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Dick Clark’s Georgia Legacy

In October 1958, Dick Clark promoted the March of Dimes’ newly redirected focus on eliminating birth defects.  At that time The March of Dimes was the fundraising arm of the National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis, which was established in Georgia … Continue reading

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The Photograph as Evidence: FDR at Oglethorpe May 22, 1932

Lane Brothers Stationary

PHOTOGRAPHS IN SPECIAL COLLECTIONS AND ARCHIVES Photographs are invaluable in documenting people, events, attitudes, aesthetics, and changes in the social and physical environments. Special Collections and Archives houses many photograph collections of various sizes, from the Lane Brothers Commercial Photographers … Continue reading

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