Herbert H. Lee Photographs, 1919-1968, undated

Included in this collection are slides and photographs of geographic locations, events, and transportation in Atlanta and the state of Georgia. The collection contains images of downtown Atlanta, including aerial views, government buildings, private residences, parks, street scenes, railroads, as well as photographs depicting poverty and sub-standard housing. The photographs of Herbert H. Lee are an excellent resource for those interested in the subject of urban renewal, and the post-World War II physical development of Atlanta's central neighborhoods. The collection also includes images of the arrival of the Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus to Atlanta, and parades, including one for Confederate veterans, and one honoring the military during World War II. The collection contains images depicting railways and train depots in and around Atlanta.

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