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Southern School, early 20th century, four photographs, all stamped on back McCollum's Photo Shop, Albany Georgia. 1st item: Interior of a factory, showing African American workers on one side and white workers and managers on the other, possibly Miller's Pecan factory. 2nd item: Exterior of a building with barrels and men on horseback. 3rd item: Exterior of Miller's Pecan factory, "oldest shelling factory in the Southeast", with men on horseback and automobile outside. 4th item: Street scene with post office and Glausier's Store (Coca-Cola sign). All 8" x 10" image size, 12" x 14" original mats. Unframed. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: All with some light foxing to image and mats, one with water stain to mat.