ajc_7750
4338. Lockheed executives discussing a strike by the IAMAW, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1958 | XML | gsu_ajc_7702
4339. Lockheed representatives during strike negotiations, Atlanta, Georgia, May 13, 1958 | XML | gsu_ajc_7694
4340. Locomotive pit, where the International Association of Machinists union was established in 1888, Atlanta, Georgia, 1920s? | XML | gsu_ajc_2474
4341. Lodge at Big Canoe near Tate, Georgia, July 29, 1973 | XML | gsu_ajc_436
4342. Loew's Grand Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia,1952 | XML | gsu_ajc_650
4343. Log rafting on the Savannah River, Georgia, 1943 | XML | gsu_ajc_1100
4344. Log rafting on the Savannah River, Georgia, 1943 | XML | gsu_ajc_1101
4345. Logger Charlie Woods using a horse-drawn sled to move logs to collection point in a Georgia forest, 1944 | XML | gsu_ajc_1006
4346. Logs and mill buildings at the W.M. Ritter Lumber Company, Proctor, North Carolina, 1944 | XML | gsu_ajc_1093
4347. Long-haired country singer at a Honor America Day event, Huntsville, Alabama, February 14, 1974 | XML | gsu_ajc_6350
4348. Long-haired country singers at a Honor America Day event, Huntsville, Alabama, February 14, 1974 | XML | gsu_ajc_6335
4349. Longtime resident of Long Country, Harry Chapman, and his family, Ludowici, Georgia, August 17, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_1820
4350. Lonnie King and wife, Atlanta, Georgia, February 17, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_1024
4351. Lonnie King, unidentified woman, and Martin Luther King, Jr., being arrested during sit-in demonstration protesting lunch-counter segregation, Atlanta, Georgia, October 6, 1960 | XML | gsu_ajc_1026
4352. Looking east on the Municipal Auditorium, now known as Dahlberg Hall, taken from the Hurt Building, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1955 | XML | gsu_ajc_4819
4353. Looking east towards Rich's Department Store, downtown Atlanta, Georgia, 1945 | XML | gsu_ajc_3649
4354. Looking east towards the Techwood Homes public housing, Atlanta, Georgia, 1955? | XML | gsu_ajc_4843
4355. Looking north down Peachtree Road towards the Fox Theater, Atlanta, Georgia, 1960 | XML | gsu_ajc_4808
4356. Looking north from a downtown rooftop over Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1954 | XML | gsu_ajc_3967
4357. Looking north on Peachtree Center Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, July 10, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_4760
4358. Looking north on Peachtree Street at the Winecoff Hotel, today the Ellis Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, 1945 | XML | gsu_ajc_3646
4359. Looking north on Peachtree Street at the Winecoff Hotel, today the Ellis Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, 1945 | XML | gsu_ajc_3651
4360. Looking northeast at the National Bank of Georgia building, now One Park Tower, Atlanta, Georgia, August, 1961 | XML | gsu_ajc_3350
4361. Looking northeast down Peachtree Street, towards the Candler Building, Atlanta, Georgia, 1945 | XML | gsu_ajc_3650
4362. Looking northeast from a downtown rooftop towards the Hurt building, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1954 | XML | gsu_ajc_3963
4363. Looking northeast on the Municipal Auditorium, now known as Dahlberg Hall, taken from the Hurt Building, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1955 | XML | gsu_ajc_4828
4364. Looking northeast towards Dahlberg Hall, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, June 8, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_3500
4365. Looking northeast towards the construction of Grady Memorial Hospitol and Cabbagetown, taken from the roof of the Georgia State Capitol, Atlanta, Georgia, 1955? | XML | gsu_ajc_4842
4366. Looking northwest at 270 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, August, 1961 | XML | gsu_ajc_3647
4367. Looking northwest at 270 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, August, 1961 | XML | gsu_ajc_3652
4368. Looking northwest at the intersection of Marietta Street and Broad Street, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1961 | XML | gsu_ajc_3355
4369. Looking northwest at the National Bank of Georgia building, now One Park Tower, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1961 | XML | gsu_ajc_3349
4370. Looking northwest down Peachtree Street, just before John Portman Boulevard, Atlanta, Georgia, August, 1961 | XML | gsu_ajc_3648
4371. Looking northwest towards Georgia State University's Natural Science Center, Atlanta, Georgia, November 7, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_3510
4372. Looking south down Peachtree Center Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, July 10, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_4758
4373. Looking south from the State Capitol, down Capitol Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1954 | XML | gsu_ajc_4054
4374. Looking south on the Downtown Connector at the Butler Street exit, known now as Jesse Hill Drive, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1964 | XML | gsu_ajc_3722
4375. Looking southeast at Georgia State University Baptist Student Center before renovation, Atlanta, Georgia, June 8, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_3505
4376. Looking southwest at One Park Place, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, August, 1961 | XML | gsu_ajc_3653
4377. Looking southwest on downtown Atlanta, with the Downtown Connector's Cain Street exit in the foreground (now John Wesley Dobbs Avenue), Atlanta, Georgia, October 1964 | XML | gsu_ajc_3687
4378. Looking southwest towards the city, from the Downtown Connector, Atlanta, Georgia, May 8, 1963 | XML | gsu_ajc_3640
4379. Looking west at the Atlanta skyline, with parking lots in the foreground, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1961 | XML | gsu_ajc_3388
4380. Louie Favorite, photojournalist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, February 28, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_5114
4381. Louise Allen tending to her pet Chow Chows, Atlanta, Georgia, August 4, 1969 | XML | gsu_ajc_2893
4382. Lovers Oak, Prince Street, Brunswick, Georgia, 1930s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1059
4383. Low-rent public housing, Atlanta, Georgia, August 2, 1971 | XML | gsu_ajc_1421
4384. Lowell Evjen, president of the Georgia Stadium Corporation, presenting an early architectural model of the Georgia Dome to the US Olympic 1996 Site Selection Committee, World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, February 5, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_4699
4385. Lowndes Building (later, Candler Annex), North Pryor Street, Atlanta, Georgia, June 17, 1949 | XML | gsu_ajc_3972
4386. Lt. Governor Zell Miller addressing crowds at Six Flags Over Georgia, Cobb County, Georgia, March 28, 1975 | XML | gsu_ajc_2281
4387. Lt. Governor Zell Miller addressing crowds at Six Flags Over Georgia, Cobb County, Georgia, March 28, 1975 | XML | gsu_ajc_2294
4388. Lt. Governor Zell Miller addressing crowds at Six Flags Over Georgia, Cobb County, Georgia, March 28, 1975 | XML | gsu_ajc_2295
4389. Lucy Abrams sewing a quilt as a member of the Freedom Quilting Bee, Alberta, Alabama, January 25, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_933
4390. Luis Ferrer (right), with daughter Liza, and partner Jonathan, Atlanta, Georgia, November 7, 1985 | XML | gsu_ajc_3226
4391. Lullwater House, built 1926 for Walter T. Candler, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_2978
4392. Lulu Downs, Michael West and Stacia Fernandez in "Trilogy of Terror," at Up at the Downs Cabaret, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_7596
4393. Lumber mill operates in a mountain area of Georgia, ca. 1940s | XML | gsu_ajc_586
4394. Lumber worker piling pine logs onto truck in pine forest, Georgia, 1959? | XML | gsu_ajc_675
4395. Luther Alverson (center), with wife and daughter, being sworn in as Criminal Court judge by Governor Herman Talmadge, August 1952 | XML | gsu_ajc_1451
4396. Lycett China pieces on display at the Smithsonian, Washington, D.C., March 1939 | XML | gsu_ajc_1186
4397. Lyceum Film Series director Michael Williams, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, March 19, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_3512
4398. Lyn Brannon (left) and her girlfriend, Melissa Fant, have been together for two years, in a store in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, November 8, 1998 | XML | gsu_ajc_3204
4399. M.E. Thompson, during the "Three Governors Controversy," Atlanta, Georgia, 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_1477
4400. M.E. Thompson, one of the three contenders in the "Three Governors Controversy," surrounded by reporters, Atlanta, Georgia, January 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_1336
4401. M.L. Thompson swearing in three state officials, "Three Governors Controversy," Atlanta, Georgia, 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_1521
4402. Machinery in the Edwin I. Hatch Nuclear Plant, Baxley, Georgia, August 20, 1977 | XML | gsu_ajc_6914
4403. Machinery in the Edwin I. Hatch Nuclear Plant, Baxley, Georgia, August 20, 1977 | XML | gsu_ajc_6924
4404. Machinist picketing outside Lockhead factory, Marietta, Georgia, December 20, 1977 | XML | gsu_ajc_7793
4405. Machinist picketing outside Lockhead factory, Marietta, Georgia, December 20, 1977 | XML | gsu_ajc_7806
4406. Machinist Union member demonstrates against Frank Lorenzo | XML | gsu_ajc_284
4407. Machinists member warming his hands on the picket line during the Eastern Airlines Strike, Atlanta, Georgia, March 5, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_7592
4408. Mail carrier with horse-drawn buggy, Alpharetta, Georgia, circa 1890s | XML | gsu_ajc_7328
4409. Mailman on skis after huge snowstorm, Atlanta, Georgia, January 26, 1940 | XML | gsu_ajc_3792
4410. Mailman opening street mailbox, Atlanta, Georgia, July 28, 1940 | XML | gsu_ajc_3791
4411. Main street in Georgia, 1800s | XML | gsu_ajc_943
4412. Maintenance person sweeping sidewalk at the Oakland City-West End Apartments, Atlanta, Georgia, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_1407
4413. Maintenance work on public housing apartment building, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1341
4414. Major General Edward W. Smith, speaking to Reserve officers at the Contact Camp, Fort Benning, Georgia, March 20-21, 1948 | XML | gsu_ajc_57
4415. Majority leader, Thomas Allgood, speaking before the Georgia General Assembly, February 13, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_1452
4416. Malcolm S. Burgess, Sr., founder and president of the Burgess Pigment Company, Macon, Georgia, September 29, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_1696
4417. Mama's Country Showcase, Belvedere Park, Georgia, January 9, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_1716
4418. Man and child in a pro-choice march, Atlanta, Georgia, August 23, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6553
4419. Man and child in a pro-choice march, Atlanta, Georgia, August 23, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6560
4420. Man applying "Buy American" bumper sticker to a car during a Union Auto Workers protest against imported goods, Hapeville, Georgia, August 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6940
