Porcelain plate commemorating General James Oglethorpe’s founding of the Colony of Georgia, 19th Century.
Spike from the Georgia Railroad line which ran from Morgan County to Dekalb County, 19th century. George Washington Adair became successful in Atlanta in real estate, initially working as a conductor driving the Western and Atlantic’s first locomotive into Atlanta. He would later found the Atlanta Street Railway Company and serve as president of the Georgia Western Railroads.
Gate City Guard uniform cap. The Guard was a local militia organized to aid the police and firemen in the rapidly growing city of Atlanta. 19th century.
Porcelain from Milledgeville Governor’s Mansion during the administration of Governor Joseph E. Brown. From the Collection of Virginia Davis, 19th century.
Autograph book belonging to Joel Hurt, late 19th century.
Porcelain doll, Randall family collection, 19th century.
First in Class Medal awarded to Emily English upon her graduation from the Atlanta Female Institute. Miss English was the daughter of Mayor James Warren English, 19th century.
Arms of Liberty Chinese export porcelain bowl, the Reeves Collection at Washington and Lee University, Virginia.
Washington & Lee University Bicentennial Commemorative Plates, from the collection of Joyce Krinsky.
Bust of José Julián Martí Pérez, a poet, philosopher, and political theorist. His works were critical to inspiring the Cuban Revolution against the Spanish Empire in the late nineteenth century.