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ceiling, painted, high grand chandeliers

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Photo of small girl wearing knickers, blouse and a large ribbon.

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River bank scene, Halifax River, Daytona, Florida. Boat anchored in middle of river.

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Photo of front of a house with ivy covered walls

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Photo of the Joseph family in front of their home in Warm Springs, Georgia, July 17, 1898.

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Portrait of single male figure, with house, tree and river in the background. Vibrant, surreal palette. Commercially matted and framed.

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Two unidentified cast members of Columbus College's production of "American Graffiti".

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Newspaper article about Blind Tom and his death

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Two unidentified students rehearsing for their performance of "Henry IV"

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"Just say no" scenario with the speaker (right) and an unidentified student.

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Students rehearsing for the play "Marat/Sade". David Fortuna and D. Arnold Powell carry Bruce Greging on their shoulders.

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Unidentified Columbus College students performing "Oh Dad, Poor Dad".

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Three unidentified students in Columbus College's production of "The House of the Blue Leaves"

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Round sign with a red and black diamond and spiral motif in the center. It read: " Pasaquan- Afro- American- Indian- Nature- Corporative" around the perimeter, just inside a scalloped aluminum edging. Label on reverse from previous exhibit at the…

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Woman with red bow and blue shirt set within an interior bedroom scene. Nails protrude from all four outward edges.

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L-R: Sandy Linver and Chris Abbattisti rehearse for the play "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf"

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De Brahm, an engineer/surveyor who arrived in Georgia with the Salzburgers, executed the first large-scale southern map that possessed topographical accuracy. He used the scientific surveys of others and conducted his own for several years. This…

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Many scholars view this as the most important map in American history because of its role in defining the new nation. Mitchell, a Virginian educated in medicine in Edinburgh, created this map for political reasons, to show how the French were…