4421. Man applying multiple "Buy American" bumper stickers to a car during a Union Auto Workers protest against imported goods, Hapeville, Georgia, August 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6977
4422. Man at microphone, 1980 gay pride celebration, Atlanta, Georgia, June 21, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2598
4423. Man being led away by police officers during the 1980 gay pride celebration, Atlanta, Georgia, June 21, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2586
4424. Man being led away by police officers during the 1980 gay pride celebration, Atlanta, Georgia, June 21, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2591
4425. Man chewing tobacco in the general store, Young Harris, Georgia, January 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_7261
4426. Man dangling from tree top cutting limb with hand-saw, Georgia?, 1940s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1062
4427. Man eating tacos on upper floor of Underground Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia, 1980s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1584
4428. Man fishing in Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park, Pine Mountain, Georgia, April 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_7535
4429. Man hauling a bundle of sorghum cane, Hughes Sorghum Syrup Mill, Blairsville, Georgia, October 1954 | XML | gsu_ajc_5947
4430. Man holds an axe, looking down at turkeys in front of him, November 1940 | XML | gsu_ajc_859
4431. Man holds infant baby chimpanzee in his hand, 1940s? | XML | gsu_ajc_869
4432. Man kneeling and praying at Five-Points MARTA station as part of the Atlanta protests after the announcement of the verdict acquitting Los Angeles Police Department officers in the videotaped assault on African American, Rodney King, Atlanta, Georgia, April 30, 1992 | XML | gsu_ajc_1533
4433. Man on pony opening mailbox, Georgia, April 7, 1940 | XML | gsu_ajc_440
4434. Man playing guitar for a crowd during a protest against Jack Potts' execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4292
4435. Man playing guitar for a crowd during a protest against Jack Potts' execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4311
4436. Man reaching a long wooden board up into locust tree, Georgia, 1930s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1198
4437. Man receives anesthesia from doctor, March 1961 | XML | gsu_ajc_897
4438. Man riding a streetcar, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1948 | XML | gsu_ajc_7550
4439. Man sitting on the edge of a rugged truck bed, Georgia, 1980s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1884
4440. Man speaking during a protest against Jack Potts' execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2846
4441. Man speaking during a protest against Jack Potts' execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4278
4442. Man speaking during a protest against Jack Potts' execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4325
4443. Man speaking during a protest against Jack Potts' execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4327
4444. Man speaking during a protest against Jack Potts' execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4333
4445. Man speaking during a protest against Jack Potts' execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4347
4446. Man speaking into radio microphones and to an enormous crowd on the steps of the State Capitol, during the "Three Governors Controversy," Atlanta, Georgia, 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_1531
4447. Man standing at base of old pine tree, Georgia forest, 1943 | XML | gsu_ajc_1072
4448. Man standing by an old-fashioned vehicle, designed for Six Flags Over Georgia, Austell, Georgia, February 25, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_3945
4449. Man standing by an old-fashioned vehicle, designed for Six Flags Over Georgia, Austell, Georgia, February 25, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_3951
4450. Man standing by old-fashioned vehicles, designed for Six Flags Over Georgia, Austell, Georgia, February 25, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_3952
4451. Man standing on Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. near Morris Brown College, holding an issue of The Final Call with the headline, "A Nation in Crisis!," a periodical published by Louis Farrakhan, Atlanta, Georgia, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_1890
4452. Man standing on pile of yellow poplar logs that will be used to make a training plane veneer during World War II, Georgia, March 1943 | XML | gsu_ajc_710
4453. Man tending to the greenhouse for Six Flags Over Georgia, Austell, Georgia, February 25, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_3949
4454. Man uses horse-drawn carriage over distances to get the mail, Georgia, April 7, 1940 | XML | gsu_ajc_587
4455. Man using an increment borer to determine growth-rate of a pine tree, Georgia, 1940 | XML | gsu_ajc_1057
4456. Man wearing an executioner's black hood in front of Georgia Governor George Busbee's mansion, in an anti-death penalty protest against Jack Potts' scheduled execution, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2905
4457. Man, sitting on his front porch, reading a book, North Georgia, January 7, 1945 | XML | gsu_ajc_477
4458. Management and volunteers handle switchboard duties during an operator strike at Southern Bell, Atlanta, Georgia, April 10, 1952 | XML | gsu_ajc_7784
4459. Management and volunteers handle switchboard duties during an operator strike at Southern Bell, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_7799
4460. Managing Director Lisa Mount in front of 7 Stages Theatre, at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 22, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_7722
4461. Manchester, Georgia, City Manager I.H. Davis inspecting the Manchester Watershed Forest, Manchester, Georgia, March 1939 | XML | gsu_ajc_719
4462. Manning Department Store on Main Street in Alpharetta, Georgia, ca. 1920 | XML | gsu_ajc_498
4463. Mansion at the Turner Broadcasting Techwood Campus, Atlanta, Georgia, March 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6465
4464. Manuel Maloff speaking at the dedication ceremony for the American Cancer Society's national headquarters, Atlanta, Georgia, June 8, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_4768
4465. Manuel Maloof during his campaign for DeKalb County Commission Chairman, Atlanta, Georgia, June 18, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6945
4466. Manuel Maloof during his campaign for DeKalb County Commission Chairman, Atlanta, Georgia, June 18, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6946
4467. Manuel Maloof during his campaign for DeKalb County Commission Chairman, Atlanta, Georgia, June 18, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6949
4468. Manuel Maloof during his campaign for DeKalb County Commission Chairman, Atlanta, Georgia, June 18, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6958
4469. Manuel Maloof during his campaign for DeKalb County Commission Chairman, Atlanta, Georgia, June 18, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6974
4470. Manuel Maloof during his campaign for DeKalb County Commission Chairman, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7070
4471. Manuel Maloof during his campaign for DeKalb County Commission Chairman, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7074
4472. Manuel Maloof during his campaign for DeKalb County Commission Chairman, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7079
4473. Manuel Maloof in his office, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7072
4474. Manuel Maloof in his office, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7081
4475. Manuel Maloof meeting the public during his campaign for DeKalb County Commission Chairman, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7076
4476. Manuel Maloof meeting the public during his campaign for DeKalb County Commission Chairman, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7087
4477. Manuel Maloof on the phone in his office, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7083
4478. Manuel Maloof on the phone in his office, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7088
4479. Manuel Maloof with donkey, outside Manuel's Tavern, part of Maloof's re-election campaign for CEO of DeKalb County, Atlanta, Georgia, October 7, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5701
4480. Manuel Maloof with donkey, outside Manuel's Tavern, part of Maloof's re-election campaign for CEO of DeKalb County, Atlanta, Georgia, October 7, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5705
4481. Manuel Maloof with donkey, outside Manuel's Tavern, part of Maloof's re-election campaign for CEO of DeKalb County, Atlanta, Georgia, October 7, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5706
4482. Manuel Maloof with donkey, outside Manuel's Tavern, part of Maloof's re-election campaign for CEO of DeKalb County, Atlanta, Georgia, October 7, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5708
4483. Manuel Maloof with donkey, outside Manuel's Tavern, part of Maloof's re-election campaign for CEO of DeKalb County, Atlanta, Georgia, October 7, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5709
4484. Manuel Maloof with donkey, outside Manuel's Tavern, part of Maloof's re-election campaign for CEO of DeKalb County, Atlanta, Georgia, October 7, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5711
4485. Manuel Maloof with donkey, outside Manuel's Tavern, part of Maloof's re-election campaign for CEO of DeKalb County, Atlanta, Georgia, October 7, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5712
4486. Manuel Maloof with donkey, outside Manuel's Tavern, part of Maloof's re-election campaign for CEO of DeKalb County, Atlanta, Georgia, October 7, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5713
4487. Manuel Maloof with donkey, outside Manuel's Tavern, part of Maloof's re-election campaign for CEO of DeKalb County, Atlanta, Georgia, October 7, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5718
4488. Manuel Maloof with his promotional material for his DeKalb County Commission Chairman campaign, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7085
4489. Manuel Maloof with his promotional material for his DeKalb County Commission Chairman campaign, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7086
4490. Many a WAC, like the soldier, irons her first shirt after she enlists in the army, United States Army Signal Corps photograph, 1945? | XML | gsu_ajc_2120
4491. Many small monitors being installed within Turner Studios, Atlanta, Georgia, March 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6462
4492. Many small monitors being installed within Turner Studios, Atlanta, Georgia, March 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6473
4493. Many vacancies in Atlanta Housing Authority's buildings, Atlanta, Georgia, June 14, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_1232
4494. Marble, wall-mounted water fountain from 1929, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1984 | XML | gsu_ajc_2468
4495. Marc Gowan, artistic director of OnStage Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_2227
