- Joe McTyre Photograph Collection, 1889-1985, undated
- Hartsfield, William
- McTyre, Joe
- Joe McTyre Photograph Collection, Atlanta History Center
- Date of Original:
Hartsfield, William Berry, 1890-1971
- United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.749, -84.38798
- View of Atlanta Mayor William Hartsfield playing trumpet with a group of automatronic monkeys.
William Berry Hartsfield was a native of Atlanta, Georgia, and a prominent 20th-century political leader. He was first elected to the Atlanta City Council in 1922. As an alderman, he helped establish Atlanta's first airport. He served six terms as mayor of Atlanta, first from 1937-41. He lost to challenger Roy McCraw in 1941, who served only a partial term after volunteering for overseas duty during World War II. Hartsfield re-gained his office in 1942 and served consecutive terms through 1961.
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- VIS 106.03.01
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- 2 1/4 in. or smaller black and white negative
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- Atlanta History Center