Lane Brothers Commercial Photographers photographic collection. Portraits, 1925-1974 (bulk 1939-1971).

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Lane Brothers Commercial Photographers (Atlanta, Ga.). Lane Brothers Commercial Photographers photographic collection. Portraits, 1925-1974 (bulk 1939-1971).

Lane Brothers Commercial Photographers photographic collection. Portraits, 1925-1974 (bulk 1939-1971).

The images consist primarily of portrait photographs for company directories, passports, and insurance claims. Also included are candid shots, weddings, sports teams, and organizations. The images include babies, children, couples and families. Images consist of individual and group portraits, including head shots, medium close-ups, and full-length shots. In some cases, notable public figures are included in this category rather than in the Events series because the event is not identifiable. Some prominent subjects include: Ivan Allen, Sr., Ivan Allen, Jr., Ellis Arnall, Tallulah Bankhead, Cotton Carrier, Cecil B. DeMille, Bobby Dodd, Henry Grady, Marvin Griffin, William B. Hartsfield, Bob Hope, Bobby Jones, Roy LeCraw, Margaret Mitchell, Ralph McGill, Eddie Rickenbacker, E.D. Rivers, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Babe Ruth, Eugene Talmadge, Herman Talmadge, M.E. Thompson, Ernest Vandiver, and Robert W. Woodruff.

ca. 26, 400 photographs : negative ; 4 x 5 in.

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