4496. Marcella Maguire, with People for Urban Justice, comforting Anderson McCormick, one homeless man among many being removed from the Imperial Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, July 3, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_5228
4497. Marcella Maguire, with People for Urban Justice, salvaging posters after a housing demonstration for the homeless at the Imperial Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, July 3, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_5231
4498. Marcella Maguire, with People for Urban Justice, salvaging posters after a housing demonstration for the homeless at the Imperial Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, July 3, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_5242
4499. Marchers carrying the "rainbow banner" down 10th Street, during the annual Gay Pride celebrations, Atlanta, Georgia, June 12, 1994 | XML | gsu_ajc_2918
4500. Marchers in the National Pilgrimage for Abolition of the Death Penalty, Monroe County, Georgia, May 14, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_2863
4501. Marchers protesting Freedom Parkway, arriving at their destination, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_4040
4502. Marcia Catron has come to terms with her sister's lesbianism: "To me, she's always going to be my sister. And I'm not going to be ashamed of it," Atlanta, Georgia, November 10, 1992 | XML | gsu_ajc_3116
4503. Margaret Curtis speaking at an Equal Rights Amendment ratification meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, November 23, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_3245
4504. Margaret Curtis speaking at an Equal Rights Amendment ratification meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, November 23, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_3257
4505. Margaret Curtis speaking at an Equal Rights Amendment ratification meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, November 23, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_3260
4506. Margaret Curtis speaking at an Equal Rights Amendment ratification meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, November 23, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_3261
4507. Margaret Curtis speaking at an Equal Rights Amendment ratification meeting, with Cathey Steinberg, seated at right, Atlanta, Georgia, November 23, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_3251
4508. Margaret Curtis speaking at an Equal Rights Amendment ratification meeting, with Cathey Steinberg, seated at right, Atlanta, Georgia, November 23, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_3253
4509. Margaret Curtis speaking at an Equal Rights Amendment ratification meeting, with Cathey Steinberg, seated at right, Atlanta, Georgia, November 23, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_3258
4510. Margaret Curtis, President of People of Faith, Atlanta, Georgia, December 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_1214
4511. Margaret Ferguson and Mark Curtis outside the Academy Theatre under construction, Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, October 13, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_2225
4512. Margaret Mitchell (left) with Lucien Harris and Medora Field Perkerson at reception for Perkerson, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1940 | XML | gsu_ajc_685
4513. Margaret Mitchell buying a war-bond to support the U.S. World War II effort, Atlanta, Georgia, January 1943 | XML | gsu_ajc_689
4514. Margaret Mitchell opening her fan mail, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1949 | XML | gsu_ajc_686
4515. Margaret Mitchell unveils a model of ship, U.S.S. Atlanta, with Atlanta Mayor Hartsfield (right) and T.C.I.-U.S. Steel Corporation president Robert Gregg, Atlanta, Georgia, Janurary 1949 | XML | gsu_ajc_688
4516. Margaret Mitchell with Captain Henry C. Doris (left) and Atlanta Mayor Hartsfield with U.S. flags from one of the ships named the USS Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia, December 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_687
4517. Margaret Mitchell's girlhood home being razed, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1952. Following Mitchell's death in August 1949, and because of a request she had made of her brother Stephens Mitchell, the house was razed in 1952 | XML | gsu_ajc_681
4518. Margaret Mitchell, reading with her father, Atlanta lawyer Eugene Mitchell, Atlanta, Georgia, 1930? | XML | gsu_ajc_684
4519. Margie Edouard (left, in wheelchair) comforts Heidi Deming, at an AIDS march to the Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia, December 3, 1990. Edouard was one of around 100 people arrested at the protest. Protest sponsored by ACT UP for Aids Coalition to Unleash Power | XML | gsu_ajc_255
4520. Margie Pitts Hames (seated, center) joined by others, including Ann Rose (seated, left) and Dr. W. Newton Long, on anniversary of Doe v Bolton, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22, 1982. Lynne Randall is standing behind Dr. Long | XML | gsu_ajc_3658
4521. Margie Pitts Hames and Dr. W. Newton Long seated at table during a press conference on anniversary of Doe v Bolton, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22, 1982. Lynne Randall is standing behind Dr. Long | XML | gsu_ajc_3666
4522. Margie Pitts Hames in her office, Atlanta, Georgia, 1980s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1537
4523. Margie Pitts Hames, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1539
4524. Margie Pitts Hames, Atlanta, Georgia, June 21, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_1538
4525. Margie Pitts Hames, Dr. Newton Long, Denise McLaughlin, and Kay Scott (left to right, seated at table) at press conference on anniversary of Doe v Bolton, Atlanta, Georgia, January 22, 1982. Lynne Randall is standing behind Dr. Long | XML | gsu_ajc_3667
4526. Margo Moorer, Danny harper, Farouq Dawud, and Fuasi Abdul Khala on stage in Robert Earl Price's "Yardbird's Vamp," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 2, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_7172
4527. Marguerite Hannah, Del Hamilton, and Nita Hardy in "O Miranda!" at Theatrical Outfit, Atlanta, Georgia, August 9, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_7162
4528. Marian uses a rivet gun to assemble a bomber in the Bell Bomber Plant, Marietta, Georgia, 1945 | XML | gsu_ajc_488
4529. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6587
4530. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6588
4531. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6590
4532. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6592
4533. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6602
4534. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6603
4535. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6604
4536. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6605
4537. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6612
4538. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6613
4539. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6614
4540. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6622
4541. Marietta chiropractor and member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ed Fields, speaking at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6629
4542. Marietta chiropractor Ed Fields, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, speaking at a rally, Georgia, July 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_982
4543. Marietta Mayor Joe Mack Wilson finishing up his election campaign, Marietta, Georgia, October 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_1504
4544. Marietta Street, Atlanta, Georgia, 1880 | XML | gsu_ajc_2440
4545. Marilyn Hughes (left), with counselors Linda Finley and Bob Deen, at Common Steps, a center for gays and lesbians with addiction disorders, Decatur Hospital, Decatur, Georgia, October 8, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_3049
4546. Marion "Deboe" Lee at hearing over Police Department's infiltration of the Atlanta Voice publication, Atlanta, Georgia, May 29, 1974 | XML | gsu_ajc_3822
4547. Marion "Deboe" Lee, with Assistant Police Chief J.L. Mullins, at hearing over Police Department's infiltration of the Atlanta Voice publication, Atlanta, Georgia, May 29, 1974 | XML | gsu_ajc_3813
4548. Marion Johnson and [Bill Mahan?], photojournalists for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution taking pictures of a Lester Maddox lead protest outside the Atlanta Journal Constitution Building, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6251
4549. Marion Johnson with two other photojournalists for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution taking pictures of a Lester Maddox protest, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6263
4550. Marion Johnson, photojournalist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, February 28, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_5118
4551. Marist second baseman Philip Espinosa after hitting two home runs, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_7428
4552. Mark Childress, posing in the doorway of Bobby and June's Kountry Kitchen, Atlanta, Georgia, August 23, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_1390
4553. Mark Skellie with his 5-year-old son picketing against Freedom Parkway during a public hearing, Atlanta, Georgia, June 8, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_4039
4554. Market interior in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, September 19, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6704
4555. Marlene Johnson in Rebecca Ranson's "Higher Ground: Voices of AIDS," Horizon Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_2240
4556. Marlene Johnson in Rebecca Ranson's "Higher Ground: Voices of AIDS," Horizon Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_2262
4557. Marlene Johnson in Rebecca Ranson's "Higher Ground: Voices of AIDS," Horizon Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_2266
4558. Marlene Johnson in Rebecca Ranson's "Higher Ground: Voices of AIDS," Horizon Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 19, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_2276
4559. Marquee, the Casino, a club on Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, November 10, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_5746
4560. MARTA foreman and gay activist Maria Helena Dolan, Atlanta, Georgia, October 7, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_1905
4561. MARTA rail service to the airport | XML | gsu_ajc_288
4562. MARTA Station at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport | XML | gsu_ajc_286
4563. Martha Berry, Mattie Talmadge, Edith Wilson, and Mrs. Edgar Alexander at a luncheon given in honor of Edith Wilson (Mrs. Woodrow Wilson) by the Women's Democratic Club of Fulton County, Capitol City Club, Atlanta, Georgia, March 20, 1933 | XML | gsu_ajc_3732
4564. Martha Louise Johnson, Maranelle Hatcher, and Marion Majors pose with a wheelbarrow of tobacco, Moultrie, Georgia, July 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_539
4565. Martha Martin at her desk with a typewriter. World War II-era photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, December 28, 1941 | XML | gsu_ajc_1931
