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The Photos of W.W. Law

Savannah’s Civil Rights movement is well-documented in the collection, including this demonstration at the Chatham County Courthouse in the early 1960s.


Rare images of coastal life in the 1920s and 1930s appear in the archival projects, including this one of fishermen hauling in the day’s catch.


The A. E. Beach Class of 1935 posed at King-Tisdell Cottage posed for a significant reunion. The photo has no date but is estimated to be circa 1984-1994.


W. W. Law exchanged a gift with this unidentified woman sometime in the 1960s.


Foltz Photography Studio captured this shot of Red Cross workers sometime between1910 and 1920.


First graders at Massie Elementary School recite the Pledge of Allegiance in September, 1967.