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1. WBGE broadcast | XML | gsu_lane_12558
2. Grocery store, interior, Atlanta, Georgia, March 17, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12559
3. Davison-Paxon Company's Valentine Dance at American Legion Post No. 1, Atlanta, Georgia, February 14, 1951. In this photo, a couple is dancing a swing | XML | gsu_lane_1256
4. "Wilson" at the Paramount Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12560
5. Robert [A. ?] Scott Advertising Agency | XML | gsu_lane_12561
6. Salvation Army | XML | gsu_lane_12562
7. Craig Bakery, Columbus, Georgia, December 4, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12563
8. Georgia Warm Springs Foundation (?) | XML | gsu_lane_12564
9. Off-duty soldier browsing the magazine rack at an USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1942 | XML | gsu_lane_12565
10. Robins Air Force Base | XML | gsu_lane_12566
11. "Wilson" event in Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12567
12. Indian Motorcycle dealership | XML | gsu_lane_12568
13. United Rubber Workers of America, Atlanta, Georgia, October 27, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12569
14. Davison-Paxon Company's square dance, Atlanta, Georgia, March 22, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_1257
15. WBGE event | XML | gsu_lane_12570
16. Georgia Warm Springs Foundation (?) | XML | gsu_lane_12571
17. [Textile Workers of America]; Textile Workers Union; 33 Pryor Street | XML | gsu_lane_12572
18. Southern United Cold Storage | XML | gsu_lane_12573
19. "Talk of the Town" window set (?), WAGA, Atlanta, Georgia, July 11, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12574
20. Standard Club | XML | gsu_lane_12575
21. "Alexander the Great" event at Loew's Grand Theatre in Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12576
22. University of Georgia student, November 12, 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_12577
23. Roosevelt [High] School | XML | gsu_lane_12578
24. Twentieth Century Fox event, Variety Club, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12579
25. Miss America 1951Yolande Betbeze's visit to Atlanta, Georgia, sponsored by Davison-Paxon Department Store. In this photograph, Betbese is visiting two hospitalized young men in traction, April 23, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_1258
26. Screen Guild Productions; 164 Walton Street | XML | gsu_lane_12580
27. Variety Club Tent Number 21, Bankhead Project dinner, Atlanta, Georgia, May 27, 1948 | XML | gsu_lane_12581
28. Soldiers playing music at an USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1942 | XML | gsu_lane_12582
29. Varsity Drive-In dining room, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12583
30. University of Georgia Baseball Team, Athens, Georgia, June 15, 1953 | XML | gsu_lane_12584
31. Auto parts store, Atlanta, Georgia, January 23, 1957 | XML | gsu_lane_12585
32. Georgia Warm Springs Foundation (?) | XML | gsu_lane_12586
33. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation Bag plant, exterior, Atlanta, Georgia, June 28, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12587
34. Twentieth Century Fox event (Walter Brennan, Anne Francis, and Jeffrey Hunter visiting Atlanta) | XML | gsu_lane_12588
35. Southeastern Movie Festival, 1955 (Motion Picture Theatre Owners and Operators of Georgia event) | XML | gsu_lane_12589
36. Miss Georgia 1951 Carol Taylor, in evening dress. Photo shoot commissioned by Atlanta, Georgia, department store Davison-Paxon, August 22, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_1259
37. Trans World Airlines (TWA) message, Rialto Theatre | XML | gsu_lane_12590
38. Unidentified country musicians | XML | gsu_lane_12591
39. "Alexander the Great" event at Loew's Grand Theatre in Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12592
40. "Air Cadets" event in Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12593
41. Sears-[Roebuck and Company]; Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College; Store manager; Tallahassee, Florida; [Livestock including cattle, sheep, pigs, etc.]; [Various building exteriors]; [Display of ""A Year's Supply of Food and Feed for a Family of Five""] | XML | gsu_lane_12594
42. Engineer checking am instrument panel, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_12595
43. Cedartown warehouse, Atlanta, Georgia, March 26, 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_12596
44. The University of Georgia Arch, Athens, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12597
45. Stone Mountain Hospital, Georgia, May 23, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12598
46. Trans World Airlines (TWA) dedication | XML | gsu_lane_12599
47. A&P store manager, C. E. Mood, Atlanta, Georgia,1952 | XML | gsu_lane_126
48. Davison-Paxon Company's square dance, held at the American Legion Post No. 1, Atlanta, Georgia, September 27, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_1260
49. Roxy Theatre, Atlanta, sports double feature | XML | gsu_lane_12600
50. Robert [A. ?] Scott Advertising Agency | XML | gsu_lane_12601
51. Teche Greyhound Bus Lines terminal, Atlanta, Georgia, 1940s | XML | gsu_lane_12602
52. Julia Adams visiting Atlanta for "Mississippi Gambler" | XML | gsu_lane_12603
53. Woman reading a USO handbook to children, Atlanta, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12604
54. Electric Sales and Service Company | XML | gsu_lane_12605
55. Variety Club; Jolly Home | XML | gsu_lane_12606
56. United States Army exercise, Fort Benning, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_12607
57. Youth football sponsored by Atlanta Variety Club | XML | gsu_lane_12608
58. Children playing on a jungle gym at a Boy Club, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1948 | XML | gsu_lane_12609
59. Davison-Paxon Company's warehouse party and dance, Atlanta, Georgia, December 14, 1951. In this picture a young lady performs a high kick while dancing | XML | gsu_lane_1261
60. Learning the welding trade, State Department of Education, Vocational Rehabilitation Division, Georgia, August 1942 | XML | gsu_lane_12610
61. Grocery store interior, Atlanta, Georgia, March 17, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12611
62. Monroe Drive branch building under construction, Atlanta, Georgia, November 13, 1961 | XML | gsu_lane_12612
63. Washington State Apple Commission display in a Colonial Supermarket, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12613
64. Southeastern Fair Association; Joe Redding | XML | gsu_lane_12614
65. Southeastern Fair Association; Mike Benton; Radio Men; Cows and horses | XML | gsu_lane_12615
66. Southeastern Movie Festival, 1955 (Motion Picture Theatre Owners and Operators of Georgia event) | XML | gsu_lane_12616
67. "The Lay Line" (bus with Lay's Potato Chips and other food products displayed) | XML | gsu_lane_12617
68. WATL Radio antenna on top of Henry Grady Hotel | XML | gsu_lane_12618
69. "Life of Riley" promotion for the Fox Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12619
70. Kathleen Lowance at an autograph party for her 1952 book Much Ado about Music: A Road to Happy Listening (Atlanta: Tapper and Love, 1952), event sponsored by Davison-Paxon Company, Atlanta, Georgia, April 16, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_1262
71. Sears-[Roebuck and Company]; Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College; Store manager; Tallahassee, Florida; [Livestock including cattle, sheep, pigs, etc.]; [Various building exteriors]; [Display of ""A Year's Supply of Food and Feed for a Family of Five""] | XML | gsu_lane_12620
72. Clark's Super Gas station, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12621
73. Southern Federal Saving and Loan Association; Scouts onboard ship | XML | gsu_lane_12622
74. Sears-[Roebuck and Company]; Mr. and Mrs. H. McCrary; Sumner, Georgia; Worth County | XML | gsu_lane_12623
75. United Community and War Fund sponsored summer campers doing arts and crafts, Georgia, July 23, 1943 | XML | gsu_lane_12624
76. Barracks, unidentified United States Army facility | XML | gsu_lane_12625
77. University of Georgia, Military Building, Athens, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12626
78. Two soldiers playing chess at a USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1942 | XML | gsu_lane_12627
79. Miss America Lee Meriwether on WAGA-TV, Atlanta, Georgia, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12628
80. USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1945 | XML | gsu_lane_12629
81. Davison-Paxon Company's Halloween masquerade party, at the American Legion Post No. 1, Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_1263
82. Universal Films offices, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12630
83. Scripto, Incorporated; Awards to Mr. Carmichael | XML | gsu_lane_12631
84. Crackers baseball crowd, Ponce de Leon Park stadium, Atlanta, Georgia, July 21, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12632
85. Charles "Buddy" Rogers visiting Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12633
86. Children's excursion on Central of Georgia train | XML | gsu_lane_12634
87. Wounded soldiers and sailors celebrating with a cake at a USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1945 | XML | gsu_lane_12635
88. F-84 Thunderstreak fighter-bomber and WBML Mobile Music bus at Robbins air base, Warner Robbins, Georgia, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12636
89. "Fighter Squadron" event, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12637
90. Stein's Clothing Store, Atlanta, Georgia, October 11, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12638
91. Furniture store showroom, Atlanta, Georgia, | XML | gsu_lane_12639