4566. Martha Paris with jar of honey; World War II-era photo, Atlanta, Georgia, 1940s | XML | gsu_ajc_1956
4567. Martha Wren Gaines (left) and Ann Rose, in the Georgia Senate Chamber, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1985 | XML | gsu_ajc_2454
4568. "Martin gourds hang thick in Garnett Simmons' yard on Soapstone Mountain," photograph by R.A. Romanes, Stephens County, Georgia, 1930s? | XML | gsu_ajc_478
4569. Martin Luther King (left front) and Lonnie King being arrested at Rich's, Atlanta, Georgia, October 19, 1960 | XML | gsu_ajc_1631
4570. Martin Luther King, Jr. (center, facing camera), his father Martin Luther King, Sr. (to left of King), and his brother Alfred Daniel Williams King (second from left), leaving Fulton County Courthouse, Atlanta, Georgia, February 17, 1960. On the right of the photo are two Fulton County law enforcement officers, Leroy N. Stynchcombe and T. Ralph Grimes | XML | gsu_ajc_261
4571. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Ralph David Abernathy (left) touring an Atlanta, Georgia, slum, January 1966 | XML | gsu_ajc_262
4572. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Mississippi, August 1966 | XML | gsu_ajc_260
4573. Martin Luther King, Jr. with his wife Coretta Scott King, being congratulated by Norway's King Olav and Crown Prince Harald, after receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, Oslo, Norway, December 10, 1964 | XML | gsu_ajc_501
4574. Martin Luther King, Jr., seated at desk, in front of microphones, Atlanta, Georgia, April 26, 1967(?) | XML | gsu_ajc_259
4575. Martin Luther King, Jr., with Rabbi Jacob M. Rothschild, at South's first racially integrated banquet, held at Dinkler Plaza Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, on January 27, 1965, honoring King for winning the Nobel Peace Prize, the year before | XML | gsu_ajc_360
4576. Mary Bowers holding sign, "All of the Taxes, None of the Rights," in the Gay Pride Day parade, Atlanta, Georgia, June 23, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5613
4577. Mary Bowers holding sign, "Gay and Proud 365 Days a Year," in the Gay Pride Day parade, Atlanta, Georgia, June 23, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5647
4578. Mary Humphries in evening gown, Atlanta, Georgia, October 19, 1941 | XML | gsu_ajc_1951
4579. Masked KKK members, holding torches, at a nighttime rally, Georgia, June 1960 | XML | gsu_ajc_976
4580. Masked Ku Klux Klan members picketing The Atlanta Constitution in the autumn of 1938, Atlanta, Georgia | XML | gsu_ajc_973
4581. Matthew Shelton (Right) and Carol Mitchel (Left), publicity photo for Mathew Shelton's "Food For The Moon," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12 - 21, 1985 | XML | gsu_ajc_7667
4582. Maureen Crotty, in "Ordo virtutum," Kelly's Seed & Feed Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_824
4583. Maurice Wolfgang playing his accordion, another muscian plays a guitar, in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5527
4584. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5505
4585. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5506
4586. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5507
4587. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5508
4588. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5512
4589. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5515
4590. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5520
4591. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5522
4592. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5523
4593. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5524
4594. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5528
4595. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5529
4596. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5530
4597. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5531
4598. Maurice Wolfgang playing the accordion in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5533
4599. Maury Weil, senior advisor to the mayor on gay-lesbian community relations, at his home off of Lullwater Road, Atlanta, Georgia, March 22, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_3118
4600. Mausoleum entrance, Oakland Cemetary, Atlanta, Georgia, October 29, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7071
4601. Mausoleum entrance, Oakland Cemetary, Atlanta, Georgia, October 29, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7073
4602. Mausoleum entrance, Oakland Cemetary, Atlanta, Georgia, October 29, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7075
4603. Mausoleum entrance, Oakland Cemetary, Atlanta, Georgia, October 29, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7082
4604. Mausoleum entrance, Oakland Cemetary, Atlanta, Georgia, October 29, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7084
4605. Maynard Jackson addresses the press and supporters after qualifying for the Mayor's race, City Hall, Atlanta, Georgia, August 14, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_3497
4606. Maynard Jackson and Valerie Richardson Jackson, Atlanta, Georgia, 1976? | XML | gsu_ajc_999
4607. Maynard Jackson and wife, Valarie Richardson, on election night, Atlanta, Georgia, October 4, 1977 | XML | gsu_ajc_4123
4608. Maynard Jackson at his first press conference as Mayor, Atlanta, Georgia, January 1974 | XML | gsu_ajc_1000
4609. Maynard Jackson dressed as Santa Claus, Atlanta, Georgia, December 23, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_3494
4610. Maynard Jackson's press conference, announcing the agreement to end firefighters' discrimination lawsuit, Atlanta city officials and representatives of firefighters, Atlanta, Georgia, October 8, 1979 | XML | gsu_ajc_4714
4611. Maynard Jackson, clearing kudzu at first "Annual Great Park Cross Country Run and Kudzu Kaper," Atlanta, Georgia, August 6, 1978 | XML | gsu_ajc_3499
4612. Mayor Andrew Young and former Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. in Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5852
4613. Mayor Andrew Young and former Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. in Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5905
4614. Mayor Andrew Young and former Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. in Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5910
4615. Mayor Andrew Young atop the 10 Park Place building, overlooking Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5864
4616. Mayor Andrew Young atop the 10 Park Place building, overlooking Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5902
4617. Mayor Andrew Young atop the 10 Park Place building, overlooking Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5903
4618. Mayor Andrew Young atop the 10 Park Place building, overlooking Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5911
4619. Mayor Andrew Young with former Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr., atop the 10 Park Place building, overlooking Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_5854
4620. Mayor Andy Young (left), with former Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson, Atlanta, Georgia, March 8, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_3493
4621. Mayor Ivan Allen and Margeurite Bridges examine a dogwood tree, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1969 | XML | gsu_ajc_3728
4622. Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. in front of a backdrop of Atlanta skyline, Atlanta, Georgia, November, 28, 1961 | XML | gsu_ajc_2882
4623. Mayor Maynard Jackson discusses progress on the construction of the Atlanta-Fulton County Public Library main building, with Librarian Ella Yates, Atlanta, Georgia, April 30, 1979 | XML | gsu_ajc_3495
4624. Mayor Maynard Jackson greets Muhammad Ali in center of boxing ring (left image). In image on right, Jackson watches Julian Bond (right) count Ali down, Atlanta, Georgia, January 1975 | XML | gsu_ajc_3507
4625. Mayor Maynard Jackson meeting Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor Reg Murphy, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12, 1973 | XML | gsu_ajc_7036
4626. Mayor Maynard Jackson, speaking before a microphone, Atlanta, Georgia, October 26, 1976 | XML | gsu_ajc_4121
4627. Mayor-elect Maynard Jackson (left) presents Dan Sweat with copy of report, Atlanta, Georgia, December 20, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_3490
4628. Measuring pulpwood pile, Georgia, 1940 | XML | gsu_ajc_1197
4629. Mechanic inspecting the engine of an "observation plane," Fort Benning, Georgia, 1937? | XML | gsu_ajc_36
4630. Mediators confering during the Lockheed strike, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1958 | XML | gsu_ajc_7700
4631. Medical personnel and fire fighters removing bodies from the Terminal Hotel Fire, Atlanta,Georgia, May 17, 1938 | XML | gsu_ajc_7437
4632. Medical personnel bringing out a body after a fire, Atlanta, Georgia, May 17, 1938 | XML | gsu_ajc_7339
4633. Medical personnel bringing out a body after a fire, Atlanta, Georgia, May 17, 1938 | XML | gsu_ajc_7434
4634. Mel Tormç, singing on stage, 1980s? | XML | gsu_ajc_3345
4635. Melita Easters (left) and Cathy Steinberg during a fund raiser at Easter's house, Atlanta, Georgia, June 16, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_3014
4636. Melita Easters (left) and Cathy Steinberg during a fund raiser at Easter's house, Atlanta, Georgia, June 16, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_3020
4637. Member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan at a KKK rally in Buchanan, Georgia, June 20, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_6595
4638. Members from the Emory University group G.L.O.B.A.L. and other participants of the 25th annual Gay Pride Parade marching north on Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, June 25, 1995 | XML | gsu_ajc_4244
4639. Members from the Emory University group G.L.O.B.A.L. and other participants of the 25th annual Gay Pride Parade marching north on Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, June 25, 1995 | XML | gsu_ajc_4249
4640. Members from the Georgia State House of Representatives during their vote on the ratification for the ERA, Atlanta, Georgia, January 20, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_4264
4641. Members from the Georgia State House of Representatives during their vote on the ratification for the ERA, Atlanta, Georgia, January 20, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_4280
4642. Members from the Georgia State House of Representatives during their vote on the ratification for the ERA, Atlanta, Georgia, January 20, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_4302
4643. Members from the Georgia State House of Representatives during their vote on the ratification for the ERA, Atlanta, Georgia, January 20, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_4321
4644. Members from the Georgia State House of Representatives during their vote on the ratification of the ERA, Atlanta, Georgia, January 20, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_4303
4645. Members from Trikone and other participants in the 25th annual Gay Pride Parade marching north on Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, June 25, 1995 | XML | gsu_ajc_4253
