Historical photos: Augusta, 1900-1910

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Uncle Paul's pawn shop, Augusta, Georgia, ca. 1899. (Library of Congress)
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A little spinner in Globe Cotton Mill in Augusta, Ga., Jan. 14, 1909. The overseer admitted she was regularly employed. (Library of Congress)
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Augusta Railway Company, West Power Station, Fifteenth & Greene Streets, Augusta Canal, Augusta, Richmond County, GA. (Library of Congress)
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A typical street scene in Gregtown, Augusta, Georgia, where the employees of King Mill lived in 1909. (Library of Congress)
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The Rising Generation, Gregtown, Augusta, where the hands of King Mill lived, January 1909. (Library of Congress)
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Kindergarten at Haines Normal and Industrial Institute, Augusta, Georgia ca. 1900. (Library of Congress)
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Albion Hotel and Confederate Monument, Augusta, Ga. ca. 1903. (Library of Congress)
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Augusta Exchange between 1900 and 1906.(Library of Congress)
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Bon Air Hotel, Summerville, Augusta, Ga. between 1900 and 1906. (Library of Congress)
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Broad Street, Augusta, Ga. ca. 1903. (Library of Congress)
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Cadets at Haines Normal and Industrial Institute, Augusta, Georgia in 1899. (Library of Congress)
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The Country Club, Augusta, Ga. ca. 1905. (Library of Congress)
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Richmond County Court House and Independence Monument, Augusta, Ga. ca. 1903. (Library of Congress)
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Child workers in Enterprise Cotton Mill. (Library of Congress)
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Fish vendor in Augusta, Ga. ca. 1903. (Library of Congress)
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Greene Street, Augusta, Ga. ca. 1903. (Library of Congress)
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Hampton Terrace Hotel at North Augusta, S.C. between 1900 and 1906. (Library of Congress)
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Georgia Iron Works, 620-640 Twelfth Street, Augusta Canal, Augusta, Richmond County, GA. (Library of Congress)
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Post office, Augusta, Georgia, 1903. (Library of Congress)
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Georgia Railroad Bank ca. 1903. (Library of Congress)
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St. Paul's Church, Augusta, Ga. ca. 1903. (Library of Congress)
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President Taft speaking at Augusta, Ga. Nov. 8, 1909 (Library of Congress)
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A Residence on Walton Way, Summerville, Augusta, Georgia ca. 1903. (Library of Congress)

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