92. Woman in bathing suit with politician (?) in tweed suit, standing on Atlanta Fire Department fire-truck, photo commissioned by Davison-Paxon Company, Atlanta, Georgia, April 23, 1953 | XML | gsu_lane_1264
93. Peachtree Arcade Restaurant, with United Community and War Fund billboard, Atlanta, Georgia, January 25, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12640
94. Aircraft hangar, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_12641
95. Avon Hotel with Flamingo Orange Juice billboard, Atlanta, Georgia, January 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12642
96. United Steel Workers of America group (?) | XML | gsu_lane_12643
97. WBGE advertising poster | XML | gsu_lane_12644
98. Theatre Owners and Operators of Georgia; Tommy Thompson; Governor-Elect Marvin Griffin and others | XML | gsu_lane_12645
99. USO hostess painting a soldier's portrait, Atlanta, Georgia, 1943 | XML | gsu_lane_12646
100. Piggly Wiggly store, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12647
101. Trust Company new building grand opening, Atlanta, Georgia, April 29, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12648
102. Roosevelt Drive-In Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 11, 1958 | XML | gsu_lane_12649
103. Two men standing in front of Davison-Paxon Company's display window. Paintings are displayed in window for the Davison-Paxon Company sidewalk art exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia, September 1953 | XML | gsu_lane_1265
104. United Artists Company representative with Atlanta Mayor William B. Hartsfield, right | XML | gsu_lane_12650
105. Texas Company; [Texaco]; [Gas tanks; Oil tanks; Trucks; Truck filling stations; Warehouse; Garage; Doraville [?]] | XML | gsu_lane_12651
106. WAGA Radio host and singer Eddie Fisher at the microphone, Atlanta, Georgia, March 22, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_12652
107. Scott and Leibman; Kids' Roller coaster; Lakewood | XML | gsu_lane_12653
108. Aircraft Hangar, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_12654
109. Fox Film Corporation offices | XML | gsu_lane_12655
110. Tower Loan Company; Five Points; Exterior and Interiors; Night and Day shots | XML | gsu_lane_12656
111. Atlanta Cyclorama interior | XML | gsu_lane_12657
112. American Bakeries Company, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12658
113. Prescription counter, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12659
114. African-Americans on dance-floor, band in the background, at the 180 Club, Atlanta, Georgia; party sponsored by Davison-Paxon, December 3, 1953 | XML | gsu_lane_1266
115. WAGA Radio building, Atlanta, Georgia, November 12, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12660
116. Seaboard Air Line Railway [Company]; [Trains; Rail lines] | XML | gsu_lane_12661
117. "Goliath" event, Paramount Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12662
118. Trust Company bank building under construction, Atlanta, Georgia, December 3, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12663
119. University of Georgia football player making a catch, Athens, Georgia, 1939 | XML | gsu_lane_12664
120. University of Georgia football players, Athens, Georgia, 1939 | XML | gsu_lane_12665
121. Ruckers Center Cafe, Atlanta, Georgia, March 26, 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_12666
122. Scripto, Incorporated; Piedmont Road | XML | gsu_lane_12667
123. WAGA Radio disc jockey, Atlanta, Georgia, May 25, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12668
124. "Wilson" at the Paramount Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12669
125. Couples dancing, Davison-Paxon Company's party in the ballroom, Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta Georgia, March 31, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1267
126. Soldier sleeping at a USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12670
127. Southeastern Movie Festival, 1955 (Motion Picture Theatre Owners and Operators of Georgia event) | XML | gsu_lane_12671
128. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation, Bag plant, Atlanta, Georgia, August 9, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12672
129. Southern Airways pilot | XML | gsu_lane_12673
130. Toney Elementary School; Rankin Whitton Realty Company | XML | gsu_lane_12674
131. Atlanta Boy's Club, Atlanta, Georgia, February 23, 1949 | XML | gsu_lane_12675
132. Trust Company of Georgia, New Building, Atlanta, Georgia, December 3, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12676
133. TV Wranglers visiting patient in Emory Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia, January 14, 1953 | XML | gsu_lane_12677
134. Sterchis Brothers Furniture Store, Interior, Atlanta, Georgia, March 21, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_12678
135. Trans World Airlines (TWA) office | XML | gsu_lane_12679
136. Male quartette singing at microphone, Davison-Paxon Company's party in the ballroom, Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta Georgia, March 31, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1268
137. Grocery store, interior, Atlanta, Georgia, March 17, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12680
138. Southern Airways maintenance | XML | gsu_lane_12681
139. Southern Bell Telephone Building addition under construction | XML | gsu_lane_12682
140. African American USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12683
141. Soldiers playing checkers at a USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1942 | XML | gsu_lane_12684
142. Trust Company employees in a bank vault, Atlanta, Georgia, January 21, 1953 | XML | gsu_lane_12685
143. Russell Stover Candies | XML | gsu_lane_12686
144. Tower Loan Company; Five Points; Exterior and Interiors; Night and Day shots | XML | gsu_lane_12687
145. WBGE event | XML | gsu_lane_12688
146. Varsity Drive-In counter, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12689
147. Elbert Parr Tuttle (1897-1996). Portrait photograph, Atlanta, Georgia, September 1949 | XML | gsu_lane_1269
148. Movie theater audience | XML | gsu_lane_12690
149. WATL Radio poster for University of Georgia football | XML | gsu_lane_12691
150. Weinkle Company building | XML | gsu_lane_12692
151. "Snows of Kilimanjaro" at the Paramount Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12693
152. University of Georgia student, November 12, 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_12694
153. Soldiers and USO hostess enjoy watermelon, Atlanta, Georgia, July 29, 1945 | XML | gsu_lane_12695
154. Southern Airways employee | XML | gsu_lane_12696
155. Mayor William Hartsfield and members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4632, Atlanta, Georgia, May 17, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12697
156. "The Eddy Arnold Show" at the Roxy Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12698
157. Marking the lines on a new highway, Coweta County, Georgia, August 1944 | XML | gsu_lane_12699
158. A&P store manager, W.S. Garner, Atlanta, Georgia,1952 | XML | gsu_lane_127
159. Barnes wedding | XML | gsu_lane_1270
160. Ford Thunderbird winners, WAGA-TV and Viceroy Cigarettes, at Emory University, Atlanta, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12700
161. WATL Radio antenna on top of Henry Grady Hotel | XML | gsu_lane_12701
162. "Tangier" contest | XML | gsu_lane_12702
163. Southeastern Movie Festival, 1955 (Motion Picture Theatre Owners and Operators of Georgia event) | XML | gsu_lane_12703
164. "Shark River" event in Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12704
165. Unidentified factory, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12705
166. Variety Club, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12706
167. Scripto, Incorporated; Piedmont Road | XML | gsu_lane_12707
168. Georgia Warm Springs Foundation (?) | XML | gsu_lane_12708
169. Variety Club, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12709
170. Marshall wedding (image 2 of 2) | XML | gsu_lane_1271
171. Dixie Fun Barn Gang bass player Dixie Lee, WAGA studio, Atlanta, Georgia, November 22, 1948 | XML | gsu_lane_12710
172. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation Bag plant, interior, Atlanta, Georgia, June 28, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12711
173. Charlton Heston visiting Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12712
174. Saint Joseph's Hospital Nun, Atlanta, Georgia, September 23, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12713
175. Unidentified country musician | XML | gsu_lane_12714
176. WATL Radio musicians | XML | gsu_lane_12715
177. Worker checking a piece of equipment, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_12716
178. Trust Company Bank lobby, Atlanta, Georgia, January 23, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12717
179. WBGE advertising poster | XML | gsu_lane_12718
180. Indian Motorcycle dealership | XML | gsu_lane_12719
181. Santa Claus figure at shopping center (image 1 of 5) | XML | gsu_lane_1272
182. Moose Lodge No. 65, Kitchen, Atlanta, Georgia, September 28, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12720
183. Street cars, Atlanta, Georgia, 1944 | XML | gsu_lane_12721
184. Walco Sporting Goods display (Seal-Dri Sportswear) | XML | gsu_lane_12722
185. "A Man Called Peter" event, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12723
186. Soldiers and a small Christmas tree at a USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, December 1943 | XML | gsu_lane_12724
187. University of Georgia building, Athens, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12725
188. Shell Oil Company | XML | gsu_lane_12726
189. Lucy Wood Cafeteria, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12727