4646. Members of "Straight but Not Narrow," established in 1991 by Emily Nussbaum,meet at the Bridgetown Grill in Little Five Points, Atlanta, Georgia, March 16, 1992 | XML | gsu_ajc_2959
4647. Members of a United States women's swim team during the 1996 Olympics, Atlanta, Georgia, 1996 | XML | gsu_ajc_5158
4648. Members of Albert Coleman's Atlanta Pops Orchestra, Atlanta, Georgia, 1947? | XML | gsu_ajc_1029
4649. Members of Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers picketing outside a rail yard, Atlanta, Georgia, September 19, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_7717
4650. Members of Cobb N.O.W. at Allstate protest, Georgia, November 24, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_379
4651. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1959
4652. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1960
4653. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1962
4654. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1968
4655. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1972
4656. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1974
4657. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1975
4658. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1982
4659. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1983
4660. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1987
4661. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1992
4662. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1993
4663. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1995
4664. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1996
4665. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1999
4666. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2000
4667. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2001
4668. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2010
4669. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2011
4670. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2013
4671. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2015
4672. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2016
4673. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2025
4674. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2028
4675. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2039
4676. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2040
4677. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2043
4678. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2044
4679. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2047
4680. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2048
4681. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2049
4682. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2052
4683. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2053
4684. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2054
4685. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2055
4686. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2057
4687. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2059
4688. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2065
4689. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2066
4690. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2068
4691. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2071
4692. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2072
4693. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2076
4694. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2077
4695. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2079
4696. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2080
4697. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2086
4698. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2088
4699. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2089
4700. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2095
4701. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2096
4702. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2100
4703. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2101
4704. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2104
4705. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2106
4706. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2110
4707. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2114
4708. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2115
4709. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2119
4710. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2121
4711. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2123
4712. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2133
4713. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2140
4714. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2141
4715. Members of Georgia Action / ACORN during a protest of absentee landlords and poorly maintained vacant housing, Atlanta, Georgia, April 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2150
4716. Members of maintenance workers union cheer after contract settlement reached with Atlanta Housing Authority, Atlanta, Georgia, November 9, 1978 | XML | gsu_ajc_1358
4717. Members of singing group Kasheem await their turn on stage on "Amateur Night," Apollo Theater, Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_2531
4718. Members of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) at the Olympics-Out-of-Cobb protest, Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, February 27, 1994 | XML | gsu_ajc_4667
4719. Members of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) at the Olympics-Out-of-Cobb protest, Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, February 27, 1994 | XML | gsu_ajc_4676
4720. Members of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) at the Olympics-Out-of-Cobb protest, Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, February 27, 1994 | XML | gsu_ajc_4680
4721. Members of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) at the Olympics-Out-of-Cobb protest, Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, February 27, 1994 | XML | gsu_ajc_4682
4722. Members of the Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 732 prepare for a strike vote, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_7775
4723. Members of the Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 732 taking a strike vote, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1950 | XML | gsu_ajc_7735
4724. Members of the Bakery, Confectionary and Tobacco Union, Local No. 42, protest the plight of women under the Ronald Reagan administration. International Women's Day march and rally, sponsored by the Metropolitan Atlanta chapter of the Coalition of Labor Union Women, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1984 | XML | gsu_ajc_173
4725. Members of the Building Services Employees International Union picket outside the Atlanta National Building, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1950 | XML | gsu_ajc_7729
4726. Members of the Kennesaw College Opera Theatre rehearsing for Carlisle Floyd's "Susannah", Kennesaw State University (then Kennesaw College), May 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_6736
4727. Members of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) marching past the Carter/Mondale election headquarters, Tuscumbia, Alabama, September 1, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_984
4728. Members of the Lampados Club (pledges) of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, March 10, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_3425
4729. Members of the Lampados Club (pledges) of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, March 10, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_3427
4730. Members of the Lampados Club (pledges) of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, March 10, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_3428
4731. Members of the Lampados Club (pledges) of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, March 10, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_3433
4732. Members of the Major General Samuel Elbert Chapter Daughters American Revolution, Tennille, Georgia, place wreath on Elbert's tomb, Savannah, Georgia, March 10, 1924 | XML | gsu_ajc_1156
4733. Members of the Southern Theater Conspiracy posing around a military ambulance, with founder Eddie Levi Lee in the driver's seat, Atlanta, Georgia, July 28, 1983 | XML | gsu_ajc_4135
4734. Members of the United Youth-Adult Conference canvass John Hope Homes housing development to pass out AIDS information, Atlanta, Georgia, August 22, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_3315
4735. Members of Tri-Cities Girls Club practice for puppet show, East Point, Georgia, May 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_1182
4736. Men and a dog surrounding a street car after an ice storm, Gainesville, Georgia, January 31, 1908 | XML | gsu_ajc_2390
4737. Men at exterior of Paschal's Motor Hotel and Restaurant (831 West Hunter Street), Atlanta, Georgia, October 1, 1978 | XML | gsu_ajc_1398
4738. Men cleaning up tornado debris, Warner Robins, Georgia, April 1953 | XML | gsu_ajc_5934
4739. Men counting $700,000 of ransom money for Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor Reg Murphy, Atlanta, Georgia, February 23, 1974 | XML | gsu_ajc_7037
4740. Men counting $700,000 of ransom money for Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor Reg Murphy, Atlanta, Georgia, February 23, 1974 | XML | gsu_ajc_7040
4741. Men counting $700,000 of ransom money for Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor Reg Murphy, Atlanta, Georgia, February 23, 1974 | XML | gsu_ajc_7045
4742. Men inspecting the damage to the Hebrew Benevolent Congregation (later known as simply The Temple) following a racially motivated bombing, Atlanta, Georgia, October 12, 1958 | XML | gsu_ajc_5995
4743. Men next to an American flag during Union Auto Workers protest against imported goods, Hapeville, Georgia, August 30, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6929
4744. Men tapping a pine tree to make pine resin or turpentine at the Pine Tree Festival, Swainsboro, Georgia, April 25, 1952 | XML | gsu_ajc_7512
4745. Men using their hats to fan woman who has fainted at the Georgia State Capitol, during the "Three Governors Controversy," Atlanta, Georgia, 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_1512
4746. Men's fashion photograph for Tommy Hilfiger, 1990s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1554
4747. Menorahs among the debris at the Hebrew Benevolent Congregation (later known as simply The Temple) following a racially motivated bombing, Atlanta, Georgia, October 12, 1958 | XML | gsu_ajc_6012
4748. Mercer University Columbus Roberts Professor of Christian Ethics Joseph M. Hendricks, Macon, Georgia, August 1979 | XML | gsu_ajc_1571
4749. Merry Mutes host Dick Van Dyke reading a magazine with a blond woman, Atlanta, Georgia, early 1950s | XML | gsu_ajc_7444
4750. Methodist bishop Arthur J. Moore standing in front of a map of Korea, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_7496
4751. Methodist Bishop Arthur James Moore working at his desk, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_7510
4752. Methodist Bishop Arthur James Moore, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_7490
4753. Metropolitan Community Church, Atlanta, Georgia, November 16, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2402
