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Negatives (photographs)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Architecture. Glass slides/negatives, circa 1965

Identifier: SP-40-01
Content Description 10 glass slides that were originally given to Southern Technical College from Georgia Technical Institute, circa 1960's. The slides are all examples of contemporary and classic international architecture. 1. Clarence Steinand H. Wright plan of house, Radburn NJ; 2. San Satiro (Sacristo), Milan Italy; 3. Rue Mallet-Stevens, Paris France; 4. The Alhambra, Court of the Myrtles, Granada Spain; 5. detail of cathedral, Seville, Spain; 6. Independence Hall, Philadelphia,...
Dates: circa 1965

Georgia Marble Company Records, circa 1910-2004

Identifier: SC-G-006
Abstract The Georgia Marble Company was founded in May 1884, in Tate, Georgia, by entrepreneurs Henry C. Clement, Frank H. Sidall, and O.F. Bane, with Henry C. Clement serving as president of the company. Around the same time, another businessman named Samuel Tate purchased tracts of land containing large deposits of marble in Pickens County, Georgia, and he too became a partner in the Georgia Marble Company. In 1905, Sam Tate became the company’s president, continuing in that position until his...
Dates: circa 1910-2004

Marietta Housing Authority Records, 1938-2012

Identifier: SC-M-003
Content Description The Marietta Housing Authority (MHA) was created by the Mayor and Council of Marietta, Georgia on May 9, 1938, with the first meeting of the MHA Board of Commissioners taking place in June 30, 1938. Founded in the midst of the Great Depression and the New Deal, the Marietta Housing Authority has undertaken a variety of housing projects over the years. This collection begins with the very first meeting of the MHA’s Board of Commissioners. It continues through the group’s merging...
Dates: circa 1938-2012

Theatre in the Square Collection, 1982-2012

Identifier: SC-T-001
Arrangement Items have been physically maintained, for the most part, as received by the repository. However, seven series' have been created and all series and files/items have been arranged alphabetically within the online finding aid. The seven series' are: Series 1. Production Files; Series 2. Publicity, Development and Fundraising, Awards, and Special Events; Series 3. Programs, Projects, and Workshops; Series 4. Administrative Records; Series 5. Business and Financial Records; Series 6. Audio and...
Dates: 1982-2012