190. WAGA-TV Romper Room, Pledge of Alliegance | XML | gsu_lane_12728
191. Webster Company Garage | XML | gsu_lane_12729
192. Santa Claus figure at shopping center (image 2 of 5) | XML | gsu_lane_1273
193. United States Army exercise, Fort Benning, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_12730
194. Betty Shingler Talmadge frying chicken, Atlanta, Georgia, April 21, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12731
195. University of Georgia student milking a cow, Athens, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12732
196. USO performers entertaining wounded soldiers, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_12733
197. Passengers disembarking from a train, Atlanta, Georgia, December 5, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12734
198. University of Georgia campus, Athens, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12735
199. Standard Register Company; 1179 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, April 25, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12736
200. Tower Loan Company; Five Points; Exterior and Interiors; Night and Day shots | XML | gsu_lane_12737
201. WATL Radio prizewinner (?) | XML | gsu_lane_12738
202. University of Georgia student, November 12, 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_12739
203. Santa Claus figure at shopping center (image 3 of 5) | XML | gsu_lane_1274
204. Roosevelt High School; Dwight Keith; Girl's and Boy's Basketball | XML | gsu_lane_12740
205. Trust Company of Georgia, East Atlanta Branch, Georgia, October 18, 1960 | XML | gsu_lane_12741
206. Dwight D. Eisenhower arriving in Atlanta, September 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_12742
207. Trust Company of Georgia building, lobby, Atlanta, Georgia, January 23, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12743
208. Robins Air Force Base | XML | gsu_lane_12744
209. Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars meeting Mayor Hartsfield, Atlanta, Georgia, January 27, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12745
210. Moose Lodge No. 65, Atlanta, Georgia, September 28, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12746
211. Stone Mountain Grit Company advertisement, Georgia, February 13, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12747
212. Georgia Warm Springs Foundation (?) | XML | gsu_lane_12748
213. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company | XML | gsu_lane_12749
214. Santa Claus figure at shopping center (image 4 of 5) | XML | gsu_lane_1275
215. Warehouse, Atlanta, Georgia, March 26, 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_12750
216. Southern Airways event | XML | gsu_lane_12751
217. Wood shop, State Board of Education, Department of Rehabilitation, Clarkesville, Georgia, August 22, 1944 | XML | gsu_lane_12752
218. Southeastern Growers Asociation representatives with Georgia Governor Herman Talmadge | XML | gsu_lane_12753
219. Truck depot, Atlanta, Georgia, March 26, 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_12754
220. Barbecue sandwich plate with sides and desert, Atlanta, Georgia, April 16, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_12755
221. Jay Silverheels in Atlanta at American Bakeries Company Convention | XML | gsu_lane_12756
222. Roxy Theatre, Atlanta, main entrance | XML | gsu_lane_12757
223. Unidentified factory, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12758
224. Workers mixing concrete for the new Trust Company building, Atlanta, Georgia, December 3, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12759
225. Santa Claus figure at shopping center (image 5 of 5) | XML | gsu_lane_1276
226. V.F.W. members boarding an Eastern Airlines plane, Atlanta, Georgia, February 18, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12760
227. Texaco facility | XML | gsu_lane_12761
228. "Twelve O'Clock High" event, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12762
229. Governor Marvin Griffin, Atlanta, Georgia, September 26, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12763
230. Scott and Leibman; March of Dimes; Made in Miss Kothe's Office | XML | gsu_lane_12764
231. St. Mark's Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, February 20, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12765
232. Roxy Theatre, Atlanta, sports double feature | XML | gsu_lane_12766
233. Stein's Clothiers, Atlanta, Georgia, August 19, 1948 | XML | gsu_lane_12767
234. Salt Shakers collection | XML | gsu_lane_12768
235. USO Singer and soldier, Atlanta, Georgia, July 1, 1945 | XML | gsu_lane_12769
236. "Davison's...of Dixie" parade float, featuring a large "book," Uncle Remus, honoring Joel Chandler Harris (1845-1908), the author of the Uncle Remus series. This photo of parade takenat nightl, Atlanta, Georgia, September 29, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1277
237. Disabled children with baseball players at the Variety Club sponsored school for children with Cerebral Palsy, Atlanta, Georgia, April 4, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12770
238. Roxy Theatre, Atlanta, main entrance | XML | gsu_lane_12771
239. Soldiers sending mail, Atlanta, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12772
240. Victor Adding Machine Company wagon with team of six horses, Atlanta, Georgia, June 12, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12773
241. Georgia Governor Marvin Griffin meeting with cowboys/country musicians, Atlanta, Georgia, June 20, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12774
242. Making brooms, State Board of Education, Rehabilitation Division, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12775
243. Wembley ties promotion, "Parade of States" designs | XML | gsu_lane_12776
244. Trust Company of Georgia bond and foreign banking divisions, Atlanta, Georgia, January 23, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12777
245. Trust Company Bank open for business, Atlanta, Georgia, January 23, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12778
246. Sophie Mae Peanut Brittle on grocery shelf | XML | gsu_lane_12779
247. "Davison's...of Dixie" parade float, featuring a large "book," Uncle Remus, honoring Joel Chandler Harris (1845-1908), the author of the Uncle Remus series. This photo of parade taken in front of City Hall, Atlanta, Georgia, September 29, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1278
248. Six disabled African American children of various ages, Atlanta, Georgia, February 18, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_12780
249. WAGA-TV performers, Atlanta, Georgia, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12781
250. Twentieth Century Fox event (Walter Brennan, Anne Francis, and Jeffrey Hunter visiting Atlanta) | XML | gsu_lane_12782
251. Soldiers listening to a jukebox in an USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1942 | XML | gsu_lane_12783
252. "Lure of the Wilderness" promotion, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12784
253. Trio Capital City Laundry and Dry Cleaning, Atlanta, Georgia, October 17, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12785
254. Sign advertising the Atlanta Variety Club Recreation Center, operated by the Salvation Army, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, 1948 | XML | gsu_lane_12786
255. Walco Sporting Goods display | XML | gsu_lane_12787
256. Southeastern Movie Festival, 1955 (Motion Picture Theatre Owners and Operators of Georgia event) | XML | gsu_lane_12788
257. Trip Shoe Repairing | XML | gsu_lane_12789
258. "Davison's...of Dixie" parade float, featuring a large "book," Uncle Remus, honoring Joel Chandler Harris (1845-1908), the author of the Uncle Remus series. This photo of parade taken in front of City Hall, Atlanta, Georgia, September 29, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1279
259. Variety Club, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12790
260. Twentieth Century Fox Meeting | XML | gsu_lane_12791
261. W. D. Alexander Company | XML | gsu_lane_12792
262. "Wilson" advertisement on the Ivan Allen-Marshall Building | XML | gsu_lane_12793
263. Indian Motorcycle dealership | XML | gsu_lane_12794
264. "Twelve O'Clock High" event, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12795
265. Georgia Warm Springs Foundation (?) | XML | gsu_lane_12796
266. USO Service Men's Center, Christmas time, Atlanta, Georgia, December 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12797
267. Southeastern Movie Festival, 1955 (Motion Picture Theatre Owners and Operators of Georgia event) | XML | gsu_lane_12798
268. Echols Food Store, Atlanta, Georgia, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12799
269. A&P store manager, W.H. St.John, Atlanta, Georgia,1952 | XML | gsu_lane_128
270. Camp Gordon airport construction | XML | gsu_lane_1280
271. Lucy Wood Cafeteria, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12800
272. Roosevelt High School; Dwight Keith; Girl's and Boy's Basketball | XML | gsu_lane_12801
273. "Wilson" event in Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12802
274. University of Georgia football players, Athens, Georgia, 1933 | XML | gsu_lane_12803
275. USO hostesses preparing for a show, Atlanta, Georgia, 1943 | XML | gsu_lane_12804
276. Playing the piano, State Board of Education, Department of Rehabilitation, Clarkesville, Georgia, August 22, 1944 | XML | gsu_lane_12805
277. Southern Detective, Incorporated; Ben Holtzendorf | XML | gsu_lane_12806
278. Clown with two children, Atlanta, Georgia, June 11, 1953 | XML | gsu_lane_12807
279. University of Georgia football team at practice, Athens, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12808
280. Scottish Rite Hospital; For Program of Tech [Georgia Institute of Technology] versus [University of] Georgia [UGA]; Freshman Game; WCJR | XML | gsu_lane_12809