4754. Metropolitan Pangratios (second from left), a Greek bishop of the archdiocese of Vasiloupolis, N.Y., anointed Blessed (later "Saint") John the Wonderworker Orthodox Church, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_2477
4755. Mexican painter Octavio Ocampo in front of his painting The Last Supper, on display at the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_318
4756. Miami riots, cartoon by Don Wright, editorial cartoon exhibition, Urban Life Building, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, September 20, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_3455
4757. Michael Dukakis supporter marching outside the Democratic National Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, July 18, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_7386
4758. Michael Hardwick and his attorney Kathy Wilde (center) applaud Abby Rubenfeld after she spoke to the Atlanta Business and Professional Guild, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_2945
4759. Michael Hardwick, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_2943
4760. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4465
4761. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, speaking to the Atlanta Business and Professional Guild, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4411
4762. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, speaking to the Atlanta Business and Professional Guild, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4415
4763. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, speaking to the Atlanta Business and Professional Guild, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4421
4764. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, speaking to the Atlanta Business and Professional Guild, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4438
4765. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, speaking to the Atlanta Business and Professional Guild, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4456
4766. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, speaking to the Atlanta Business and Professional Guild, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4464
4767. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, speaking to the Atlanta Business and Professional Guild, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4476
4768. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, speaking to the Atlanta Business and Professional Guild, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4478
4769. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, speaking to the Atlanta Business and Professional Guild, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4484
4770. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, speaking to the Atlanta Business and Professional Guild, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4516
4771. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, with his lawyer Kathy Wilde, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4458
4772. Michael Hardwick, defendant in the Georgia sodomy case Bowers v. Hardwick, with his lawyer Kathy Wilde, Colony Square, Atlanta, Georgia, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4505
4773. Michael Jackson and three of his brothers in the "Victory Tour," which came to Atlanta, Georgia, on October 26 and 27, 1984 | XML | gsu_ajc_810
4774. Michael Jackson as California Raisin, July 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_808
4775. Michael Jackson on stage at the Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium in his "Victory Tour," Atlanta, Georgia. October 26 and 27, 1984 | XML | gsu_ajc_813
4776. Michael Jackson on stage at the Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium in his "Victory Tour," Atlanta, Georgia. October 26 and 27, 1984 | XML | gsu_ajc_814
4777. Michael Jackson talks live via satellite at Carver High School, for The Atlanta Project's immunization program, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_809
4778. Michael Jackson's book "Moonwalk," Atlanta, Georgia, May 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_811
4779. Michael Keck and Tony Vaughn in Fred Gamel's "Wasted," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1, 1984 | XML | gsu_ajc_7168
4780. Michael Keck in Fred Gamel's "Wasted," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, March 22 - April 21, 1984 | XML | gsu_ajc_7163
4781. Michael Keck, George Nikas, and Faye Allen modeling costumes from JIm Grimsley's "Earthlings," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, January 1984 | XML | gsu_ajc_7595
4782. Michael Norris, right, leads a group of 100 people Monday at Emory University's campus, demanding stronger measures to prevent harassment of gay, lesbian and bisexual students, Atlanta, Georgia, March 2, 1992 | XML | gsu_ajc_1645
4783. Michael Stipe and R.E.M. in concert at the Fox Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, November 24, 1987 | XML | gsu_ajc_2929
4784. Michael Stipe of R.E.M. sings, while Pete Buck plays guitar, Omni, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_2934
4785. Michael Stipe of R.E.M. standing in front of a poster for a concert that was supposed to have taken place at the Anfiteater Budkova Cesta on June 8, 1990, Bratislava, Slovakia. However, the concert was rained out | XML | gsu_ajc_2933
4786. Michael Stipe of R.E.M., Omni Coliseum, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_2932
4787. Michael Stipe with R.E.M., Georgia, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2930
4788. Michael Vaughn, gay member of All Saints' Episcopal Church, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_3053
4789. Michael Vaughn, landscaper, gay member of All Saints' Episcopal Church, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5256
4790. Michael Vaughn, landscaper, gay member of All Saints' Episcopal Church, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5262
4791. Michael Vaughn, landscaper, gay member of All Saints' Episcopal Church, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5263
4792. Michael Vaughn, landscaper, gay member of All Saints' Episcopal Church, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5267
4793. Micheal Jackson in a CNN news conference, airing at The Varsity, Atlanta, Georgia, December 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_812
4794. Michelle Martin, co-chair of Atlanta GLAAD, outside the offices of ETC Magazine, Atlanta, Georgia, March 18, 1992 | XML | gsu_ajc_2974
4795. Middle East or South Asia market place viewed from inside the net of a burqa, photograph by Jean Shifrin, 1992 | XML | gsu_ajc_1785
4796. Midtown Playhouse at 10th and Peachtree streets, Atlanta, Georgia, September 8, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_3820
4797. Mike Crain, photojournalist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, February 28, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_5128
4798. Mike Grimes paring leather for book binding, National Library Bindery Company of Georgia, Roswell, Georgia, November 1, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_1942
4799. Mike Jameson entering the offices of the Metropolitan Gazette, Atlanta, Georgia, November 16, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2400
4800. Mike Jameson in the office of the Metropolitan Gazette, Atlanta, Georgia, November 16, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_2409
4801. Mike Mescon, Chair of the Management Department, Georgia State University, November 10, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_4795
4802. Mike Mescon, Chair of the Management Department, Georgia State University, November 10, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_4799
4803. Mike Mills, with R.E.M., concert, Omni, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_2936
4804. Mildred Arnall, former First Lady of Georgia, cutting cake, June 21, 1961 | XML | gsu_ajc_329
4805. Military Police Large and Anderson at Jonesboro Road gate, Fort Gillem, Forest Park, Georgia, 1993s | XML | gsu_ajc_2336
4806. Military Police Large and Ford salute passing cars onto Fort Gillem, Forest Park, Georgia, June 24, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_2361
4807. Military vehicles of the 101st Airborne Division bound for Saudi Arabia stop at Fort Gillem, Forest Park, Georgia, August 23, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_2352
4808. Millard Farmer (in white suite), leaving the courthouse with Andrea Young and Joe Nursey, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2710
4809. Millard Farmer (in white suite), leaving the courthouse with Andrea Young and Joe Nursey, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2711
4810. Millard Farmer (in white suite), leaving the courthouse with Andrea Young and Joe Nursey, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2716
4811. Millard Farmer (in white suite), leaving the courthouse with Andrea Young and Joe Nursey, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2722
4812. Millard Farmer (in white suite), leaving the courthouse with Andrea Young and Joe Nursey, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2757
4813. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2676
4814. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2679
4815. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2707
4816. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2708
4817. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2709
4818. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2740
4819. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2741
4820. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2742
4821. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2750
4822. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2759
4823. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2764
4824. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2771
4825. Millard Farmer addressing the media outside the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth circuit, following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2773
4826. Millard Farmer hugging a woman upon reading Jack Potts' appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 4, 2012 | XML | gsu_ajc_4407
4827. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2779
4828. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2780
4829. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2781
4830. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2782
4831. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2783
4832. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2784
4833. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2785
4834. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2786
4835. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2787
4836. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2788
4837. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2789
4838. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2790
4839. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2792
4840. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2793
4841. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2794
4842. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2795
4843. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2796
4844. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2797
