These 1,666 postcards, dating from the early 1900s through the 1970s, come from a variety of sources in the collections of the Georgia Archives. They depict many historical buildings and landmarks throughout the state. Of particular interest are postcards collected in the 1920s by the Georgia Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution of historical markers erected in Georgia by the D.A.R.
Usage Note: This collection is provided for reference and educational purposes only. The Georgia Archives cannot provide permission to publish.
Users may download the images for personal or educational use—students may include images in reports, for instance, and teachers may use the images in the classroom—if the following credit line is included with the image: Courtesy of the Georgia Archives. Each image has a “Cite as” field in the Document Description. Users can form a complete citation by combining the “Caption” and “Cite as” fields for the individual image.
This collection was completed and launched in February 2006.
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