281. Camp Gordon airport construction | XML | gsu_lane_1281
282. Loew's Grand Theatre line for "Magnificent Obsession" | XML | gsu_lane_12810
283. Sophie Mae Peanut Brittle on grocery shelf | XML | gsu_lane_12811
284. Unidentified country musicians | XML | gsu_lane_12812
285. Underwood Corporation offices, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12813
286. WBGE interviewing Atlanta Crackers | XML | gsu_lane_12814
287. "Lure of the Wilderness" promotion, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12815
288. Roxy Theatre, Atlanta, "cowboys and indians" double feature | XML | gsu_lane_12816
289. Stone Mountain Hospital, Georgia, May 23, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12817
290. "Wilson" event in Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12818
291. St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Atlanta, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12819
292. Camp Gordon airport construction | XML | gsu_lane_1282
293. WATL Radio musicians | XML | gsu_lane_12820
294. Julia Adams visiting Atlanta for "Mississippi Gambler" | XML | gsu_lane_12821
295. African American Soldiers at a USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1943 | XML | gsu_lane_12822
296. Made Crown Garment Company warehouse, Atlanta, Georgia, July 28, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_12823
297. United States Post Office mailmen | XML | gsu_lane_12824
298. Southeastern Fair Association; Merry-go-round | XML | gsu_lane_12825
299. United States Army recruits, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12826
300. Recuperating soldiers picking apples with USO personnel, Georgia, 1943 | XML | gsu_lane_12827
301. Children's excursion to Atlanta Zoo | XML | gsu_lane_12828
302. Electronics, public address system | XML | gsu_lane_12829
303. Armistice Day Parade, Atlanta, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_1283
304. Trust Company East Atlanta Branch, Georgia, March 13, 1962 | XML | gsu_lane_12830
305. WATL Radio priest | XML | gsu_lane_12831
306. General Electric demonstration kitchen | XML | gsu_lane_12832
307. Scottish Rite Hospital | XML | gsu_lane_12833
308. Southerland, Tuttle, and Brenan; Loading Zone Peachtree at Houston | XML | gsu_lane_12834
309. Roxy Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12835
310. Electronics, office intercom | XML | gsu_lane_12836
311. Southern Airways flight attendant | XML | gsu_lane_12837
312. "Fighter Squadron" event, Paramount Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12838
313. Trust Company employees counting securities, Atlanta, Georgia, January 21, 1953 | XML | gsu_lane_12839
314. Armistice Day Parade, Atlanta, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_1284
315. Robert and Company | XML | gsu_lane_12840
316. Worker adjusting an airplane instrument panel, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_12841
317. Indian Motorcycle miniature | XML | gsu_lane_12842
318. "I'd Climb the Highest Mountain" premiere, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12843
319. "Twelve O'Clock High" event, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12844
320. Southern Dairy Products Journal; 148 Walker Street; [Wood-Coleman Supply Company] | XML | gsu_lane_12845
321. University of Georgia students learning to work a loom, Athens, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12846
322. Unidentified Atlanta movie theater ("CinemaScope is Here!") | XML | gsu_lane_12847
323. Mechanic working on an airplane propeller, Atlanta, Georgia, July 9, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_12848
324. Unloading a state fish hatchery truck, Summerville, Georgia, 1939 | XML | gsu_lane_12849
325. Armistice Day Parade, Atlanta, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_1285
326. Children at a United Community and War Fund sponsored summer camp, Atlanta, Georgia, July 23, 1943 | XML | gsu_lane_12850
327. Roosevelt High School football players | XML | gsu_lane_12851
328. Clark's Super Gas station, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12852
329. Security Jewelry and Loan Company; [store exterior] | XML | gsu_lane_12853
330. Southeastern Movie Festival, 1955 (Motion Picture Theatre Owners and Operators of Georgia event) | XML | gsu_lane_12854
331. WBGE speech by Captain Eddie Rickenbacker | XML | gsu_lane_12855
332. T.V. [Television] Digest | XML | gsu_lane_12856
333. Atlanta Mayor William B. Hartsfield (center) with Universal Pictures representatives | XML | gsu_lane_12857
334. University of Georgia student, November 12, 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_12858
335. WBGE at Westview Cemetery, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12859
336. Cattle Day; Athens, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_1286
337. "Alexander the Great" event at Loew's Grand Theatre in Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12860
338. "Goliath" event, Paramount Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12861
339. Sterchis Brothers Furniture Store, Interior, Atlanta, Georgia, March 21, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_12862
340. Sears-[Roebuck and Company]; Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College; Store manager; Tallahassee, Florida; [Livestock including cattle, sheep, pigs, etc.]; [Various building exteriors]; [Display of ""A Year's Supply of Food and Feed for a Family of Five""] | XML | gsu_lane_12863
341. "Air Cadets" event in Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12864
342. St. Joseph's Hospital employees on a break, Atlanta, Georgia, February 27, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12865
343. Toddle House Restaurant, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1945 | XML | gsu_lane_12866
344. WATL Radio appearance by Sonny Tufts | XML | gsu_lane_12867
345. World War 2-era scene (woman and Army officers), Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12868
346. Southern Coach and Athlete [Association]; Coach Keith | XML | gsu_lane_12869
347. Monkey and man circus performers at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium | XML | gsu_lane_1287
348. Atlanta Mayor William B. Hartsfield (right) with couple | XML | gsu_lane_12870
349. Members of the Teamsters Local 859 meet with Georgia Governor Herman Talmadge, Atlanta, Georgia, January 11, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12871
350. Trust Company East Atlanta Branch, Georgia, March 13, 1962 | XML | gsu_lane_12872
351. United States Army exercise, Fort Benning, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_12873
352. Sears-Roebuck and Company; [Hog Show] | XML | gsu_lane_12874
353. Southeastern Fair Association; Mike Benton; Miss Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12875
354. Robert and Company; [Baptist Home Mission Building(1949)(a,c),Capitol(b)] | XML | gsu_lane_12876
355. Variety Club Tent number 21, Atlanta, Georgia, February 17, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12877
356. Universal Films event (?) in Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12878
357. Sterchi's furniture store, Atlanta, Georgia, October 11, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12879
358. Tire fire | XML | gsu_lane_1288
359. Trust Company employees at work, Atlanta, Georgia, May 25, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12880
360. Variety Club Tent Number 21, Bankhead Project dinner, Atlanta, Georgia, May 27, 1948 | XML | gsu_lane_12881
361. University of Georgia football player, Athens, Georgia, 1939 | XML | gsu_lane_12882
362. The Temple, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12883
363. Sun Finance Company, Atlanta, Georgia, June 25, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12884
364. Kay Francis in Atlanta for the play "State of the Union" (theatergoers) | XML | gsu_lane_12885
365. Rotary Club event (?) | XML | gsu_lane_12886
366. Southeastern Movie Festival, 1955 (Motion Picture Theatre Owners and Operators of Georgia event) | XML | gsu_lane_12887
367. Variety Club, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12888
368. Herman Talmadge giving an award, Atlanta, Georgia, December 6, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12889
369. Man bowling at a bowling event | XML | gsu_lane_1289
370. Sterchis Brothers Furniture Store, Interior, Atlanta, Georgia, March 21, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_12890
371. USO Service Men's Center for African American Soldiers, Atlanta, Georgia, 1943 | XML | gsu_lane_12891
372. University of Georgia students singing along to a piano, Athens, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12892
373. Electronics, Atlanta Police Control Room | XML | gsu_lane_12893
374. Variety Club, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12894
375. Young African American child with disabled legs, Atlanta, Georgia, February 18, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_12895
376. Trust Company East Atlanta Branch, Georgia, March 13, 1962 | XML | gsu_lane_12896
377. United States Army exercise, Fort Benning, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_12897
378. Soldiers, Sailors, and USO Hostesses singing along to a piano, Atlanta, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12898
379. "The Lay Line" (bus with Lay's Potato Chips and other food products displayed) | XML | gsu_lane_12899
380. A&P store manager, R.E. Mabry, Atlanta, Georgia,1952 | XML | gsu_lane_129
381. Twentieth Century Fox event (Walter Brennan, Anne Francis, and Jeffrey Hunter visiting Atlanta) | XML | gsu_lane_12900
382. State Fish Hatchery, Summerville, Georgia, 1939 | XML | gsu_lane_12901
383. Charlton Heston visiting Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12902
384. House | XML | gsu_lane_12903
