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Robert E. Williams Photographic Collection: African-Americans in the Augusta, Ga. Vicinity (Richmond Co.), ca. 1872-1898
This site contains digitized photographs from the collection of Robert E. Williams, an African American photographer working in Augusta, Georgia in the late nineteenth century. The collection consists of 86 images which document the people and lives of African Americans in Augusta during this time period. (Source: Digital Library of Georgia)