Columbus State University Archives

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Photograph of a large, white, plantation-style house with a woman standing in front of the steps leading up to the porch.

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Photograph of large, white, plantation style, house with four columns.

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Photograph of group of 5 unidentified people

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Photograph ofLee and his daddy

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Photograph of a unidentified young man (S. M. Wellborn ?)

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Photograph of Samuel M. Wellborn Jr. (Samuel Marshall) Born August 21st 1907.

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Photograph of S.M. Wellborn Sr.

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Photograph of Billy McK. and Bronco Ben. Text on back reads, "Very Truly Yours Billy McK. and Bronco Ben." Last few words are illegible.

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Mary Ann Bennett Goetchius (married September 11, 1839) 1819-1878. Text on back of the photograph reads, "Mother for Mary Mck."

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Unidentified baby in bassinet 4 ½ months

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Interior photo of the home of H.R. Goetchius.

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Photograph of Mary Wellborn and Little Marshall

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Photograph of Willie and Mary McKinley.

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Misses Mary McKinley, Mary Beatty, Sarah Cobb, July 1900.

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Photograph of Guy McKinley taken in Macon, Georgia

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Photograph of Robert E. Lee. Text on photograph states, "Entered according to Act of Congress by M.B. Brady & Co. in the year 1865 at the District Court of the District of Columbia."

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Photo of Richard Rose Goetchius at age 58, father of Henry R. Goetchius. Photo taken by Van Riper, Columbus, Georgia, 1872. Text on the back of the photograph reads: "Richard Rose Goetchius, aged 58, died November 21st 1875, aged 61, my dear noble…

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Photo of an attractive couple sitting in a horse-drawn buggy. Typed description reads “Goetchius relatives, probably 1900”

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Photo of a group of 14 adult men and women on porch of a log cabin at picnic at Bullard's country home. Text on the back of the photograph reads: "Kodak of picnic party at Dr. Bullard's country home July - 1912 - taken by T.C. Hudson. The order named…