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11 Southern Pictures 1905 - 1957

 
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Columbus, Georgia, circa 1952. "Library staff." On the premises of the Columbus Enquirer.

Find the Battle Flag.
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Columbus, Georgia, circa 1957. "TV classroom." Today's lesson: "What is an insect"

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From sometime in the 1950s in the vicinity of Columbus, Georgia, comes this unidentified pugilist.

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Columbus, Georgia. "Oldsmobile dealer." The Golden Rocket 88 Holiday Sedan for 1957.

There is still one of these in Tarboro
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Columbus, Georgia, circa 1955. "Don Wasson" is all it says here. In addition to "Meet me at Lee's."

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One of our annual trips from New Jersey to Florida circa 1951-52. This was pre-Interstate days and we traveled U.S. 17, 301 or sometimes A1A. Not sure which ferry this is. With Mom, sister and older brother

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Columbus, Georgia, or vicinity circa 1950, and another snap from the "Housing" series.

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1905. "Hotel Chamberlin and government dock, Old Point Comfort, Virginia." A gigantic Queen Anne-style hotel designed by the firm of Smithmeyer and Pelz, architects of the Library of Congress, opened in 1894 and was destroyed by fire in 1920.

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Circa 1912. "Panorama of Virginia State Capitol, Richmond." Part II

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The Old Dominion circa 1912. "Richmond, Virginia, panorama." Part II

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Nov. 28, 1935. One-stop shopping for Wonder Bread, Stud, Prince Albert, ice cream and what-have-you.
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