4845. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2798
4846. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2799
4847. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2801
4848. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2802
4849. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2803
4850. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2804
4851. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2806
4852. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2807
4853. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2808
4854. Millard Farmer in his office discussing Jack Potts' decision to drop his appeal, Atlanta, Georgia, June 9, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2809
4855. Millard Farmer, leaving the courthouse following a hearing for convicted murderer, Jack Potts, Atlanta, Georgia, June 10, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2728
4856. Milledgeville State Hospital's semi-private ward, Milledgeville, Georgia, February 25, 1940 | XML | gsu_ajc_5812
4857. Milton Granger, composer of "Uncharted Waters," Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, July 6, 1992 | XML | gsu_ajc_5609
4858. Milton High School teacher Carol Call teaches a sex education class, Alpharetta, Georgia, January 28, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_2627
4859. Mineral formations in Sitton's Cave, in the Cloudland Canyon State Park, Georgia, May 1959 | XML | gsu_ajc_1051
4860. Minla Linn, photojournalist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, February 28, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_5135
4861. Miram Edwards and Faye Allen in Michael McClure's "Josephine: The Mouse Singer," at 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, September 26, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_7706
4862. Mirror made from broken glass in a homeless living area behind the Omni Coliseum, Atlanta, Georgia, August 3, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_5081
4863. Miss Essie Standridge was bitten by a rabid fox, Wilcox County, Georgia, January 28, 1945 | XML | gsu_ajc_470
4864. Miss Gay USA 1990, Cezanne, riding in the Gay Pride Day parade, Atlanta, Georgia, June 23, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5652
4865. Miss Gay USA 1991, Sable Chanel, riding in the Gay Pride Day parade, Atlanta, Geogia, June 23, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5611
4866. Miss Gay USA 1991, Sable Chanel, riding in the Gay Pride Day parade, Atlanta, Geogia, June 23, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5636
4867. Miss Gay USA 1991, Sable Chanel, riding in the Gay Pride Day parade, Atlanta, Geogia, June 23, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_5646
4868. Missile fired out of U.S. military plane parachutes to ground, 1940 | XML | gsu_ajc_1033
4869. Mississippi delegate to the the Democratic National Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, July 18, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_7413
4870. Mississippi State quarterback, John Bond, passes over Memphis State defender, Michael Joe Cannon, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_2492
4871. Mobile maintenance shop trailer at the Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, Georgia, October 28, 1960 | XML | gsu_ajc_2377
4872. Mobile maintenance shop trailer at the Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, Georgia, October 28, 1960 | XML | gsu_ajc_2383
4873. The Model Cities complex located at Georgia and Capitol avenues, with the Atlanta Stadium in the background, Atlanta, Georgia, June 22, 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_1404
4874. Model for the renovation and expansion of 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, October 27, 1994 | XML | gsu_ajc_4739
4875. Models posing around a scale, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_7526
4876. Modern hand-colored print of Franklin Delano Roosevelt parked in his Plymouth PA Phaeton in front of his retreat home, the Little White House, Warm Springs, Georgia, the photograph was taken sometime after 1933 | XML | gsu_ajc_1842
4877. Molly Yard speaking at the NOW celebration "Take Back the Roses: A Remembrance and Celebration," Atlanta, Georgia, October 3, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_2536
4878. Moments before his death, Tom Fox is surrounded by grieving loved ones. At his side are his mother, Doris, his father, Bob Fox, Sr., his older brother, Bob Jr., and his younger brother, John, Sacred Heart Hospital, Eugene, Oregon, Jully 11, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_1764
4879. Monitors being installed within Turner Studios, Atlanta, Georgia, March 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6472
4880. Monitors being installed within Turner Studios, Atlanta, Georgia, March 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6475
4881. Monument honoring Chief Sequoyah of the Cherokee Indian Nation. Calhoun, Georgia. September 1932 | XML | gsu_ajc_533
4882. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. African-American woman in what looks like a city office with law-book series and maps | XML | gsu_ajc_1305
4883. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Apartment building, possibly Monroe or Atlanta, Georgia, July 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1326
4884. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Burial of George Dorsey and his sister Dorothy Dorsey Malcom in the Mount Perry Baptist Church cemetery in Bishop, Georgia, July 28, 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1304
4885. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Cemetery where one of the four victime, Mae Murry Dorsey is said to be burried, Monroe, Georgia, December 16, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_1393
4886. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Coffins of African-American lynching victims George W. Dorsey and his sister Dorothy Dorsey Malcom, Mount Perry Baptist Church, Bishop, Georgia, July 28, 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1312
4887. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Country road with houses and cotton field, two FBI or Georgia Bureau of Investigation agents questioning a farmer in relation to the lynching of four African Americans, Walton County, Georgia, July 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1319
4888. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Dirt road in Walton County, Georgia, one in a series of photographs of the site and scene of the mass lynching of four African Americans, July 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1318
4889. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Downtown Monroe, Georgia | XML | gsu_ajc_1327
4890. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Downtown Monroe, Georgia | XML | gsu_ajc_1328
4891. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Downtown Monroe, Georgia | XML | gsu_ajc_1329
4892. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Downtown Monroe, Georgia | XML | gsu_ajc_1330
4893. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Funeral services for African-American lynching victims George W. Dorsey and his sister Dorothy Dorsey Malcom. Mourners walking past the open coffin, Mount Perry Baptist Church, Bishop, Georgia, July 28, 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1301
4894. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Graves of the victims; family and community members at graveside, Georgia, July 28, 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1300
4895. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Graves of the victims; family and community members at graveside, Georgia, July 28, 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1310
4896. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Graves of the victims; family and community members at graveside, Georgia, July 28, 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1314
4897. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Looking towards a farm-house | XML | gsu_ajc_1321
4898. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Mourners leaving Mt. Perry Baptist Church with flag-draped coffin of lynching victim George W. Dorsey, Bishop, Georgia, July 28, 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1315
4899. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Mourners leaving Mt. Perry Baptist Church with flag-draped coffin of lynching victim George W. Dorsey, Bishop, Georgia, July 28, 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1316
4900. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Reverend Joseph Ingram, Mount Perry Baptist Church, delivering the eulogy for lynching victims George W. Dorsey and his sister Dorothy Dorsey Malcom, Bishop, Georgia, July 28, 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1313
4901. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Site of the bridge where the murders took place, Walton County, Georgia, December 16, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_1394
4902. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Two unidentified men; man on left is wearing a gun in a holster, Monroe, Georgia, July 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1331
4903. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Unidentified brick house, Walton County (?), Georgia, July 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1324
4904. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Unidentified brick house, Walton County (?), Georgia, July 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1325
4905. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Unidentified man | XML | gsu_ajc_1307
4906. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Unidentified man | XML | gsu_ajc_1309
4907. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Unidentified man and child | XML | gsu_ajc_1311
4908. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Unidentified man pointing his cane at hole, Walton County, Georgia | XML | gsu_ajc_1317
4909. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Unidentified man sitting at office desk. Papers on desk have letterheads: "The Department of Education, Atlanta, Georgia" and Georgia Power Company, Atlanta." | XML | gsu_ajc_1308
4910. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Unidentified man, wearing 1940s necktie | XML | gsu_ajc_1303
4911. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Unidentified seated man in a home library; cabinet radio in background | XML | gsu_ajc_1302
4912. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Walton County Court House, Monroe, Georgia, July 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1323
4913. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Walton County, Georgia Coroner W.T. "Tom" Brown, next to a cotton field, July 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1322
4914. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Women gathered at a well outside of Mount Perry Baptist Church at the funeral of George W. Dorsey and his sister Dorothy Dorsey Malcom, Bishop, Georgia, July 28, 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1320
4915. Moore's Ford Bridge mass lynching, July 25, 1946. Young Funeral Home, Monroe, Georgia, July 1946 | XML | gsu_ajc_1306