385. University of Georgia art students and professor, Athens, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12904
386. Institutional Laundry, State Board of Education, Department of Rehabilitation, Clarkesville, Georgia, August 22, 1948 | XML | gsu_lane_12905
387. WBGE broadcast | XML | gsu_lane_12906
388. Southern Airways baggage counter | XML | gsu_lane_12907
389. Peachtree Street, Atlanta (looking north toward Paramount Theater), 1944 | XML | gsu_lane_12908
390. Robins Air Force Base | XML | gsu_lane_12909
391. Catholic Church ceremony, installation of Bishop Francis E. Hyland at Christ the King, Atlanta Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_1291
392. Ground Breaking on Monroe Drive branch, Atlanta, Georgia, May 15, 1961 | XML | gsu_lane_12910
393. Electronics, doctor's office intercom | XML | gsu_lane_12911
394. Sears-[Roebuck and Company]; Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College; Store manager; Tallahassee, Florida; [Livestock including cattle, sheep, pigs, etc.]; [Various building exteriors]; [Display of ""A Year's Supply of Food and Feed for a Family of Five""] | XML | gsu_lane_12912
395. "Romper Room" set, WAGA-TV, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12913
396. Stone Mountain Grit Company factory, Georgia, December 5, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12914
397. Southeastern Library Association event | XML | gsu_lane_12915
398. Three Sisters clothing store, Belvedere Shopping Center, Decatur, Georgia, August 11, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12916
399. USO Service Men's Center club, Atlanta, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12917
400. Topps Store; Whitehall Street | XML | gsu_lane_12918
401. Governor Herman Talmadge with unidentified group, Atlanta, Georgia, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12919
402. Catholic Church ceremony, installation of Bishop Hyland at Christ the King, Atlanta Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_1292
403. Members of Teamsters Local 728, Atlanta, Georgia, January 15, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12920
404. Grocery store, interior, Atlanta, Georgia, March 17, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12921
405. African American soldiers relaxing at a USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1945 | XML | gsu_lane_12922
406. Trust Company personnel in costume, Atlanta, Georgia, November 5, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_12923
407. Charles "Buddy" Rogers with Georgia Governor Melvin Thompson | XML | gsu_lane_12924
408. Georgia Warm Springs Foundation (?) | XML | gsu_lane_12925
409. Swap Shop, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_12926
410. University of Georgia student, November 12, 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_12927
411. Feeding chickens, Georgia, February 28, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12928
412. Robert and Company; [Baptist Home Mission Building(1949)(a,c),Capitol(b)] | XML | gsu_lane_12929
413. Catholic Church ceremony, installation of Bishop Francis E. Hyland at Christ the King, Atlanta Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_1293
414. Starlight Drive-In Movie Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia, April 11, 1958 | XML | gsu_lane_12930
415. USO volunteer modeling an apron, Atlanta, Georgia, 1943 | XML | gsu_lane_12931
416. Stephens F. Whitman and Son Candy Company grand opening, East Point, Georgia, May 11, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12932
417. Underwood Corporation offices, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12933
418. Sears-[Roebuck and Company] | XML | gsu_lane_12934
419. Stone Mountain Grit Company, Chicken feed grit examples, Stone Mountain, Georgia, September 25, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12935
420. Southeastern Movie Festival, 1955 (Motion Picture Theatre Owners and Operators of Georgia event) | XML | gsu_lane_12936
421. Sun Finance Company, interior, Atlanta, Georgia, June 25, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12937
422. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation, Bag plant, Atlanta, Georgia, September 24, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12938
423. Walco Sporting Goods display | XML | gsu_lane_12939
424. Catholic Church ceremony, installation of Bishop Francis E. Hyland at Christ the King, Atlanta Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_1294
425. Francis X. Bushman visiting Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12940
426. Scott and Leibman; Governor [Herman] Talmadge at Post Office; [Paraplegic boy sitting on mail bags; March of Dimes? Charity stamps] | XML | gsu_lane_12941
427. "Has Anybody Seen My Gal" at the Rialto Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12942
428. Painted the lines on a road, Coweta County, Georgia, August 1948 | XML | gsu_lane_12943
429. Vantress Chicken Farm, Cobb County, Georgia, June 26, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_12944
430. Southern College of Pharmacy; Front of building; Dr. Hawks | XML | gsu_lane_12945
431. Southeastern Fair [Association]; Poster | XML | gsu_lane_12946
432. T.G. Chapman; [little league baseball team] | XML | gsu_lane_12947
433. Sophie Mae Peanut Brittle and other candy display | XML | gsu_lane_12948
434. WBGE event | XML | gsu_lane_12949
435. Staff eating on paper plates, woman playing an accordion, on stone steps at Davison-Paxon Company's picnic in Chastain Park (formerly, North Fulton Park), Atlanta, Georgia, July 1, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1295
436. Georgia Governor Marvin Griffin meeting with cowboys/country musicians, Atlanta, Georgia, June 20, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12950
437. Southeastern Fair [Association] | XML | gsu_lane_12951
438. Trust Company bank vault, Atlanta, Georgia, January 21, 1953 | XML | gsu_lane_12952
439. Stone Mountain Grit Company chicken feed, Georgia, December 5, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12953
440. Mountain View Summer Camp for Girls | XML | gsu_lane_12954
441. Theatre Owners and Operators of Georgia; Tommy Thompson; Governor-Elect Marvin Griffin and others | XML | gsu_lane_12955
442. United Community and War Fund sponsored summer camp, Atlanta, Georgia, July 23, 1943 | XML | gsu_lane_12956
443. WAGA-TV performer, Atlanta, Georgia, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12957
444. Peachtree Street, Atlanta (looking south toward Flatiron Building), 1944 | XML | gsu_lane_12958
445. WBGE Mobile Unit at Rhodes Center | XML | gsu_lane_12959
446. Married couple eating on paper plates, two children, (one, an infant, in bassanette), at Davison-Paxon Company's picnic in Chastain Park (formerly, North Fulton Park), Atlanta, Georgia, July 1, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1296
447. Sterchis Brothers Furniture Store, Interior, Atlanta, Georgia, March 21, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_12960
448. Tower Loan Company; Five Points; Exterior and Interiors; Night and Day shots | XML | gsu_lane_12961
449. Southern Airways employee | XML | gsu_lane_12962
450. Robert and Company | XML | gsu_lane_12963
451. Theben Elrod Company; 254 Spring Street; Basketball | XML | gsu_lane_12964
452. Soldier getting ready to take a nap in a USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12965
453. "I'd Climb the Highest Mountain" premiere, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12966
454. Grocery store, interior, Atlanta, Georgia, March 17, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12967
455. USO performers entertaining wounded soldiers, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_12968
456. Handicapped man salutes the American flag, State Department of Education, Vocational Rehabilitation Division, Georgia, August 1942 | XML | gsu_lane_12969
457. Picnic table, at Davison-Paxon Company's picnic in Chastain Park (formerly, North Fulton Park), Atlanta, Georgia, July 1, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1297
458. W. D. Alexander Company | XML | gsu_lane_12970
459. WBGE advertising clock, Bell Dry Cleaners | XML | gsu_lane_12971
460. Variety Club Tent number 21 sponsored summer camp bus returns from Florida, Atlanta, Georgia, June 8, 1948 | XML | gsu_lane_12972
461. Georgia Warm Springs Foundation (?) | XML | gsu_lane_12973
462. Southern Airways employee | XML | gsu_lane_12974
463. Belvedere Plaza Shopping Center at night, Decatur, Georgia, August 11, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12975
464. Salvation Army; [furniture restoration] | XML | gsu_lane_12976
465. Peachtree Arcade Restaurant, with United Community and War Fund billboard, Atlanta, Georgia, January 25, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_12977
466. Southern Airways hanger | XML | gsu_lane_12978
467. Roxy Delicatessen | XML | gsu_lane_12979
468. Davison-Paxon Company sponsored segregated staff outings, such as this nighttime picnic for African Americans. An Atlanta, Georgia, park, August 18, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1298
469. Variety Club, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12980
470. African-American child in Grady Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia, November 17, 1953 | XML | gsu_lane_12981
471. African American child in a high chair, William A. Harris Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia, March 2, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_12982
472. African-American man with a brace on his leg, State Board of Education, Rehabilitation Division, Georgia, March 11, 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_12983
473. "I'd Climb the Highest Mountain" premiere, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12984
