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1 Title:   Albumen print of the University of Georgia campus  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Unknown  
  Dates:   1880-1890  
The collection consists of an albumen print of the University of Georgia campus from Broad Street showing what is now the Holmes/Hunter Academic Building (separated) and Phi Kappa.
  Identifier:   ms2649  
  Repository:   University of Georgia Archives  
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2 Title:   Molten family photograph album  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Molten family  
  Dates:   1860s-1880s  
The collection consists of a photograph album containing mostly portraits of the Molten family. The photographs are all albumen prints from the 1870s and 1880s except for one tintype from the 1860s. Reference material provided by the Molten descendants identify many of the portrait subjects and photographers, and it is noted that some of the unidentified portraits may be of the Brearley branch of the family. The photographers based in Philadelphia include Frederick Gutekunst, Broadbent & Phillips, Suddards & Fennemore, Taylor & Brown, James Cremer, O. Knipe, P. Edward Chillman & Co., Gilbert & Bacon, and Samuel McMullin. Other photographers, many of whom were based in New England but some were as distant as Australia, England, and Germany, include F. Baum, Rawson, J.A. Wins, H.G. Smith, G. & R. Lavis, Moses Bowness, Tuttle & Co., Hermann Witte, R. Dighton, W. L. (Washington Lafayette) Germon, and Harry Pointer.
  Identifier:   ms3976  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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3 Title:   Camp and Keeler families papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Keeler family  
  Dates:   1817-1967  
The collection consists of correspondence (from George H. Keeler, Milton and Louise Keeler, et al), diaries, documents, ledgers, journals, scrapbooks, sheet music, broadsides, newspapers, musical manuscripts, postage stamps, postcards, books on local history, photographs and other related printed ephemera spanning dates from 1817 to the 1960s. The documents mostly relate to the families of George King Camp and George H. Keeler; included are an appointment as Postmaster of Marietta (signed by William Howard Taft, 1910), Cobb County land deeds, Confederate bonds, and receipts. Photographs include a record of Sarah Atwood Camp's travels via steamship; an album of albumen photographs of Florida, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Martinique, Antiqua, St. Thomas, Puerto Rico, and Cuba; and daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, cartes-de-visite, and tintypes of family members.
  Identifier:   ms3374  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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