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Photo, Print, Drawing Pope's Museum, Grady County, Georgia

About this Item

Title

  • Pope's Museum, Grady County, Georgia

Names

  • Fleischhauer, Carl

Created / Published

  • Grady County , Georgia, August 25, 1977 - August 26, 1977

Headings

  • -  Folklore--Georgia
  • -  Photographs
  • -  Ethnography
  • -  United States -- Georgia -- Grady County

Genre

  • Photographs
  • Ethnography

Notes

  • -  Art environments created by Laura Pope Forester (aka Forrester, 1873-1953) and Eddie Owens Martin (also known as St. EOM, 1908-1986) were documented as part of the South-Central Georgia Folklife Project in 1977 in support of the "Folk Art and Folklife" exhibition, installed at the Library of Congress, January 26-April 2, 1978. This exhibition brought together materials from the South-Central Georgia Folklife Project and the art exhibition "Missing Pieces: Georgia Folk Art 1770-1976," which had opened in 1976 at the Atlanta Historical Society and included works by Forester and Martin.
  • -  Frame numbers and descriptions: at Pope's Museum, the former home of Laura Pope Forester (aka Forrester, 1873-1953), Grady County GA: 01-02, in the garden, sculpture of a Red Cross nurse next to a plaque with a list of names, with a panel below the names that says "In honor, heroes of the World War"; 03-05, wide shot of sculpture garden; 06-07, the figure of a man in (World War I?) uniform (panels at bottom and on sculpted tree trunk illegible, may include "1918"); 08-12, sculpture on porch, figure at left has panel at bottom "Scarlett" (character from Gone with the Wind); 010-011, the Native American character Uncas (labeled with Uncus [sic] at the waist) from James Fenimore Cooper’s The Last of the Mohicans; 12, closeup of head and shoulders of damaged sculpture of woman on porch.

Medium

  • 35 mm color slide

Call Number/Physical Location

  • Call number: AFC 1982/010: GA7-CF-131

Source Collection

  • South-Central Georgia Folklife Project collection (AFC 1982/010)

Repository

  • American Folklife Center

Digital Id

Online Format

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IIIF Presentation Manifest

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Credit line: South-Central Georgia Folklife Project collection (AFC 1982/010), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

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Chicago citation style:

Fleischhauer, Carl. Pope's Museum, Grady County, Georgia. Grady County Georgia United States, 1977. Grady County Georgia, - August 26, 1977. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1982010_cf_131/.

APA citation style:

Fleischhauer, C. (1977) Pope's Museum, Grady County, Georgia. Grady County Georgia United States, 1977. Grady County Georgia, - August 26, 1977. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1982010_cf_131/.

MLA citation style:

Fleischhauer, Carl. Pope's Museum, Grady County, Georgia. Grady County Georgia, - August 26, 1977. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1982010_cf_131/>.