474. WBGE broadcast | XML | gsu_lane_12985
475. United Community and War Fund sponsored summer camp, Georgia, July 23, 1943 | XML | gsu_lane_12986
476. War Savings Staff event | XML | gsu_lane_12987
477. Roy Rogers visiting Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12988
478. Stein Supply Company, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 27, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_12989
479. Davison-Paxon Company sponsored segregated staff outings, such as this nighttime picnic for African Americans. An Atlanta, Georgia, park, August 18, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1299
480. Roy Rogers visiting Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12990
481. Robert and Company | XML | gsu_lane_12991
482. American Bakeries Company, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_12992
483. Southeastern Fair Association; Miss Atlanta leaving for Atlantic City | XML | gsu_lane_12993
484. Woman on crutches works with files, State Department of Education, Vocational Rehabilitation Division, Georgia, August 1942 | XML | gsu_lane_12994
485. USO hostess at a Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1943 | XML | gsu_lane_12995
486. United Defense Fund event with live orchestra at the Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, May 4, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_12996
487. Women in Hurt Park, Atlanta, Georgia, April 16, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_12997
488. West End Elementary Band | XML | gsu_lane_12998
489. Standard Oil service station at night, Atlanta, Georgia, October 19, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_12999
490. Football Team (21 players), GACA 1951 All-Stars Game, at Georgia Tech | XML | gsu_lane_13
491. A&P store manager, C.E. Parker, Atlanta, Georgia,1952 | XML | gsu_lane_130
492. Davison-Paxon Company sponsored segregated staff outings, such as this nighttime picnic for African Americans. An Atlanta, Georgia, park, August 18, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1300
493. Georgia Miss Traffic Safety with Governor Marvin Griffin, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_13000
494. Southeastern Movie Festival, 1955 (Motion Picture Theatre Owners and Operators of Georgia event) | XML | gsu_lane_13001
495. Robert and Company | XML | gsu_lane_13002
496. "Romper Room" set, WAGA-TV, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_13003
497. War Bond luncheon, Atlanta, Georgia, April 30, 1951 | XML | gsu_lane_13004
498. Woman boarding a train, Atlanta, Georgia, June 29, 1953 | XML | gsu_lane_13005
499. "Lure of the Wilderness" promotion, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13006
500. Crackers baseball crowd, Ponce de Leon Park stadium, Atlanta, Georgia, July 21, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_13007
501. Sears-Roebuck and Company; [Hog Show] | XML | gsu_lane_13008
502. "Snows of Kilimanjaro" at the Paramount Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13009
503. African-Americans on dance-floor of 180 Club, Atlanta, Georgia. Segregated party sponsored by Davison-Paxon Company, October 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1301
504. Off-duty soldiers shooting pool at a USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1942 | XML | gsu_lane_13010
505. [Textile Workers of America]; Textile Workers Union; 33 Pryor Street | XML | gsu_lane_13011
506. Soldiers listening to a jukebox, USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1942 | XML | gsu_lane_13012
507. Robert and Company | XML | gsu_lane_13013
508. Twentieth Century Fox event (Walter Brennan, Anne Francis, and Jeffrey Hunter visiting Atlanta) | XML | gsu_lane_13014
509. University of Georgia officials and Governor Marvin Griffin discussing new plans for the university, Georgia, August 8, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_13015
510. Upjohn Company; Draper Owens | XML | gsu_lane_13016
511. University of Georgia student, November 12, 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_13017
512. Children's excursion on Central of Georgia train | XML | gsu_lane_13018
513. S.S.S. Tonic Company factory | XML | gsu_lane_13019
514. African-Americans on dance-floor of 180 Club, Atlanta, Georgia. Segregated party sponsored by Davison-Paxon Company, October 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1302
515. Soldier and USO hostess shaking hands, Atlanta, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_13020
516. Southeastern Fair [Association] | XML | gsu_lane_13021
517. "Twelve O'Clock High" event, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13022
518. Women baseball players meeting children, Atlanta, Georgia, June 27, | XML | gsu_lane_13023
519. "I'd Climb the Highest Mountain" premiere, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13024
520. Cathedral Of Christ The King, Atlanta, 1949 | XML | gsu_lane_13025
521. "The Lay Line" (bus with Lay's Potato Chips and other food products displayed) | XML | gsu_lane_13026
522. Textile Workers of America; Made Atlanta Wallen [?] Mills | XML | gsu_lane_13027
523. WATL Radio coverage of Winecoff Hotel fire | XML | gsu_lane_13028
524. World War 2-era scene (Red Cross truck), Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13029
525. White line-dancers or square-dancers, at a segregated party sponsored by Davison-Paxon Company, in a cabin, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1303
526. Southern Airways plane | XML | gsu_lane_13030
527. WATL Radio interview at airport | XML | gsu_lane_13031
528. A soldier getting a shoe shine outside the USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_13032
529. Electronics, Atlanta Police Control Room | XML | gsu_lane_13033
530. Variety Club, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13034
531. Singer Sewing Machine Company; S.W. Jones, Jr.; 172A Trinity Avenue; Buchanan, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_13035
532. WATL Radio performers | XML | gsu_lane_13036
533. Crackers baseball crowd, Ponce de Leon Park stadium, Atlanta, Georgia, July 21, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_13037
534. Hirsch Hall, Law School building, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_13038
535. WBGE Christmas broadcast | XML | gsu_lane_13039
536. White square-dancers, at a segregated party sponsored by Davison-Paxon Company, in a cabin, Atlanta, Georgia, October 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1304
537. Soldier playing the piano at a USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1942 | XML | gsu_lane_13040
538. Simpson Tire Company; Flat Shoals Avenue; East Atlanta; [store exterior]; Cooper Tire Company | XML | gsu_lane_13041
539. USO Service Men's Center club, Atlanta, Georgia, 1946 | XML | gsu_lane_13042
540. "I'd Climb the Highest Mountain" premiere, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13043
541. Trust Company of Georgia new building construction, Atlanta, Georgia, December 3, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_13044
542. Downtown Atlanta scene, 1944 | XML | gsu_lane_13045
543. Children's excursion to Griffin on Central of Georgia train | XML | gsu_lane_13046
544. Disabled woman taking notes, Georgia State Department of Education, Vocational Rehabilitation Division scene, Georgia, 1942 | XML | gsu_lane_13047
545. "The Eddy Arnold Show" at the Roxy Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13048
546. Stone Mountain Grit Company plant, Georgia, December 5, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_13049
547. Davison-Paxon Company's costume party, Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, October 26, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_1305
548. African American Soldier and sailor at a USO Service Men's Center, Atlanta, Georgia, 1945 | XML | gsu_lane_13050
549. WBGE employee | XML | gsu_lane_13051
550. Maytag Appliances promotion (train for "Operation 64" sale) | XML | gsu_lane_13052
551. "Twelve O'Clock High" event, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13053
552. Sears-[Roebuck and Company]; Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College; Store manager; Tallahassee, Florida; [Livestock including cattle, sheep, pigs, etc.]; [Various building exteriors]; [Display of ""A Year's Supply of Food and Feed for a Family of Five""] | XML | gsu_lane_13054
553. Southern Automotive Journal | XML | gsu_lane_13055
554. University of Georgia student, November 12, 1947 | XML | gsu_lane_13056
555. Roxy Theatre, Atlanta, "cowboys and indians" double feature | XML | gsu_lane_13057
556. Roy Lee Band | XML | gsu_lane_13058
557. Varsity Drive-In kitchen, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_13059
558. Davison-Paxon Company fashion show, Atlanta, Georgia, January 9, 1955. This photo shows model in summer dress with matching umbrella; announcer is off to the side | XML | gsu_lane_1306
559. "The Lay Line" (bus with Lay's Potato Chips and other food products displayed) | XML | gsu_lane_13060
560. Telephone Company [Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company]; [N.S.A, 1944; Presentation plaque from Chief Signal Officer of United States Army]; [groups] | XML | gsu_lane_13061
561. WATL Radio interview at airport | XML | gsu_lane_13062
562. Children's excursion on Central of Georgia train | XML | gsu_lane_13063
563. Trust Company of Georgia new building construction, Atlanta, Georgia, December 3, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_13064
564. Twentieth Century Fox event (Walter Brennan, Anne Francis, and Jeffrey Hunter visiting Atlanta) | XML | gsu_lane_13065
565. Walco Sporting Goods display | XML | gsu_lane_13066
