1939 African Artifacts

Collection:
Paine College Library Digital Collection
Title:
1939 African Artifacts
Date of Original:
1939
Subject:
African American universities and colleges
Paine Institute
Art
Location:
United States, Georgia, Richmond County, Augusta, 33.47097, -81.97484
Medium:
photographs
Type:
StillImage
Format:
image/jpeg
Description:
African Art Collection Once Housed In Haygood Hall. The Gentleman In The Photograph Is The Late William Elmo Tabb Who Made The Collection While Doing Missionary Work In The Belgian Congo And Liberia. In The Four Divisions Of The Collection Displayed On The Second And Fourth Floors Of Haygood Hall, There Were Representatives From The Cultures Of At Least Ten Different Tribes. This Irreplaceable Collection Had An Appraised Value Of Approximately One Million Dollars. The Collection and Haygood Hall were destroyed by fire, August 3, 1968.
Metadata URL:
http://hbcudigitallibrary.auctr.edu/cdm/ref/collection/PCLD/id/46
Additional Rights Information:
Physical rights of the images in this collection are retained by the Collins-Callaway Library, Special Collections/Archives of Paine College, or are protected by copyright. To order an item or to inquire about permission to publish, please contact the Library Director at 706-821-8361.
Original Collection:
Collins-Callaway Library/Special Collections and Archives
Holding Institution:
Paine College. Library
Rights:
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