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(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) [Barnard, George N.; photographer.] Stereoview of an Atlanta slave market. Pair of 3 x 2 3/4-inch albumen photographs on original "Photographic History--War for the Union" mount; minor wear. New York: E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., 
One of a few known photographs of a slave market, bearing the large sign "Auction & Negro Sales." It was operated by Crawford, Frazer & Co. at 8 Whitehall Street, on what is now Peachtree Street where the Five Points station now stands. It was one of a series of photographs done by an official Union Army photographer under General Sherman in occupied Atlanta. The man seated with a rifle in front of the store appears to be a union soldier, and might well have been with the United States Colored Troops.
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