566. Stone Mountain Grit Company, Chicken feed grit examples, Stone Mountain, Georgia, September 25, 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_13067
567. ERCO Ercoupe, Atlanta, Georgia, June 18, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_13068
568. Variety Club Tent number 21 banquet, Atlanta, Georgia, December 12, 1953 | XML | gsu_lane_13069
569. Davison-Paxon Company's party and awards ceremony, Atlanta, Georgia, February 15, 1955. In this photo employees are playing "What's My Line," a game modeled after a popular television show. The moderator is identified as Julian Trivers, Mary Mitchell is the contestant, and the panelists are Joyce Smith, Dick Gaines, Stella Mace, and Barney Wilhoit | XML | gsu_lane_1307
570. Grocery store, interior, Atlanta, Georgia, March 17, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_13070
571. Sophie Mae Peanut Brittle on grocery shelf | XML | gsu_lane_13071
572. WBGE poster at Wagstaff Motor Co | XML | gsu_lane_13072
573. Seven Hills Gun Club; Mike Benton | XML | gsu_lane_13073
574. Speidel Corporation; Miss America; Phill Worlfe; Southern Jewelers Convention | XML | gsu_lane_13074
575. Southerland, Tuttle, and Brenan; Loading Zone Peachtree at Houston | XML | gsu_lane_13075
576. Stone Mountain Grit Company officials, Stone Mountain, Georgia, March 17, 1954 | XML | gsu_lane_13076
577. Francis X. Bushman visiting Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13077
578. Southern Federal Saving and Loan Association; Hurt Building | XML | gsu_lane_13078
579. Speidel Corporation; Miss America; Phill Worlfe; Southern Jewelers Convention | XML | gsu_lane_13079
580. Davison-Paxon Company fashion show and sale, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1955. In this photo, models are ringing hand-bells, surrounded by signs reading: "Davison's 65th Anniversary Sale: Basement Dollar Day. A Davison bell ringer: Bell Ringers for good grooming." | XML | gsu_lane_1308
581. "The Eddy Arnold Show" at the Roxy Theatre, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13080
582. WATL Radio interview at airport | XML | gsu_lane_13081
583. Sterchi's furniture store, Atlanta, Georgia, October 11, 1950 | XML | gsu_lane_13082
584. Women of Motion Picture Industry (Atlanta Club) event | XML | gsu_lane_13083
585. WSB-TV control room | XML | gsu_lane_13084
586. "Donald Duck In Person" event at Atlanta-area grocery store | XML | gsu_lane_13085
587. WSB-TV news broadcast | XML | gsu_lane_13086
588. WQXI Spectacular at Atlanta Auditorium | XML | gsu_lane_13087
589. Women of Motion Picture Industry (Atlanta Club) luncheon | XML | gsu_lane_13088
590. White Motor Company vans (Southern Dairies) | XML | gsu_lane_13089
591. Seven African-American women schoolteachers with a white male supervisor at a luncheon sponsored by Davison-Paxon Company, Atlanta, Georgia, April 15, 1955. [Afro-American] School Teachers' Luncheon | XML | gsu_lane_1309
592. Sears Roebuck (?) hardware counter | XML | gsu_lane_13090
593. Woody Willow of WSB-TV, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13091
594. Wilys Motors Company event at Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13092
595. Wagstaff Motors | XML | gsu_lane_13093
596. Biltmore Hotel event | XML | gsu_lane_13094
597. Biltmore Hotel event | XML | gsu_lane_13095
598. Unidentified group arriving at Atlanta Airport | XML | gsu_lane_13096
599. Men with film projector | XML | gsu_lane_13097
600. Wilys Motors Company event at Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13098
601. WSB lobby sign board | XML | gsu_lane_13099
602. A&P store manager, Lewis Morne, Atlanta, Georgia,1952 | XML | gsu_lane_131
603. Davison-Paxon Company's outdoor fashion show, featuring historic costumes, Atlanta, Georgia, June 20 and 21, 1955. This photo pictures three women dressed in "Antebellum" hoop skirts | XML | gsu_lane_1310
604. Breakfast Club with Don McNeal broadcast from Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_13100
605. Grogan's Garage, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13101
606. Unidentified group in "Native American" headdresses | XML | gsu_lane_13102
607. WGST radio personality | XML | gsu_lane_13103
608. Biltmore Hotel event | XML | gsu_lane_13104
609. Boots Woodall and his Radio Wranglers, WGST, 1949 | XML | gsu_lane_13105
610. White Motor Company van (Superior Laundry) | XML | gsu_lane_13106
611. Easter Egg Hunt interview | XML | gsu_lane_13107
612. WSB lobby sign board | XML | gsu_lane_13108
613. WGST radio transmitting facility, 1948 | XML | gsu_lane_13109
614. Davison-Paxon Company's outdoor fashion show, featuring historic costumes, Atlanta, Georgia, June 20 and 21, 1955. This photo pictures two-horse-drawn open wagon with sign: "We pull for Bill Daly's Red Barn." | XML | gsu_lane_1311
615. Women of Motion Picture Industry (Atlanta Club) award | XML | gsu_lane_13110
616. Whitman Candy Company, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13111
617. Cotton Carrier with his band (The Plantation Gang?), WSB Radio | XML | gsu_lane_13112
618. Georgia Governor Marvin Griffin (center) and group | XML | gsu_lane_13113
619. Manhattan Coil Corporation (?), Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13114
620. Wisconsin Cheese promotion event | XML | gsu_lane_13115
621. "Woody Willow" on WSB-TV, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13116
622. Women of Fim Row, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13117
623. Unidentified house | XML | gsu_lane_13118
624. Grant's store (W. T. Grant Company) candy counter, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13119
625. Davison-Paxon Company's outdoor fashion show, featuring historic costumes, Atlanta, Georgia, June 20 and 21, 1955. This photo pictures model in fringed "Flapper" dress, dancing the Charleston | XML | gsu_lane_1312
626. WGST performers | XML | gsu_lane_13120
627. Whitley Construction Company (unidentified bridge) | XML | gsu_lane_13121
628. WAGA-TV, Bob Hope appearance | XML | gsu_lane_13122
629. Biltmore Hotel event | XML | gsu_lane_13123
630. Grant's store (W. T. Grant Company) soda fountain, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13124
631. White Motor Company van (Briarcliff Laundry) | XML | gsu_lane_13125
632. West Lumber Company, Doraville, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_13126
633. Women of Fim Row event at Formwalt Girls' Home | XML | gsu_lane_13127
634. WAOK Radio (portrait of disc jockey Zenas Sears) | XML | gsu_lane_13128
635. Child arriving in Atlanta Airport | XML | gsu_lane_13129
636. African-American couples playing game in which a white ball (ca. 5-inch diameter) is pressed between their foreheads. Segregated party sponsored by Davison-Paxon Company, Atlanta, Georgia, August 18, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_1313
637. Woodrow Wilson College of Law graduation | XML | gsu_lane_13130
638. West Lumber Company, Scottdale, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_13131
639. WGST Radio advertisement in Holzman's jewelry store | XML | gsu_lane_13132
640. Breakfast Club with Don McNeal broadcast from Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_13133
641. Women of Motion Picture Industry (Atlanta Club) gavel | XML | gsu_lane_13134
642. West Lumber Company | XML | gsu_lane_13135
643. Wilson Jones Company, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13136
644. Event at WSB White Columns building | XML | gsu_lane_13137
645. WSB Barn Dance performer | XML | gsu_lane_13138
646. WSB-TV diving broadcast | XML | gsu_lane_13139
647. Tables of four African-Americans playing bingo at the Elks Club, in a Davison-Paxon Company sponsored segregated party, Atlanta, Georgia, October 14, 1955 | XML | gsu_lane_1314
648. WLTV-TV broadcast (Life Magazine promotion) | XML | gsu_lane_13140
649. WSB-TV cooking program | XML | gsu_lane_13141
650. Wilson Jones Company, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13142
651. WGST Radio advertisement in electrical supply store window | XML | gsu_lane_13143
652. Crosley Broadcasting event at WTWA-TV | XML | gsu_lane_13144
653. Event at WSB White Columns building | XML | gsu_lane_13145
654. Women of Motion Picture Industry (Atlanta Club) event at the Variety Club | XML | gsu_lane_13146
655. Walter R. Thomas [Jewelry Company] | XML | gsu_lane_13147
656. WGST radio truck, 1948 | XML | gsu_lane_13148
657. WSB-TV broadcast | XML | gsu_lane_13149
658. Segregated dance party, Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, sponsored by Davison-Paxon Company, November 16, 1955. In this photo a white band performs while white couples dance | XML | gsu_lane_1315
659. WSB-TV transmitter facility | XML | gsu_lane_13150
660. Whitley Construction Company (unidentified building) | XML | gsu_lane_13151
661. WGST Radio display, Liggett's drugstore window | XML | gsu_lane_13152
662. WAGA-TV ("Ellery Queen") billboard, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13153
663. Women of Motion Picture Industry (Atlanta Club) award | XML | gsu_lane_13154
664. Peachtree Cowboys steel guitarist Mac Atcheson, WSB-TV, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13155
665. Breakfast Club with Don McNeal broadcast from Atlanta arrival, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_13156
666. War Finance Committee event | XML | gsu_lane_13157
667. Manhattan Coil Corporation (?), Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13158
668. World Acceptance Corporation (?) meeting | XML | gsu_lane_13159
669. Segregated dance party, Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, sponsored by Davison-Paxon Company, November 16, 1955. In this photo two professional dancers perform a synchronized dance step; the band is not performing | XML | gsu_lane_1316
670. West Lumber Company | XML | gsu_lane_13160
671. WGST performers, 1949 | XML | gsu_lane_13161