4916. Moorylien Jenkins and David Kelly, National Coming Out Day, at the Atlanta Gay Center, Atlanta, Georgia, October 11, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_2952
4917. More than 1,000 students standing on a football field in formation, Paul D. West Middle School, East Point, Georgia | XML | gsu_ajc_1592
4918. Morehouse College Glee Club director Dr. Wendell P. Whalum, Atlanta, Georgia, October 13, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_1642
4919. Morganna Roberts, exotic dancer also known as the "Kissing Bandit," Atlanta, Georgia, September 6, 1969 | XML | gsu_ajc_4170
4920. Morganna Roberts, exotic dancer also known as the "Kissing Bandit," being led off the field after kissing New Orleans Saints' quarterback, Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 7, 1986 | XML | gsu_ajc_4161
4921. Mormon temple groundbreaking ceremony, Barfield Road, Atlanta, Georgia, March 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_2992
4922. Mormon temple groundbreaking ceremony, Barfield Road, Atlanta, Georgia, March 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_2993
4923. Mormon temple groundbreaking ceremony, Barfield Road, Atlanta, Georgia, March 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_2997
4924. Mormon temple groundbreaking ceremony, Barfield Road, Atlanta, Georgia, March 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_3000
4925. Mormon temple groundbreaking ceremony, Barfield Road, Atlanta, Georgia, March 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_3002
4926. Mormon temple groundbreaking ceremony, Barfield Road, Atlanta, Georgia, March 7, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_3004
4927. Morning fog surrounding the downtown skyline, looking south from One Atlantic Center, Atlanta, Georgia, November 14, 1988 | XML | gsu_ajc_4101
4928. Mother and daughter walking in a pro-choice march, Atlanta, Georgia, August 23, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6571
4929. Mother and daughter walking in a pro-choice march, Atlanta, Georgia, August 23, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6578
4930. Mother and her children in front of their home, Georgia, September 1, 1945 | XML | gsu_ajc_7060
4931. Mother and sisters of murder victim Mary Phagan, Georgia, after 1913 | XML | gsu_ajc_5619
4932. Mother and sisters of murder victim Mary Phagan, Georgia, after 1913 | XML | gsu_ajc_5630
4933. Mother and son, Mamie and George McHammon, admiring a Spanish-moss draped live oak on Georgia coast, 1930s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1108
4934. Mother and two children get apartment in public housing, College Park, Georgia, February 2, 1989 | XML | gsu_ajc_1348
4935. Mother feeding infant canned food, Georgia, December 12, 1945 | XML | gsu_ajc_7063
4936. Mother pushes children in tree-swing, Techwood Homes, Atlanta, Georgia, March 17, 1982 | XML | gsu_ajc_1274
4937. Mother resting with infant in a stroller, Georgia, January 12, 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_7064
4938. Mother Teresa visiting the Gift of Grace House, a home for women with AIDS her order opened in 1994, Atlanta, Georgia, June 13, 1995 | XML | gsu_ajc_4310
4939. Mother Teresa visiting the Gift of Grace House, a home for women with AIDS her order opened in 1994, Atlanta, Georgia, June 13, 1995 | XML | gsu_ajc_4351
4940. Mother Teresa visiting the Gift of Grace House, a home for women with AIDS her order opened in 1994, Atlanta, Georgia, June 13, 1995 | XML | gsu_ajc_4355
4941. Mother Teresa visiting the Gift of Grace House, a home for women with AIDS her order opened in 1994, Atlanta, Georgia, June 13, 1995 | XML | gsu_ajc_4362
4942. Mother Teresa waving from a car window, Atlanta, Georgia, June 13, 1995 | XML | gsu_ajc_4324
4943. Mother Teresa waving from a car window, Atlanta, Georgia, June 13, 1995 | XML | gsu_ajc_4385
4944. Mother with infant in a stroller, Georgia, January 12, 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_7055
4945. Mothers with infants in strollers, Georgia, January 12, 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_7057
4946. Mothers with infants, Georgia, January 12, 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_7058
4947. Motorcade escorting South African anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela on Auburn Avenue to the Marin Luther King Jr. Memorial Center, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_5246
4948. Mount Vernon Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1949 | XML | gsu_ajc_4838
4949. Mountain Guide Wiley Oakley, Georgia, ca. 1930s; 1940s | XML | gsu_ajc_591
4950. Mountain home of Ferron Howard, in the settlement of Persimmon, Rabun County, Georgia, 1973? | XML | gsu_ajc_778
4951. Mounted patrolman George Keheley writing parking ticket in Piedmont Park, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1972 | XML | gsu_ajc_966
4952. Movie star Clark Gabel in Atlanta for premiere of Gone with the Wind, December 15, 1939 | XML | gsu_ajc_1142
4953. Movie star Mary Pickford giving a speech, Atlanta,Georgia, circa 1940s or 1950s | XML | gsu_ajc_7501
4954. Movie star Mary Pickford with a Treasury Bill, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1940s or 1950s | XML | gsu_ajc_7508
4955. Movie star Mary Pickford, Atlanta,Georgia, circa 1940s or 1950s | XML | gsu_ajc_7518
4956. Moving a streetcar to Dante's Down the Hatch, Atlanta, Georgia, January 12, 1981 | XML | gsu_ajc_7553
4957. Moving furniture into renovated public housing apartments, Atlanta, Georgia, January 5, 1991 | XML | gsu_ajc_1223
4958. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Fuller, standing in their country store, Mountville, Georgia, March 1978 | XML | gsu_ajc_785
4959. Mr. Hobson, holding young Joyce Paterson up to a Siberian or Manchurian alder tree, Georgia, 1950s? | XML | gsu_ajc_665
4960. Mrs. Connice Holden, Aunt Fanny's daughter, is carding wool, Georgia, ca. 1930s; 1940s | XML | gsu_ajc_593
4961. Mrs. Edward F. O'Connor, mother of author Flannery O'Connor of Milledgeville, presents one of her late daughter's peacocks to Stone Mountain Park, Stone Mountain, Georgia, January 1972 | XML | gsu_ajc_311
4962. Mrs. Eugene Talmadge (left), Herman and Mrs. H. Talmadge, during the "Three Governors Controversy," Atlanta, Georgia, 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_1475
4963. Mrs. Eugene Talmadge (right), Herman and Mrs. H. Talmadge, during the "Three Governors Controversy," Atlanta, Georgia, 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_1489
4964. Mrs. Eugene Talmadge during the January 15th appointment by the Georgia General Assembly of her son as governor, during the "Three Governors Controversy," Atlanta, Georgia, January 15, 1947 | XML | gsu_ajc_1486
4965. Mrs. G.S. Lovvorn, surrounded by girls at the Georgia Baptist Children's Home, Hapeville, Georgia, December 1940 | XML | gsu_ajc_416
4966. Mrs. Hadley attaching a hammock to white oak tree trunk, Georgia, 1940s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1091
4967. Mrs. Leo Frank, nee Lucille Selig, Georgia, after 1913? | XML | gsu_ajc_5634
4968. Mrs. Leo M. Frank, nee Lucille Selig, Georgia, after 1913? | XML | gsu_ajc_5632
4969. Mrs. Maggie Shook with hens to trade at the Rolling Store of the Blue Ridge, ca. 1930s; 1940s | XML | gsu_ajc_599
4970. Mrs. Narvie J. Harris at home in Atlanta, Georgia, May 1, 1990 | XML | gsu_ajc_1565
4971. Mrs. Ruby Arnall, second wife of former Georgia Governor Ellis Arnall | XML | gsu_ajc_324
4972. Mrs. Rudolph Frank, Leo Frank's mother, New York?, after 1910? | XML | gsu_ajc_5639
4973. Ms. Bazoline Usher, civil rights pioneer, first African-American supervisor of the Atlanta Negro schools, Atlanta, Georgia, 1991? | XML | gsu_ajc_777
4974. "Mud Cats," contest photograph, by Clint Davis, Atlanta, Georgia, 1940s? | XML | gsu_ajc_1157
4975. Mug shot of convicted murderer and Georgia death row inmate Warren McCleskey, Jackson, Georgia, December 22, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_3026
4976. Mug shot of convicted murderer and Georgia death row inmate, Billy Neal Moore, later released in 1990, Jackson, Georgia, July 31, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4700
4977. Muhammad Ali and Hank Aaron at a press conference, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6341
4978. Muhammad Ali at a press conference in Atlanta, Georgia, August 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6351
4979. Muhammad Ali at a press conference in Atlanta, Georgia, August 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6371
4980. Muhammad Ali at a press conference in Atlanta, Georgia, August 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6388
4981. Muhammad Ali, State Senator Leroy Johnson, and Hand Aaron at a press conference, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_6323
4982. Muhammad Ali, State Senator Leroy Johnson, and Hank Aaron at a press conference announcing Ali's fight in Atlanta, Georgia, August 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6348
4983. Muhammad Ali, State Senator Leroy Johnson, and Hank Aaron at a press conference in Atlanta, Georgia, August 1970 | XML | gsu_ajc_6363
4984. Mule-team pulling log out of forest, Georgia, 1939 | XML | gsu_ajc_1110
4985. Municipal Auditorium, now known as Dahlberg Hall, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1955 | XML | gsu_ajc_4807
4986. Municipal Auditorium, now known as Dahlberg Hall, taken from what is now known as Sparks Hall, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1955 | XML | gsu_ajc_4816
4987. Mural being painted on facade of 7 Stages Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1992 | XML | gsu_ajc_4751
4988. Murder victim, Mary Phagan, Georgia, before 1913 | XML | gsu_ajc_5620
4989. Murder victims Drs. Warren Matthews and Rosina Matthews, Cobb County, photographic print of newspaper article, Georgia, May 1971 | XML | gsu_ajc_991
4990. Murder vistim Jamie Weldon's family gathered at his grave, College Park, Georgia, December 16, 1993 | XML | gsu_ajc_1583
4991. Murdered Atlanta police Officer Layne B. Cook, Atlanta, Georgia, 1980s | XML | gsu_ajc_2210
4992. Murderer John Wallace, followed by Sheriff Lamar Potts, walking into the Coweta County courthouse, Newnan, Georgia, 1948 | XML | gsu_ajc_7230
4993. Murphy Davis during a protest against Jack Potts' execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4307
4994. Murphy Davis during a protest against Jack Potts' scheduled execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4150
4995. Murphy Davis during a protest against Jack Potts' scheduled execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4369
4996. Murphy Davis speaking at a protest against Jack Potts' scheduled execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2622
4997. Murphy Davis speaking at a protest against Jack Potts' scheduled execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_2624
4998. Murphy Davis speaking at a protest against Jack Potts' scheduled execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4316
4999. Murphy Davis speaking at a protest against Jack Potts' scheduled execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4396
5000. Murphy Davis speaking at a protest against Jack Potts' scheduled execution, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1980 | XML | gsu_ajc_4401

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