Vanishing Carroll County photographs
Scope and Contents
This collection contains miscellanous papers, photo negatives, slides, one CD, photo catalog cards, and historic images represented by copies of original photos, and a few originals photographs that were in the possession of Carroll County community residents, local libraries, and the University of West Georgia Special Collections.
- House, Myron W. (Myron Wade), 1951- (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Open to all users.
Conditions Governing Use
Rights held by the University of West Georgia.
Biographical / Historical
Myron House and other faculty members published two pictorial history books using photographs from the community and from Special Collections - At Home in Carrollton (1995) and From A&M to State University (1998). This collection was created as part of that process and modeled after the Vanishing Georgia series of the Georgia Department of Archives and History. House used the same type of metadata card for each photograph as the Georgia Archives, noting who owned the original and attaching a thumbnail copy of the photograph. The bulk of this collection functions as a pictorial index to photographs depicting Carroll County history.
3.21 Linear feet (7 boxes)
This collection contains photographs and records pertaining to the history of Carroll County.
The collection is arranged into series. Series I: People and Groups; Series II: A & M School and West Georgia College Buildings and Activities; Series III: Carroll County Homes; Series IV: Carroll County; Series V: Miscellanous Papers and Photo Negatives.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
This collection was donated by Myron House, former UWG archivist.
Records processed by Jennah MacPherson, 2019.
- Guide to the Vanishing Carroll County Photographs
- Finding aid prepared by Jennah MacPherson
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description