672. White Motor Company van (Merita Bread) | XML | gsu_lane_13162
673. WSB-TV mobile unit | XML | gsu_lane_13163
674. Women of Fim Row event at Mission on Formwalt Street | XML | gsu_lane_13164
675. WSB-TV cooking program | XML | gsu_lane_13165
676. Cotton Carrier band (The Plantation Gang?) member, WSB Radio | XML | gsu_lane_13166
677. Henry Ford visiting WSB Radio, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13167
678. Ruth Kent Show, WSB-TV | XML | gsu_lane_13168
679. War Finance Committee event | XML | gsu_lane_13169
680. Workers' party in Davison-Paxon Company warehouse, Atlanta, Georgia, December 9, 1955. The party included talent shows and comical skits. In this photo six men dressed variously as "hillbilly" men, women, and children perform. One employee dressed in kilt | XML | gsu_lane_1317
681. Biltmore Hotel event | XML | gsu_lane_13170
682. Whitley Construction Company (cement mixer fleet) | XML | gsu_lane_13171
683. WGST performers, 1949 | XML | gsu_lane_13172
684. Women of Fim Row, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13173
685. Biltmore Hotel event | XML | gsu_lane_13174
686. War Finance Committee event | XML | gsu_lane_13175
687. Vox Pop broadcast from Marietta, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_13176
688. Southern Railway streamlined train (group in nineteenth-century costume) | XML | gsu_lane_13177
689. WGST radio personality, 1949 | XML | gsu_lane_13178
690. White Motor Company van (Creatwood Farm Dairy) | XML | gsu_lane_13179
691. Workers' party in Davison-Paxon Company warehouse, Atlanta, Georgia, December 9, 1955. The party included talent shows and comical skits. In this photo, one employee, wearing a kilt, is dancing, making a high kick; another employee, wearing an eye patch, is singing at a microphone | XML | gsu_lane_1318
692. Wynne's Apartment Hotel, 644 North Highland Avenue | XML | gsu_lane_13180
693. WQXI Spectacular at Atlanta Auditorium | XML | gsu_lane_13181
694. WPLO Radio personality with kitten | XML | gsu_lane_13182
695. WGST Radio broadcasters at Grant Field, Georgia Tech | XML | gsu_lane_13183
696. WGST Radio performers including Paul Stanforth | XML | gsu_lane_13184
697. WSB-TV crossword program | XML | gsu_lane_13185
698. Unidentified musician, WSB-TV | XML | gsu_lane_13186
699. Grant's (W. T. Grant Company) store opening, Moreland Plaza, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13187
700. Banquet for 7th War Bond Drive | XML | gsu_lane_13188
701. WSB Radio performers | XML | gsu_lane_13189
702. Five-man African-American band (piano, trumpet, drums, saxophone and singer), on stage at the Elks Club, Atlanta, Georgia, December 16, 1955. Segregated Christmas party sponsored by Davison-Paxon Company for its African-American employees | XML | gsu_lane_1319
703. WAGA-TV Romper Room | XML | gsu_lane_13190
704. Willliams Brothers Lumber Company Building, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13191
705. Breakfast Club with Don McNeal broadcast from Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, 1952 | XML | gsu_lane_13192
706. WGST Radio performers | XML | gsu_lane_13193
707. Biltmore Hotel event | XML | gsu_lane_13194
708. WSB Radio performers | XML | gsu_lane_13195
709. WSB-TV broadcast ("Battle of the Ages"?) | XML | gsu_lane_13196
710. Woodrow Wilson College of Law graduation | XML | gsu_lane_13197
711. WSB Barn Dance performers | XML | gsu_lane_13198
712. White Motor Company dumptruck | XML | gsu_lane_13199
713. A&P store manager, T.M. Wood, Atlanta, Georgia,1952 | XML | gsu_lane_132
714. Photo of entertainer, standing at a microphone, Georgian Terrace Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1956 | XML | gsu_lane_1320
715. Women of Motion Picture Industry (Atlanta Club) banquet | XML | gsu_lane_13200
716. WGST prize award, 1949 | XML | gsu_lane_13201
717. Wisconsin Cheese promotion staff | XML | gsu_lane_13202
718. WPLO Radio personality with kitten | XML | gsu_lane_13203
719. Grogan's Garage, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13204
720. WSB-TV news broadcast | XML | gsu_lane_13205
721. War Finance Committee event | XML | gsu_lane_13206
722. Woodmen of the World flag ceremony | XML | gsu_lane_13207
723. Event at WSB White Columns building | XML | gsu_lane_13208
724. Big Barn Dance billboard, WGST radio, 1949 | XML | gsu_lane_13209
725. Dance party for African-American employees of Davison-Paxon Company, Atlanta, Georgia, May 11, 1956. Held at the Elks Club, Auburn Avenue | XML | gsu_lane_1321
726. Walter R. Thomas Jewelry [Company]; Front of New Store; West End | XML | gsu_lane_13210
727. Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company, 240 Garnett Street, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13211
728. Atlanta Car for Hire Association member (?) taxicab | XML | gsu_lane_13212
729. Unidentified building | XML | gsu_lane_13213
730. Atlanta Car for Hire Association member taxicab (Gate City) | XML | gsu_lane_13214
731. Elephant snow sculpture | XML | gsu_lane_13215
732. Costumed couple | XML | gsu_lane_13216
733. Unidentified house | XML | gsu_lane_13217
734. Cotton Carrier with his band (The Plantation Gang?), WSB Radio | XML | gsu_lane_13218
735. Unidentified house | XML | gsu_lane_13219
736. Dance party for African-American employees of Davison-Paxon Company, Atlanta, Georgia, May 11, 1956. Held at the Elks Club, Auburn Avenue | XML | gsu_lane_1322
737. Lakewood Fairgrounds rollercoaster | XML | gsu_lane_13220
738. Georgia Department of Health, Welfare, and Education Building | XML | gsu_lane_13221
739. WGST Radio group | XML | gsu_lane_13222
740. West Lumber Company, Doraville, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_13223
741. Women of Motion Picture Industry (Atlanta Club) award | XML | gsu_lane_13224
742. WSB Radio musicians | XML | gsu_lane_13225
743. Governor Herman Talmadge with WGST radio group (?) | XML | gsu_lane_13226
744. White Motor Company van (Peachtree Dairy) | XML | gsu_lane_13227
745. Gene Autry show at Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, 1948 | XML | gsu_lane_13228
746. Wisconsin Cheese promotion, Atlanta Mayor William B. Hartsfield's office | XML | gsu_lane_13229
747. Dedication of Glen Haven, DeKalb County, Georgia, November 15, 1948. Photograph commissioned by the DeKalb New Era | XML | gsu_lane_1323
748. Wild Bill Lange and His Musical Maniacs (pianist portrait) | XML | gsu_lane_13230
749. Whitley Construction Company (unidentified bridge) | XML | gsu_lane_13231
750. Women of Fim Row event, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13232
751. WAGA-TV 4-H Club program | XML | gsu_lane_13233
752. White Motor Company truck (Briarcliff Laundry) | XML | gsu_lane_13234
753. Unidentified house | XML | gsu_lane_13235
754. WPLO Radio Cooking School, Buckhead Theatre | XML | gsu_lane_13236
755. Whitley Construction Company (unidentified bridge) | XML | gsu_lane_13237
756. Yale Locks presentation | XML | gsu_lane_13238
757. Unidentified house | XML | gsu_lane_13239
758. Three men examining a small world globe, photo commissioned by DeKalb New Era | XML | gsu_lane_1324
759. Statesmen Quartet at WSB, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13240
760. WSB Radio event or promotion | XML | gsu_lane_13241
761. Opera singers visiting WSB Radio, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13242
762. White Motor Company (Southern Dairies van) | XML | gsu_lane_13243
763. Whitley Construction Company plant, Decatur, Georgia | XML | gsu_lane_13244
764. WSB Barn Dance performers | XML | gsu_lane_13245
765. Marietta Army Airfield | XML | gsu_lane_13246
766. 4-H Club on WAGA-TV, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13247
767. Wilson Jones Company, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13248
768. WSB-TV broadcast | XML | gsu_lane_13249
769. People in and around jeep in Decatur, Georgia town square; two youths in the jeep are holding up a "liberty" flag. Photo commissioned by the DeKalb New Era | XML | gsu_lane_1325
770. Unidentified building | XML | gsu_lane_13250
771. WGST Radio personality | XML | gsu_lane_13251
772. Cotton Carrier band (The Plantation Gang?) member, WSB Radio | XML | gsu_lane_13252
773. Wisconsin Cheese promotion, Atlanta Mayor William B. Hartsfield's office | XML | gsu_lane_13253
774. Women Accountants group with award | XML | gsu_lane_13254
775. WGST Radio performers | XML | gsu_lane_13255
776. WGST radio performers | XML | gsu_lane_13256
777. Women's Association of the Allied Beverage Industries, group arriving at Airport | XML | gsu_lane_13257
778. Wild Bill Lange and His Musical Maniacs (reed player portrait) | XML | gsu_lane_13258
779. Unidentified house | XML | gsu_lane_13259
780. Office staff standing around a desk that has a large aerial bomb on the edge. Calendar on the wall open to October. Photo commissioned by the DeKalb New Era | XML | gsu_lane_1326
781. Women of Motion Picture Industry (Atlanta Club) event | XML | gsu_lane_13260
782. Manhattan Coil Corporation (?), Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13261
783. School band on WLWA-TV | XML | gsu_lane_13262
784. Peachtree Cowboys guitarist, WSB-TV, Atlanta | XML | gsu_lane_13263
785. Cotton Carrier band (The Plantation Gang?) member, WSB Radio | XML | gsu_lane_13264
786. WSB Barn Dance performers | XML | gsu_lane_13265
787. School band on WLWA-TV | XML | gsu_lane_13266
788. Whitley Construction Company (unidentified bridge) | XML | gsu_lane_13267
789. WAGA-TV, Bob Hope appearance | XML | gsu_lane_13268
790. Women of Motion Picture Industry (Atlanta Club) event at the Variety Club | XML | gsu_lane_13269
791. Six women in military uniforms, sitting and standing at a desk, reading papers. Photo commissioned by the DeKalb New Era | XML | gsu_lane_1327

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